Christopher S. Elmendorf
Districting for a Low-Information Electorate
121 Yale L.J. 1846 (2012).
Most commentary on redistricting is concerned with fairness to groups, be they
racial, political, or geographic. This Essay highlights another facet of the redistricting problem:
how the configuration of districts affects the ability of low-information voters to secure
State Courts, Citizen Suits, and the Enforcement of Federal Environmental Law by Non-Article III Plaintiffs
110 Yale L.J. 1003 (2001)