Yale Law Journal, Nov. 2014, on funding cut-offs, bounded discretion, Citizens United, Using Dictionaries, and Discrimination Law

The November 2014 issue of The Yale Law Journal (the second of academic year 2014-2015) features new articles on law and legal theory by internationally recognized scholars. Contents include:

• Article, “Agency Enforcement of Spending Clause Statutes: A Defense of the Funding Cut-Off,” Eloise Pasachoff
• Essay, “Bounded Institutions,” Yair Listokin
• Book Review, “Constitutions of Hope and Fear,” Frederick Schauer
• Note, “Price’s Progress: Sex Stereotyping and Its Potential for Antidiscrimination Law,” Zachary Herz
• Note, “Dual Sovereignty, Due Process, and Duplicative Punishment: A New Solution to an Old Problem,” Adam Adler
• Note, “Measuring the Fortress: Explaining Trends in Supreme Court and Circuit Court Dictionary Use,” John Calhoun
• Comment, “Parens Patriae, the Class Action Fairness Act, and the Path Forward: The Implications of Mississippi ex rel. Hood v. AU Optronics Corp.,” Patrick Hayden

The principal articles are written by leading legal scholars. Ebook editions are exclusively published by Quid Pro Books. Available in leading digital formats:

Kindle edition, at Amazon.

NOOK, at Barnes & Noble.

Apple iBooks and iTunes (see it directly on iPad and iPhone bookstores; previewed online).

At Google Play and Google Books.

And in universal ePUB at Smashwords; look for it, too, at Kobobooks in ePUB format.

Cataloging: Volume 124, Number 2 (Nov. 2014):

ISBN 978-1-61027-859-1 (ebook)
List price: US $0.99 (ebook) / Page count: 335 pp.