Yale Law Journal (May 2012) features articles by such scholars as Richard Re and Christopher Re (voting and 14th Amendment), Nathan Chapman and Michael McConnell (due process as separation of powers), Bruce Cain (redistricting commissions), Christopher Elmendorf and David Schleicher (districting for low-information voters), and Joseph Fishkin (weighted voting); plus student Notes and a Comment. More
This issue of The Yale Law Journal (the 7th issue of Volume 121, academic year 2011-2012) features articles and essays by several notable scholars. Principal contributors include Richard Re and Christopher Re, Nathan Chapman and Michael McConnell, Bruce Cain, Christopher Elmendorf and David Schleicher, and Joseph Fishkin.
The May issue's complete Contents are:
"Voting and Vice: Criminal Disenfranchisement and the Reconstruction Amendments," by Richard M. Re and Christopher M. Re
"Due Process as Separation of Powers," by Nathan S. Chapman and Michael W. McConnell
"Redistricting Commissions: A Better Political Buffer?," by Bruce E. Cain
"Districting for a Low-Information Electorate," by Christopher S. Elmendorf and David Schleicher
"Weightless Votes," by Joseph Fishkin
Note, "Recognizing Character: A New Perspective on Character Evidence," by Barrett J. Anderson
Note, "Cross-National Patterns in FCPA Enforcement," by Nicholas M. McLean
Comment, "One Person, No Vote: Staggered Elections, Redistricting, and Disenfranchisement," by Margaret B. Weston
The editors of The Yale Law Journal are a group of Yale Law School students, who also contribute Notes and Comments to the Journal’s content. The principal articles are written by leading legal scholars.