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Unpacking Third-Party Standing
The Yale Law Journal  (IF5.32),  Pub Date : 2021-10-31, DOI:
Curtis A. Bradley, Ernest A. Young

This Article “unpacks” the doctrine of third-party standing. First, it identifies true third-party standing problems by distinguishing them from first-party claims, largely by reference to the “zone of interests” concept. Second, it distinguishes among three types of parties invoking third-party standing: directly regulated parties, collaterally injured parties, and representative parties.