Stanford Law Review

Stanford Law Review is a journal on law published bi-monthly by Stanford Law School, in Stanford, Calif., for lawyers, law teachers and law students.

Articles from Vol. 65, No. 5, May

A Theory of Criminal Victimization
b. Child sex Let's zero in on one aspect of the legislative scheme more closely. Within the variety of special criminal protections for our three victim groups, a large proportion has to do with sexual crimes involving children. And within that...
Drug Testing Welfare Recipients as a Constitutional Condition
INTRODUCTION I. CONVENTIONAL FOURTH AMENDMENT ANALYSIS A. Fourth Amendment Overview B. Drug Testing and Special Needs 1. Public safety and public officials 2. Competitive activities in schools 3. Running for public...
Protecting Rights from within? Inspectors General and National Security Oversight
III. ASSESSING IG RIGHTS OVERSIGHT In this Part, I explore how the five IG reviews described above addressed individual rights. I first discuss what it means to protect individual rights in the national security context, identifying five dimensions...
Statutory Interpretation from the Inside - an Empirical Study of Congressional Drafting, Delegation, and the Canons
2. Chevron is not a reason for ambiguity Our respondents did not strongly identify Chevron as an affirmative reason to leave an ambiguity. They told us that decisions to leave statutory terms ambiguous are typically made without regard to whether...