Vol 26, No 1 (1992)

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Indiana Law Review


The Ethics Opinions of the Bar: A Valuable Contribution or an Exercise in Futility? PDF
Jorge L. Carro 1-40
A Role for "Expert Arbitrators" in Resolving Valuation Issues Before the United States Tax Court: A Remedy to Plaguing Problems PDF
Nina J. Crimm 41-64


Curiouser and Curiouser: The United States Supreme Court Continues Its Assault on Federal Habeas Corpus PDF
Michael J. Mitchell 65-88
Dumping Drug Dealers Off the Dole: An Examination of the Procedural Due Process Implications of Pre-Hearing Seizures of Public Housing Leaseholds from Tenants Involved in Drug Trafficking PDF
Amy L. Ficklin 89-116
A Nation Divided: By What Standard Should Fourth Amendment Seizure Findings Be Reviewed on Appeal? PDF
Brent E. Kidwell 117-150
The Scope of Federal Preemption: How Far May States Go in Regulating Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangements Established Under ERISA? PDF
Catherine M. Morrison 151-172


Some Real-Life Observations About Judging PDF
Patricia M. Wald 173-186

ISSN: 0090-4198