Fall 2008 Law in a Time of War
From Baghdad to our own back door, Indiana Law faculty members are actively involved in promoting the rule of law during times of war. Researchers tackle tough issues surrounding torture, terrorism, and cyber attacks.
In this issue: Former Iraqi ambassador shares expertise with Indiana Law students; Professor Dawn Johnsen confronts expanding executive power; Professor Jeannine Bell questions effectiveness of torture during interrogation; and more.
In so many ways, business is changing in the modern world. This issue of Indiana Law explores the way these global changes are affecting what it means to be a legal professional—from the way we teach in law school classrooms to the way we think in corporate boardrooms.
In this issue: Professor Leandra Lederman’s tax law research; Innovative Curriculum focuses on legal profession; Modern dilemmas, Empirical Solutions: Professor William Henderson’s Law Firms Working Group; Entrepreneurship Law Clinic News; and more.
The Indiana Law community is deeply involved in addressing the hot-button issue of global warming through research and service on EPA advisory boards to students’ grassroots efforts and faculty member Robert Fischman’s cutting-edge research on climate change in our nation’s wildlife refuge system. Even our alumni are entrenched in related efforts.
In this issue: The Changing Climate of Global Warming; Warming the Wild: Professor Robert Fischman on wildlife refuges; 5 Questions for ExxonMobil’s John Seddelmeyer; Conservation Law Clinic News; Student spotlight: Mindy Boehr, JD’08; and more.