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Entering The Fog: On The Borderlines Of Mental Capacity, Jonathan Herring Oct 2008

Entering The Fog: On The Borderlines Of Mental Capacity, Jonathan Herring

Indiana Law Journal

George P. Smith II Lecture at Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington on September 12, 2007.


Balco, The Steroids Scandal, And What The Already Fragile Secrecy Of Federal Grand Juries Means To The Debate Over A Potential Federal Media Shield Law, Peter Meyer Oct 2008

Balco, The Steroids Scandal, And What The Already Fragile Secrecy Of Federal Grand Juries Means To The Debate Over A Potential Federal Media Shield Law, Peter Meyer

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Research With Decisionally Incapacitated Human Subjects: An Argument For A Systemic Approach To Risk-Benefit Assessment, Carl H. Coleman Jul 2008

Research With Decisionally Incapacitated Human Subjects: An Argument For A Systemic Approach To Risk-Benefit Assessment, Carl H. Coleman

Indiana Law Journal

The amount of medical research with persons who lack decision-making capacity is rapidly increasing, but in most states it takes place without clear legal authority. In addition to creating significant liability risks for researchers and persons who provide consent on behalf of incapacitated subjects, the lack of explicit legal standards means that few, if any, safeguards exist to protect incapacitated persons' rights and welfare. Previous efforts to close the gap between clinical reality and legal requirements have failed in part because they have not provided a coherent or persuasive ethical justification for permitting this research. This Article seeks to fill ...


Information Generation And Use Under Proposition 65: Model Provisions For Other Postmarket Laws?, Carl Cranor Apr 2008

Information Generation And Use Under Proposition 65: Model Provisions For Other Postmarket Laws?, Carl Cranor

Indiana Law Journal

Symposium: Missing Information: The Scientific Data Gap in Conservation and Chemical Regulation, held on March 24, 2006 at Indiana University School of Law- Bloomington.


Patients Without Borders: The Emerging Global Market For Patients And The Evolution Of Modern Health Care, Nathan Cortez Jan 2008

Patients Without Borders: The Emerging Global Market For Patients And The Evolution Of Modern Health Care, Nathan Cortez

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


When Disability Isn't "Just Right": The Entrenchment Of The Medical Model Of Disability And The Goldilocks Dilemma, Bradley A. Areheart Jan 2008

When Disability Isn't "Just Right": The Entrenchment Of The Medical Model Of Disability And The Goldilocks Dilemma, Bradley A. Areheart

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.