The Yale Law Journal

E. Perot Bissell V


Monuments to the Confederacy and the Right to Destroy in Cultural-Property Law

E. Perot Bissell V

The recent protests over Confederate memorials illustrate a gap in cultural-property law. Because cultural-property law presses inexorably toward preservation, it has no framework for addressing when a nation might be justified in destroying its own cultural property. This Note provides a framework …


Exceptional Judgments: Revising the Terrorism Exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act

E. Perot Bissell V & Joseph R. Schottenfeld

Rogue states are sometimes charged with massive default judgments for state-sponsored terrorism. Frequently, those judgements apportion responsibility to states that were not involved in terrorism and frustrate diplomatic progress. This Comment proposes a novel administrative solution to make claims…