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Lauren Robel
Val Nolan Professor of Law; Provost and Executive Vice President, IU Bloomington
  1. Riding the Color Line: The Story of Railroad Commission of Texas v. Pullman Co., in FEDERAL COURT STORIES (Vicki Jackson and Judith Resnik, Eds.) New York: Foundation Press, 2010.
  2. Special Introduction, 48 FAMILY COURT REVIEW 602 (2010).
  3. FEDERAL COURTS: CASES AND MATERIALS ON JUDICIAL FEDERALISM AND THE LAWYERING PROCESS, 2nd ed. (with Arthur Hellman and David R. Stras). Newark: LexisNexis, 2009.

  4. Opening Our Classrooms Effectively to Foreign Graduate Students, 24 PENN STATE INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW 797 (2006).
  5. FEDERAL COURTS: CASES AND MATERIALS ON JUDICIAL FEDERALISM AND THE LAWYERING PROCESS (with Arthur Hellman). Newark: LexisNexis, 2005. Regular and Judicial Code Supplements 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009.

  6. Sovereignty and Democracy: The States’ Obligations to Their Citizens Under Federal Statutory Law, 78 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 543 (2003).

  7. Introduction, Symposium on Law, Morality, and Popular Culture in the Public Sphere, 77 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 221 (2002).

  8. The Practice of Precedent: Anastasoff, Noncitation Rules, and the Meaning of Precedent in an Interpretive Community, 35 INDIANA LAW REVIEW 399 (2002).

  9. LES ETATS DES NOIRS: FEDERALISME ET QUESTION RACIALE AUX ETATS-UNIS (with Elisabeth Zoller). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2000.

  10. Impermeable Federalism, Pragmatic Silence, and the Long Range Plan for the Federal Courts, 71 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 841 (1996).

  11. The Civil Justice Reform Act and the Goal of Uniform Federal Procedure: Resolving the Tension, 37 FOR THE DEFENSE 13 (1995).

  12. Civil Protective and Restraining Orders and Remedies for Domestic Violence, in DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: WHAT’S A LAWYER TO DO? Indianapolis, IN: ICLEF, 1995.

  13. Federal Court Supervision of State Criminal Justice Administration (with Joseph Hoffmann), 543 ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE 154 (1995).

  14. The Civil Justice Reform Act and the Goal of Uniform Federal Procedure: Resolving the Tension, 37 FOR THE DEFENSE 13 (Sept. 1995).

  15. The Amendments to the Discovery Rules: An Overview, in FEDERAL CIVIL PRACTICE. Indianapolis, IN: ICLEF, 1994.

  16. Fractured Procedure: The Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990, 46 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 1447 (1994).

  17. Mandatory Disclosure and Local Abrogation: In Search of a Theory for Optional Rules, 14 REVIEW OF LITIGATION 49 (1994).

  18. Grass Roots Procedure: Local Advisory Groups and the Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990, 59 BROOKLYN LAW REVIEW 879 (1993).

  19. Private Justice and the Federal Bench, 68 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 891 (1993).

  20. Book Review. Karst, Belonging to America, 8 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY 309 (1991).

  21. The Politics of Crisis and the Federal Courts, 7 OHIO STATE JOURNAL OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION 115 (1991).

  22. Caseload and Judging, 1990 BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 3 (1990).

  23. Book Review. Glendon, Abortion and Divorce in Western Law, 6 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY 131 (1989).

  24. The Myth of the Disposable Opinion, 87 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 940 (1989). Reprinted in LEGAL RESEARCH: HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE ELECTRONIC AGE (George Grossman, Ed.), New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.

  25. Pornography and Existing Law: What the Law Can Do, in FOR ADULT USERS ONLY: THE DILEMMA OF VIOLENT PORNOGRAPHY (Susan Gubar and Joan Hoff-Wilson, Eds.). Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989.