The March 2014 issue of The Yale Law Journal features new articles and essays on law and legal theory by internationally recognized scholars. The contents for Volume 123, Number 5, include:
The Moral Impact Theory of Law, by Mark Greenberg
Pretrial Detention and the Right to Be Monitored, by Samuel R. Wiseman
Stop Ignoring Pork and Potholes: Election Law and Constituent Service, by Joshua Bone
An Offense-Severity Model for Stop-and-Frisks, by David Keenan & Tina M. Thomas
Open Carry for All: Heller and Our Nineteenth-Century Second Amendment, by Jonathan Meltzer
Regulating Sexual Orientation Change Efforts: The California Approach, Its Limitations, and Potential Alternatives, by Jacob M. Victor
In Need of Correction: How the Army Board for Correction of Military Records Is Failing Veterans with PTSD, by Rebecca Izzo
Let the Burden Fit the Crime: Extending Proportionality Review to Sex Offenders, by Erin Miller
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