Where are the Women? Not in the June 2009 Yale Law Journal, that’s for sure.

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118 YALE LAW JOURNAL, NO. 8, JUNE, 2009.

Engdahl, David E. The classic rule of faith and credit. 118 Yale L.J. 1584-1659 (2009). [H][L][W]

Cabranes, Hon. Jose A. Our imperial criminal procedure: problems in the extraterritorial application of U.S. constitutional law. 118 Yale L.J. 1660-1711 (2009). [H][L][W]

McGinnis, John O. Medellin and the future of international delegation. 118 Yale L.J. 1712-1760 (2009). [H][L][W]

Paulsen, Michael Stokes. The constitutional power to interpret international law. 118 Yale L.J. 1762-1842 (2009). [H][L][W]

Fox, Dov. Note. Racial classification in assisted reproduction. 118 Yale L.J. 1844-1898 (2009). [H][L][W]

Pahis, Stratos. Note. Corruption in our courts: what it looks like and where it is hidden. 118 Yale L.J. 1900-1943 (2009). [H][L][W]

Gleicher, Nathaniel. Comment. Neither a customer nor a subscriber be: regulating the release of user information on the World Wide Web. 118 Yale L.J. 1945-1954 (2009). [H][L][W]

Index to vol. 118. 118 Yale L.J. 1957-1960 (2009). [H][L][W]

–Ann Bartow

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