The Halbig Cases: Desperately Seeking Ambiguity in Clear Statutory Text

By Jonathan H. Adler and Michael F. Cannon. Journal of Health Politics., Policy and Law. Vol. 40. No. 3. 2015.

Truthiness and the First Amendment

By Ilya Shapiro, Trevor Burrus and Gabriel Latner. Journal of Constitutional Law Heightened Scrutiny. Vol. 16. May 2014.

Like Eastwood Talking to a Chair: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the Obamacare Ruling

By Ilya Shapiro. Texas Review of Law & Politics. Vol. 17. No. 1. 2013.

Not Necessarily Proper: Comstock’s Errors and Limitations

By Ilya Shapiro and Trevor Burrus. Syracuse Law Review. Vol. 61. No. 3. 2011.

A Faint-Hearted Libertarian at Best: The Sweet Mystery of Anthony Kennedy

By Ilya Shapiro. Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy. Vol. 33. No. 1. Winter 2011.

Judicial Takings and Scalia’s Shifting Sands

By Ilya Shapiro and Trevor Burrus. Vermont Law Review. Vol. 35. No. 2. Winter 2010.

More Friends of the Second Amendment: A Walk through the Amicus Briefs in McDonald v. City of Chicago

By Ilya Shapiro. Journal on Firearms & Public Policy. Vol. 5. No. 22. Fall 2010.

Friends of the Second Amendment: A Walk Through the Amicus Briefs in D.C. v. Heller

By Ilya Shapiro. Journal on Firearms & Public Policy. Vol. 15. No. 20. Fall 2008.

Justice Scalia’s Regrettably Irrelevant Decision in Rapanos v. United States

By Mark Moller. National Wetlands Newsletter. Vol. 28. No. 5. September 2006.

Brennan’s Approach to Reading and Interpreting the Constitution

By Roger Pilon. New York Law School Law Review. Vol. 41. No. 43. 1999.

Dialogue: A Court without a Compass

By Roger Pilon. New York Law School Law Review. Vol. 999. No. 40. 1996.

Losing Liberty through Judicial Restraint

By Roger Pilon. Report from the Institute for Philosophy & Public Policy. Vol. 10. No. 1. Winter 1990.