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  • Vol. 67, No. 1

    ARTICLES A Guide to Understanding the Economic Loss Doctrine. Jeffrey L. Goodman, Daniel R. Peacock & Kevin J. Rutan The economic loss doctrine prevents a party who suffers only economic damages from recovering those damages in tort. The doctrine reasons that contract law—not tort law—provides the appropriate avenue for recovery when there is no personal […]

  • Volume 66, No. 4, 2018

    Volume 66, No. 4, 2018 ARTICLES Bias, Corruption & Obstruction, Oh My!: The Due Process “Shocks the Conscience” Limit on Investigative & Prosecutorial Conduct  Elizabeth Price Foley The Jurisprudence of Anti-Erosion  Tom Ginsburg The Chinese Model of Democracy as Liberal Democracy’s Major Competitor John C. Reitz Is American Democracy Endangered? David Stebenne NOTES Applying the […]

  • Reforming Iowa’s Guardianship and Conservatorship System: Minor Guardianships

    Josephine Gittler, Kathleen Kilnoski & Jerry Foxhoven with Cyndy Danielson, Diane Dornburg, Kathy Gaylord, Jim Hennessey, Brent Pattison, Ellen-Ramsey-Kacena, Colin Witt & Breanna Young This Article is the second in a series of symposium articles pertaining to the Iowa guardianship and conservatorship system and the Iowa Supreme Court’s Guardianship and Conservatorship Reform Task Force. The Article describes the […]

  • Volume 66, No. 2

    ARTICLES The Unreasonably Uncertain Risks of “Reasonable Medical Certainty” in Child Abuse Cases: Mechanisms for Risk Reduction Lucy Johnston-Walsh, Carrie Russell, Mark S. Dias, Susan Boehmer, Raquel Muñiz, and Benjamin H. Levi Leveling Felony Charges at Prosecutors for Withholding Evidence Jodi Nafzger “In the Name of Heaven, Don’t Force Men to Hear Prayers”: Religious Liberty […]

  • Vol. 66, No. 1

    ARTICLES Tribal Lending and Tribal Sovereignty Adam Crepelle Struggling Against Entropy: Monetary Patent Infringement Damages After eBay Craig Edgar The Taxation of Bitcoin: How the IRS Views Cryptocurrencies Deidre A. Liedel Exploring the Original Meaning of Article I, Section 6 of the Iowa Constitution Justice Edward M. Mansfield & Conner L. Wasson NOTES Examining the […]

  • Constitutional Law Symposium President Obama’s Constitutional Law Legacy Volume 65, No. 4 , 2017 ARTICLES President Obama and the Supremes: Obama’s Legacy—The Rise of Women’s Voices on the Court Tanya Lovell Banks Of Law and Legacies Eric Berger Live by the Executive Pen, Die by the Executive Pen? John C. Eastman Obama’s Constitutional Legacy Ilya […]

  • Vol. 65, No. 3

    ARTICLES The Many Faces of Contractual Consent Orit Gan Rural Women and Developments in the Undue Burden Analysis: The Effect of Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt  Hannah Haksgaard Before the Godly: Religious Arbitration and the American Legal System Shai Silverman Wild Flowers in the Swamp: Local Rules and Family Law Sean Hannon Williams NOTES Squashing […]

  • Vol. 65, No. 3

    ARTICLES   The Many Faces of Contractual Consent Orit Gan Rural Women and Developments in the Undue Burden Analysis: The Effect of Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt  Hannah Haksgaard Before the Godly: Religious Arbitration and the American Legal System Shai Silverman Wild Flowers in the Swamp: Local Rules and Family Law Sean Hannon Williams NOTES […]

  • The Tinkers Go Back to the Supreme Court (TEST ONLY)

    The following post is an example from OnBrief: Iowa Court of Appeals. Ryan Koopmans, The Tinkers Go Back to the Supreme Court, OnBrief: Iowa Court of Appeals (Jan. 28, 2015), http://www.iowaappeals.com/ Ryan Koopmans on January 28th, 2015 Forty-five years after their free-speech victory over the Des Moines public schools, John and Mary Beth Tinker are […]

  • Launch 2015

    The Drake Law Review editorial board and staff are please to launch the new Drake Law Review site (test post 4/29/15).