Established in 1983, the Yale Journal on Regulation (JREG) is one of the top ten specialized law journals in the United States. JREG is the first-ranked journal in several categories as measured by scholarly impact, including Administrative Law; Bankruptcy; Commercial Law; Communications Law, Media, and Journalism; Corporations and Associations; and Health, Medicine, Psychology, and Psychiatry. (Source: Washington and Lee Law School, Law Journal Rankings Project). JREG publishes in-depth scholarly articles by professors and legal practitioners twice a year on a rich array of topics including:
- Corporate and Securities Law
- Financial Regulation
- Health Care
- Information Technology
JREG’s work is made possible by the support of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, our Diamond Sponsor.
Launched in 2012, the Yale Journal on Regulation Bulletin (JREG Bulletin) serves as an online companion to JREG’s print editions, publishing short and timely essays from legal academics, practitioners, and students. JREG Bulletin accepts submissions continually throughout the year.
Notice & Comment
Notice & Comment, published in conjunction with the American Bar Association Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice and also sponsored by Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, facilitates dialogue between legal scholars and practitioners about a wide variety of regulatory topics including administrative law generally, financial regulation, corporate law, environmental law, bankruptcy law, and tax law. The blog takes a broad view of regulation and welcomes contributions from legal scholars and practitioners that may inform our understanding of public regulation.
Our editorial office is located at the Yale Law School, 127 Wall Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06511. To send us your work, please see our guidelines for submissions.