14 Conn. Pub. Int. L.J. [i] (2014-2015)

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      CONNECTICUT PUBLIC

    INTEREST LAW JOURNAL


VOLUME 14            FALL-WINTER 2014             NUMBER 1


                        CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Why is Obamacare Constitutional While DOMA was Not? How
Libertarian  is the  Constitution? ................................................................... 1
John R. Dorocak

A Strange Kind of Identity Theft: How Competing Definitions of Indian
M ay Deny Individual Identity ..............................................................  29
Suzianne D. Painter-Thorne

Achieving the American Bar Association's Pedagogy Mandate:
Empowerment in the Midst of a Perfect Storm ............................... 67
Cara Cunningham Warren

What Does the Right to Life Really Entail? A Framework for Depolarizing
the A bortion  D ebate ................................................................................ 107
Rosalind S. Simson

NOTES

Stories Around the Digital Campfire: Fan Fiction and Copyright Law
in the  A ge  of the  Internet ........................................................................ 133
Jane M Becker
Privacy Law in the Digital Age: Establishing Privacy Rights in Search
E ngine  L ogs  ............................................................................................ 157
Kurt Young, Jr.

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