Vol 50, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents

2016 James P. White Lecture on Legal Education

The Problem of Law School Discounting--How Do We Sustain Equal Opportunity in the Profession?
Randall T. Shepard
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1-14

Tributes

In Majority and Dissent: Justice Dickson's Contributions to Indiana Criminal Law
Daylon L. Welliver, Joel M. Schumm
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15-48
Justice Dickson's Thirty-Year Influence on Indiana Constitutional Law
Jon Laramore
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49-74
Justice Brent E. Dickson, State Constitutional Interpretation, and the Religion Provisions of the Indiana Constitution
Michael J. DeBoer
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75-102
Justice Dickson's Civil Tort Law Jurisprudence
Roger Paredieck, Karen Davis, Maggie Smith
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103-126

Symposium

Federal Courts and Partisan Conflict
David F. Hamilton
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127-140
Judicial Supremacy and the Structure of Partisan Conflict
Mark A. Graber
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141-180
A Counterfactual Obama Presidency: Policy Progress with Less Damage to the Democratic Party
John D. Graham, Alyssa Julian
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181-222
Polarization, Congressional Dysfunction, and Constitutional Change
Nolan McCarty
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223-246
Political Dysfunction and the Election of Donald Trump: Problems of the U.S. Constitution's Presidency
David Orentlicher
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247-264
Can Congress Play a Role in Remedying Dysfunctional Political Partisanship?
Mark D. Rosen
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265-280
Democracy and Dysfunction: An Exchange
Sanford Levinson, Jack M. Balkin
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281-344

Notes

Policing the Police: Reexamining the Constitutional Implications of Traffic Stops
Benjamin Jaqua
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345-368
Paradise Lost: Contracting Away Immunity Under the Indiana Tort Claims Act
Tyler Jones
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369-396
Business Courts: Their Advantages, Implementation Strategies, and Indiana's Pursuit of Its Own
Tyler Moorhead
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397-419


ISSN: 2169-320X