I am pleased to help celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Yale Journal on Regulation. Over the past twenty-five years, the Yale Journal on Regulation has published hundreds of thoughtful articles on a wide array of regulatory issues-such as airline' and telecommunications deregulation, consumer protection, and pesticide regulation. It fills a very vital and necessary niche for regulatory aficionados like me. Looking back, however, the Journal's earlier years evince a limited focus on corporate law and governance and securities regulation-areas near and dear to my heart. There have been several on banking topics by my very good friend and colleague, Deputy Dean Jonathan Macey, three on governance and securities topics by Professor Roberta Romano, and even one, way back when, that I co-authored, as well as a smattering of others. But the bulk of the Journal's attention has been focused on other important areas.
Harvey L. Pitt,
Bringing Financial Services Regulation into the Twenty-First Century,
Yale J. on Reg.
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