Indiana Health Law Review

The Indiana Health Law Review publishes articles submitted by academics, practitioners, and students on the topics of health law and policy. The scope includes bioethics, malpractice liability, managed care, anti-trust, health care organizations, medical-legal research, legal medicine, and food and drug law.

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In 2003, the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law established a specialty law review focused on health care law and policy: the Indiana Health Law Review. Now in its ninth full year of publication, the journal continues to provide informative articles on important health law topics and issues that academic professionals and practitioners encounter.

The Law Review complements the school’s existing health law program, which is consistently recognized as one of the top ten programs in the nation. It benefits from the expertise of the William S. and Christine S. Hall Center for Law and Health, co-directed by Professors David Orentlicher and Nicholas Terry, as well as our faculty advisors, Professors Emily Morris and Robert Katz.

The scope of the Indiana Health Law Review includes bioethics, malpractice liability, managed care, anti-trust, health care organizations, medical-legal research, legal medicine, food and drug, and other current health-related topics.


Vol 12, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

Articles

Exposing the Myth of Consent
Jennifer A. Drobac, Oliver R. Goodenough
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472-532
"And If Your Friends Jumped Off a Bridge, Would You Do It Too?": How Developmental Neuroscience can Inform Legal Regimes Governing Adolescents
Michael N. Tennison, Amanda C. Pustilnik
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533-590
Mental Disabilities and Duty in Negligence Law: Will Neuroscience Reform Tort Doctrine?
Jean Macchiaroli Eggen
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591-650
A Fate Worse Than Death?: How Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disease Could Affect End-of-Life Choices
Rebecca Dresser
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651-670
Implications of Neuroscience Advances in Tort Law: A General Overview
Betsy J. Grey
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671-694
Will Neuroscience Redefine Mental Injury?: Disability Benefit Law, Mental Health Parity Law, and Disability Discrimination Law
Stacey A. Tovino
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695-728
Cosmetic Neurocognitive Enhancement and Healthcare Providers
Tracy D. Gunter
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729-768

Notes

The Supreme Court's Overreaching Preemption Interpretation and Its Consequences: Granting Generic Drug Manufacturers Legal Immunity Through "The Duty of Sameness" in Mutual Pharmaceutical Co. v. Bartlett and PLIVA v. Mensing
Tyler W. Olson
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769-810
Physician Owned Hospitals: Congress Should CHange the ACA's Course of Treatment
Melissa C. Schade van Westrum
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811-854
You Don't Have To Go Home, but You Can't Eat Here: How Restaurants Discriminate Against Individuals with Celiac Disease Under the Americansw with Disabilites Act and What Should Be Done
Michael J. Hooker
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855-893