Indiana Law Review

This collection begins with volume 7, number 1 1973.

The Indiana Law Review is a legal periodical edited and managed by students of Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. The primary objective of the Law Review is to serve as an informational resource for practitioners, members of the judiciary, legal scholars, and law students.

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Vol 48, No 2 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Articles

"Can I Profit from My Own Name and Likeness as a College Athlete?": The Predictive Legal Analytics of a College Player's Publicity Rights vs. First Amendment Rights of Others
Roger M. Groves
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369-414
All Together Now: Using Principles of Group Dynamics to Train Better Jurors
Sara Gordon
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415-460
Corporations and Religious Freedom: Hobby Lobby Stores--A Missed Opportunity to Reconcile a Flawed Law with a Flawed Health Care System
Matthew A. Melone
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461-508
Financing Innovation: Legal Development of Intellectual Property as Security in Financing, 1845-2014
Xuan-Thao Nguyen
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509-550
Asset Acquisitions: Things That Make You Go Hmmmm...Are You Really Entitled to That Beloved Occasional Sale Exemption?
Alyson Outenreath
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551-604
Empirically Measuring the Impact of Photo ID Over Time and Its Impact on Women
Michael J. Pitts
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605-630

Notes

The Future of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act: How Automation and Crowdsourcing Can Protect Fair Use
Adam Eakman
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631-662
Indiana's Midwifery Statute and the Legal Barriers That Will Render It Unworkable
Joanne Rouse
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663-694
Protecting the Rights of Children of Same-Sex Parents in Indiana by Adopting a Version of the Uniform Parentage Act
Elizabeth Traylor
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695-722
A Lesson Learned from Myriad: The Affordable Care Act as Both an Incentive and an Alternative for Invalidating Stem Cell Patents
Maryn Wilcoxson
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723-753


ISSN: 0090-4198