Seeing the Statrix

By Trevor Burrus. Capitol Research Center. October 18, 2018.

The United States as a Post-Constitutional Republic

By Roger Pilon. inFocus Quarterly. Fall 2018.

The Role of the Judiciary

Cato's Letter. By Clint Bolick. Vol. 16. No. 2. Spring 2018.

Federal Appeals Court Should Reject Total Immunity for Prosecutors

By Jay Schweikert. New York Law Journal. April 25, 2018.

Christie v. NCAA: Anti-Commandeering or Bust

By Jonathan Wood and Ilya Shapiro. The Federalist Society Review. Vol. 18. November 10, 2017.

A Consummate Gentleman and a Judge’s Judge

By Ilya Shapiro. Mississippi Law Journal. Vol. 87. No. 1. 2017.

Can a Surfeit of Statutes “Accommodate” Religious Liberty?

By Roger Pilon. Deep Commitments: The Past., Present., and Future of Religious Liberty. 2017.

Final Thoughts

By Ilya Shapiro. Deep Commitments: The Past., Present., and Future of Religious Liberty. 2017.

As Government Expands, So Should Religious Liberty Protections

By Doug Bandow. Deep Commitments: The Past., Present., and Future of Religious Liberty. 2017.

Introduction: The Cleansing Fire of Religious Liberty

By Trevor Burrus. Deep Commitments: The Past., Present., and Future of Religious Liberty. 2017.

Explaining the Persistence of the “Ample Alternative Channels” Test

By Thomas A. Berry. Washington and Lee Law Review Online. Vol. 73. No. 2. May 1, 2017.

Gloucester Country School Board v. G.G.: Judicial Overdeference Is Still a Massive Problem

By Ilya Shapiro and David McDonald. Federalist Society Review. Vol. 18. March 23, 2017.

Against Judicial Restraint

By Ilya Shapiro. National Affairs. No. 29. Fall 2016.

Protecting Economic Liberty by Other Means

By Ilya Shapiro. New York University Journal of Law & Liberty. Vol. 10. No. 1. 2016.

Evenwel v. Abbott: The Court Shanks Its Punt on “One Person, One Vote”

By Ilya Shapiro and Thomas A. Berry. Federalist Society Review. Vol. 17. No. 2. June 2, 2016.

The Madisonian System: A Republic If We Can Keep It

Cato's Letter. By Jonathan Turley. Vol. 14. No. 1. Winter 2016.

Harris v. Quinn and the Extraordinary Privilege of Compulsory Unionization

By Trevor Burrus. New York University Annual Survey of American Law. 2015.

From Status to Contract to Status: Burwell v. Hobby Lobby and the Primitivism of Politics

By Trevor Burrus. New York University Journal of Law and Liberty. Vol. 9. No. 1. 2015.

Hobby Lobby and the Future of Freedom

By Ilya Shapiro. National Affairs. No. 23. Spring 2015.

King v. Burwell: 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.

Does EPA’s Clean Power Plan Proposal Violate the States’ Sovereign Rights?

By David B. Rivkin Jr., Andrew M. Grossman, and Mark DeLaquil. Engage. Vol. 16. No. 1. February 2015.

Ending Legalized Piracy: Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

By Roger Pilon and Trevor Burrus. Policy Priorities for the 114th Congress. 2015.

Health Care Reform

By Michael F. Cannon. Policy Priorities for the 114th Congress. 2015.

On the National Security Leaks Dilemma

By Roger Pilon. Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy - Federalist Edition. Vol. 2. No. 1. 2014.

Truthiness and the First Amendment

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

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