Vol 33, No 1 (1999)

A Symposium on Law and Technology in the New Millenium: Closing the Gap

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Indiana Law Review


Introduction: The Ability of the Current Legal Framework to Address Advances in Technology PDF
Lawrence P. Wilkins 1-16
Is Bioethics Broke?: On the Idea of Ethics and Law "Catching Up" with Technology PDF
Michael H. Shapiro 17-162
The Misperception That Bioethics and the Law Lag Behind Advances in Biotechnology: A Response to Michael H. Shapiro PDF
David Orentlicher 163-172
The Changing Face of Privacy Protection in the European Union and the United States PDF
Fred H. Cate 173-232
Identity, Privacy, and the New Information Scalpers: Recalibrating the Rules of the Road in the Age of the Infobahn: A Response to Fred H. Cate PDF
Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr. 233-252
The Internet Is Changing the Face of American Law Schools PDF
Henry H. Perritt Jr. 253-274
Closing One Gap but Opening Another?: A Response to Dean Perritt and Comments on the Internet, Law Schools, and Legal Education PDF
Michael Heise 275-290


In re Lindsey: A Needless Void in the Government Attorney-Client Privilege PDF
Amanda J. Dickmann 291-316
Rockin' Down the Highway: Forging a Path for the Lawful Use of MP3 Digital Music Files PDF
Mary Jane Frisby 317-348
Closing the Doors on Unsupported Speculation: Joiner's, Effect on the Admissibility of Expert Testimony PDF
Theresa M. Moore 349-383

ISSN: 0090-4198