2 Belmont L. Rev. [i] (2015)

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         4E BELMONT
                         LAW REVIEW








   SymposIuM 2014: HEALTHCARE IN THE BALANCE: WEIGHING
        COMPETING INTERESTS IN MODERN HEALTH LAW

                        SYMPOSIUM ARTICLES
THE DUE PROCESS CONUNDRUM: USING MATHEWS V. ELDRIDGE AS A STANDARD FOR PRIVATE
HOSPITALS UNDER THE HEALTH CARE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT ACT     Amy L. Moore
FOR PATIENTS & PROFITS: ETHICAL ASTUTENESS AND THE BUSINESS OF DIALYSIS
                                                      Joshua E. Perry
LEGISLATING AUTISM COVERAGE: THE CONSERVATIVE INSURANCE MANDATE
                                                   Lorri Shealy Unumb

OUR PATENT SYSTEM AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: VALUABLE INCENTIVE OR
IMPEDIMENT TO INNOVATION?       Gary Montle, Ryan Levy, & Margaret Rowland

RESTORING THE PARAMETERS OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN A TIME OF HOBBY LOBBY AND EBOLA:
THE CASE FOR A WELLNESS ACCOUNT                        John D. Blum




                              NOTES
THE GREAT TACTICIAN: THE CHIEF JUSTICE, OBAMACARE, AND WALKING THE TIGHTROPE OF
PARTISAN POLITICS                              Katherine H. Blankenship

FREE CONSCIENCE IN DECLINE: THE INSIGNIFICANCE OF THE FREE EXERCISE CLAUSE AND THE
ROLE OF THE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT IN THE WAKE OF HOBBYLoBBY
                                                        John Fahner
STRIKING A BALANCE: A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE FEDERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE
EXCLUDING PARTIAL APOLOGIES                          Chandler Farmer

GESTATIONAL SURROGACY CONTRACTS IN TENNESSEE: FREEDOM OF CONTRACT CONCERNS &
FEMINIST PRINCIPLES IN THE BALANCE                   Jennifer S. White


VOLUME 2


2015

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