The Yale Law Journal

This journal publishes articles, essays and book reviews on law and government.

Articles from Vol. 118, No. 1, October

Comparative Corporate Criminal Liability: Exploring the Uniquely American Doctrine through Comparative Criminal Procedure
NOTE CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. COMPARATIVE CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY A. The United States B. Germany C. Comparison 1. The Criminal Theorist's Account 2. The Functionalist Account 3. Enron "couldn't happen here" ...
Discovering Arrest Warrants: Intervening Police Conduct and Foreseeability
On July 8, 2001 in Lake Park, Florida, Anthony Frierson was sitting in his 1981 Plymouth sedan on Old Dixie Highway waiting for the light to turn green. Once the green turn arrow appeared, he turned left without using his signal. Although turning without...
Normative Canons in the Review of Administrative Policymaking
INTRODUCTION I. THE PROBLEM: COMPETING METHODS FOR RESOLVING STATUTORY AMBIGUITY A. The Judicial Tools of Statutory Interpretation B. Statutory Interpretation After Chevron C. The Tension Between Canons and Chevron II....
The Price of Public Action: Constitutional Doctrine and the Judicial Manipulation of Legislative Enactment Costs
ARTICLE CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. THE THEORY OF ENACTMENT COST MANIPULATION A. The Inevitability of Balancing and the Problem of Uncertainty B. Enactment Costs and the Implementation of the Constitution C. The Theory's Domain 1....