Volume 22, Issue 1 (Winter 2024)*

Camping and the Constitution

Paul J. Larkin

*The entire publication of Volume 22, Issue 1 is forthcoming.

Volume 21, Special Issue (2023)


Letter from the Editor

Philip H. DeVoe

The Strength and Scope of Duty

The Moral Status of Beneficence

Ryan W. Davis

Why Ten Percent?

Amy Berg

Effective Altruism, Global Justice, and Individual Obligations

Brian Berkey

Challenges To And Inside Effective Altruism

Esoteric Altruism: Does Effective Altruism Require Its Own Destruction?

Jeff Sebo

When We Don’t Know What We Owe

Joshua Stein

How to Express Improvements in Animal Welfare in DALYs-averted

Bob Fischer

Applied Beneficence

Is It All For Nothing? On the Futility Objection to Individual Environmental and Political Action

Christopher Freiman

Assessing Evidence for Purposes of Effective Altruism

Kathryn E. Joyce

Saving the World Starts at Home

Brandon Warmke

Volume 21, Number 2 (Summer 2023)


Letter from the Editor

Philip H. Devoe

Symposium: Ensuring Democratic Accountability in the Administrative State

The Constitutionality of Acting Principal Officers: Can Eaton and Edmond Be Reconciled?

Thomas A. Berry 

Unconstitutional Federalism: A Call to Reinvigorate the Appointments Clause

Lucas T. Vebber

Exploring Democratic Accountability in the Administrative State

Joshua Ulan Galperin

Assessing Visions of Democracy in Regulatory Policymaking

Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia and Christopher J. Walker

Constitutional Chevron: Domains of Congress and Courts in Remedies for Unconstitutional Administrative Structures

Ronald A. Cass

Ratification of Rules as Retroactive Rulemaking

Michael A. Poon

An Expanded Version of OIRA Can Ensure Democratic Accountability in the Administrative State

Richard J. Pierce, Jr.

Presidential Signature Requirements as a Tool for Enforcing Democratic Accountability

Alison Somin 


The Right to Rage: Free Speech and Rage Rhetoric in American Political Discourse

Jonathan Turley 

Ruan v. United States: An Important Ruling or Merely Sound and Fury?

Paul J. Larkin 

Freedom of Speech and the Common Law: A Contrarian Perspective

John Hasnas 


Into the Weeds of the Third Amendment: Constitutional Protections for At-Home Marijuana Use

James Bernstein 

Federal Versus State Antitrust Enforcement: Furthering Competition Through Cooperation

Ingrid Ulrika Jernudd

Red Herring History: An Analysis of Why Dobbs is Not Originalism

Jennifer Simon 

Whose Constitutional Authority Is It Anyway? Nondelegation, the National Emergencies Act, and the International Emergency Economic Powers Act

Rachel Jessica Wolff

Volume 21, Number 1 (Winter 2023)

Letter from the Editor

Philip H. DeVoe

Symposium: Commemorating The Constitutional Contributions of Gouverneur Morris

Eighth Annual Salmon P. Chase Lecture

Gouverneur Morris and the Drafting of the Federalist Constitution

William Michael Treanor


Nationalizing “the Curse of Heaven”: Gouverneur Morris on the Constitution and the Slave Power

J. Jackson Barlow

Gouverneur Morris and Contemporary America: The Scrivener’s Ageless Views

Richard Brookhiser

Representing the Nation: Gouverneur Morris’s Nationalist Constitutionalism

Jonathan Gienapp

A Great Statesman: Reclaiming Gouverneur Morris

Melanie Randolph Miller


Roe and the Original Meaning of the Thirteenth Amendment

Kurt T. Lash

Climate Realism and a Positive Vision for American Energy

C. Boyden Gray

The Roberts Court and Compulsory Collective Bargaining: Reading the Tea Leaves after Janus

Thomas J. Freeman, Aaron McKain, Amy J. Parrish, and Christopher Chochon


The Strength of a Giant: The Administrative State and the United States Patent & Trademark Office

Braden Anderson

An Unqualified Defense of Qualified Immunity

Elliott Averett

The Founders’ Declaration of War: The Declare War Clause and the Constitutionality of Undeclared War

Reuben W. Blum


Volume 20, Special Issue (2022)

Letter From the Editor 
Luke Bunting


The Scope of Freedom of Speech

When to Suppress Speech
Michael Huemer

Credibility and the Standpoint Expectation
Jessica Flanigan

Freedom of Speech, Power, and Democracy

Freedom From Speech
Mary Anne Franks

Media Power Through Epistemic Funnels
Erin Miller

The Epistemology of the Internet and the Regulation of Speech in America
Brian Leiter

Freedom of Speech on College Campuses

Do Universities Need Choreographed Disagreement?
Jeffrey Adam Sachs

Will We Ratify the Constitution of Knowledge?
Daniel Cullen

Free Speech on Campus: Countering the Climate of Fear
John Hasnas

Civil Liability, Civility, and Norms

Ethical Complexities in Defamation and False Light Claims
Rodney Smolla

Ethics in Conversation: Why “Mere” Civility is Not Enough
J.P. Messina

Beyond Speech Acts: On Hate Speech and the Ubiquity of Norm Enactment
Mary Kate McGowan


Volume 20, Number 2 (Summer 2022)

Letter from the Editor 
Luke Bunting


Inconvenient Federalism: The Pandemic, Abortion Rights, and the Commerce Clause 
Thomas J. Molony

Non-Textualism and the Duck Season-Rabbit Season Dramaturgical Dyad: A Response to Professor Cass Sunstein (and others)
Seth Barrett Tillman

How Independent is Too Independent?: Redistricting Commissions and the Growth of the Unaccountable Administrative State
Jason Torchinsky and Dennis W. Polio

The Second Amendment was Adopted to Protect Liberty, Not Slavery: A Reply to Professors Bogus and Anderson 
Stephen P. Halbrook

“Light Him Up”: Addressing the Dangerous Intersection of Traffic Stops and Consent 
Geoffrey S. Corn

The Clean Water Act and the Void-for-Vagueness Doctrine 
Paul J. Larkin

Following in the Footsteps of Fair Pay: The Case for Exempt “Time Transparency” and the Mandatory Disclosure of White-Collar Work Hours
Jennifer Haskin Will

Litigation by Ambush: The Struggle to Obtain Fair Notice of OSHA Allegations 
Arthur G. Sapper


Minority Party Need Not Inquire: Revisiting the Executive Duty to Respond to Congressional Oversight Authority 
Tina Seideman

Restoring the Proper Role of the Courts in Election Law: Toward a Reinvigoration of the Political Question Doctrine 
Kate Hardiman Rhodes

Presidential Pandemic Powers: The President the Founders Gave Us for the Era of COVID-19
Haley Peterson Denler

Preserving Faithful Execution: An Examination into the Original Meaning of the Take Care Clause and the Measures to Preserve It 
Sophia Shams


Volume 20, Number 1 (Winter 2022)

Letter from the Editor

Luke Bunting

Symposium: Commemorating The 100th Anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment

Seventh Annual Salmon P. Chase Lecture

Thick Women and the Thin Nineteenth Amendment

Martha S. Jones


The Politics of Constitutional Memory

Reva B. Siegel

Mary Lou Graves, Nolen Breedlove, and the Nineteenth Amendment

Ellen D. Katz

Gender, Voting Rights, and the Nineteenth Amendment

Paula A. Monopoli

Revisiting Justice George Sutherland, the Nineteenth Amendment, and Equal Rights for Women

David E. Bernstein


The Unresolved Threshold Issues in the Emoluments Clauses Litigation: The President Has Three Bodies and There Is No Cause of Action for Ultra Vires Conduct

Josh Blackman and Seth Barrett Tillman

Malicious Prosecution as Undue Process: A Fourteenth Amendment Theory of Malicious Prosecution

Hon. Timothy Tymkovich and Hayley Stillwell

Dobbs and the Holdings of Roe and Casey

Eric R. Claeys

Misreading and Transforming Casey for Dobbs

Sherif Girgis

The Choice Between Persuading and Coercing Americans to Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Paul J. Larkin

Constitutional Challenges to the OSHA COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate

Paul J. Larkin


On Ilya Shapiro, Cancel Culture, and Color Blindness

Hon. James C. Ho


Stare (In)decisis: The Elusive Role of Precedent in Originalist Theory & Practice

Nicholas Iacono

Walking the Tightrope: Finding Balance Between Strict Nondelegation and the Administrative State through an Examination of State Experiences

Rachel Scholz-Bright

Splitting the Difference: A Bright-Line Proposal for the Ministerial Exception

Joseph Capobianco