Previous Volumes

The Journal has completed Volume 29. Released issues and previous volumes are available through LexisWestlaw, and Heinonline. The Journal is now working on the publication of Volume 30–set to be released in October 2021.

Volume 29, Issue 4

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Volume 29, Issue 3

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Volume 29, Issue 2

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Volume 29, Issue 1

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The Journal has completed Volume 28. Released issues and previous volumes are available through LexisWestlaw, and Heinonline.

Volume 28, Issue 4

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Andrew Mueller, Preventing Parkland: A Workable Fourth Amendment Standard for Searching Juveniles’ Smartphones Amid School Threats in a Post-Parkland World

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Volume 28, Issue 3

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Volume 28, Issue 2

Symposium: Constitutional Rights: Intersections, Synergies, and Conflicts

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Volume 28, Issue 1

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Volume 27, Issue 4

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The Journal has completed Volume 26. Previous volumes are available through LexisWestlaw, and Heinonline.

Volume 26, Issue 4

Articles:

  • Clay Calvert, The Government Speech Doctrine in Walker’s Wake: Early Rifts and Reverberations on Free Speech, Viewpoint Discrimination and Offensive Expression
  • Anthony O’Rourke, Textual Vagueness and Institutional Divergence in Constitutional Decisionmaking
  • William J. Rich, Hiding in Plain View: A Path Around Sovereign Immunity For State Government Employees

Notes:

  • Rachel Jones, Excessively Unconstitutional: Civil Asset Forfeiture and the Excessive Fines Clause in Virginia
  • Mary Johnston, Combatting Thieves of Valor: The Stolen Valor Act of 2013 is Constitutional Yet Unenforced
  • Benjamin A. Ellis, “Time Enough” for Scrutiny: The Second Amendment, Mental Health, and the Case for Intermediate Scrutiny

Volume 26, Issue 3

Articles:

  • Douglas W. Kmiec, A Reverent Reflection of the Splendid Scholarship of Martin Redish-Does Reexamining Commercial Speech Shed Light on the Regrettable Reliance Upon Lie & Insult in Political Campaign?
  • Andrew Koppelman, Introduction to Conference, Commercial Speech and the First Amendment: Past, Present, and Future, Northwestern Law School, October 14, 2016: The Moral Demands of Commercial Speech
  • Alan B. Morrison, No Regrets (Almost): After Virginia Board of Pharmacy
  • Burt Neuborne, The Status of the Hearer in Mr. Madison’s Neighborhood
  • Tamara R. Piety, In Praise of Legal Scholarship
  • Martin H. Redish & Kyle Voils, False Commercial Speech and the First Amendment: Understanding the Implications of the Equivalency Principle
  • Adam M. Samaha, Are Commercial Speech Cases Ideological? An Empirical Inquiry
  • Frederick Schauer, Commercial Speech and the Perils of Parity
  • Jaymes Fairfax-Columbo & David DeMatteo, Reducing the Dangers of Future Dangerousness Testimony: Applying the Federal Rules of Evidence to Capital Sentencing
  • Jesse Merriam, Preemption as a Consistency Doctrine
  • Mark Tushnet, The Coverage/Protection Distinction in the Law of Freedom of Speech-An Essay on Meta-Doctrine in Constitutional Law

Notes:

  • Bethany Bostron, Of Prairie Dogs and Congressman: Defining the Regulated Activity and Why it Matters for the Commerce Clause Substantial Effect Test
  • Abigail Hoglund-Shen, Fixer Upper: Reforming Vergara’s Teacher Tenure Status

Volume 26, Issue 2

Articles:

  • Paul Brand, The First Century of Magna Carta: The Diffusion of Texts and Knowledge of the Charter
  • Donahue, Magna Carta in the Fourteenth Century: From Law to Symbol?: Reflections on the “Six Statutes”
  • Sarah Harlan-Haughey, Forest Law Through the Looking Glass:
    Distortions of the Forest Charter in the Outlaw Fiction of Late Medieval England
  • R.H. Helmholz, The Church and Magna Carta
  • Loengard, Interpretation and Re-Interpretation of a Clause: Magna Carta and the Widow’s Quarantine
  • Thomas J. McSweeney, Salvation by Statute: Magna Carta, Legislation, and the King’s Soul
  • Anthony Musson, The Legacy of Magna Carta: Law and Justice in the Fourteenth Century
  • Josephine Ross, Warning: Stop-And- Frisk May be Hazardous to Your Health
  • Ryan Rowberry, Forest Eyre Justices in the Reign of Henry III (1216-1272)
  • David J. Seipp, Magna Carta in the Late Middle Ages: Over-Mighty Subjects, Under-Mighty Kings, and a Turn Away from Trial by Jury
  • Karl Shoemaker, The Great Charter Turned 800: Remembering Its 700th Birthday

Notes:

  • Jake Albert, The Flawed Reasoning Behind Johnson v. United States and a Solution: Why Facts-Based Approach Should Have Been Used to Interpret the Residual Clause of the Armed Career Criminal Act

Volume 26, Issue 1

Articles:

  • Samantha Barbas, The Most Loved, Most Hated Magazine in
    America: The Rise and Fall of Confidential
    Magazine
  • Benjamin W. Cramer &
    Martin E. Halstuk, Crash and Learn: The Inability of
    Transparency Laws to Penetrate
    American Monetary Policy
  • David R. Dow, Is the “Arising Under” Jurisdictional
    Grant in Article II Self-Executing?
  • Toni M. Massaro, The Lawfulness of the Same-Sex Marriage
    Decisions: Charles Black on Obergefell
  • Meghan J. Ryan, Justice Scalia’s Bottom-Up Approach to Shaping the Law
  • Shaakirrah R. Sanders, Deconstructing Juryless Fact-Finding in Civil Cases
  • Ann L. Schiavone, Legal Realism and Meaningful Rational
    Basis in Dog Law and Beyond

Notes:

  • Jacob N. Kipp, If It Looks Like a Super PAC, Acts Like a Super Pac, and Is Restricted Like a Super PAC, Then Treat It Like a Super PAC: Why Contribution Limits on a Hybrid PAC’s Independent-Expenditure Arm Are Impermissible
  • Emily Wagman, But First, (Don’t) Let Me Take a Selfie: New Hampshire’s Ban on “Ballot Selfies” and First Amendment Scrutiny

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

Volume 23, Issue 4

  • Karen M. Blum, Section 1983 Litigation: The Maze, the Mud, and the Madness
  • Dennis Schmelzer, Historically Unappealing: Boumediene v. Bush, Appellate Avoidance Mechanisms, and Black Holes Extending Beyond Guantanamo Bay
  • Laura R. Dove, Sovereign Impunity: The Supreme Court of Georgia’s False Textualism Expands the Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity in the State
  • Richard Alexander Izquierdo, The Architecture of Constitutional Time
  • Patrick J. Charles, The Second Amendment in the Twenty-First Century: What Hath Heller Wrought?

Notes:

  • Stephanie Masaba, Diagnose with Time is Money: Arbitrary Medicare Provisions Differentiating Observation Services from Inpatient Admission Violate Beneficiaries’ Due Process Rights
  • W. Matt Morgan, What Did They Mean? How Principles of Group Communication Can Inform Original Meaning Jurisprudence and Address the Problem of Collective Intent

Volume 23, Issue 3

  • Girardeau A. Spann, Good Faith Discrimination
  • Aram A. Gavoor and Daniel Miktus, Snap: How the Moral Elasticity of the Denaturalization Statute Goes Too Far
  • Mary Holper, Confronting Cops in Immigration Court
  • David Fontana, The Narrowing of Federal Power by the American Political Capital
  • Kiel Brennan-Marquez, Magic Words
  • William C. Nevin, Neither Tinker, Nor Hazelwood, Nor Fraser, Nor Morse: Why Violent Student Assignments Represent a Unique First Amendment Challenge

Notes:

  • Benjamin Abel, Reviewing the Magic Pipes: Angelex LTD. v. United States, Oily Water Separators, and Constitutional Review of Coast Guard Action
  • Warren Geoffrey Tucker, It’s Not Called Conduct Therapy: Talk Therapy as a Protected Form of Speech Under the First Amendment

Volume 23, Issue 2

SYMPOSIUM: Atkins v. Virginia: A Dozen Years Later – A Report Card

  • Mark E. olive, The Daryl Atkins Story
  • James W. Ellis, Hall v. Florida: The Supreme Court’s Guidance in Implementing Atkins
  • John H. Blume, Sheri Lynn Johnson, Paul Marcus & Emily Paavola; A Tale of Two (and Possibly Three) Atkins: Intellectual Disability and Capital Punishment Twelves Years After the Supreme Court’s Creation of a Categorical Bar
  • Christopher Slobogin, Scientizing Culpability: The Implications of Hall v. Florida and the Possibility of  a “Scientific Stare Decisis”
  • Paul Marcus, Does Atkins Make a Difference in a Non-Capital Cases? Should it?
  • Caroline Everington, Challenges of Convey Intellectual Disabilities to Judge and Jury
  • Scott E. Sundby, The True Legacy of Atkins and Roper: The Unreliability Principles, Mentally Ill Defendants, and the Death Penalty’s Unraveling
Notes:
  • Samantha A. Lovin, Everyone Forgets About the Third Amendment: Exploring the Implications on Third Amendment Case Law of Extending its Prohibitions to Include Actions by State Police Officers
  • Caleb R. Stone, Sentencing Roulette: How Virginia’s Criminal Sentencing System is Imposing an Unconstitutional Trial Penalty That Surpresses the Rights of Criminal Defendants to a Jury Trial

Volume 23, Issue 1

SYPOSIUM: Rethinking DC Representation in Congress

  • Larry Mirel and Joe Sternlieb, “…Chosen by the People of the Several States…” Statehood for the District of Columbia
  • Heather K. Gerken, The Right to Vote: Is the Amendment Game Worth the Candle?
  • Richard Briffault, Three Questions for the “Right to Vote” Amendment
  • Jamin Raskin, Democratic Capital: A Voting Rights Surge in Washington Could Strengthen the Constitution for Everyone
  • Mary M. Cheh, Theories of Representation: For the District of Columbia, Only Statehood Will Do
  • David Schleicher, Welcome to New Columbia: The Fiscal, Economic and Political Consequences of Statehood for D.C.

SYMPOSIUM: Standing in the Roberts Court

  • Richard H. Fallon Jr., How to Make Sense of Supreme Court Standing Cases – A Plea for the Right Kind of Realism
  • Vicki C. Jackson, Standing and the Role of Federal Courts: Triple Error Decisions in Clapper v. Amnesty International USA and City of Los Angeles v. Lyons
  • Heather Elliott, Does the Supreme Court Ignore Standing Problems to Reach the Merits? Evidence (or Lack Thereof) From the Roberts Court
  • Ann Woolhandler, Governmental Sovereignty Actions

Articles:

  • Robert Luther III, The Quiet Army: Felon Firearm Rights Restoration in the Fourth Circuit
  • Stephanie Hall Barclary, Retained by the People: Federalism, the Ultimate Sovereign, and Natural Limits on Government Power

Notes:

  • Austin Graham, Unstable Footing: Shelby’s County’s Misapplication of the Equal Footing Doctrine
  • Katharine J. Westfall, Voided Vows: Annulment as a Full Faith and Credit Solution to the Same-Sex Divorce Condundrum

Volume 22, Issue 4

  • Mae Kuykendall & Charles Adside, III, Unmuting the Volume: Fisher, Affirmative Action Jurisprudence, and the Legacy of Racial Silence 
  • Tiffani N. Darden, Parental Exclusion from the Education Governance Kaleidoscope: Providing a Political Voice for Marginalized Students in Our Time of Disruption
  • Amitai Etzioni, A Liberal Communitarian Approach to Security Limitations on the Freedom of the Press
  • Sarah A. Mourer, Forgetting Furman: Arbitrary Death Penalty Sentencing Schemes Across the Nation

Notes:

  • Julie A. Cook, Specificity or Dismissal: The Improper Extension of Rule 9(b) to Negligent Misrepresentation as a Deprivation of Plaintiff’s Procedural Due Process Rights
  • Andrew Lindsey, Death by Irrelevance: The Unconstitutionality of Virginia’s Continued Exclusion of Prison Conditions Evidence to Assess the Future Dangerousness of Capital Defendants

Volume 22, Issue 3

  • Alberto R. Gonzales, In Search of Justice: An Examination of the Appointments of John G. Roberts and Samuel A. Alito to the U.S. Supreme Court and Their Impact on American Jurisprudence
  • Richard L. Hasen, Shelby County and the Illusion of Minimalism
  • Anthony Michael Kreis, Marriage Equality in State and Nation
  • Renee Lettow Lerner, The Failure of Originalism in Preserving Constitutional Rights to Civil Jury Trial
  • Lawrence Rosenthal, Binary Searches and the Central Meaning of the Fourth Amendment

Notes

  • Carolyn R. Cody, Professional Licenses and Substantive Due Process: Can States Compel Physicians to Provide Their Services?
  • M. Elizabeth Petty, Rauschenberg, Royalties, and Artists’ Rights: Potential Droit de Suite Legislation in the United States

Volume 22, Issue 2

SYMPOSIUM: Professor Charles H. Koch, Jr. Memorial on Administrative Law

  • Davison M. Douglas, Remembering Our Friend and Colleague, Professor Charles Koch (1944-2012)
  • Paul R. Verkuil, Remarks on Charles H. Koch, Jr.
  • John F. Duffy, Jury Review of Administrative Action
  • William Funk, Deadly Drones, Due Process, and the Fourteenth Amendment
  • Michael J. Gerhardt, On Candor, Free Enterprise Fund, and the Theory of the Unitary Executive
  • Michael Herz, “Data, Views, or Arguments”: A Rumination
  • William S. Jordan, III, Charles Koch, Jr. – The Casebook and the Scholarship
  • Ronal M. Levin, Administrative Judges and Agency Policy Development: The Koch Way
  • Richard Murphy, The Should Be First – Flip the Order of the Chevron Two-Step
  • Sidney Shapiro & Elisabeth Fisher, Chevron and the Legitimacy of “Expert” Public Administration
  • Peter L. Strauss, Private Standards Organizations and Public Law
  • Paul R. Verkuil, An Essay on Due Process and the Endowment Effect
  • Russel L. Weaver, Administrative Searches, Technology, and Personal Privacy

Article:

  • Adam M. Gershowitz, Seizing a Cell Phone Incident to Arrest: Data Extraction Devices, Faraday Bags, or Aluminum Foil as a Solution to the Warrantless Cell Phone Search Problem

Note:

  • William Rose, Calming Unsettled Waters: A Proposal for Navigating the Tenuous Power Divide Between the Federal Courts and the USPTO Under the America Invents Act

Volume 22, Issue 1

  • John F. Preis, In Defense of Implied Injunctive Relief in Constitutional Cases
  • John P. Gross, What Matters More: A Day in Jail or a Criminal Conviction?
  • Scott W. Howe, The Eighth Amendment as a Warrant Against Underserved Punishment
  • Nat Stern, Secondary Speech and the Protective Approach to Interpretive Dualities in the Roberts Court
  • Mark Strasser, Innocents Beware: On Religion Clause Jurisprudence and the Negligent Retention or Hiring of Clergy

Notes

  • Brett Piersma, Election Evidence: The Promises and Realities of California’s Citizens Commission
  • Paul Wolfgramm, Jr., Power and Responsibility: Fourth Amendment Limits on the Use of Molecular Scanners

 

 

 

 

 

 

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