Powers and Rights in Shelby County v. Holder, Corey Brettschneider

Shelby County v. Holder and Preclearance as Legislative Injunction, Henry L. Chambers

Why Campaign Finance Matters, Prithviraj Datta

The Problem of Voter Fraud, Michael D. Gilbert

American Innovations in Democratic Decision-Making, Leslie Friedman Goldstein

Race or Party?: How Courts Should Think About Republican Efforts to Make it Harder to Vote in North Carolina and Elsewhere, Richard L. Hasen

Super PAC Contributions, Corruption, and the Proxy War Over Coordination, Richard L. Hasen

The Last Stand: Restricting Voting Rights & Sustaining White Power in Modern America, Desmond S. King and Rogers M. Smith

Abolish Districts, Corinna Barrett Lain

"Lotteries as an Alternative Selection Method for Representatives", Hélène Landemore

Are Elections Necessary?, Sanford Levinson

To End Government Shutdowns, End Partisan Gerrymandering, Sanford Levinson

What Became of Fundamental Rights?: Of Voter IDs and Voting Rights, Carol Nackenoff

Citizens Derided: Corporate Politics and Religion in the Roberts Court, Jamin Raskin

Transparent Adjudication: Promoting Democratic Dialogue on Judicial Conceptions of Politics, Bertrall L. Ross II

Hungary: An Election in Question, Kim Lane Scheppele

Compulsory Voting, Howard Schweber

The Roberts-Kennedy Court and Post-Political Democracy, Zephyr Teachout

The Popular Sovereignty Foundations of the Right to Vote, Franita Tolson

Shelby and the Sisyphean Struggle for Black Enfranchisement, Rick Valelly

The Idea of Democracy in the Early Republic, Keith Whittington

Toward an Alternative Theory of Constitutional Design, Emily Zackin and Mila Versteeg


A Convenient Path for the Brazilian Branches of Government: Executive Supremacy, Carlos Bolonha

Untrodden Ground: How Presidents Interpret the Constitution, Harold H. Bruff

Lincoln, The Emancipation Proclamation and Executive Power, Henry L. Chambers Jr.

Long Wars and the Constitution, Stephen M. Griffin

The Emergency Powers of the Judiciary, or Necessity and German Constitutionalism, Jacqueline R. Hunsicker

Standing for the Structural Constitution, Aziz Z. Huq

The Commerce Clause and Executive Power: Exploring Nascent Individual Rights in National Federal of Independent Business v. Sebelius (2012), Ronald Kahn

Passive-Aggressive Executive Power, Corinna Barrett Lain

Getting our Minds around Noel Canning v. NLRB: An Exchange, Sanford Levinson and Jack Balkin

Democratizing the Executive, Bernadette Meyler

The Dangerous Fantasy of Lincoln: Framing Executive Power as Presidential Mastery, Julie Novkov

The Myth of the Free Trade President, Jide Nzelibe

The Imbecilic Executive, Saikrishna Prakash

Executive Power, the Rule of Law and the First Obama Administration, Peter M. Shane

The Law: Bush, Cheney, and the Separation of Powers: A Lasting Legal Legacy?, Gordon Silverstein

Seeing Past Emergencies: The Institutionalization of State-Level Debtor Protections, Emily Zackin


Federalism's Global Generality, Charlton C. Copeland

Comparative Constitutional Law: The Seventh Inning Problem, Tom Ginsburg

Veils, Politics, and Constitutionalism, Jill Goldenziel

Lessons from the Anticanon (and Some Comparative Questions), Jamal Greene

Indentifying the Canon from the Anticanon, Haider Ala Hamoudi

The Nordic counternarrative: Democracy, human development, and judicial review, Ran Hirschl

The Rule of Law in Factionalized Societies, Donald L. Horowitz

Thoughts re "Canon" of Comparative Constitutional Law, Vicki Jackson

Grootboom at Home and Abroad: Adventures in the construction of a Global Constitutional Canon, Heinz Klug

Grootboom and the One-Case (or Country?) Canon on Social Rights, David Landau

Canonizing Comparative Constitutionalism: Some Informal Suggestions for Our Schmooze, Sanford Levinson

Liberalism and the Constitutional Canon: The 1960s and Its Aftermath, Christopher P. Matera

Foreign Precedents and the Global Canon: A Preliminary Exploration, Noga Morag-Levine and Barbara Bean

The Global Constitutional Canon: Some Preliminary Thoughts, Peter E. Quint

Making a Mountain out of a Molehill? Marbury and the Construction of the Constitutional Canon, Amanda Rinderle and Keith E. Whittington

"Looking over the Crowd and Picking Your Friends:" The Social World of Legal Cases, Kim Lane Scheppele

The Problem With Constitutional Borrowing: Imitation is not necessarily the sincerest form of Flattery, Gordon Silverstein

A Canon for Global Constitutionalism, Karol E. Soltan

Dialogue and Constitutional Duty, Mark Tushnet

The Enforcement of Socioeconomic Rights and the Global Constitutional Canon, Emily Zackin


The Reconstruction Power, Jack M. Balkin

Constitutional Politics, Constitutional Law, and the Thirteenth Amendment, Michael Les Benedict

The Impact of the Thirteenth Amendment on the Common Law, David S. Bogen

[Features of conventional scholarly wisdom about the Thirteenth Amendment], Pamela Brandwein

The Thirteenth Amendment, Interest Convergence, and the Badges and Incidents of Slavery, William M. Carter Jr.

Why Originalism is of so Little Use in Interpreting the Thirteenth Amendment, Henry L. Chambers

States Rights, Southern Hypocrisy, and the Crisis of the Union, Paul Finkelman

Liberalism, the Thirteenth Amendment, and the Seeds of Destruction of Reconstruction, Leslie F. Goldstein

Getting Right Without Lincoln, Daniel W. Hamilton

The Enduring Legacy of the Thirteenth Amendment, Robert J. Kaczorowski

Slavery and the Phenomenology of Torture, Sanford Levinson

The Thirteenth Amendment and Constitutional Theory, Earl Maltz

Congressional Authority to Interpret the Thirteenth Amendment: a Response to Professor Tsesis, Jennifer Mason McAward

Involuntary Servitude, Public Accommodations Laws, and the Legacy of Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States , Linda C. McClain

The Thirteenth Amendment and the Meaning of Familial Bonds, Julie Novkov

The Slavery and Involuntary Servitude of Immigrant Workers: Two Sides of the Same Coin, Maria L. Ontiveros

Contract, Race, and Freedom of Labor in the Constitutional Law of "Involuntary Servitude", James G. Pope

Congressional Authority to Interpret the Thirteenth Amendment, Alexander Tsesis

A Grievance Based Interpretation of the Thirteenth Amendment, Lea VanderVelde

James Ashley and the Thirteenth Amendment, Rebecca E. Zietlow


Religion and Constitutionalism: Indigenous Societies, David S. Bogen

Is There a Paradox in Amending a Sacred Text?, Beau Breslin

Like A Hole in the Head, Lief H. Carter

Toward a Judeo-Christian Constitutional Interpretation, Henry L. Chambers

Atmospheric Harms in Constitutional Law, Frederick Mark Gedicks

Sexuality, Religion, and the Right of Conscience, Emily R. Gill

A Reflection on Native Americans and the Religion Clauses, Leslie F. Goldstein

The Rule Against Scandal, Marci A. Hamilton

The Curious Case of School Prayer: Political Entrepreneurship and the Relative (Im)permeability of Legal Institutions, Bradley D. Hays

If An Amendment Were Adopted Declaing the United States a Christian Nation, Would it be Constitutional? Well ... Let's Look at Turkey, Gary J. Jacobsohn

The Dueling First Amendments: Government as Funder and the Establishment Clause, Carol Nackenoff

Notes on the Impossibility of Religious Freedom and Toleration in a Secular Age, Matthew Scherer

Religion, Constitutionalism, and Ethos, Neil Siegel

Religion and Jacksonian America, Keith E. Whittington


Remembering How To Do Equality, Jack M. Balkin and Reva B. Siegel

Good Constitutional Citizenship, S. Barber

Citizenship, Rights and Belonging, Henry L. Chambers Jr.

First Person Plural, Jim Chen

Liberal Internationalism, Community and Citizenship at the Start of the Twenty-First Century, Maxwell O. Chibundu

Parades, Pickets, and Prison: Alice Paul and the Virtues of Unruly Constitutional Citizenship, Lynda G. Dodd

Successful Failures of the American Constitution, James E. Fleming

Judicial Review and Democratic Theory, Leslie F. Goldstein