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Roger B. Dworkin
Robert A. Lucas Professor Emeritus of Law
  1. The Process Paradigm: Rethinking Medical Malpractice, 41 WAKE FOREST LAW REVIEW 509 (2006).

  2. Anything New Under the Sun?: Trying to Design A New Legal Institution to Deal with Biomedical Advance, 155 WELTINNENRECHT 165 (2005).

  3. An Idea Whose Time Should Never Have Come, 13 JAHRBUCH FUER RECHT UND ETHIK/ANNUAL REVIEW OF LAW AND ETHICS 437 (2005).

  4. Definition of Death (with Ralph Gaebler), in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FORENSIC AND LEGAL MEDICINE (Jason Payne-James, et al., Eds.). London: Elsevier Academic, 2005.

  5. Bioethics?: The Law and Biomedical Advance, 14 HEALTH MATRIX 43 (Winter 2004).

  6. Getting What We Should from Doctors: Rethinking Patient Autonomy and the Doctor-Patient Relationship, 13 HEALTH MATRIX 235 (Summer 2003).

  7. Book Review. Sommerville, The Ethical Canary: Science, Society and the Human Spirit, 9 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 555 (2002).

  8. Cases and Guidelines in Genetics, 10 ANNUAL REVIEW OF LAW AND ETHICS 21 (2002).

  9. Hard Cases for Autonomy, Respect, and Professionalism in Medical Genetics, 9 ANNUAL REVIEW OF LAW AND ETHICS 153 (2001).

  10. A Tribute to William Burnett Harvey, 75 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL xiii (2000).

  11. The Human Genome Project’s Implications for Autonomy, Respect, and Professionalism in Medical Genetics, 7 ANNUAL REVIEW OF LAW AND ETHICS 115 (1999).

  12. Aspectos Legales de la Genetica Humana en Estados Unidos de America, 52 REVISTA DEL PODER JUDICIAL 337 (1998).

  13. EARLY WARNING: CASES AND ETHICAL GUIDANCE FOR PRESYMPTOMATIC TESTING IN GENETIC DISEASES (with David H. Smith, et al.). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1998.

  14. LIMITS: THE ROLE OF THE LAW IN BIOETHICAL DECISION MAKING. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996.

  15. Law and Ignorance: Genetic Therapy and the Legal Process, 4 ANNUAL REVIEW OF LAW AND ETHICS 49 (1996).

  16. Anencephalic Fetuses as Organ Donors (with Mearns et al.), 4 THE FETUS 19 (1994).

  17. Emerging Paradigms in Bioethics: Introduction, 69 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 945 (1994).

  18. Medical Law and Ethics in the Post-Autonomy Age, 68 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 727 (1993).

  19. Model Consent Forms for DNA Linkage Analysis and Storage (with R.L. Gold, et al.), 47 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS 1223 (1993).

  20. Common Sense and Common Decency: Some Thoughts About Maternal-Fetal Conflict, in BIOMEDICAL ETHICS REVIEWS (James M. Humber and Robert F. Almeder, Eds.). Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, 1991.

  21. Law and the Modern Obstetrician-Gynecologist, 160 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 1339 (1989).

  22. Res Ipsa Loquitur and Exceptions fo the Expert Testimony Requirements, in INDIANA MEDICAL MALPRACTICE FOR ATTORNEY, PHYSICIAN, RISK MANAGER, AND CLAIMS REPRESENTATIVE. Indianapolis: ICLEF, 1989.

  23. Book Review. The Law and the Public’s Health, 314 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 1261 (1986).

  24. The New Genetics, in 1 BIOLAW: A LEGAL AND ETHICAL REPORTER ON MEDICINE, HEALTH CARE, AND BIOENGINEERING (James F. Childress, Ed.). Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.

  25. Legal Aspects of Human Genetics (with G.S. Omenn), 6 ANNUAL REVIEW OF PUBLIC HEALTH 107 (1985).

  26. Legal Issues Posed by Newborn Screening Programs, in LEGAL LIABILITY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE IN NEWBORN SCREENING (Lori B. Andrews, Ed.). Chicago: American Bar Foundation, 1985.

  27. CASES AND MATERIALS ON LAW AND MEDICINE (with Walter Wadlington and Jon R. Waltz). Mineola, NY: Foundation Press, 1980.

  28. Legal Questions, in PERINATAL APPROACHES TO THE DIAGNOSIS OF FETAL HEMOGLOBINOPATHIES. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, 1980.

  29. Biocatastrophe and the Law: Legal Aspects of Recombinant DNA Research, in THE RECOMBINANT DNA DEBATE (David Archer Jackson and Stephen P. Stich, Eds.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1979.

  30. Science, Society, and the Expert Town Meeting: Some Comments on Asilomar, 51 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 1471 (1978).

  31. Legal Institutions and Recombinant DNA Research, in SCIENCE AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST. Bloomington, IN: Poynter Center, Indiana University, 1977.

  32. Legal Issues in Genetic Counseling, in NO RUSH TO JUDGMENT: ESSAYS ON MEDICAL ETHICS (David H. Smith, Ed.). Bloomington, IN: Poynter Center, Indiana University, 1977.

  33. Fact Style Adjudication and the Fourth Amendment: The Limits of Lawyering, 48 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 329 (1973).

  34. Death in Context, 48 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 623 (1973).

  35. Easy Cases, Bad Law, and Burdens of Proof, 25 VANDERBILT LAW REVIEW 1151 (1972).

  36. Book Review. Packer, The Limits of the Criminal Sanction, 44 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 493 (1969).

  37. Note. The Resistance Standard in Rape Legislation, 18 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 680 (1966).

  38. Comment. Parolee Not Protected Against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures by His Parole Officer, 17 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 514 (1965).