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July 16, 2016
Read more about The President’s Faithful Execution Duty, Harold H. Bruff
Read more about The Presidential Statutory Stretch and the Rule of Law, Peter M. Shane
July 6, 2016
Read more about Executive Power Under the Constitution: A Presidential and Parliamentary System Compared, Gabrielle Appleby & Adam Webster
Read more about Presidential Constitutional Interpretation, Signing Statements, Executive Power, and Zivotofsky, Henry L. Chambers, Jr.
June 19, 2015
Read more about Identity Contests: Litigation and the Meaning of Social-Movement Causes, Mary Ziegler
Read more about The Problems Inherent in Litigating Employer Free Exercise Rights, Henry L. Chambers Jr.
Read more about Litigating Against the Civil Rights Movement, Christopher W. Schmidt
Read more about The Support Structure for Campaign Finance Litigation in the Roberts Court: A Research Agenda, Ann Southworth
Read more about A Lawyer Looks at Civil Disobedience: Why Lewis F. Powell Jr. Divorced Diversity from Affirmative Action, Anders Walker
May 31, 2014
Read more about “Whiffs of Federalism” in United States v. Windsor: Power, Localism, and Kulturkampf, Marc R. Poirier