Volumes

The Journal is currently publishing Volume 24. Check in periodically for updates on the latest issue. Previous volumes are available through LexisWestlaw, and Heinonline.

Volume 24, Issue 4

  • Clay Calvert and Matthew D. Bunker, Fissures, Fractures & Doctrinal Drifts: Paying the Price in First Amendment Jurisprudence For a Half Decade of Avoidance, Minimalism & Partisanship
  • Pamela R. Metzger, Confrontation as a Rule of Production
  • Matthew J. Steilen, Due Process as a Choice of Law: A Study in the History of a Judicial Doctrine
  • Michael Parsons, Clearing the Political Thicket: Why Political Gerrymandering for Partisan Advantage is Unconstitutional
  • Wencong Fa, The Trouble with Racial Quotas in Disparate Impact Remedial Orders

Notes:

  • Justin A. Thatch, The Lesser of Two Evils: Exploring the Constitutionality of Indefinite Detentions of Terror Enemy Combatants Following the End of “Combat Operations” in Afghanistan
  • Ashley M. Eick, Forging Ahead from Ferguson: Re-Evaluating the Right to Assemble in the Face of Police Militarization

Volume 24, Issue 3

SYMPOSIUM: The Liberal Dilemma in Child Welfare Reform

  • James G. Dwyer, Diagnosing Liberal Resistance to Needed Child Welfare Reforms
  • David Stoesz, How the Liberati Sabotaged Child Welfare
  • Adam J. Duso and John Stogner, Re-Evaluating the Criminalization of In Utero Alcohol Exposure: A Harm-Reduction Approach
  • Bruce A. Thyer, Project Prevention: Concept, Operation, Results and Controversies About Paying Drug Abusers to Obtain Long-Term Birth Control
  • Cassie Statuto Bevan, The Impact of Liberal Ideology on Child Protection Reform
  • Elizabeth Bartholet, Thoughts on the Liberal Dilemma in Child Welfare Reform
  • Richard J. Gelles, Ph.D., Why the American Child Welfare System is Note Child Centered
  • Daniel Heimpel, Child Protection’s Parental Preference

Articles:

  • Josh Gupta-Kagan, Stanley v. Illinois’s Untold Story
  • Thomas A. Eaton and Michael L. Wells, Attorney’s Fees, Nominal Damages, and Section 1983 Litigation

Notes:

  • Ross Hoogstraten, Implications on the Constitutionality of Student Cell Phone Searches Following Riley v. California
  • J. Nicholas Murosko, Communicable Diseases and the Right to Re-Enter the United States

Volume 24, Issue 2

  • Brian Charles Lea, The Merits of Third-Party Standing
  • Stephen M. Feldman, (Same) Sex, Lies, and Democracy: Tradition, Religion, and Substantive Due Process (With an Emphasis on Obergefell v. Hodges)
  • Celestine Richards McConville, The (Not So Dire) Future of the Necessary and Proper Power After National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius
  • Nathan S. Chapman, The Establishment Clause, State Action, and Town of Greece
  • Joelle Anne Moreno, Extralegal Supreme Court Policy-Making

Notes:

  • Shaina D. Massie, Orange is the New Equal Protection Violation: How Evidence-Based Sentencing Harms Male Offenders
  • Tyler M. Murray, The Eighth Amendment and Tax Evasion: Whether FATCA Non-Compliance Fines and FBAR Penalties are Excessive

Volume 24, Issue 1

  • John Kip Cornwell, Sex Offender Residency Restrictions: Government Regulation of Public Health, Safety, and Morality
  • Shaakirrah R. Sanders, Uncapping Compensation in the Gore Punitive Damage Analysis
  • Christopher R. Green, Incorporation, Total Incorporation, and Nothing But Incorporation?
  • Carrie E. Garrow, Habeas Corpus Petitions in Federal and Tribal Courts: A Search for Individualized Justice
  • Carlton F. W. Larson, “Shouting ‘Fire” In a Theater”: The Life and Times of Constitutional Law’s Most Enduring Analaogy

Notes:

  • Susanne Cordner, Adjusting the Benefits and Burdens of Economic Life for the Public Good: The ACA’s Medical Loss Ratio as a Constitutional Regulation of Health Insurance Companies
  • Abigail M. Pierce, #Tweeting for Terrorism: First Amendment Implications in Using Proterrorist Tweets to Convict Under the Material Support Statute

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