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17 Ind. Health L. Rev. 1 (2020)

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    Indiana Health Law Review

Volume XVII                       2020                         Number 1

                       A TRIBUTE TO


                 ELEANOR D. KINNEY


                           INTRODUCTION


                              ROBERT KATZ

    This issue of the Indiana Health Law Review celebrates the scholarly
achievements of Eleanor DeArman Kinney, who passed away on November 16,
2018, at the age of 71, her life cut short by illness. It consists of articles written
by scholars who engage Professor Kinney's ideas and concerns.
    In 1984 Professor Kinney joined the faculty of the Indiana University Robert
H. McKinney School of Law.' She came ready to do great things, having earned
her Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctorate from Duke University, a Master of Arts
from the University of Chicago, and a Master of Public Health from the
University of North Carolina. She came armed with practical wisdom she gleaned
from working at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the
American Hospital Association, Duke University Medical Center, and in private
practice.
    Professor Kinney, who retired in 2011, had a lasting impact on IU McKinney.
She served as founding Executive Director of its internationally recognized
William S. and Christine S. Hall Center for Law and Health, which was
established in 1987.2 Professor Kinney helped educate and mentor two
generations of Indiana healthcare lawyers, writes William H. Thompson, a
former student and colleague, who expresses deep gratitude for her guidance and
vision. Professor Nicolas Terry, Professor Kinney's successor as the Hall
Center's Executive Director, surveys her many contributions to the School of
Law and to health law scholarship in Standing on the Shoulders of a Giant.
    Professor Kinney authored or co-authored more than seventy-five journal
articles during her thirty-five years in the academy and into her remarkably
productive retirement-or dotage as she mischievously called it. Two of these
articles appeared in this publication, whose establishment in 2003 she inspired
and facilitated. She also published seven articles with the Indiana Law Review.
Susan David deMaine's Works of Eleanor D. Kinney carefully catalogs her
published works and encapsulates key themes.
    Professor Kinney was a leading exponent of the idea of health care as a


    * Professor of Law, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. A.B., 1987,
Harvard University; J.D., 1992, The University of Chicago School of Law.
     1. Formerly known as the Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis.
     2. Formerly known as the Center for Law and Health.

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