Yale Law Journal, Nov. 2015: data privacy & extraterritoriality; political entrenchment using law; Posner on marriage equality; & financing class actions

The contents of November 2015 (Vol. 125, No. 2) are:

Articles: “The Un-Territoriality of Data,” by Jennifer Daskal; and

“Political Entrenchment and Public Law,” by Daryl Levinson & Benjamin I. Sachs

Review Essay: “18 Years On: A Re-Review,” by Richard A. Posner (reviewing William Eskridge’s book on marriage equality)

Note: “Financing the Class: Strengthening the Class Action Through Third-Party Investment,” by Tyler W. Hill

Comment: “Law Enforcement and Data Privacy: A Forward-Looking Approach,” by Reema Shah

Quality ebook formatting includes fully linked footnotes and an active Table of Contents (including linked Contents for individual Articles and Notes), proper Bluebook formatting, and active URLs in footnotes. This is the second issue of Volume 125, academic year 2015-2016.

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