Vol 37, No 3 (2004)

Courthouse Centennial Celebration and History Symposium

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Indiana Law Review

Symposium

Rededication of the Federal Courthouse in Indianapolis The 100th Anniversary of the Laying of the Cornerstone March 25, 2003 PDF
Theodore R. Boehm 605-608
Naming Ceremony for the Birch Bayh Federal Building and United States Courthouse October 24, 2003 PDF
Richard L. Young 609-612
Dedication of Birch Bayh United States Courthouse October 24, 2003 PDF
David F. Hamilton 613-618
Federal Justice and Moral Reform in the United States District Court in Indiana, 1816-1869 PDF
George Geib, Donald Kite 619-628
Judicial Federalism in the Southern District PDF
William E. Marsh, Andrea K. Marsh 629-642
The Role of Indiana's State and Federal Courts in Legislative Redistricting, 1962-2003 PDF
A. Scott Chinn 643-660
Indianapolis Judges and Lawyers Dramatize Ex Parte Milligan, A Historical Trial of Contemporary Significance PDF
Frank Sullivan Jr. 661-666
Ex Parte Milligan PDF
Frank Sullivan Jr. 667-686
The United States Court House in Indianapolis PDF
Perry R. Secrest 687-698
"Three Bank Tellers Is Enough" Personal Reminiscences of Legal Practice by Members of the Bench and Bar PDF
Suzanne M. Buchko 699-728
Federal Judges for the Indiana Territory, District of Indiana, and Southern District of Indiana PDF
Indiana Law Review 729-732

Articles

Dual Office Analysis: Can the Legislature Carve out Exceptions? PDF
Gregory Zoeller 733-772

Notes

The Constitutional and Economic Implications of a National Cap on Non-Economic Damages in Medical Malpractice Actions PDF
Kevin J. Gfell 773-814
Shaking Price Waterhouse: Suggestions for a More Workable Approach to Title VIII Mixed Motive Disparate Treatment Discrimination Claims PDF
Cassandra A. Giles 815-844
Cybermedicine: Defying and Redefining Patient Standards of Care PDF
Julie Reed 845-877


ISSN: 0090-4198