Yale Law Journal, May 2013: Zoning, Eminent Domain, Nudges to Paternalism, and Patents

The 7th issue of The Yale Law Journal features new articles and essays on law and legal theory by internationally recognized scholars. Contents include:

• “City Unplanning,” by David Schleicher
• “Rethinking the Federal Eminent Domain Power,” by William Baude
• “Behavioral Economics and Paternalism,” by Cass R. Sunstein
• “The Continuum of Excludability and the Limits of Patents,” by Amy Kapczynski & Talha Syed

In addition, the issue includes substantial contributions from student editors:
• Note, “Should the Ministerial Exception Apply to Functions, Not Persons?,” by Jed Glickstein
• Note, “How Do You Measure a Constitutional Moment? Using Algorithmic Topic Modeling To Evaluate Bruce Ackerman’s Theory of Constitutional Change,” by Daniel Taylor Young
• Comment, “Interpretation Step Zero: A Limit on Methodology as ‘Law,’” by Andrew Tutt
• Comment, “The JOBS Act and Middle-Income Investors: Why It Doesn’t Go Far Enough,” by James J. Williamson

Finally, the issue features selected results from the “Prison Law Writing Contest,” authored by Elizabeth A. Reid, Ernie Drain, and Aaron Lowers

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