The Yale Law Journal Pocket Part: Roberts Court Jurisprudence and Legislative Enactment Costs

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The Pocket Part is proud to announce the publication of Roberts Court Jurisprudence and Legislative Enactment Costs by William Rinner. The piece highlights a crucial but overlooked function of the judiciary in crafting doctrines that discourage constitutionally problematic statutes. Rinner argues that rather than drawing explicit boundaries of permissible and impermissible statutory schemes, courts can and do produce constitutional doctrine that leaves these boundaries blurry, thus raising the risk of reversal for time- and resource-strapped legislators.

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