Criminal Law eJournal
Editors: Dan M. Kahan and Paul H. Robinson
Yale Law School and University of Pennsylvania Law School

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts relating to substantive criminal law. Topics include but are not limited to appraisals of existing offenses, defenses, and related substantive law doctrines and liability rules; proposals for repeal or reform of existing crimes, defenses, doctrines and liability rules or the enactment of new ones; examinations of the interaction of legislatures, juries, courts and other institutions in the formation of substantive criminal law; and investigations of the relationship between criminal law as a whole and other bodies of law and institutions. Works of all disciplinary perspectives (including historical, philosophical, psychological, economic, and sociological) and all methods (empirical, normative, and doctrinal) are welcome so long as they are scholarly in nature.

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Criminal Law eJournal Advisory Board
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Editors: Dan M. Kahan and Paul H. Robinson
Yale Law School and University of Pennsylvania Law School


Albert W. Alschuler

John C. Coffee

Joshua Dressler

George Fletcher

James Jacobs

Sanford Kadish

Yale Kamisar

Leo Katz

Stephen Morse

Stephen Schulhofer

Sara Sun Beale

Franklin Zimring