Current Volume

Volume 31 (2022-2023)

Issue 1


Liberalism Triumphant? Ideology and the En Band Process in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
Arthur D. Hellman

The Right to Train: A Pillar of the Second Amendment
Joseph G.S. Greenlee

Thinking Outside the Box: Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, In Vitro Fertilization, and Disability Screening in the Wake of Box v. Planned Parenthood
Christian J. Sorensen


Making Hazelwood Age-Appropriate: How Viewpoint Neutrality and Recontextualizing the Age-Appropriate Standard Might Save School-Sponsored LGBT Speech
Rebecca Girardin

Balancing Liberty and Security: A Proposal for Amplified Procedural Due Process Protections in the U.S. Sanctions Regime
Allison Lofgren

Ducking the System: Examining the Efficacy of Bounty Hunting Statutes that Stifle the Free Exercise of Constitutional Rights
Allie Zunski


Issue 2


Constitutional Memories 
Jack M. Balkin

The Legal Origins of Catholic Conscientious Objection
Jeremy Kessler


The Problem of Mass Incarceration: Diagnosis and Reform

Jail Health and Early Release Practices
Brandon L. Garrett, Deniz Ariturk, Jessica Carda-Auten, & David L. Rosen

Judges and Mass Incarceration
Carissa Byrne Hessick

The Trump Clemencies: Celebrities, Chaos, and Lost Opportunity 
Mark Osler

Debiasing Criminal Justice
Sandra Guerra Thompson & Nicole Bremner Cásarez


A New Takings Clause? The Implications of Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid for Property Rights and Moratoria
Benjamin Alexander Mogren

Indoctrination by Elimination: Why Banning Critical Race Theory in Public Schools Is Unconstitutional
Emma Postel

The Collective Right Endures: Pre-Heller Precedent and Our Understanding of the Modern Second Amendment
William Reach


Issue 3


State Separation of Powers and the Federal Courts
Ann Woolhandler

Sola Scriptura: Slavery, Federalism and the Textual Power to Provide for the General Welfare
Calvin H. Johnson

On the Nexus Between the Strength of the Separation of Powers and the Power of the Judiciary 
Rivka Weill

Let My People Go, Part One: Black Rebellion and the Second Amendment Political Necessity Defense
Kindaka Sanders

The False Promise of Expanded Religious Liberty Rights After the COVID-19 Cases and Fulton v. City of Philadelphia
Shlomo C. Pill

Answering the Political Question: Demonstrating an Intent-Based Framework for Partisan Gerrymandering
Kyle H. Keraga

In Search of a Legislative Leviathan: Judicial Enforcement of Senate Nominations Rules
Sam Simon


Issue 4


Serious Value, Prurient Appeal, and “Obscene” Books in the Hands of Children

Todd E. Pettys

The Fourth Amendment’s Constitutional Home
Gerald S. Dickinson

Let My People Go, Part Two: The Second Amendment Political Necessity Defense and the Storming of Capital Hill
Kindaka Sanders


Freedom in the Balance: Procedural Due Process Rights and the Burden of Proof in Detention Hearings in Immigration Removal Proceedings
Colin Brady

Plaintiff’s Problem: Constitutional Concerns with Service of Process Under Alaska Rule of Civil Procedure 4(D)(7)–(8)
Casey Sawyer

The Journal is currently publishing Volume 31. Previous volumes and released issues are available here and on LexisWestlaw, and Heinonline.