The Yale Law Journal

Lauren M. Ouziel


What Are Federal Corruption Prosecutions for?

Lauren M. Ouziel

This Essay considers the role of prosecutors in the Supreme Court’s decades-long contraction of public corruption law. It examines how federal prosecutors’ reliance on broad theories of liability has paradoxically narrowed federal criminal law’s reach over public corruption, and considers how prosec…


Legitimacy and Federal Criminal Enforcement Power

Lauren M. Ouziel

The sources of forum disparities in criminal justice reconsidered