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 50, No 3 (2017)

Table of Contents

Articles

A New Twist on Remedies: Judicial Assignment of Bad Faith Claims
Constance A. Anastopoulo
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727-758
In Defense of Secondary Pharmaceutical Patents: A Response to the UN's Guidelines for Pharmaceutical Patent Examination
Christopher M. Holman
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759-812
Teaching Social Justice in Law Schools: Whose Morality Is It?
Julie D. Lawton
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813-848
First Do No Harm: The Manipulation of Public Health for Non-Public Health Purposes and Its Legal Consequences
Christopher Ogolla
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849-906
(Implicit) Consent to Intimacy
Roy G. Spece, Jr., John K. Hilton, Jeffrey N. Younggren
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907-942

Notes

The Right of Non-Citizens to Bear Arms: Understanding "The People" of the Second Amendment
Justine Farris
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943-968
Toeing the Line: The Delicate Balance Attorneys Must Maintain When Responding to Auditor Inquiry Request Letters
R. Alexander Swider
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969-996
Shielding the Presumption of Innocence from Pretrial Media Coverage
Ariana Tanoos
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997-1022
A Call to Action: Fixing the Judicially-Murkied Waters of 35 U.S.C. Section 101
Megan Thobe
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1023-1049


ISSN: 2169-320X