Vol 8 No 2

STATE JURISPRUDENCE, THE ROLE OF THE COURTS, AND THE RULE OF LAW

THE FEDERALIST SOCIETY

Maura D. Corrigan
Wallace Jefferson

Brian C. Kalt
Stephen Markman
Stephen B. Presser
Stephen J. Safranek
Harold F. See
G. Allan Tarr
Clifford W. Taylor
Robert P. Young, Jr.

Firearms possession by “non-state actors”: the question of sovereignty

David B. Kopel, Paul Gallant & Joanne D. Eisen

THE RISE AND FALL OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

Foy Meyer III

Vol 8 No 1

RESTORING OUR BROKEN JUDICIAL CONFIRMATION PROCESS

John Cornyn

The Pledge of Allegiance and the limited state

Thomas C. Berg

International law and the liberation of Iraq

James C. Ho

Take Obstructions out of the Judicial Nominations Confirmation Process

Gerald Walpin

SYMPOSIUM ON THE LEGAL, ECONOMIC, AND HUMAN RIGHTS IMPLICATIONS OF CIVILIAN FIREARMS OWNERSHIP AND REGULATION

David B. Kopel, Paul Gallant & Joanne D. Eisen
Stephen P. Halbrook Joyce Lee Malcolm James A. Swan

Two Hundred Ninety-four months and counting?

Edward Blum

Let there be justice: A thomistic assessment of utilitarianism and libertarianism

Jason Lloyd

The Trojan DOctrine: trademarks and the law of the horse

Eugene Volokh

Vol 7 No 2

The role of the senate in judicial confirmations

Douglas W. Kmiec & Elliot Mincberg

The Recurring Constitutional Convention: Therapy for a Democratic Constitutional Republic Paralyzed by Hypocrisy

Loius W. Hensler III

Prelude: Bakke Revisited

R. Lawrence Purdy

Robbing peter to pay paul’s diner: Plunder, the free market, and the fairness in music licensing act

Todd Hagins

Neutrality and Evolution in Public Schools

Douglas Wilson

Standardized Tests under the Magnifying Glass: A Defense of the LSAT Against Recent Charges of Bias

Gail L. Heriot & Christopher T. Wonnell

The Greatest Generation

Roy E. Brownell II

Vol 7 No 1

An Unconstitutional Stereotype: Catholic Schools as “Pervasively Sectarian”

Gerard V. Bradley

A Natural Rights Approach to Regulatory Takings

Paul J. Otterstedt

Federalism’s Frontier

Michael S. Greve

The Sixth Circuit and Grutter v. Bollinger: Diversity and Distortion

Martin D. Carcieri

Truth, Privileges, Perjury, and the Criminal Law

Paul Rosenzweig

Producing Trousered Apes in Dwyer’s Totalitarian State

Michael A. Scaperlanda

If Hamilton Could See Them Now

Daryl Joseffer

Vol 6 No 2

Competition and Quality in Deregulated Industries: Lessons for the Education Debate

Jerry Ellig & Kenneth Kelly

The Nineteenth-Century Understanding of the Establishment Clause

Stuart Buck

Security Takeovers and Bailouts: Aviation and the Return of Big Government

Tara Branum & Susanna Dokupil

The Federalist Society Election Law Articles

Michael M. Uhlmann

An American Inquiry into Contemporary Terrorist Accountability

S. Foster

Pragmatism Interrupted

Ann Coulter

Vol 6 No 1

Barbara K. Olson Memorial Lecture

Theodore B. Olson

The Constitutional Case for the Impeachability of Former Federal Officials: An Analysis of the Law, History, and Practice of Late Impeachment

Brian C. Kalt

Responsible Public Policy Demands an End to The Hemorrhaging Effects of Punitive Damages in Asbestos Cases

Mark A. Behrens & Barry M. Parsons

The Federalist Society Election Law Articles

Roger Clegg
Alan Gura
Robinson Everett

The Legal, Political, and Public War on Racial Profiling and Its Unlikely Victims

David Horowitz & Marc Levin

Should Ideology of Judicial Nominees Matter?: Is the Senate’s Current Reconsideration of the Confirmation Process Justified?

Stephen B. Presser

A Fabricated Case for the Mumia Movement

Dan Flynn

Nondiscrimination or Secular Orthodoxy? Religious Freedom and Breach of Contract at Tufts University

Victor T. Hu

Vol 5 No 2

The Use and Abuse of Executive Orders and Other Presidential Directives

Todd F. Gaziano

The Rule of Law at Century’s End

Joel Edan Friedlander

Internet Domain Names and ICANN Arbitration: The Emerging “Law” of Domain Name Custody Disputes

Robert A. Badgley

Bankruptcy Law as Social Legislation

Todd J. Zywicki

Suing Gun Manufacturers: Hazardous to our Health

H. Sterling Burnett

Will the Real Justice Thomas Please Stand Up?

Patrick L. O’Daniel

Surviving the “Rocks of Error”

James O’Neill

Vol 5 No 1

The search for an intelligible principle: Cost-benefit analysis and the nondelegation doctrine

C. Boyden Gray

Balancing fairness & finality: a comprehensive review of the texas death penalty

Guy Goldberg & Gena Bunn

A sunny dome with caves of ice: the illusion of charitable choice

Susanna Dokupil

constitutional amendments: dangerous threat or democracy in action?

Stephen B. Presser

Much ado about nothing: Dick Cheney and the Twelfth Amendment

James C. Ho

Can common sense be taught?

J. Budziszewski

Vol 4 No 2

A Proposal for Federal Product Liability Reform in the New Millennium

Victor E. Schwartz & Mark A. Behrens

School choice, the first amendment, and social justice

Nicole Stelle Garnett & Richard W. Garnett

From least dangerous branch to most profound legacy: the high stakes in judicial selection

Thomas L. Jipping

Burn this article: it is evidence in your thought crime prosecution

Robert J. Corry, Jr.

Insurrection or duty: when government employees speak

William W. Johnston

Morrison v. olson and executive power

John R. Martin