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 49, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Articles

Pomegranate Juice Can Do THAT? Navigating the Jurisdictional Landscape of Food Health Claim Regulation in a Post-POM Wonderful World
Hilary G. Buttrick, Courtney Droms Hatch
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267-304
GRAS-Fed Americans: Sick of Lax Regulation of Food Additives
Martha Dragich
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305-366
Extending the Fundamental Right of Marriage to Same-Sex Couples: The United States Supreme Court Decision in Obergefell v. Hodges
Donald H. J. Hermann
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367-396
You Had Me at Hello: Examining the Impact of Powerful Introductory Emotional Hooks Set Forth in Appellate Briefs Filed in Recent Hotly Contested U.S. Supreme Court Decisions
Maureen Johnson
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397-464
Failed Experiment: Twombly, Iqbal, and Why Broad Pretrial Discovery Should Be Further Eliminated
George Shepherd
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465-504

Notes

Judicial Slating in Marion County, Indiana: Defending Its Constitutionality While Advocating Reform
Cale Addison Bradford
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505-532
Don't Settle for "The Devil You Know": The Benefits of Using Collaborative Law Rather Than Litigation to Resolve Employment Disputes
Johannah O'Connell
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533-554
Protecting Minors from Themselves: Expanding Revenge Porn Laws to Protect the Most Vulnerable
Mitchell Osterday
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555-578
Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project: Redefining Free Speech Protection in the War on Terror
Aaron Tuley
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579-607


ISSN: 2169-320X