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Benjamin Aaron
Professor of Law, Emeritus
University of California, Los Angeles
LABOR AND THE ANTITRUST LAWS
Henry J. Abraham
James Hart Professor of Government and Foreign
Affairs
University of Virginia
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
APPOINTMENT OF SUPREME COURT JUSTICES
BIDDLE, FRANCIS
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
HARLAN, JOHN MARSHALL (1833-1911)
ORDERED LIBERTY
Norman Abrams
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
BALLEW V. GEORGIA
BURCH V. LOUISIANA
JURY SIZE
JURY UNANIMITY
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND FEDERAL-STATE
RELATIONS
David Adamany
Professor of Law and Political Science, and President
Wayne State University
CAMPAIGN FINANCE
ELECTIONS, REGULATION OF
POLITICAL PARTIES IN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
PRIMARY ELECTION
Lee A. Albert
Professor of Law
State University of New York, Buffalo
FEDERAL GRANTS-IN-AID
Francis A. Allen
Edson R. Sunderland Professor of Law
University of Michigan
RIGHT TO COUNSEL
Reginald Alleyne
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION

George Anastaplo
Professor of Law
Loyola University of Chicago Law School
Lecturer in the Liberal Arts
University of Chicago
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF THE CONSTITUTION
Alison Grey Anderson
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
SECURITIES LAW AND THE CONSTITUTION
David A. Anderson
Rosenberg Centennial Professor of Law
University of Texas, Austin
GAG ORDER
NEW YORK TIMES CO. V. SULLIVAN
SEDITIOUS LIBEL
Michael Asimow
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
NATIONAL POLICE POWER
SIXTEENTH AMENDMENT
James R. Asperger
United States Attorney
Los Angeles
ARREST WARRANT
OVERRULING
SEARCH WARRANT
VAGRANCY LAWS
Carl A. Auerbach
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
SUBVERSIVE ADVOCACY
Barbara Allen Babcock
Ernest W. McFarland Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
ARGERSINGER V. HAMLIN
ASH, UNITED STATES V.
BETTS V. BRADY
ESCOBEDO V. ILLINOIS
FARETTA V. CALIFORNIA
FRUIT OF THE POISONOUS TREE
JOHNSON V. ZERBST
KIRBY V. ILLINOIS
LINEUP
MASSIAH V. UNITED STATES
POWELL V. ALABAMA
PRETRIAL DISCLOSURE
WADE, UNITED STATES V.
Stewart Abercrombie Baker
Attorney
Steptoe & Johnson, Washington, D.C.
STEVENS, JOHN PAUL
Lance Banning
Professor of History
University of Kentucky
MADISON, JAMES
Sotirios A. Barber
Professor of Government
University of Notre Dame
CHECKS AND BALANCES
DELEGATION OF POWER
ENUMERATED POWERS
GENERAL WELFARE CLAUSE
INHERENT POWERS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL IMMUNITY
INTERPOSITION
LIMITED GOVERNMENT
NECESSARY AND PROPER CLAUSE
TENTH AMENDMENT
UNWRITTEN CONSTITUTION
Edward L. Barrett, Jr.
Professor of Law
University of California, Davis
DIRECT AND INDIRECT TAXES
EXCISE TAX
FOREIGN COMMERCE
IMPORT-EXPORT CLAUSE
IMPOST
JURISDICTION TO TAX
ORIGINAL PACKAGE DOCTRINE
STATE REGULATION OF COMMERCE
STATE TAXATION OF COMMERCE
TAXING AND SPENDING POWERS
Paul M. Bator
John P. Wilson Professor of Law
University of Chicago
JUDICIAL SYSTEM, FEDERAL
JUDICIARY ACT OF 1789

Maurice G. Baxter
Professor of History
Indiana University
WEBSTER, DANIEL
Derrick A. Bell
Professor of Law
Harvard Law School
DESEGREGATION
Herman Belz
Professor of History
University of Maryland
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1861-1865
CONSTITUTIONALISM AND THE AMERICAN FOUNDING
THEORIES OF THE UNION
WAITE, MORRISON R.
Paul Bender
Dean and Professor of Law
Arizona State University
RETROACTIVITY OF JUDICIAL DECISIONS
Michael Les Benedict
Professor of History
Ohio State University
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1865-1877
Raoul Berger
Professor of Law, Emeritus
Harvard Law School
IMPEACHMENT
Walter Berns
John M. Olin Distinguished Scholar in Constitutional
and Legal Studies
American Enterprise Institute
Professorial Lecturer
Georgetown University
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT CASES OF 1972
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT CASES OF 1976
NATURAL RIGHTS AND THE CONSTITUTION
Richard B. Bernstein
Research Curator, U.S. Constitution Exhibition
The New York Public Library
BALDWIN, ROGER N.
BOUDIN, LOUIS B.
BRANT, IRVING
CARR, ROBERT K.
COHEN, MORRIS R.
CRIMINAL SYNDICALISM LAWS
CROSSKEY, WILLIAM W.
CUSHMAN, ROBERT E.
HAMILTON, WALTON HALE
HOWE, MARK DEWOLFE
JENSEN, MERRILL
KELLY, ALFRED H.
MINTON, SHERMAN
ROSSITER, CLINTON
STORY, JOSEPH (with Henry Steele Commager)
SWISHER, CARL BRENT
TEN BROEK, JACOBUS
TUGWELL, REXFORD G.
WIGMORE, JOHN HENRY
Scott H. Bice
Professor of Law and Dean of the Law Center
University of Southern California
LEGISLATIVE INTENT
Joseph W. Bishop, Jr.
Richard Ely Professor of Law
Yale Law School
DECLARATION OF WAR
MILITARY JUSTICE
POLICE ACTION
STATE OF WAR
Charles L. Black, Jr.
Sterling Professor of Law, Emeritus
Yale Law School
Professor of Law
Columbia University
ADMIRALTY AND MARITIME JURISDICTION
EQUITY
STATE ACTION
Vincent Blasi
Corliss Lamont Professor of Civil Liberties
Columbia University
DEMONSTRATION
PUBLIC FORUM
Albert P. Blaustein
Professor of Law
Rutgers-Camden School of Law
INFLUENCE OF THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION
ABROAD

Maxwell Bloomfield
Professor of History and Law
Catholic University of America
COMMENTATORS ON THE CONSTITUTION
Grace Ganz Blumberg
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
HELVERING V. DAVIS
SOCIAL SECURITY ACT
STEWARD MACHINE COMPANY V. DAVIS
Lee C. Bollinger
Professor of Law
University of Michigan
BURGER, WARREN E.
Robert H. Bork
Judge
United States Court of Appeals for the District of
Columbia Circuit
JUDICIAL REVIEW AND DEMOCRACY
Paul Brest
Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Professor of Clinical
Legal Education
Stanford Law School
CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION
LEGISLATION
Ralph S. Brown
Simeon E. Baldwin Professor of Law, Emeritus
Yale Law School
LOYALTY OATH
LOYALTY-SECURITY PROGRAMS
Barbara Brudno
Attorney
Former Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
WEALTH DISCRIMINATION
Harold H. Bruff
John S. Redditt Professor of Law
University of Texas, Austin
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
Robert A. Burt
Southmayd Professor of Law
Yale University
FAMILY AND THE CONSTITUTION
MENTAL ILLNESS AND THE CONSTITUTION
MENTAL RETARDATION AND THE CONSTITUTION
Paul D. Carrington
Professor of Law and Dean of the Law School
Duke University
TRIAL BY JURY
Robert L. Carter
Judge
United States District Court, Southern District of
New York
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS
Gerhard Casper
William B. Graham Professor of Law and Dean of the
Law School
University of Chicago
CONSTITUTIONALISM
Donald S. Chisum
Professor of Law
University of Washington, Seattle
PATENT
Jesse H. Choper
Dean and Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE
William Cohen
C. Wendell and Edith M. Carlsmith Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
CLERKS
DOUGLAS, WILLIAM O.
PREEMPTION
Henry Steele Commager
Professor of History, Emeritus
Amherst College
STORY, JOSEPH (with Richard B. Bernstein
Richard C. Cortner
Professor of Political Science
University of Arizona
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1961-1977
Robert M. Cover
Chancellor Kent Professor of Law
Yale Law School
TAFT COURT
Archibald Cox
Carl M. Loeb University Professor, Emeritus
Harvard University
FIRST AMENDMENT
HUGHES COURT
STONE COURT
William J. Cuddihy
Claremont, California
ASSISTANCE, WRIT OF
BONHAM’S CASE
CALVIN’S CASE
FOURTH AMENDMENT, HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF
GENERAL WARRANT
OTIS, JAMES, JR.
PAXTON’S CASE
WILKES CASES
David P. Currie
Harry N. Wyatt Professor of Law
University of Chicago
JUDICIAL POWER
Thomas Curry
Vicar for Priests
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
BACKUS, ISAAC
HOOKER, THOMAS
LELAND, JOHN
WILLIAMS, ROGER
Richard Danzig
Attorney
Latham, Watkins & Hills, Washington, D.C.
CONSCRIPTION (with Ira Nerken)
Robert Dawidoff
Associate Professor of History
Claremont Graduate School
ADAMS, HENRY
RANDOLPH, JOHN
Howard E. Dean
Professor of Political Science
Portland State University
JUDICIAL POLICYMAKING
MECHANICAL JURISPRUDENCE
THAYER, JAMES BRADLEY
Walter Dellinger
Professor of Law
Duke University
AMENDING PROCESS
John Patrick Diggins
Professor of History
University of California, Irvine
PROGRESSIVE CONSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT
Norman Dorsen
Stokes Professor of Law
New York University
President
American Civil Liberties Union
AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION
CIVIL LIBERTIES
DRAFT CARD BURNING
FLAG DESECRATION
Robert F. Drinan, S.J.
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
Former Member of Congress (1971-1981)
CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE
Murray Dry
Professor of Political Science
Middlebury College
ANTI-FEDERALIST CONSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT
STORING, HERBERT J.
Patrick Dutton
Attorney
Vinnedge, Lance & Glenn, Ontario, California
NEW JERSEY V. T. L. O.

Frank H. Easterbrook
Judge
United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh
Circuit
Former Lee and Brena Freeman Professor of Law
University of Chicago
REHNQUIST, WILLIAM H.
Theodore Eisenberg
Professor of Law
Cornell University
AGE DISCRIMINATION
AGE DISCRIMINATION ACT
ANTIDISCRIMINATION LEGISLATION
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS V. METROPOLITAN HOUSING
DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BANKRUPTCY ACT
BANKRUPTCY POWER
BANKRUPTCY REFORM ACT
BIVENS V. SIX UNKNOWN NAMED AGENTS OF THE
FEDERAL BUREAU OF NARCOTICS
BUTZ V. ECONOMOU
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1866 (JUDICIAL
INTERPRETATION)
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1957
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1960
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1968
CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION
CIVIL RIGHTS DIVISION
CIVIL RIGHTS REMOVAL
CIVIL RIGHTS REPEAL ACT
CLASSIC, UNITED STATES V.
COLOR OF LAW
DAMAGES
DAVIS V. PASSMAN
DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED ASSISTANCE AND BILL
OF RIGHTS ACT
DOMBROWSKI V. PFISTER
EDELMAN V. JORDAN
EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1972 (TITLE IX)
EDUCATION OF HANDICAPPED CHILDREN ACTS
EXECUTIVE IMMUNITY
EXECUTIVE ORDER
EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246
EXECUTIVE ORDERS 9980 AND 9981
EXHAUSTION OF REMEDIES
FEDERAL PROTECTION OF CIVIL RIGHTS
FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT
FITZPATRICK V. BITZER
GRAVEL V. UNITED STATES
GRIFFIN V. BRECKINRIDGE
GRIGGS V. DUKE POWER CO.
GUEST, UNITED STATES V.
HAGUE V. CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS
HODGES V. UNITED STATES
HUTCHINSON V. PROXMIRE
IMBLER V. PACHTMAN
IMPLIED CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF ACTION
INSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION (with Stephen C. Yeazell)
JONES V. ALFRED H. MAYER CO.
JUDICIAL IMMUNITY
KATZENBACH V. MORGAN
LAKE COUNTRY ESTATES, INC. V. TAHOE REGIONAL
PLANNING AGENCY
LARSON V. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN COMMERCE
CORPORATION
LAU V. NICHOLS
LEGISLATIVE IMMUNITY
MITCHUM V. FOSTER
MONELL V. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
MONROE V. PAPE
MUNICIPAL IMMUNITY
OPEN HOUSING LAWS
OREGON V. MITCHELL
OWEN V. CITY OF INDEPENDENCE
PALMER V. THOMPSON
PIERSON V. RAY
QUERN V. JORDAN
REHABILITATION ACT
REVISED STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES
SCHEUER V. RHODES
SCREWS V. UNITED STATES
SECTION 1983, TITLE 42, UNITED STATES CODE
(JUDICIAL INTERPRETATION)
SOUTH CAROLINA V. KATZENBACH
SPEECH OR DEBATE CLAUSE
STRICT CONSTRUCTION
STUMP V. SPARKMAN
TENNEY V. BRANDHOVE
UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA V. WEBER
VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965 AND ITS AMENDMENTS
WAIVER OF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
WASHINGTON V. DAVIS
WOOD V. STRICKLAND
Daniel J. Elazar
President
Center for the Study of Federalism
Professor of Political Science
Temple University
FEDERALISM, THEORY OF

Ward E. Y. Elliott
Professor of Government
Claremont McKenna College
AVERY V. MIDLAND COUNTY
BAKER V. CARR
COLEGROVE V. GREEN
COLEMAN V. MILLER
DIRECT ELECTIONS
ELECTORAL COLLEGE
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT (JUDICIAL
INTERPRETATION)
GERRYMANDER
MULTIMEMBER DISTRICT
O’BRIEN V. BROWN
ONE PERSON, ONE VOTE
REPRESENTATION
Richard E. Ellis
Professor of History
State University of New York, Buffalo
CHASE, SAMUEL
CUSHING, WILLIAM
DUVALL, GABRIEL
ELLSWORTH, OLIVER
IREDELL, JAMES
JAY, JOHN
PATERSON, WILLIAM
TODD, THOMAS
WASHINGTON, BUSHROD
Thomas I. Emerson
Augustus E. Lines Professor of Law, Emeritus
Yale Law School
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
David F. Epstein
Analyst
United States Department of Defense,
Washington, D.C.
FEDERALIST, THE
Edward J. Erler
Professor of Political Science
California State University, San Bernardino
CONCURRENT POWERS
DISCRETE AND INSULAR MINORITIES
EX POST FACTO
FIREFIGHTERS LOCAL UNION NO. 1784 V. STOTTS
JUDICIAL LEGISLATION
O’CONNOR, SANDRA DAY
ROGERS V. LODGE
Robert K. Faulkner
Professor of Political Science
Boston College
BICKEL, ALEXANDER M.
LOCKE, JOHN
MARSHALL, JOHN
John D. Feerick
Professor of Law and Dean of the Law School
Fordham University
PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION
Don E. Fehrenbacher
Professor of History
Stanford University
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1848-1861
DRED SCOTT V. SANDFORD
David Fellman
Vilas Professor of Political Science, Emeritus
University of Wisconsin, Madison
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
FREEDOM OF ASSEMBLY AND ASSOCIATION
Martha A. Field
Professor of Law
Harvard Law School
ABSTENTION DOCTRINE
FORTAS, ABE
Paul Finkelman
Professor of History
State University of New York, Binghamton
ARTHUR, CHESTER A.
BATES, EDWARD
BENTON, THOMAS HART
BINGHAM, JOHN A.
BINNEY, HORACE
BIRNEY, JAMES G.
BLACK, JEREMIAH S.
BRECKINRIDGE, JOHN
BUCHANAN, JAMES
BUTLER, BENJAMIN F.
CARPENTER, MATTHEW H.
COMMONWEALTH V. JENNISON

CONKLING, ROSCOE
CRITTENDEN, JOHN J.
CURTIS, GEORGE T.
DAVIS, JEFFERSON
DOUGLAS, STEPHEN A.
FEDERAL TEST ACTS
FESSENDEN, WILLIAM PITT
FILLMORE, MILLARD
GARFIELD, JAMES A.
GARRISON, WILLIAM LLOYD
GRANT, ULYSSES SIMPSON
HAYES, RUTHERFORD B.
HAYNE, ROBERT YOUNG
JACKSON’S PROCLAMATION TO THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH
CAROLINA
JACKSON’S VETO OF THE BANK OF THE UNITED
STATES BILL
JOHNSON, REVERDY
JULIAN, GEORGE
PIERCE, FRANKLIN
PINKNEY, WILLIAM
PRIGG V. PENNSYLVANIA
SEWARD, WILLIAM H.
STANBERY, HENRY S.
STANTON, EDWIN M.
STEPHENS, ALEXANDER H.
STEVENS, THADDEUS
SUMNER, CHARLES
TARIFF ACT
TAYLOR, ZACHARY
TOOMBS, ROBERT A.
TRUMBULL, LYMAN
TYLER, JOHN
WHEATON, HENRY
WILMOT PROVISO
WIRT, WILLIAM
WOODBURY, LEVI
Louis Fisher
Specialist in American National Government
Congressional Research Service, The Library of
Congress
CARTER, JIMMY
EMERGENCY POWERS
EXECUTIVE ORDER 10340
LEGISLATIVE VETO
PRESIDENTIAL ORDINANCE-MAKING POWER
PRESIDENTIAL SPENDING POWER
TRUMAN, HARRY S.
VETO POWER
YOUNGSTOWN SHEET & TUBE CO. V. SAWYER
Owen M. Fiss
Alexander M. Bickel Professor of Public Law
Yale Law School
FULLER COURT
RACIAL DISCRIMINATION
David H. Flaherty
Professor of History
University of Western Ontario
FUNDAMENTAL LAW (HISTORY)
Caleb Foote
Elizabeth Josselyn Boalt Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
BAIL
George Forsyth
Claremont, California
ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY
Marvin E. Frankel
Attorney
Kramer, Levin, Nessen, Kamen & Frankel
Former Judge
United States District Court, Eastern District of New
York
GRAND JURY
John Hope Franklin
James B. Duke Professor of History, Emeritus
Duke University
SLAVERY AND THE CONSTITUTION
Paul A. Freund
Carl M. Loeb University Professor, Emeritus
Harvard Law School
SUPREME COURT (HISTORY)
Gerald E. Frug
Professor of Law
Harvard Law School
CITIES AND THE CONSTITUTION
Jaime B. Fuster
Member of Congress
Puerto Rico
Professor of Law
University of Puerto Rico
PUERTO RICO, CONSTITUTIONAL STATUS OF
David J. Garrow
Associate Professor of Political Science
City College of New York and City University
Graduate School
KING, MARTIN LUTHER, JR.
William Gillette
Professor of History
Rutgers University
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT (FRAMING AND
RATIFICATION)
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Judge
United States Court of Appeals for the District of
Columbia Circuit
REPRODUCTIVE AUTONOMY
SEX DISCRIMINATION
Robert Jerome Glennon
Professor of Law
University of Arizona
BROWN, HENRY BILLINGS
FRANK, JEROME N.
Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
AMERICAN INDIANS AND THE CONSTITUTION
CONCURRENT JURISDICTION
DECLARATORY JUDGMENT
DIVERSITY JURISDICTION
FEDERAL QUESTION JURISDICTION
FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
REMOVAL OF CASES
Abraham S. Goldstein
Sterling Professor of Law
Yale Law School
RIGHT TO BE INFORMED OF ACCUSATION
Joel K. Goldstein
Attorney
Goldstein & Price, St. Louis
VICE-PRESIDENCY
David Gordon
Attorney
D’Ancona & Pflaum, Chicago
ACT OF STATE DOCTRINE
ADAMS V. TANNER
ADAMSON EIGHT-HOUR ACT
AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ACT OF 1933
AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ACT OF 1938
AGRICULTURAL MARKETING AGREEMENT ACT
ALLEN-BRADLEY COMPANY V. LOCAL UNION #3
ALLGEYER V. LOUISIANA
AMES, FISHER
APEX HOSIERY COMPANY V. LEADER
APPALACHIAN ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY V. UNITED
STATES
ARNOLD, THURMAN
BARTKUS V. ILLINOIS
BATES V. STATE BAR OF ARIZONA
BENTON V. MARYLAND
BIBB V. NAVAJO FREIGHT LINES, INC.
BITUMINOUS COAL ACT
BOB-LO EXCURSION COMPANY V. MICHIGAN
BREWSTER V. UNITED STATES
BURBANK V. LOCKHEED AIR TERMINAL
BURNS BAKING COMPANY V. BRYAN
BUSHELL’S CASE
CARTER, JAMES COOLIDGE
CHAE CHAN PING V. UNITED STATES
CHAMPION V. AMES
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROAD CO. V.
CHICAGO
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY CO. V.
MINNESOTA
CHILD LABOR TAX ACT
CHINESE EXCLUSION ACT
CHOATE, JOSEPH H.
CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS ACT
CLARK DISTILLING CO. V. WESTERN MARYLAND
RAILWAY CO.
CLAYTON ACT
CLEVELAND, GROVER
CODISPOTI V. PENNSYLVANIA
COPPAGE V. KANSAS
CORRIGAN V. BUCKLEY
COYLE V. SMITH
CUMMINGS, HOMER S.
DAVIS, JOHN W.
DAYTON-GOOSE CREEK RAILWAY COMPANY V.
UNITED STATES
DEAN MILK COMPANY V. CITY OF MADISON
DE MINIMIS NON CURAT LEX
DILLON, JOHN F.

DIONISIO, UNITED STATES V.
DISANTO V. PENNSYLVANIA
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MINIMUM WAGE LAW
DOREMUS, UNITED STATES V.
DUNCAN V. KAHANAMOKU
DUNCAN V. LOUISIANA
DUPLEX PRINTING PRESS COMPANY V. DEERING
EISNER V. MACOMBER
ELKINS ACT
EMERGENCY BANK ACT
EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY ACTS
EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY CASES
EN BANC
ERDMAN ACT
ERNST, MORRIS
ESCH-CUMMINGS TRANSPORTATION ACT
ESTES V. TEXAS
EXECUTIVE ORDER 9066 AND PUBLIC LAW 503
FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION V. HOPE NATURAL
GAS COMPANY
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION V. GRATZ
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION ACT
FIELD, DAVID D.
FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT
FRANK V. MANGUM
FRAZIER-LEMKE ACTS
FREEMAN V. HEWITT
FREUND, ERNST
FROTHINGHAM V. MELLON
GALLOWAY, JOSEPH
GERRY, ELBRIDGE
GOLD CLAUSE CASES
GOLDFARB V. VIRGINIA STATE BAR
GOLD RESERVE ACT
GOMPERS V. BUCK’S STOVE & RANGE COMPANY
GONG LUM V. RICE
GRIMAUD, UNITED STATES V.
GROSSMAN, EX PARTE
GUTHRIE, WILLIAM D.
HABEAS CORPUS ACT OF 1867
HALL V. DECUIR
HARRIS V. NEW YORK
HARRISON, BENJAMIN
HARRISON ACT
HAYS, ARTHUR GARFIELD
HEPBURN ACT
HILDRETH, RICHARD
HIPOLITE EGG COMPANY V. UNITED STATES
HITCHMAN COAL & COKE CO. V. MITCHELL
HOKE V. UNITED STATES
HOUSTON, EAST& WEST TEXAS RAILWAY CO. V.
UNITED STATES
HURON PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY V. DETROIT
INTERSTATE COMMERCE
INTERSTATE COMMERCE ACT
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION V. CINCINNATI,
NEW ORLEANS & TEXAS PACIFIC RAILWAY
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION V. ILLINOIS
CENTRAL RAILROAD
INTRASTATE COMMERCE
JAMES V. BOWMAN
JUDICIARY ACT OF 1925
JUDICIARY REFORM ACT
KNIGHT COMPANY, E. C., UNITED STATES V.
KNOX, PHILANDER C.
LAMAR, JOSEPH R.
LANDIS, JAMES M.
LANZA, UNITED STATES V.
LEVER FOOD AND DRUG CONTROL ACT
LONG HAUL-SHORT HAUL RATE DISCRIMINATION
LOUISVILLE, NEW ORLEANS & TEXAS PACIFIC
RAILWAY V. MISSISSIPPI
LURTON, HORACE H.
MANN ACT
MANN-ELKINS ACT
MARTIN, LUTHER
MASSACHUSETTS BODY OF LIBERTIES
MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS AND LIBERTIES
MCCRAY V. UNITED STATES
MCKINLEY, WILLIAM
MICHELIN TIRE COMPANY V. ADMINISTRATOR OF
WAGES
MIDDENDORF V. HENRY
MINNESOTA RATE CASES
MOODY, WILLIAM H.
MOORE, ALFRED
MUGLER V. KANSAS
MUNICIPAL BANKRUPTCY ACT
MUSKRAT V. UNITED STATES
MYERS V. UNITED STATES
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT
NEW STATE ICE COMPANY V. LIEBMANN
NEW YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY V. WHITE
NOLO CONTENDERE
NORRIS-LAGUARDIA ACT
NORTHERN SECURITIES CO. V. UNITED STATES
OBITER DICTUM
OLNEY, RICHARD
OLSEN V. NEBRASKA EX REL. REFERENCE & BOND
ASSOCIATION
PACKERS & STOCKYARDS ACT
PALMER, ALEXANDER M.
PARKER V. BROWN
PATTON V. UNITED STATES
PAUL V. VIRGINIA
PELL V. PROCUNIER
PER CURIAM
PHELPS, EDWARD J.

POLLAK, WALTER H.
POLLOCK V. WILLIAMS
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY V. BENJAMIN
PURE FOOD AND DRUG ACT
RAILROAD CONTROL ACT
RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT
RAYMOND MOTOR TRANSPORTATION COMPANY V.
RICE
RIBNIK V. MCBRIDE
ROBINSON-PATMAN ACT
SELDEN, JOHN
SHERMAN ANTITRUST ACT
SHREVEPORT DOCTRINE
SIMON V. EASTERN KENTUCKY WELFARE RIGHTS
ORGANIZATION
SMYTH V. AMES
SOUTH-EASTERN UNDERWRITERS ASSOCIATION V.
UNITED STATES
STAFFORD V. WALLACE
STANDARD OIL COMPANY V. UNITED STATES
STETTLER V. O’HARA
STREAM OF COMMERCE DOCTRINE
SWIFT & COMPANY V. UNITED STATES
TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY ACT
TRANS-MISSOURI FREIGHT ASSOCIATION V.UNITED
STATES
TYSON & BROTHER V. BANTON
ULTRA VIRES
UNITED MINE WORKERS V. CORONADO COAL
COMPANY
UNITED MINE WORKERS V. UNITED STATES
VICINAGE
WABASH, ST. LOUIS & PACIFIC RAILWAY V. ILLINOIS
WAGNER ACT
WALZ V. TAX COMMISSION
WATER POWER ACT
WEBB-KENYON ACT
WICKERSHAM, GEORGE
WILSON V. NEW
WINSHIP, IN RE
WOLFF PACKING COMPANY V. COURT OF INDUSTRIAL
RELATIONS
WOODS V. CLOYD W. MILLER COMPANY
WYTHE, GEORGE
YAKUS V. UNITED STATES
YAMASHITA, IN RE
William B. Gould
Charles A. Beardsley Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
LOCHNER V. NEW YORK
WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LEGISLATION
Henry F. Graff
Professor of History
Columbia University
NIXON, RICHARD M.
Kent Greenawalt
Cardozo Professor of Jurisprudence
Columbia University
CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION
INCITEMENT TO UNLAWFUL CONDUCT
Jack Greenberg
Professor of Law
Columbia University
Former General Counsel
NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund
CIVIL RIGHTS
NAACP LEGAL DEFENSE & EDUCATIONAL FUND
Linda Greenhouse
Staff Writer
The New York Times
GOLDBERG, ARTHUR J.
Eugene Gressman
William Rand Kenan, Jr., Professor of Law
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
JUDICIAL CODE
MURPHY, FRANK
STAY OF EXECUTION
SUPREME COURT PRACTICE
Thomas C. Grey
Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
HIGHER LAW
Erwin N. Griswold
Partner
Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, Washington, D.C.
Former Dean
Harvard Law School
Former Solicitor General of the United States
SOLICITOR GENERAL
Gerald Gunther
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
DOWLING, NOEL T.
HAND, LEARNED
JUDICIAL REVIEW

Nathan Hakman
Professor of Political Science
State University of New York, Binghamton
INTEREST GROUP LITIGATION
Kermit L. Hall
Professor of History and Law
University of Florida
BOND, HUGH LENNOX
BREWER, DAVID J.
CAMPBELL, JOHN A.
CIRCUIT COURTS
CRANCH, WILLIAM
GRIER, ROBERT C.
GROSSCUP, PETER S.
HASTIE, WILLIAM HENRY
MORROW, WILLIAM W.
NELSON, SAMUEL
PARDEE, DON ALBERT
PETERS, RICHARD
POLK, JAMES KNOX
SAWYER, LORENZO
Catherine Hancock
Associate Professor of Law
Tulane University
CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY
FAY V. NOIA
NO-KNOCK ENTRY
PORNOGRAPHY
TOWNSEND V. SAIN
Louis Henkin
University Professor
Columbia University
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Harold W. Horowitz
Vice Chancellor for Faculty Relations and Professor of
Law
University of California, Los Angeles
CHOICE OF LAW
A. E. Dick Howard
White Burkett Miller Professor of Law and Public
Affairs
University of Virginia
BURGER COURT
MAGNA CARTA
Samuel P. Huntington
Director, Center for International Affairs
Eaton Professor of the Science of Government
Harvard University
CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS
James Willard Hurst
Vilas Professor of Law, Emeritus
University of Wisconsin, Madison
FREEDOM OF CONTRACT
TREASON
Harold M. Hyman
William P. Hobby Professor of History
Rice University
CHASE, SALMON P.
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1866 (FRAMING)
EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION
HABEAS CORPUS ACT OF 1863
JOHNSON, ANDREW
MILLIGAN, EX PARTE
SLAUGHTERHOUSE CASES
TEXAS V. WHITE
THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT (FRAMING)
VALLANDIGHAM, EX PARTE
WADE-DAVIS BILL
Clyde E. Jacobs
Professor of Political Science, Emeritus
University of California, Davis
ELEVENTH AMENDMENT
SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY
Henry V. Jaffa
Henry Salvatori Research Professor of Political
Philosophy
Claremont McKenna College and Claremont
Graduate School
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM
Alan R. Jones
Professor of History
Grinnell College
COOLEY, THOMAS M.
Sanford H. Kadish
Morrison Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS OF LAW, CRIMINAL

Yale Kamisar
Henry K. Ransom Professor of Law
University of Michigan
POLICE INTERROGATION AND CONFESSIONS
John Kaplan
Jackson Eli Reynolds Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
CLARK, TOM C.
DRUG REGULATION
EVIDENCE
HARMLESS ERROR
Kenneth L. Karst
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
ABSOLUTISM (FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND PRESS)
ACCESS TO THE COURTS
ADEQUATE STATE GROUNDS
AKE V. OKLAHOMA
ALEXANDER V. HOLMES COUNTY BOARD OF
EDUCATION
ALIEN
ALL DELIBERATE SPEED
ALLEN V. WRIGHT
ALLIED STRUCTURAL STEEL COMPANY V. SPANNAUS
AMBACH V. NORWICK
ANCILLARY JURISDICTION
APPEAL
APPELLATE JURISDICTION
ARNETT V. KENNEDY
ASHWANDER V. TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY
ATASCADERO STATE HOSPITAL V. SCANLON
BADGES OF SERVITUDE
BALDWIN V. FISH & GAME COMMISSION
BARROWS V. JACKSON
BELL V. MARYLAND
BEREA COLLEGE V. KENTUCKY
BIRTH CONTROL
BISHOP V. WOOD
BLUM V. YARETSKY
BOARD OF CURATORS V. HOROWITZ
BOARD OF EDUCATION V. PICO
BOARD OF REGENTS V. ROTH
BODDIE V. CONNECTICUT
BOLLING V. SHARPE
BOUNDS V. SMITH
BRANDEIS BRIEF
BREEDLOVE V. SUTTLES
BRIEF
BROADRICK V. OKLAHOMA
BROCKETT V. SPOKANE ARCADES, INC.
BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION
BROWN V. SOCIALIST WORKERS ’74 CAMPAIGN
COMMITTEE
BROWN V. UNITED STATES
BUCHANAN V. WARLEY
BUCK V. BELL
BURTON V. WILMINGTON PARKING AUTHORITY
CALIFANO V. GOLDFARB
CALIFANO V. WESTCOTT
CAREY V. POPULATION SERVICES INTERNATIONAL
CARROLL V. PRESIDENT AND COMMISSIONERS OF
PRINCESS ANNE
CENTRAL HUDSON GAS & ELECTRIC CORP. V. PUBLIC
SERVICE COMMISSION
CERTIFICATION
CERTIORARI, WRIT OF
CHILLING EFFECT
CITY COUNCIL OF LOS ANGELES V. TAXPAYERS FOR
VINCENT
CLAIMS COURT
CLEVELAND BOARD OF EDUCATION V. LAFLEUR
COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM, INC. V. FEDERAL
COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
COLUMBUS BOARD OF EDUCATION V. PENICK
COMITY, JUDICIAL
COMMERCE COURT
COMPANION CASE
COMPELLING STATE INTEREST
CONFERENCE
CONSENT DECREE
CONSTITUTIONAL COURT
COOPER V. AARON
CORNELIUS V. NAACP LEGAL DEFENSE AND
EDUCATIONAL FUND, INC.
COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS
COURT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE
COURT OF MILITARY APPEALS
CRAIG V. BOREN
CRAWFORD V. BOARD OF EDUCATION
DANDRIDGE V. WILLIAMS
DE FACTO/DE JURE
DEFUNIS V. ODEGAARD
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE V. MURRY
DIVORCE AND THE CONSTITUTION
DOCTRINE
DOUGLAS V. CALIFORNIA
DUN & BRADSTREET, INC. V. GREENMOSS BUILDERS,
INC.
DUNN V. BLUMSTEIN
EDWARDS V. CALIFORNIA
EFFECTS ON COMMERCE
EISENSTADT V. BAIRD

EMERGENCY COURT OF APPEALS
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
(EEOC) V. WYOMING
EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWS
ERROR, WRIT OF
EUTHANASIA
EVANS V. ABNEY
EVITTS V. LUCEY
FEDERAL COURTS IMPROVEMENT ACT
FERGUSON V. SKRUPA
FINAL JUDGMENT RULE
FLAGG BROS., INC. V. BROOKS
FOLEY V. CONNELIE
FREEDMAN V. MARYLAND
FREEDOM OF INTIMATE ASSOCIATION
FRONTIERO V. RICHARDSON
FULLILOVE V. KLUTZNICK
FUNDAMENTAL INTERESTS
GARCIA V. SAN ANTONIO METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
AUTHORITY
GOESAERT V. CLEARY
GOLDBERG V. KELLY
GOLDWATER V. CARTER
GOMILLION V. LIGHTFOOT
GOSS V. LOPEZ
GRACE V. UNITED STATES
GRAHAM V. RICHARDSON
GRANDFATHER CLAUSE
GRAY V. SANDERS
GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. V. COTTRELL
GREEN V. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD OF NEW KENT
COUNTY
GRIFFIN V. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD OF PRINCE
EDWARD COUNTY
GRIFFIN V. ILLINOIS
GRISWOLD V. CONNECTICUT
GROVEY V. TOWNSEND
GULF OF TONKIN RESOLUTION
HAMPTON V. MOW SUN WONG
HARPER V. VIRGINIA BOARD OF ELECTIONS
HARRIS V. MCRAE
HART, HENRY M., JR.
HAWAII HOUSING AUTHORITY V. MIDKIFF
HEART OF ATLANTA MOTEL V. UNITED STATES
HEFFRON V. INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR KRISHNA
CONSCIOUSNESS, INC.
HILLS V. GAUTREAUX
HINES V. DAVIDOWITZ
HODEL V. VIRGINIA SURFACE MINING AND
RECLAMATION ASSOCIATION
HODGSON AND THOMPSON V. BOWERBANK
HOSTILE AUDIENCE
HYDE AMENDMENT
ILLEGITIMACY
IMMIGRATION AND ALIENAGE (with Gerald P. Lo’ pez)
INDIGENT
INGRAHAM V. WRIGHT
INTERLOCUTORY
INVIDIOUS DISCRIMINATION
IRREBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION
JACKSON V. METROPOLITAN EDISON CO.
JAMES V. VALTIERRA
JAPANESE AMERICAN CASES
JUDICIARY ACT OF 1875
KALVEN, HARRY, JR.
KEYES V. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1
KRAMER V. UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15
LALLI V. LALLI
LARSON V. VALENTE
LEARY V. UNITED STATES
LEAST RESTRICTIVE MEANS TEST
LEE, UNITED STATES V.
LEGISLATIVE COURT
LEGISLATIVE FACTS
LEVY V. LOUISIANA
LITERACY TEST
LORETTO V. TELEPROMPTER MANHATTAN CATV
CORP.
LOVING V. VIRGINIA
MAHAN V. HOWELL
MAHER V. ROE
MARRIAGE AND THE CONSTITUTION
MASSACHUSETTS BOARD OF RETIREMENT V. MURGIA
MATHEWS V. ELDRIDGE
MEMORANDUM ORDER
MEMPHIS V. GREENE
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. V. WARD
MEYER V. NEBRASKA
MICHAEL M. V. SUPERIOR COURT
MILLIKEN V. BRADLEY
MISCEGENATION
MISSISSIPPI UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN V. HOGAN
MISSOURI EX REL. GAINES V. CANADA
MOBILE V. BOLDEN
MOORE V. CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND
MOORE V. DEMPSEY
MOOSE LODGE #107 V. IRVIS
MORGAN V. VIRGINIA
NAACP V. ALABAMA
NEW HAMPSHIRE SUPREME COURT V. PIPER
NEW ORLEANS V. DUKES
NEW YORK V. FERBER
NIXON, UNITED STATES V.
NIXON V. CONDON
NIXON V. FITZGERALD
NIXON V. HERNDON
NORTHERN PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY V.
MARATHON PIPE LINE COMPANY

O’BRIEN, UNITED STATES V.
O’CONNOR V. DONALDSON
ORAL ARGUMENT
ORIGINAL JURISDICTION
OSBORN V. BANK OF THE UNITED STATES (with
Leonard W. Levy)
O’SHEA V. LITTLETON
OYAMA V. CALIFORNIA
PALMORE V. SIDOTI
PARHAM V. J. R.
PAUL V. DAVIS
PENDENT JURISDICTION
PENN CENTRAL TRANSPORTATION CO. V. NEW YORK
CITY
PENNHURST STATE SCHOOL & HOSPITAL V.
HALDERMAN
PENUMBRA THEORY
PERRY EDUCATION ASSOCIATION V. PERRY LOCAL
EDUCATORS’ ASSOCIATION
PERSON
PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR OF MASSACHUSETTS V.
FEENEY
PIERCE V. SOCIETY OF SISTERS
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL MISSOURI V.
DANFORTH
PLYLER V. DOE
POLICE DEPARTMENT OF CHICAGO V. MOSLEY
POLL TAX
POLYGAMY
PRECEDENT
PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES
PROHIBITION, WRIT OF
PRUNEYARD SHOPPING CENTER V. ROBBINS
PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS
PUBLIC UTILITY HOLDING COMPANY ACT
RACIAL BALANCE
RACIAL QUOTAS
RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY V. NEW YORK
RATIONAL BASIS
REAL EVIDENCE
REGAN V. WALD
REGENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA V. BAKKE
REHEARING
REITMAN V. MULKEY
REMAND
RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS
RES JUDICATA
RESTRICTIVE COVENANT
REYNOLDS V. SIMS
RIGHT OF PRIVACY
RIGHT-PRIVILEGE DISTINCTION (with Dennis J.
Mahoney)
RIGHT TO TRAVEL
RIZZO V. GOODE
ROE V. WADE
ROSS V. MOFFITT
ROSTKER V. GOLDBERG
RULE OF FOUR
RUNYON V. MCCRARY
SAN ANTONIO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT V.
RODRIGUEZ
SCHAD V. MOUNT EPHRAIM
SCHOOL BUSING
SEGREGATION
SEPARATE BUT EQUAL DOCTRINE
SERRANO V. PRIEST
SEVERABILITY
SEXUAL PREFERENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION
SHAPIRO V. THOMPSON
SHELLEY V. KRAEMER
SHOPPING CENTERS
SIPUEL V. OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF REGENTS
SIT-IN
SKINNER V. OKLAHOMA
SMITH V. ALLWRIGHT
SOSNA V. IOWA
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. V. ARIZONA
SPECIAL MASTER
STANDARD OF REVIEW
STATE ACTION-BEYOND RACE
STERILIZATION
STRICT SCRUTINY
SUGARMAN V. DOUGALL
SUSPECT CLASSIFICATION
SWANN V. CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG BOARD OF
EDUCATION
SWEATT V. PAINTER
TAKAHASHI V. FISH AND GAME COMMISSION
TAX COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
TAYLOR V. LOUISIANA
TERM (SUPREME COURT)
TERRITORIAL COURT
TERRY V. ADAMS
THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT (JUDICIAL
INTERPRETATION)
THOMAS V. REVIEW BOARD
THOMAS V. UNION CARBIDE AGRICULTURAL
PRODUCTS CO.
THREE-JUDGE COURT
TINKER V. DES MOINES INDEPENDENT COMMUNITY
SCHOOL DISTRICT
TOOMER V. WITSELL
TOTH, UNITED STATES EX REL., V. QUARLES
TREATY OF GUADALUPE HIDALGO (with Gerald P.
Lo’ pez)
TRIMBLE V. GORDON
TUCKER ACT
TUITION GRANTS

UNCONSTITUTIONALITY
UNITED JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS V. CAREY
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE
FEDERAL CIRCUIT
UNITED STATES TRUST CO. V. NEW JERSEY
VACCINATION
VALLEY FORGE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE V. AMERICANS
UNITED FOR SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE
VENUE
VLANDIS V. KLINE
WAINWRIGHT V. SYKES
WALKER V. BIRMINGHAM
WARD V. ILLINOIS
WATKINS V. UNITED STATES
WAYTE V. UNITED STATES
WENGLER V. DRUGGISTS MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANY
WESBERRY V. SANDERS
WHALEN V. ROE
WIDMAR V. VINCENT
WILLIAMS V. VERMONT
YOUNGER V. HARRIS
ZABLOCKI V. REDHAIL
Don B. Kates, Jr.
Attorney
Benenson & Kates, San Francisco
SECOND AMENDMENT
Andrew L. Kaufman
Charles Stebbins Fairchild Professor of Law
Harvard Law School
CARDOZO, BENJAMIN N.
David Kaye
Professor of Law
Arizona State University
SOCIAL SCIENCE IN CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION
(with Hans Zeisel)
Morton Keller
Spector Professor of History
Brandeis University
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1877-1901
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1901-1921
James H. Kettner
Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
CITIZENSHIP (HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT)
Edward Keynes
Professor of Political Science
Pennsylvania State University
VIETNAM WAR
Louis W. Koenig
Professor of Political Science
New York University
CABINET
Donald P. Kommers
Professor of Government and International Studies
University of Notre Dame
REGULATORY AGENCIES
SUBJECTS OF COMMERCE
SUPREMACY CLAUSE
Sheldon Krantz
Professor of Law and Dean of the School of Law
University of San Diego
CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT
James E. Krier
Professor of Law
University of Michigan
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND THE
CONSTITUTION
Samuel Krislov
Professor of Political Science
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
AMICUS CURIAE
‘‘ULYSSES,’’ ONE BOOK ENTITLED, UNITED STATES V.
Philip B. Kurland
William R. Kenan Distinguished Service Professor
University of Chicago
APPOINTING AND REMOVAL POWER, PRESIDENTIAL
EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE
IMPOUNDMENT OF FUNDS
PARDONING POWER
PRESIDENTIAL POWERS
Stanley I. Kutler
Fox Professor of American Institutions
University of Wisconsin, Madison
BAILEY V. DREXEL FURNITURE CO.
BRADLEY, JOSEPH P.
BUNTING V. OREGON

BUTLER, PIERCE (1866-1939)
CATRON, JOHN
CHARLES RIVER BRIDGE V. WARREN BRIDGE
COMPANY
CHILD LABOR AMENDMENT
CLIFFORD, NATHAN
CURTIS, BENJAMIN R.
DAVIS, DAVID
DAY, WILLIAM R.
EAKIN V. RAUB
EXECUTIVE ORDERS 9835 AND 10450
GIBSON, JOHN BANNISTER
HAMMER V. DAGENHART
HUNT, WARD
KEATING-OWEN CHILD LABOR ACT
KENT V. DULLES
LEGAL TENDER CASES
MATTHEWS, STANLEY
MCREYNOLDS, JAMES C.
MISSISSIPPI V. JOHNSON
MULLER V. OREGON
PITNEY, MAHLON
SANFORD, EDWARD T.
STRONG, WILLIAM
SWAYNE, NOAH H.
TRUAX V. CORRIGAN
VAN DEVANTER, WILLIS
WEST COAST HOTEL COMPANY V. PARRISH
Wayne R. LaFave
David C. Baum Professor of Law
Professor in the Center for Advanced Study
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
SEARCH AND SEIZURE
Jacob W. Landynski
Professor of Political Science
New School for Social Research
ADMINISTRATIVE SEARCH
AGNELLO V. UNITED STATES
AGUILAR V. TEXAS
ALMEIDA-SANCHEZ V. UNITED STATES
AUTOMOBILE SEARCH
BORDER SEARCH
BRINEGAR V. UNITED STATES
CALANDRA, UNITED STATES V.
CAMARA V. MUNICIPAL COURT
CARROLL V. UNITED STATES
CHIMEL V. CALIFORNIA
CONSENT SEARCH
DRAPER V. UNITED STATES
ELKINS V. UNITED STATES
EXIGENT CIRCUMSTANCES SEARCH
INFORMANT’S TIP
KER V. CALIFORNIA
MAPP V. OHIO
MARSHALL V. BARLOW’S, INC.
PLAIN VIEW DOCTRINE
ROBINSON, UNITED STATES V.
SCHNECKLOTH V. BUSTAMONTE
SEARCH INCIDENT TO ARREST
SILVER PLATTER DOCTRINE
SILVERTHORNE LUMBER CO. V. UNITED STATES
SPINELLI V. UNITED STATES
STONE V. POWELL
TERRY V. OHIO
UNREASONABLE SEARCH
WEEKS V. UNITED STATES
WOLF V. COLORADO
WONG SUN V. UNITED STATES
WYMAN V. JAMES
William Letwin
Professor of Economics
London School of Economics and Political Science
ECONOMIC REGULATION
EVIDENTIARY PRIVILEGE
Betsy Levin
Professor of Law and Dean of the Law School
University of Colorado
EDUCATION AND THE CONSTITUTION
Leonard W. Levy
Andrew W. Mellon All-Claremont Professor of the
Humanities
Chairman, Graduate Faculty of History
Claremont Graduate School
ADAIR V. UNITED STATES
ADAMSON V. CALIFORNIA
ADKINS V. CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
AGUILAR V. FELTON
ALBERTSON V. SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES CONTROL
BOARD
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY V. CANTER
ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION
ASHTON V. CAMERON COUNTY WATER IMPROVEMENT
DISTRICT
BALDWIN V. NEW YORK
BANCROFT, GEORGE
BANK OF AUGUSTA V. EARLE
BARRON V. CITY OF BALTIMORE
BAYARD V. SINGLETON

BEDFORD CUT STONE COMPANY V. JOURNEYMEN
STONECUTTERS ASSOCIATION
BILL OF RIGHTS (ENGLISH)
BILL OF RIGHTS (UNITED STATES)
BLASPHEMY
BOLLMAN, EX PARTE, V. SWARTWOUT
BOSTON BEER COMPANY V. MASSACHUSETTS
BOWMAN V. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY
COMPANY
BOYD V. UNITED STATES
BRADWELL V. ILLINOIS
BREITHAUPT V. ABRAM
BREWER V. WILLIAMS
BRISCOE V. BANK OF COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY
BRONSON V. KINZIE
BROWN V. MARYLAND
BROWN V. MISSISSIPPI
BROWN V. WALKER
BURSTYN, INC. V. WILSON
BUTCHER’S UNION SLAUGHTERHOUSE V. CRESCENT
CITY SLAUGHTERHOUSE
BUTLER, UNITED STATES V.
BUTLER V. MICHIGAN
CALDER V. BULL
CARTER V. CARTER COAL CO.
CATO’S LETTERS
CHAMBERS V. FLORIDA
CHAMBERS V. MARONEY
CHAMPION AND DICKASON V. CASEY
CHANDLER V. FLORIDA
CHEROKEE INDIAN CASES
CHISHOLM V. GEORGIA
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1875
CIVIL RIGHTS CASES
CLARK, CHARLES E.
COHENS V. VIRGINIA
COLGATE V. HARVEY
COLLECTOR V. DAY
COMMITTEE FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION AND RELIGIOUS
LIBERTY V. NYQUIST
COMMONWEALTH V. AVES
COMMONWEALTH V. CATON
CONCORD TOWN MEETING RESOLUTIONS
CONFIRMATIO CARTARUM
CONNALLY, THOMAS T.
CONSTITUTION
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1776-1789
CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
COOLEY V. BOARD OF WARDENS OF PORT OF
PHILADELPHIA
COOPER, THOMAS
CORFIELD V. CORYELL
COUNSELMAN V. HITCHCOCK
CRAIG V. MISSOURI
CRUIKSHANK, UNITED STATES V.
DANE, NATHAN
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE V. WOODWARD
DEBS, IN RE
DIFRANCESCO, UNITED STATES V.
DIRKSEN, EVERETT M.
DODGE V. WOOLSEY
DUE PROCESS OF LAW
DU PONCEAU, PETER S.
EDWARDS V. ARIZONA
EMBARGO ACTS
ENMUND V. FLORIDA
ENTRAPMENT DEFENSE
ERVIN, SAMUEL J.
ESTABLISHMENT OF RELIGION
ESTELLE V. SMITH
EUCLID V. AMBLER REALTY COMPANY
EVARTS, WILLIAM MAXWELL
EXCLUSIONARY RULE
FAIR RETURN ON FAIR VALUE
FEDERAL COMMON LAW OF CRIMES
FIELD V. CLARK
FIRST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS, DECLARATION AND
RESOLVES OF
FISKE, JOHN
FLETCHER V. PECK
FUNDAMENTAL ORDERS OF CONNECTICUT
FURNEAUX, PHILIP
GARRITY V. NEW JERSEY
GELPCKE V. DUBUQUE
GERTZ V. ROBERT WELCH, INC.
GIBBONS V. OGDEN
GLOBE NEWSPAPER COMPANY V. SUPERIOR COURT
GODFREY V. GEORGIA
GOOD FAITH EXCEPTION
GOUDY, WILLIAM CHARLES
GRAVES V. NEW YORK EX REL. O’KEEFE
GREAT COMPROMISE
GREEN V. BIDDLE
GRIFFIN V. CALIFORNIA
GROSJEAN V. AMERICAN PRESS CO., INC.
HABEAS CORPUS ACT OF 1679
HAIG V. AGEE
HAINES, CHARLES G.
HAND, AUGUSTUS N.
HARRIS, UNITED STATES V.
HARTFORD CONVENTION
HAYBURN’S CASE
HAYNES V. WASHINGTON
HOFFA V. UNITED STATES
HOLDEN V. HARDY

HOLMES V. WALTON
HOME BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION V. BLAISDELL
HOUSTON, CHARLES H.
HOWARD, JACOB M.
HUMPHREY, HUBERT H.
HUMPHREY’S EXECUTOR V. UNITED STATES
HURTADO V. CALIFORNIA
HYLTON V. UNITED STATES
ILLINOIS V. GATES
IMMUNITY GRANT (SELF-INCRIMINATION)
INALIENABLE POLICE POWER
INCORPORATION DOCTRINE
JACOBS, IN RE
JENKINS V. ANDERSON
JOHNS, UNITED STATES V.
JOHNSON V. LOUISIANA
JONES V. SECURITIES & EXCHANGE COMMISSION
JUDGE PETERS, UNITED STATES V.
JUDICIARY ACT OF 1801
JUDICIARY ACTS OF 1802
KASTIGAR V. UNITED STATES
KEMMLER, IN RE
KIDD V. PEARSON
KILBOURN V. THOMPSON
KIRSCHBAUM V. WALLING
KOLENDER V. LAWSON
LA FOLLETTE, ROBERT M.
LAMONT V. POSTMASTER GENERAL OF THE UNITED
STATES
LARKIN V. GRENDEL’S DEN, INCORPORATED
LEISY V. HARDIN
LICENSE CASES
LILBURNE, JOHN
LOAN ASSOCIATION V. TOPEKA
LOEWE V. LAWLOR
LOUISVILLE JOINT STOCK LAND BANK V. RADFORD
LYNCH V. DONNELLY
MACDONALD, UNITED STATES V.
MADDEN V. KENTUCKY
MADISON’S ‘‘MEMORIAL AND REMONSTRANCE’’
MADISON’S NOTES OF THE DEBATES
MALLOY V. HOGAN
MANDAMUS, WRIT OF
MARBURY V. MADISON
MARCHETTI V. UNITED STATES
MARSH V. CHAMBERS
MARSHALL COURT
MARTIN V. HUNTER’S LESSEE
MARTIN V. MOTT
MARYLAND TOLERATION ACT
MASSACHUSETTS BAY, COLONIAL CHARTERS OF
MASSACHUSETTS CIRCULAR LETTER
MASSACHUSETTS CONSTITUTION
MAXWELL V. DOW
MAYOR OF NEW YORK V. MILN
MCCULLOCH V. MARYLAND
MCKEIVER V. PENNSYLVANIA
MCLAUGHLIN, ANDREW C.
MEIKLEJOHN, ALEXANDER
MICHIGAN V. SUMMERS
MILLETT V. PEOPLE OF ILLINOIS
MINNESOTA V. BARBER
MINOR V. HAPPERSETT
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MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD V. HUMES
MOREHEAD V. NEW YORK EX REL. TIPALDO
MUELLER V. ALLEN
MURRAY’S LESSEE V. HOBOKEN LAND &
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
NEAL V. DELAWARE
NEW JERSEY V. WILSON
NEW JERSEY COLONIAL CHARTERS
NEW JERSEY PLAN
NEW YORK V. QUARLES
NEW YORK CHARTER OF LIBERTIES AND PRIVILEGES
NIX V. WILLIAMS
NORRIS V. ALABAMA
NORTHWESTERN FERTILIZER CO. V. HYDE PARK
NORTHWEST ORDINANCE
OGDEN V. SAUNDERS
OLIVER, IN RE
OLIVER V. UNITED STATES
OREGON V. ELSTAD
OROZCO V. TEXAS
OSBORN V. BANK OF THE UNITED STATES (with
Kenneth L. Karst)
OVERT ACTS TEST
PACE V. ALABAMA
PALKO V. CONNECTICUT
PANAMA REFINING CO. V. RYAN
PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGE
PASSENGER CASES
PAYTON V. NEW YORK
PENNSYLVANIA COLONIAL CHARTERS
PENNSYLVANIA CONSTITUTION OF 1776
PENSACOLA TELEGRAPH CO. V. WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH CO.
PEOPLE V. CROSWELL
PETITION OF RIGHT
PHILADELPHIA & READING RAILROAD CO. V.
PENNSYLVANIA
PIQUA BRANCH OF THE STATE BANK OF OHIO V.
KNOOP
PLESSY V. FERGUSON
POINTER V. TEXAS
POLLOCK V. FARMERS’ LOAN & TRUST CO.

PREFERRED FREEDOMS
PRICE, UNITED STATES V.
PRODUCTION
PROPELLER GENESEE CHIEF V. FITZHUGH
PROVIDENCE BANK V. BILLINGS
PUBLIC FIGURE
RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD V. ALTON RAILWAY
COMPANY
RAWLE, WILLIAM
REAGAN V. FARMERS’ LOAN & TRUST CO.
REESE V. UNITED STATES
RESERVED POLICE POWER
REYNOLDS V. UNITED STATES
RHODE ISLAND V. INNES
RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS,
CHARTER OF
RIGHT AGAINST SELF-INCRIMINATION
ROANE, SPENCER
ROBERTS V. CITY OF BOSTON
ROCHIN V. CALIFORNIA
ROGERS V. RICHMOND
ROSS, UNITED STATES V.
RULE OF REASON
RUMMEL V. ESTELLE
RUTGERS V. WADDINGTON
SCHALL V. MARTIN
SCHECHTER POULTRY CORP. V. UNITED STATES
SCHMERBER V. CALIFORNIA
SCHROEDER, THEODORE
SELECTIVE EXCLUSIVENESS
SHAW, LEMUEL
SIMS’ CASE
SINKING FUND CASES
SOCIAL COMPACT THEORY
SOLEM V. HELM
SONZINSKY V. UNITED STATES
SOUTH DAKOTA V. NEVILLE
SPRINGER V. UNITED STATES
STAMP ACT CONGRESS, RESOLUTIONS OF
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STONE V. FARMERS’ LOAN & TRUST CO.
STONE V. MISSISSIPPI
STRAUDER V. WEST VIRGINIA
STUART V. LAIRD
STURGES V. CROWNINSHIELD
SULLIVAN, UNITED STATES V.
SUPREME COURT, 1789-1801
TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION
TENNESSEE V. GARNER
TEN POUND ACT CASES
TERRETT V. TAYLOR
TESTIMONIAL AND NONTESTIMONIAL COMPULSION
TEST OATH CASES
TEXAS V. BROWN
THORNTON V. CALDOR, INC.
TIEDEMAN, CHRISTOPHER G.
TOLERATION ACT
TREVETT V. WEEDEN
TUCKER, ST. GEORGE
TWINING V. NEW JERSEY
TWO SOVEREIGNTIES RULE
ULLMAN V. UNITED STATES
UNITED RAILWAYS & ELECTRIC CO. OF BALTIMORE V.
WEST
VAN HORNE’S LESSEE V. DORRANCE
VEAZIE BANK V. FENNO
VERMONT CONSTITUTION OF 1777
VIRGINIA CHARTER OF 1606
VIRGINIA DECLARATION OF RIGHTS AND
CONSTITUTION OF 1776
VIRGINIA PLAN
VIRGINIA STATUTE OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
VON HOLST, HERMANN EDUARD
WALKER, TIMOTHY
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WARREN, CHARLES
WELSH V. WISCONSIN
WESTON V. CITY COUNCIL OF CHARLESTON
WHEELER, BURTON K.
WICKARD V. FILBURN
WILLIAMS V. FLORIDA
WILLIAMS V. MISSISSIPPI
WILLSON V. BLACK BIRD CREEK MARSH CO.
WONG KIM ARK, UNITED STATES V.
WOODRUFF V. PARHAM
WORTMAN, TUNIS
WRIGHT V. VINTON BRANCH OF MOUNTAIN TRUST
BANK OF ROANOKE
WRIGHTWOOD DAIRY CO., UNITED STATES V.
WYNEHAMER V. PEOPLE OF NEW YORK
YARBROUGH, EX PARTE
YBARRA V. ILLINOIS
YELLOW DOG CONTRACT
YICK WO V. HOPKINS
ZENGER’S CASE
Wendy E. Levy
Deputy District Attorney
Los Angeles County
BARKER V. WINGO
KLOPFER V. NORTH CAROLINA
MCNABB-MALLORY RULE

Anthony Lewis
Columnist
The New York Times
Lecturer on Law
Harvard Law School
GIDEON V. WAINWRIGHT
PUBLIC TRIAL
WARREN, EARL
Hans A. Linde
Justice
Supreme Court of Oregon
STATE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Charles Lister
Attorney
Covington & Burling, Washington, D.C.
HARLAN, JOHN MARSHALL (1899-1971)
Charles A. Lofgren
Crocker Professor of American Politics and History
Claremont McKenna College
CURTISS-WRIGHT EXPORT CORPORATION, UNITED
STATES V.
KOREAN WAR
MISSOURI V. HOLLAND
NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES V. USERY
WAR POWERS
Gerald P. Lo’pez
Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
CITIZENSHIP (THEORY)
IMMIGRATION AND ALIENAGE (with Kenneth L. Karst)
TREATY OF GUADALUPE HIDALGO (with Kenneth L.
Karst)
TREATY ON THE EXECUTION OF PENAL SENTENCES
Richard Loss
Evanston, Illinois
CORWIN, EDWARD S.
Daniel H. Lowenstein
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
HATCH ACT
Theodore J. Lowi
John L. Senior Professor of American Institutions
Cornell University
POLITICAL PARTIES
Dennis J. Mahoney
Assistant Professor of Political Science
California State University, San Bernardino
ADAMS, SAMUEL
ADVICE AND CONSENT
AMNESTY
APTHEKER V. SECRETARY OF STATE
ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT OF ANDREW JOHNSON
ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT OF RICHARD M. NIXON
ASSOCIATION, THE
ATTAINDER OF TREASON
BAILEY V. ALABAMA
BALDWIN, ABRAHAM
BAREFOOT V. ESTELLE
BASSETT, RICHARD
BEACON THEATRES, INC. V. WESTOVER
BEARD, CHARLES A.
BECKER AMENDMENT
BEDFORD, GUNNING, JR.
BENIGN RACIAL CLASSIFICATION
BEVERIDGE, ALBERT J.
BICAMERALISM
BILL OF ATTAINDER
BILL OF CREDIT
BLAINE AMENDMENT
BLAIR, JOHN
BLOUNT, WILLIAM
BLUE RIBBON JURY
BOB JONES UNIVERSITY V. UNITED STATES
BORROWING POWER
BREARLY, DAVID
BRICKER AMENDMENT
BROAD CONSTRUCTION
BROOM, JACOB
BROWN V. ALLEN
BRYCE, JAMES
BUDGET
BUDGET AND ACCOUNTING ACT
BURGESS, JOHN W.
BURR, AARON
BUTLER, PIERCE (1744-1822)
CAPITATION TAXES
CARROLL, DANIEL
CARY, JOHN W.
CEASE AND DESIST ORDER
CHIPMAN, NATHANIEL
CLOSED SHOP

CLOTURE
CLYMER, GEORGE
COKER V. GEORGIA
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
COMMONWEALTH STATUS
COMMUNICATIONS ACT
CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
CONCURRING OPINION
CONFEDERATE CONSTITUTION
CONGRESSIONAL PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1977-1985
CORWIN AMENDMENT
CRAMER V. UNITED STATES
CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT
CROLY, HERBERT
DAIRY QUEEN, INC. V. WOOD
DALLAS, ALEXANDER J.
DAYTON, JONATHAN
DECISION
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
DICKINSON, JOHN
DIES, MARTIN
DISSENTING OPINION
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
DUANE, JAMES
DULANY, DANIEL
ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ACT
EIGHTEENTH AMENDMENT
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.
EX PARTE
EXPOSITION AND PROTEST
FARRAND, MAX
FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ACTS
FEDERAL ENERGY AGENCY V. ALGONQUIN SNG, INC.
FEW, WILLIAM
FITZSIMONS, THOMAS
FORD, GERALD R.
FRAENKEL, OSMOND K.
FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN
FREEPORT DOCTRINE
FRIES’ REBELLION
FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
GALLATIN, ALBERT
GARLAND, AUGUSTUS H.
GILES, WILLIAM B.
GILMAN, NICHOLAS
GOOD BEHAVIOR
GOODNOW, FRANK J.
GORHAM, NATHANIEL
GOVERNMENT INSTRUMENTALITY
GRAMM-RUDMAN-HOLLINGS ACT
GROUNDS OF OPINION
GUINN V. UNITED STATES
HAMPTON & CO. V. UNITED STATES
HAUPT V. UNITED STATES
HENRY, PATRICK
HICKLIN V. ORBECK
HOLDING
HOMESTEAD ACT
HOOVER, HERBERT C.
HOOVER, J. EDGAR
HUNTER V. ERICKSON
HUTCHINSON, THOMAS
IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE V.
CHADHA
INCORPORATION OF TERRITORIES
INFAMY
IN FORMA PAUPERIS
INGERSOLL, JARED
INITIATIVE
IN PERSONAM
IN RE
IN REM
INSULAR CASES
INTERSTATE COMPACT
JAY’S TREATY
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS
JOHNSON, THOMAS
JOHNSON, WILLIAM SAMUEL
JOHNSON V. AVERY
JOINT RESOLUTIONS
JUDGMENT
JUS DARE
JUS DICERE
KENNEDY, ROBERT F.
KING, RUFUS
KUNZ V. NEW YORK
LANGDON, JOHN
LANSING, JOHN, JR.
LASKI, HAROLD J.
LEE, RICHARD HENRY
LEGISLATIVE CONTEMPT POWER
LETTERS OF MARQUE AND REPRISAL
LINCOLN, LEVI
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT R., JR.
LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM
LODGE, HENRY CABOT
MACON, NATHANIEL
MASON, GEORGE
MASSACHUSETTS V. LAIRD
MCHENRY, JAMES
MCILWAIN, CHARLES H.
MIFFLIN, THOMAS
MINISTERIAL ACT
MONROE, JAMES
MONROE DOCTRINE

MONTESQUIEU
MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR
MORRIS, ROBERT
MURPHY V. FLORIDA
MURPHY V. FORD
MURRAY, WILLIAM
NATIONAL SECURITY ACT
NIXON V. ADMINISTRATOR OF GENERAL SERVICES
NORRIS, GEORGE W.
NOXIOUS PRODUCTS DOCTRINE
OBLIGATION OF CONTRACTS
OPINION OF THE COURT
ORDINANCE OF 1784
PAINE, THOMAS
PALMER RAIDS
PANAMA CANAL TREATIES
PENDLETON, EDMUND
PENDLETON ACT
PENN, WILLIAM
PEREZ V. UNITED STATES
PETIT JURY
PHILADELPHIA V. NEW JERSEY
PICKERING, JOHN
PIERCE, WILLIAM
PINCKNEY, CHARLES
PINCKNEY, CHARLES COTESWORTH
PINCKNEY PLAN
PITT, WILLIAM
PLURALITY OPINION
POCKET VETO
POCKET VETO CASE
POLICE POWER
POSSE COMITATUS ACT
POWELL, THOMAS REED
POWELL V. MCCORMACK
PRATT, CHARLES
PREAMBLE
PRIVACY ACT
PRIVILEGE FROM ARREST
PRIVY COUNCIL
PROHIBITION
QUIRIN, EX PARTE
RANDOLPH, EDMUND
RATIFICATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
RATIO DECIDENDI
READ, GEORGE
RECALL
REFERENDUM
REID V. COVERT
RETROACTIVITY OF LEGISLATION
REVENUE SHARING
RIGHT-PRIVILEGE DISTINCTION (with Kenneth L.
Karst)
RODNEY, CAESAR A.
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE
RUTLEDGE, JOHN
SCHICK V. REED
SCHNELL V. DAVIS
SCHOULER, JAMES
SEDITION
SELECTIVE DRAFT LAW CASES
SELECTIVE SERVICE ACTS
SERIATIM
SEVENTEENTH AMENDMENT
SEVENTH AMENDMENT
SHAYS’ REBELLION
SHERMAN, ROGER
SMITH, J. ALLEN
SOUNDTRUCKS AND AMPLIFIERS
SOVEREIGNTY
SPAIGHT, RICHARD DOBBS
SPOT RESOLUTIONS
STARE DECISIS
STATE
STATES’ RIGHTS
STATES’ RIGHTS AMENDMENTS
SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITY
SWAIN V. ALABAMA
TAFT, ROBERT A.
TAYLOR, JOHN
TERRITORY
THIRD AMENDMENT
THORPE, FRANCIS N.
TITLES OF NOBILITY
TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS DE
TOWNSHEND ACTS
TROP V. DULLES
TUCKER, HENRY ST. GEORGE
TUCKER, JOHN RANDOLPH
TUCKER, N. BEVERLEY
TWELFTH AMENDMENT
TWENTIETH AMENDMENT
TWENTY-FIFTH AMENDMENT
TWENTY-FIRST AMENDMENT
TWENTY-FOURTH AMENDMENT
TWENTY-SECOND AMENDMENT
TWENTY-SIXTH AMENDMENT
TWENTY-THIRD AMENDMENT
VATTEL, EMERICH DE
VOLSTEAD ACT
WAR POWERS ACTS
WASHINGTON, GEORGE
WASHINGTON’S FAREWELL ADDRESS
WEEMS V. UNITED STATES
WELFARE BENEFITS
WILLIAMSON, HUGH
WILLIAMSON V. LEE OPTICAL CO.
WILLOUGHBY, WESTEL W.
WILSON, WOODROW
YATES, ROBERT
YOUNG, EX PARTE
ZEMEL V. RUSK
Daniel R. Mandelker
Stamper Professor of Law
Washington University, St. Louis
ZONING (with Barbara Ross)
Everett E. Mann, Jr.
Associate Professor of Public Policy and
Administration
California State College, Bakersfield
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
Burke Marshall
Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Professor of Law
Yale Law School
Former Solicitor General of the United States
ATTORNEY GENERAL AND DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Alpheus Thomas Mason
McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence, Emeritus
Princeton University
ROBERTS, OWEN J.
STONE, HARLAN F.
TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD
Charles W. McCurdy
Associate Professor of History and Law
University of Virginia
BLATCHFORD, SAMUEL
FIELD, STEPHEN J.
FULLER, MELVILLE W.
GRAY, HORACE
JACKSON, HOWELL E.
LAMAR, L. Q. C.
MILLER, SAMUEL F.
MONETARY POWER
PECKHAM, RUFUS W.
SHIRAS, GEORGE, JR.
WAITE COURT
WOODS, WILLIAM B.
Gary L. McDowell
Associate Professor of Political Science
Newcomb College of Tulane University
CONGRESS AND THE SUPREME COURT
Carl McGowan
Senior judge
United States Court of Appeals for the District of
Columbia Circuit
UNITED STATES COURTS OF APPEALS
Robert B. McKay
Professor of Law
New York University
REAPPORTIONMENT
Daniel J. Meador
James Monroe Professor of Law
University of Virginia
COKE, EDWARD
Bernard D. Meltzer
Distinguished Service Professor of Law, Emeritus
University of Chicago
RIGHT-TO-WORK LAWS
Wallace Mendelson
Professor of Government
University of Texas, Austin
CONTRACT CLAUSE
Frank I. Michelman
Professor of Law
Harvard Law School
PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS OF LAW, CIVIL
Abner J. Mikva
Judge
U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia
Circuit
PREVENTIVE DETENTION
Arthur S. Miller
Professor of Law, Emeritus
George Washington University
CONSTITUTIONAL REASON OF STATE
CORPORATIONS AND THE CONSTITUTION

Paul J. Mishkin
Emanuel S. Heller Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
HABEAS CORPUS
Robert H. Mnookin
Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS
GAULT, IN RE
GINSBERG V. NEW YORK
JUVENILE PROCEEDINGS
Henry P. Monaghan
Thomas Macioce Professor of Law
Columbia University
CONSTITUTIONAL COMMON LAW
Donald G. Morgan
Professor of Politics
Mount Holyoke College
JOHNSON, WILLIAM
Edmund S. Morgan
Sterling Professor of History
Yale University
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY BEFORE 1776
Richard E. Morgan
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Constitutional
Law and Government
Bowdoin College
ABINGTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT V. SCHEMPP
BOARD OF EDUCATION V. ALLEN
CANTWELL V. CONNECTICUT
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS V.
UNITED STATES
COCHRAN V. LOUISIANA
COMMITTEE FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION AND RELIGIOUS
LIBERTY V. REGAN
DAVIS V. BEASON
DOREMUS V. BOARD OF EDUCATION
ENGEL V. VITALE
EPPERSON V. ARKANSAS
EVERSON V. BOARD OF EDUCATION
FLAG SALUTE CASES
GIROUARD V. UNITED STATES
HAMILTON V. BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
JACOBSON V. MASSACHUSETTS
LEMON V. KURTZMAN
LOVELL V. CITY OF GRIFFIN
MCCOLLUM V. BOARD OF EDUCATION
MURDOCK V. PENNSYLVANIA
PRINCE V. MASSACHUSETTS
SCHWIMMER, UNITED STATES V.
SEEGER, UNITED STATES V.
SHERBERT V. VERNER
TORCASO V. WATKINS
WISCONSIN V. YODER
WOLMAN V. WALTER
ZORACH V. CLAUSEN
Paul L. Murphy
Professor of History and American Studies
University of Minnesota
ALIEN REGISTRATION ACT
ATOMIC ENERGY ACT
ATTORNEY GENERAL’S LIST
CHAFEE, ZECHARIAH, JR.
COMMUNIST CONTROL ACT
CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET AND IMPOUNDMENT
CONTROL ACT
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1921-1933
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1945-1961
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA REPRESENTATION
AMENDMENT
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA SELF-GOVERNING AND
GOVERNMENT REORGANIZATION ACT
ECONOMIC STABILIZATION ACT
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT
EMERGENCY PRICE CONTROL ACT
ESPIONAGE ACT
FEDERAL IMMUNITY ACT
FULL EMPLOYMENT ACT
HEALTH INSURANCE FOR THE AGED ACT (MEDICARE)
HOUSE COMMITTEE ON UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES
INTERNAL SECURITY ACT
JENCKS ACT
LANDRUM-GRIFFIN ACT
MUNDT-NIXON BILL
OMNIBUS CRIME CONTROL AND SAFE STREETS ACT
ORGANIZED CRIME CONTROL ACT
PENNSYLVANIA V. NELSON
REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE OF CHIEF JUSTICES ON
FEDERAL-STATE RELATIONSHIPS
SEDITION ACT
SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT
SHEPPARD-TOWNER MATERNITY ACT
SOUTHERN MANIFESTO
STEEL SEIZURE CONTROVERSY
SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES CONTROL BOARD
TAFT-HARTLEY LABOR RELATIONS ACT
WATERGATE AND THE CONSTITUTION
YATES V. UNITED STATES
Walter F. Murphy
McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence
Princeton University
JUDICIAL STRATEGY
JUDICIAL SUPREMACY
William P. Murphy
Paul B. Eaton Professor of Law
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
MAXIMUM HOURS AND MINIMUM WAGES
LEGISLATION
John M. Murrin
Professor of History
Princeton University
BRITISH CONSTITUTION
William E. Nelson
Professor of Law
New York University
FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT (FRAMING)
Ira Nerken
Attorney
Latham, Watkins & Hills, Washington, D.C.
CONSCRIPTION (with Richard Danzig)
Burt Neuborne
Professor of Law, New York University
Director of Litigation, American Civil Liberties Union
BLACKMUN, HARRY A.
LITIGATION STRATEGY
Roger K. Newman
Attorney
New York
BLACK, HUGO L.
CAHN, EDMOND
R. Kent Newmyer
Professor of History
University of Connecticut
BALDWIN, HENRY
BARBOUR, PHILIP P.
MCKINLEY, JOHN
MCLEAN, JOHN
TANEY COURT
TRIMBLE, ROBERT
Melville B. Nimmer
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
COPYRIGHT
PRIVACY AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
SYMBOLIC SPEECH
W. John Niven
Professor of History
Claremont Graduate School
VAN BUREN, MARTIN
John T. Noonan, Jr.
Judge
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Former Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
REAGAN, RONALD
John E. Nowak
Professor of Law
University of Illinois
BREACH OF THE PEACE
FELONY
SUBPOENA
TRESPASS
David M. Oshinsky
Professor of History
Rutgers University
MCCARTHYISM
Lewis J. Paper
Attorney
Washington, D.C.
BRANDEIS, LOUIS D.
Michael E. Parrish
Professor of History
University of California, San Diego
AFROYIM V. RUSK
BRIDGES V. CALIFORNIA
BURTON, HAROLD
BYRNES, JAMES F.
CLARKE, JOHN H.
COMMONWEALTH V. SACCO AND VANZETTI
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1933-1945
DEBS V. UNITED STATES
ELFBRANDT V. RUSSELL
FRANKFURTER, FELIX
FROHWERK V. UNITED STATES
GERENDE V. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS
GIBONEY V. EMPIRE STORAGE & ICE CO.
HUGHES, CHARLES EVANS
IRVIN V. DOWD
JACKSON, ROBERT H.
JOINT ANTI-FASCIST REFUGEE COMMITTEE V.
MCGRATH
KENNEDY, JOHN F.
LINMARK ASSOCIATES V. WILLINGBORO
LOVETT, UNITED STATES V.
MCKENNA, JOSEPH
NIEMOTKO V. MARYLAND
PARKER V. LEVY
PROCUNIER V. MARTINEZ
ROBEL V. UNITED STATES
ROSENBERG V. UNITED STATES
RUTLEDGE, WILEY B.
SHAUGHNESSY V. UNITED STATES EX REL. MEZEI
STROMBERG V. CALIFORNIA
TENNESSEE V. SCOPES
WHITE, EDWARD D.
WHITTAKER, CHARLES
WIEMAN V. UPDEGRAFF
J. Francis Paschal
Professor of Law
Duke University
SUTHERLAND, GEORGE
Michael J. Perry
Professor of Law
Northwestern University
ABORTION AND THE CONSTITUTION
Merrill D. Peterson
Thomas Jefferson Professor of History and Former
Dean of Faculty
University of Virginia
ADAMS, JOHN
ALIEN AND SEDITION ACTS
AMERICAN SYSTEM
BANK OF THE UNITED STATES ACTS
CALHOUN, JOHN C.
CLAY, HENRY
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1789-1801
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1801-1829
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS
JACKSON, ANDREW
JEFFERSON, THOMAS
LOUISIANA PURCHASE TREATY
PROCLAMATION OF NEUTRALITY
VIRGINIA AND KENTUCKY RESOLUTIONS
WHISKEY REBELLION
Leo Pfeffer
Professor of Constitutional Law
Long Island University
Former General Counsel American Jewish Congress
AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS
CHILD BENEFIT THEORY
CULTS AND THE CONSTITUTION
GOVERNMENT AID TO RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS
RELEASED TIME
RELIGION AND FRAUD
RELIGION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
RELIGIOUS LIBERTY
RELIGIOUS TEST FOR PUBLIC OFFICE
RELIGIOUS USE OF STATE PROPERTY
SUNDAY CLOSING LAWS
Louis H. Pollak
Judge
United States District Court, Eastern District of
Pennsylvania
VOTING RIGHTS
Robert C. Post
Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
BRENNAN, WILLIAM J., JR.
Monroe E. Price
Professor of Law and Dean
Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University of New
York
BROADCASTING
FAIRNESS DOCTRINE
PRISONERS’ RIGHTS
STEWART, POTTER J.
C. Herman Pritchett
Professor of Political Science, Emeritus
University of California, Santa Barbara
CONGRESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
VINSON COURT
A. Kenneth Pye
Samuel Fox Mordecai Professor of Law
Duke University
SPEEDY TRIAL
David M. Rabban
Professor of Law
University of Texas, Austin
ACADEMIC FREEDOM
Jeremy Rabkin
Professor of Political Science
Cornell University
LEGISLATIVE POWER
Norman Redlich
Dean and Judge Edward Weinfeld Professor of Law
New York University
NINTH AMENDMENT
Willis L. M. Reese
Charles Evans Hughes Professor of Law, Emeritus
Columbia University
FULL FAITH AND CREDIT
Donald H. Regan
Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy
University of Michigan
PHILOSOPHY AND THE CONSTITUTION
John Phillip Reid
Professor of Law
New York University
COLONIAL CHARTERS
DOE, CHARLES
Deborah L. Rhode
Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT
NINETEENTH AMENDMENT
Charles E. Rice
Professor of Law
University of Notre Dame
FREEDOM OF PETITION
Kenneth F. Ripple
Judge
United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh
Circuit
Professor of Law
University of Notre Dame
CHIEF JUSTICE, ROLE OF THE
John P. Roche
Professor of Civilization and Foreign Affairs and
Former Dean of the Fletcher School of Law and
Diplomacy
Tufts University
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF 1787
Donald M. Roper
Professor of History
State University of New York, New Paltz
KENT, JAMES
LIVINGSTON, HENRY BROCKHOLST
THOMPSON, SMITH
Arthur Rosett
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
ANTITRUST LAW
PLEA BARGAINING
REED, STANLEY F.
UNCONSTITUTIONAL CONDITIONS
Barbara Ross
Attorney
Ross & Hardies, Chicago
ZONING (with Daniel R. Mandelker)
Ralph A. Rossum
Alice Tweed Tuohy Professor of Government
Claremont McKenna College
DENATURALIZATION
DEPORTATION
EXPATRIATION
NATURALIZATION
WILSON, JAMES
Eugene V. Rostow
Sterling Professor of Law, Emeritus
Yale Law School
Distinguished Visiting Research Professor of Law and
Diplomacy
National Defense University
COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF
WAR, FOREIGN AFFAIRS, AND THE CONSTITUTION
W. W. Rostow
Professor of Economics and History
University of Texas, Austin
JOHNSON, LYNDON B.
Wilfrid E. Rumble
Professor of Political Science
Vassar College
LEGAL REALISM
POUND, ROSCOE
SOCIOLOGICAL JURISPRUDENCE
Robert A. Rutland
Editor-in-Chief, Papers of James Madison
University of Virginia
RATIFICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION
Stephen A. Saltzburg
Professor of Law
University of Virginia
REASONABLE DOUBT
Joseph L. Sax
Philip A. Hart Distinguished University Professor of
Law
University of Michigan
TAKING OF PROPERTY
Frederick Schauer
Professor of Law
University of Michigan
NEW YORK TIMES CO. V. UNITED STATES
Harry N. Scheiber
Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
AFFECTED WITH A PUBLIC INTEREST
COMPETITIVE FEDERALISM
COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM
DUAL FEDERALISM
EMINENT DOMAIN
FEDERALISM, HISTORY OF
GRANGER CASES
NEBBIA V. NEW YORK
PUBLIC PURPOSE DOCTRINE
STATE POLICE POWER
VESTED RIGHTS
WEST RIVER BRIDGE COMPANY V. DIX
Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Schweitzer Professor in the Humanities
City University of New York
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.
Benno C. Schmidt, Jr.
President
Yale University
COMMERCIAL SPEECH
FREE PRESS/FAIR TRIAL
LIBEL AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
PRIOR RESTRAINT AND CENSORSHIP
REPORTER’S PRIVILEGE
SHIELD LAWS
WHITE COURT
Gary T. Schwartz
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND THE CONSTITUTION
Herman Schwartz
Professor of Law
Washington College of Law, American University
ALDERMAN V. UNITED STATES
BERGER V. NEW YORK
ELECTRONIC EAVESDROPPING
GELBARD V. UNITED STATES
IRVINE V. CALIFORNIA

KATZ V. UNITED STATES
LOPEZ V. UNITED STATES
NARDONE V. UNITED STATES
NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE FOURTH AMENDMENT
OLMSTEAD V. UNITED STATES
ON LEE V. UNITED STATES
SILVERMAN V. UNITED STATES
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN
DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES V.
WHITE, UNITED STATES V.
WIRETAPPING
Murray L. Schwartz
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
VINSON, FRED M.
David L. Shapiro
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law
Harvard Law School
ERIE RAILROAD CO. V. TOMPKINS
FEDERAL COMMON LAW, CIVIL
SWIFT V. TYSON
Martin Shapiro
Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
ABOOD V. DETROIT BOARD OF EDUCATION
ABRAMS V. UNITED STATES
ADDERLEY V. FLORIDA
ADLER V. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF CITY OF NEW
YORK
AMERICAN COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION V. DOUDS
BAD TENDENCY TEST
BALANCING TEST
BARENBLATT V. UNITED STATES
BEAUHARNAIS V. ILLINOIS
BRANDENBURG V. OHIO
BUCKLEY V. VALEO
CAPTIVE AUDIENCE
CHAPLINSKY V. NEW HAMPSHIRE
CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER
COHEN V. CALIFORNIA
COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES V.
SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES CONTROL BOARD
COX V. LOUISIANA
COX V. NEW HAMPSHIRE
DE JONGE V. OREGON
DENNIS V. UNITED STATES
FEINER V. NEW YORK
FIGHTING WORDS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BOSTON V. BELLOTTI
GIBSON V. FLORIDA LEGISLATIVE INVESTIGATION
COMMISSION
GITLOW V. NEW YORK
HERNDON V. LOWRY
HUDGENS V. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
KEYISHIAN V. BOARD OF REGENTS
KONIGSBERG V. STATE BAR
KOVACS V. COOPER
LAIRD V. TATUM
MARSH V. ALABAMA
MASSES PUBLISHING COMPANY V. PATTEN
MCCLOSKEY, ROBERT G.
MCGRAIN V. DAUGHERTY
MIAMI HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY V. TORNILLO
NAACP V. BUTTON
NEAR V. MINNESOTA
RED LION BROADCASTING CO. V. FEDERAL
COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
SCALES V. UNITED STATES
SCHENCK V. UNITED STATES
SCHWABE V. NEW MEXICO BOARD OF BAR
EXAMINERS
SPEISER V. RANDALL
TERMINIELLO V. CHICAGO
THORNHILL V. ALABAMA
UPHAUS V. WYMAN
VIRGINIA STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY V. VIRGINIA
CITIZENS CONSUMER COUNCIL
WHITNEY V. CALIFORNIA
Steven Shiffrin
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
BRANZBURG V. HAYES
COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM, INC. V.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE
COOLIDGE V. NEW HAMPSHIRE
COX BROADCASTING CORP. V. COHN
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION V.
PACIFICA FOUNDATION
GOVERNMENT SPEECH
GROUP LIBEL
KINGSLEY INTERNATIONAL PICTURES CORP. V.
REGENTS
LISTENERS’ RIGHTS
MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS
OBSCENITY
RIGHT TO KNOW
TWO-LEVEL THEORY
WARDEN V. HAYDEN

YOUNG V. AMERICAN MINI THEATERS, INC.
ZURCHER V. STANFORD DAILY
Bernard H. Siegan
Distinguished Professor of Law
University of San Diego
ECONOMIC LIBERTIES AND THE CONSTITUTION
Stanley Siegel
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
POSTAL POWER
Jay A. Sigler
Distinguished Professor of Political Science
Rutgers University
DOUBLE JEOPARDY
Thomas B. Silver
President
Public Research Syndicated
COOLIDGE, CALVIN
HARDING, WARREN G.
Aviam Soifer
Professor of Law
Boston University
BRANTI V. FINKEL
CAROLENE PRODUCTS COMPANY, UNITED STATES V.
GUILT BY ASSOCIATION
RICHMOND NEWSPAPERS, INC. V. VIRGINIA
Theodore J. St. Antoine
James E. and Sarah A. Degan Professor of Law
University of Michigan
BOYCOTT
PICKETING
Robert L. Stern
Attorney
Mayer, Brown & Platt, Chicago
COMMERCE CLAUSE
DARBY LUMBER COMPANY, UNITED STATES V.
WAGNER ACT CASES
Gerald Stourzh
Professor of History
University of Vienna
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER
Frank R. Strong
Cary C. Boshamer University Distinguished Professor
of Law, Emeritus
University of North Carolina
FUNDAMENTAL LAW AND THE SUPREME COURT
LAW OF THE LAND
Philippa Strum
Professor of Political Science
City University of New York (Brooklyn College and
the Graduate Center)
POLITICAL QUESTION DOCTRINE
William F. Swindler
John Marshall Professor of Law
Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William
and Mary
BLACKSTONE, WILLIAM
Nathan Tarcov
Associate Professor of Political Science
University of Chicago
POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY IN DEMOCRATIC POLITICAL
THEORY
Telford Taylor
Nash Professor of Law, Emeritus
Columbia University
Dr. Herman George and Kate Kaiser Professor of
Constitutional Law
Cardozo College of Law, Yeshiva University of New
York
LEGISLATIVE INVESTIGATION
Glen E. Thurow
Associate Professor of Politics
University of Dallas
DORMANT POWERS
EXCLUSIVE POWERS
Laurence H. Tribe
Tyler Professor of Constitutional Law
Harvard Law School
SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS
Phillip R. Trimble
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
DAMES & MOORE V. REGAN
EXTRATERRITORIALITY

Mark Tushnet
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
MARSHALL, THURGOOD
Arvo Van Alstyne
Professor of Law
University of Utah
INVERSE CONDEMNATION
JUST COMPENSATION
PUBLIC USE
William W. Van Alstyne
Perkins Professor of Law
Duke University
IMPLIED POWERS
JUDICIAL ACTIVISM AND JUDICIAL RESTRAINT
SUPREME COURT (ROLE IN AMERICAN GOVERNMENT)
Jonathan D. Varat
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
ADVISORY OPINION
CASES AND CONTROVERSIES
COLLUSIVE SUIT
FLAST V. COHEN
INVALID ON ITS FACE
JUSTICIABILITY
MOOTNESS
OVERBREADTH
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
RIPENESS
SIERRA CLUB V. MORTON
STANDING
STOCKHOLDER’S SUIT
STUDENTS CHALLENGING REGULATORY AGENCY
PROCEDURES (SCRAP), UNITED STATES V.
TAXPAYERS’ AND CITIZENS’ SUITS
VAGUENESS
WHITE, BYRON R.
M. J. C. Vile
Professor History
University of Kent, Canterbury
SEPARATION OF POWERS
Clement E. Vose
John E. Andrus Professor of Government
Wesleyan University
TEST CASE
Kim McLane Wardlaw
Attorney
O’Melveny & Myers, Los Angeles
BANTAM BOOKS, INC. V. SULLIVAN
ERZNOZNIK V. CITY OF JACKSONVILLE
GANNETT CO., INC. V. DEPASQUALE
HERBERT V. LANDO
JACOBELLIS V. OHIO
KINGSLEY BOOKS, INC. V. BROWN
MEMOIRS V. MASSACHUSETTS
MILLER V. CALIFORNIA
NEBRASKA PRESS ASSOCIATION V. STUART
ROTH V. UNITED STATES
SNEPP V. UNITED STATES
STANLEY V. GEORGIA
Stephen L. Wasby
Professor of Political Science
State University of New York, Albany
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS, IMPACT OF
Lloyd L. Weinreb
Professor of Law
Harvard Law School
FAIR TRIAL
WARRANTLESS SEARCH
Robert Weisberg
Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
Harry H. Wellington
Sterling Professor of Law
Yale Law School
LABOR AND THE CONSTITUTION
Peter Westen
Professor of Law
University of Michigan
COMPULSORY PROCESS, RIGHT TO
CONFRONTATION, RIGHT OF
HEARSAY RULE
Burns H. Weston
Bessie Dutton Murray Professor of Law
University of Iowa
BELMONT, UNITED STATES V.
EXECUTIVE AGREEMENTS

INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY ECONOMIC POWERS
ACT
MARSHALL PLAN
NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY
PINK, UNITED STATES V.
STATUS OF FORCES AGREEMENT
TREATY POWER
UNITED NATIONS CHARTER
G. Edward White
Professor of Law
University of Virginia
HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL, JR.
WARREN COURT
James Boyd White
L. Hart Wright Professor of Law and Professor of
English Language and Literature
University of Michigan
ARREST
BURDEN OF PROOF
FEDERAL RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
JURY DISCRIMINATION
Charles H. Whitebread
George T. Pfleger Professor of Law
University of Southern California
DISCOVERY
INDICTMENT
INFORMATION
MERE EVIDENCE RULE
MIRANDA RULES
MISDEMEANOR
PRESENTMENT
PROBABLE CAUSE
STOP AND FRISK
VOIR DIRE
William M. Wiecek
Congdon Professor of Public Law and Legislation
Syracuse University
ABLEMAN V. BOOTH
ABOLITIONIST CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY
ANNEXATION OF TEXAS
BLACK CODES
CHASE COURT
CIVIL LIBERTIES AND THE ANTISLAVERY
CONTROVERSY
COMPROMISE OF 1850
CONFISCATION ACTS
CONQUERED PROVINCES THEORY
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1829-1848
DANIEL, PETER V.
FORCE ACT
FORCE ACTS
FREEDMEN’S BUREAU
FUGITIVE SLAVERY
GROVES V. SLAUGHTER
GUARANTEE CLAUSE
JOINT COMMITTEE ON RECONSTRUCTION
KANSAS-NEBRASKA ACT
LECOMPTON CONSTITUTION
LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATES
LINCOLN’S PLAN OF RECONSTRUCTION
LUTHER V. BORDEN
MAYSVILLE ROAD BILL
MCCARDLE, EX PARTE
MILITARY RECONSTRUCTION ACTS
MISSOURI COMPROMISE
MORRILL ACT
NASHVILLE CONVENTION RESOLUTIONS
NULLIFICATION
OMNIBUS ACT
PEONAGE
PERSONAL LIBERTY LAWS
POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY
PRIZE CASES
PROHIBITION OF SLAVE TRADE ACT
REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT
SECESSION
SLAVERY IN THE TERRITORIES
SOMERSET’S CASE
SOUTH CAROLINA ORDINANCE OF NULLIFICATION
SOUTH CAROLINA ORDINANCE OF SECESSION
STATE SUICIDE THEORY
STRADER V. GRAHAM
TANEY, ROGER BROOKE
TENURE OF OFFICE ACT
THREE-FIFTHS CLAUSE
WAYNE, JAMES M.
J. Harvie Wilkinson III
Judge
United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
POWELL, LEWIS F., JR.
Peter Woll
Professor of Politics
Brandeis University
BUREAUCRACY

C. Vann Woodward
Sterling Professor of History, Emeritus
Yale University
COMPROMISE OF 1877
L. Kinvin Wroth
Professor of Law and Dean of the School of Law
University of Maine
COMMON LAW (ANGLO-AMERICAN)
RULE OF LAW
Stephen C. Yeazell
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
CLASS ACTION
COLLATERAL ATTACK
CONTEMPT POWER, JUDICIAL
FAIR HEARING
INJUNCTION
INSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION (with Theodore
Eisenberg)
JURISDICTION
NOTICE
Hans Zeisel
Professor of Law, Emeritus
University of Chicago
SOCIAL SCIENCE IN CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION
(with David Kaye)
John Zvesper
Professor of Politics
University of East Anglia, Norwich
RIGHT OF REVOLUTION

(1992)
Henry J. Abraham
James Hart Professor of Government and Foreign
Affairs
University of Virginia
APPOINTMENTS CLAUSE
Norman Abrams
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAW
T. Alexander Aleinikoff
Professor of Law
University of Michigan
IMMIGRATION AND ALIENAGE (UPDATE 1)
Ronald J. Allen
Professor of Law
Northwestern University
PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS OF LAW, CRIMINAL
(UPDATE)
Albert W. Alschuler
Professor of Law
University of Chicago
BAIL (UPDATE)
THIRD-PARTY CONSENT
Akhil Reed Amar
Professor of Law
Yale Law School
AMENDMENT PROCESS (OUTSIDE ARTICLE V)
Alison Grey Anderson
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
SOBELOFF, SIMON E.
Peter Arenella
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
FOURTH AMENDMENT
Lance Banning
Professor of History
University of Kentucky
FEDERALISTS
Edward L. Barrett
Professor of Law
University of California, Davis
INTERGOVERNMENTAL TAX IMMUNITIES
Norma Basch
Professor of History
Rutgers University
WOMAN SUFFRAGE
WOMEN IN CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY
Sara Sun Beale
Professor of Law
Duke University
GRAND JURY (UPDATE)
Michael R. Belknap
Professor of Law
California Western School of Law
POLITICAL TRIALS
Herman Belz
Professor of History
University of Maryland
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1980-1989
Robert W. Bennett
Dean and Professor of Law
Northwestern University of Law
INTERPRETIVISM
POVERTY LAW
Walter Berns
John M. Olin University Professor
Georgetown University
CONSERVATISM
Scott H. Bice
Professor and Dean of the Law Center
University of Southern California
DELEGATION OF POWER (UPDATE)
Lee C. Bollinger
Dean and Professor of Law
University of Michigan
COMMERCIAL SPEECH (UPDATE 1)
EXTREMIST SPEECH
Richard J. Bonnie
John S. Battle Professor of Law
University of Virginia
DRUG REGULATION (UPDATE 1)
Craig M. Bradley
Professor of Law and Harry T. Ice Faculty Fellow
Indiana University
REHNQUIST, WILLIAM H. (UPDATE 1)
Harold H. Bruff
John S. Redditt Professor of Law
University of Texas, Austin
JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE ACTS
David P. Bryden
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota
JUDICIAL ROLE
Robert A. Burt
Southmayd Professor of Law
Yale University
MENTAL ILLNESS AND THE CONSTITUTION (UPDATE)
PATIENTS’ RIGHTS
John O. Calmore
Program Officer, Rights and Social Justice
Ford Foundation
RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION
Lincoln Caplan
Staff Writer
New Yorker Magazine, Inc.
SOLICITOR GENERAL (UPDATE)
Clayborne Carson
Director and Senior Editor, The Martin Luther King,
Jr., Papers Project
Stanford University
CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
Stephen L. Carter
Professor of Law
Yale University
RACIAL DISCRIMINATION (UPDATE 1)
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND THE CONSTITUTION
Erwin Chemerinsky
Professor of Law
University of Southern California
HABEAS CORPUS (UPDATE 1)
Jesse H. Choper
Dean and Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
GOVERNMENT AID TO RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS
(UPDATE 1)
William Cohen
C. Wendell and Edith M. Carlsmith Professor of Law
Stanford University
ECONOMIC DUE PROCESS
ECONOMIC EQUAL PROTECTION
FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, SECTION 5 (JUDICIAL
CONSTRUCTION)
Ruth Colker
C. J. Morrow Professor of Law
Tulane University
ABORTION AND THE CONSTITUTION (UPDATE 1A)
Daniel O. Conkle
Professor of Law
Indiana University School of Law
ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE
Kimberle’ Crenshaw
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
ANTIDISCRIMINATION LEGISLATION (UPDATE 1)
CIVIL RIGHTS (UPDATE 1)
Michael Kent Curtis
Associate Professor of Law
Wake Forest University
FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, SECTION 5 (FRAMING)
INCORPORATION DOCTRINE AND ORIGINAL INTENT
George Dargo
Assistant Professor of Law
Duke University
JEFFERSONIANISM
Walter Dellinger
Professor of Law
Duke University
ADVICE AND CONSENT TO SUPREME COURT
NOMINATIONS (with Madeline Morris)
ARTICLE V CONVENTIONS CLAUSE
SCHOOL PRAYERS
George W. Dent
Professor of Law
Case Western University
RELIGION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS (UPDATE 1)
VOUCHERS
David Dolinko
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
RIGHT AGAINST SELF-INCRIMINATION (UPDATE)
Rochelle C. Dreyfuss
Professor of Law
New York University School of Law
COMPUTERS (with David W. Leebron)
Robert F. Drinan, S.J.
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Donald A. Dripps
Associate Professor of Law
University of Illinois
MIRANDA RULES (UPDATE)
Ronald Dworkin
Professor of Law
New York University and University College, Oxford
JURISPRUDENCE AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Peter B. Edelman
Associate Dean and Professor of Law
Georgetown University
WELFARE RIGHTS
Theodore Eisenberg
Professor of Law
Cornell University
CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES
Richard E. Ellis
Professor of History
State University of New York, Buffalo
JACKSONIANISM
Edward J. Erler
Chair and Professor of Political Science
California State University, San Bernardino
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT AND RACE
RACE-CONSCIOUSNESS
Samuel Estreicher
Professor of Law
New York University
SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS (UPDATE 1)
SUPREME COURT’S WORK LOAD
Julian N. Eule
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
DIRECT DEMOCRACY
DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE
TEMPORAL LIMITS ON LAWMAKING POWERS
Richard Fallon
Professor of Law
Harvard University
POWELL, LEWIS F., JR. (UPDATE)
Daniel A. Farber
Henry J. Fletcher Professor of Law
University of Minnesota
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND THE
CONSTITUTION (UPDATE 1)
TAKING OF PROPERTY (UPDATE 1)
Paul Finkelman
Professor of Law
Brooklyn Law School
REPUBLICAN PARTY
WHIG PARTY
Edwin B. Firmage
Professor of Law
University of Utah
CONGRESSIONAL WAR POWERS
Peter Graham Fish
Professor of Political Science and Law
Duke University
JUDICIAL CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED STATES
Louis Fisher
Senior Specialist, Congressional Research Service
The Library of Congress
FEDERALISM AND SHARED POWERS
LINE-ITEM VETO
NONJUDICIAL INTERPRETATION OF THE
CONSTITUTION
SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
William A. Fletcher
Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
ELEVENTH AMENDMENT (UPDATE 1)
William E. Forbath
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
LABOR MOVEMENT
Richard S. Frase
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota
CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Paul A. Freund
Karl M. Loeb University Professor, Emeritus
Harvard University
WYZANSKI, CHARLES E., JR.
Barry Friedman
Professor of Law
Vanderbilt University
CONDITIONAL SPENDING (with Thomas R. McCoy)
Lawrence M. Friedman
Professor of Law
Stanford University
LEGAL CULTURE
Robert Diderot Garcia
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT
ORGANIZATIONS ACT
Tom Gerety
President
Trinity College
RIGHT OF PRIVACY (UPDATE)
Michael J. Gerhardt
Associate Professor of Law
Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William
and Mary
KENNEDY, ANTHONY M.
Stephen Gillers
Professor of Law
New York University
GOVERNMENT SECRECY
Ruth Bader Ginsberg
United States Circuit Judge
United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia
Circuit
MCGOWAN, CARL
Michael J. Glennon
Professor of Law
University of California, Davis
SENATE AND FOREIGN POLICY
Robert D. Goldstein
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
BALANCED-BUDGET AMENDMENT
BLYEW V. UNITED STATES
CONFRONTATION, RIGHT OF (UPDATE)
DRUG TESTING
Robert A. Goldwin
Resident Scholar
American Enterprise Institute
GENDER RIGHTS
Gary Goodpaster
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
AUTOMOBILE SEARCH (UPDATE)
OPEN FIELDS DOCTRINE
RIGHTS OF THE CRIMINALLY ACCUSED
UNREASONABLE SEARCH (UPDATE)
VISAS
Joseph D. Grano
Professor of Law
Wayne State University
ABORTION AND THE CONSTITUTION (UPDATE 1B)
Erwin N. Griswold
Attorney at Law
Jones, Day, Reavis, & Pogue, Washington, D.C.
SUPREME COURT BAR
Walter Hellerstein
Professor of Law
University of Georgia
FRIENDLY, HENRY J.
STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT TAXATION
Lawrence Herman
President’s Club Professor of Law
Ohio State University
BODY SEARCH
A. E. Dick Howard
White Burkett Miller Professor of Law and Public
Affairs
University of Virginia
STATE CONSTITUTIONS
Shirley Hufstedler
Hufstedler, Miller, Kaus, & Beardsley, Los Angeles
FEDERAL JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS, TENURE, AND
INDEPENDENCE
James Hutson
The Library of Congress
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, RECORDS OF
Gary J. Jacobsohn
Woodrow Wilson Professor of Government
Williams College
PRAGMATISM
John P. Kaminski
Professor of History and Director of the Center for the
Study of the American Constitution
University of Wisconsin
FIRST CONGRESS
Kenneth L. Karst
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
ARMED FORCES
ATTORNEY GENERAL OF NEW YORK V. SOTO-LOPEZ
BATSON V. KENTUCKY
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE WESTSIDE
COMMUNITY SCHOOLS V. MERGENS
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW
YORK V. FOX
DESHANEY V. WINNEBAGO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF
SOCIAL SERVICES
EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWS (UPDATE 1)
HAZELWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT V. KUHLMEIER
HODGSON V. MINNESOTA
LIBERALISM
MERITOR SAVINGS BANK, FSB V. VINSON
METRO BROADCASTING, INC. V. FCC
MISSOURI V. JENKINS (1990)
MISTRETTA V. UNITED STATES
NIMMER, MELVILLE B.
NONINTERPRETIVISM
PATTERSON V. MCLEAN CREDIT UNION
POSADAS DE PUERTO RICO ASSOCIATES V. TOURISM
COMPANY OF PUERTO RICO
RICHMOND (CITY OF) V. J. A. CROSON CO.
SEXUAL ORIENTATION
THORNBURGH V. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF
OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS
WASHINGTON V. HARPER
WEBSTER V. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES
WYGANT V. JACKSON BOARD OF EDUCATION
Evan J. Kemp, Jr.
Chairman
United States Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
Randall Kennedy
Professor of Law
Harvard University
MARSHALL, THURGOOD (UPDATE)
Charles R. Kesler
Associate Professor of Government and Director of the
Henry Salvatori Center for the Study of Freedom in
the Modern World
Claremont McKenna College
REAGAN, RONALD (UPDATE)
Kit Kinports
Associate Professor of Law
University of Illinois
BLACKMUN, HARRY A. (UPDATE 1)
Douglas W. Kmiec
Professor of Law
Notre Dame University
ZONING (UPDATE)
Neil K. Komesar
James E. & Ruth B. Doyle-Bascom Professor of Law
University of Wisconsin
POLITICS
Alex Kozinski
United States Circuit Judge
United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
ADMINISTRATIVE SEARCH (UPDATE)
Seth F. Kreimer
Associate Professor of Law
University of Pennsylvania
ENTITLEMENT
James E. Krier
Earl Warren Deland Professor of Law
University of Michigan
EMINENT DOMAIN (UPDATE)
Philip B. Kurland
Professor of Law
University of Chicago
IRAN-CONTRA AFFAIR
Philip A. Lacovara
Managing Director & General Counsel
Morgan, Stanley, & Co., Inc.
INDEPENDENT COUNSEL
Wayne R. LaFave
David C. Baum Professor of Law
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
PLAIN VIEW DOCTRINE (UPDATE)
REASONABLE EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY
Kenneth Lasson
Professor of Law
University of Baltimore
PATENT (UPDATE)
Michael Laurence
Washington, D.C.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT (UPDATE 1) (with Franklin
Zimring)
David W. Leebron
Professor of Law
Columbia University
COMPUTERS (with Rochelle C. Dreyfuss)
William E. Leuchtenberg
Professor of History
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
COURT-PACKING PLANS
Martin Lyon Levine
UPS Professor of Law, Gerontology and Psychiatry,
and the Behavioral Sciences
University of Southern California
PSYCHIATRY AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Sanford Levinson
Professor of Law
University of Texas, Austin
CONSTITUTION AS CIVIL RELIGION
Leonard W. Levy
Andrew W. Mellon All-Claremont Professor of the
Humanities, Emeritus
Claremont Graduate School
ANNAPOLIS CONVENTION
BETHEL SCHOOL DISTRICT V. FRASER
BOLAND AMENDMENT
BOOTH V. MARYLAND
BOWEN V. KENDRICK
BOWSHER V. SYNAR
BRASWELL V. UNITED STATES
CALIFORNIA V. GREENWOOD
COLORADO V. CONNELLY
FLAG DESECRATION (UPDATE)
FORD V. WAINWRIGHT
FRAZEE V. ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT
SECURITY
HEATH V. ALABAMA
HUSTLER MAGAZINE AND LARRY FLYNT V. JERRY
FALWELL
ILLINOIS V. PERKINS
ILLINOIS V. RODRIGUEZ
MARYLAND V. CRAIG
MCCLESKEY V. KEMP
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE V. SITZ
MILKOVICH V. LORAIN JOURNAL CO.
NATIONAL TREASURY EMPLOYEES UNION V. VON
RAAB
PENRY V. LYNAUGH
RATIFIER INTENT
SALERNO, UNITED STATES V.
SKINNER V. RAILWAY LABOR EXECUTIVES
ASSOCIATION
STANFORD V. KENTUCKY
TEXAS MONTHLY, INC. V. BULLOCK
TEXTUALISM
THOMPSON V. OKLAHOMA
UNENUMERATED RIGHTS
Hans A. Linde
Herman Phleger Visiting Professor of Law
Stanford University
SPENDING POWER
Christine A. Littleton
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
COMPARABLE WORTH
FEMINIST THEORY
Charles A. Lofgren
Crocker Professor of American Politics and History
Claremont McKenna College
VIETNAM WAR (UPDATE)
WAR POWERS (UPDATE 1)
Daniel H. Lowenstein
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
GERRYMANDER (UPDATE)
POLITICAL PARTIES, ELECTIONS, AND
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Ira C. Lupu
Professor of Law
George Washington University
SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE (UPDATE)
Stephen Macedo
Assistant Professor of Government
Harvard University
NEW RIGHT
Paul Marcus
Dean and Professor of Law
University of Arizona
CONSPIRACY LAW
John Marini
Professor of Political Science
University of Nevada, Reno
BUDGET PROCESS
Michael W. McConnell
Professor of Law
University of Chicago
RELIGIOUS LIBERTY (UPDATE 1)
Thomas R. McCoy
Professor of Law
Vanderbilt University
CONDITIONAL SPENDING (with Barry Friedman)
Frank I. Michelman
Professor of Law
Harvard University
PROPERTY RIGHTS
REPUBLICANISM AND MODERN CONSTITUTIONAL
THEORY
Abner J. Mikva
United States Circuit Judge
United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia
Circuit
LEGISLATIVE PURPOSES AND MOTIVES
Martha Minow
Professor of Law
Harvard University
DISABILITIES, RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH
Madeline Morris
Assistant Professor of Law
Duke University
ADVICE AND CONSENT TO SUPREME COURT
NOMINATIONS (with Walter Dellinger)
Robert P. Mosteller
Professor of Law and Senior Associate Dean for
Academic Affairs
Duke University
DOUBLE JEOPARDY (UPDATE 1)
SPEEDY TRIAL (UPDATE 1)
Paul L. Murphy
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota
WORLD WAR I
Gene R. Nichol
Dean and Professor of Law
University of Colorado
CIVIL LIBERTIES (UPDATE 1)
DAMAGES CLAIMS
Marlene Arnold Nicholson
Professor of Law
DePaul University
CAMPAIGN FINANCE (UPDATE 1)
John E. Nowak
Professor of Law
University of Illinois
POLICE INTERROGATION AND CONFESSIONS
(UPDATE 1)
David M. O’Brien
Professor of Government and Graduate Advisor
University of Virginia
SUPREME COURT AT WORK
Phillip S. Paludan
Professor of History
University of Kansas
CIVIL WAR
Donald J. Pisani
Professor of History
Texas A & M University
ECONOMY
PROGRESSIVISM
Robert C. Post
Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
FEDERALISM AND CIVIL RIGHTS
PUBLIC FORUM (UPDATE 1)
L. A. Powe, Jr.
Professor of Law and Anne Regents Chair
University of Texas, Austin
BROADCASTING (UPDATE 1)
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS (UPDATE 1)
Jeremy Rabkin
Professor of Political Science
Cornell University
BUSH, GEORGE H. W.
RACIAL PREFERENCE
Jack N. Rakove
Professor of History
Stanford University
ORIGINAL INTENT
Norman Redlich
Judge Weinfeld Professor of Law, Emeritus, and
former Dean
New York University Law School
Counsel
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen, & Katz, New York City
RELIGIOUS SYMBOLS IN PUBLIC PLACES
Donald H. Regan
Professor of Law
University of Michigan
STATE REGULATION OF COMMERCE (UPDATE 1)
Judith Resnik
Orrin B. Evans Professor of Law
University of Southern California
PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS OF LAW, CIVIL
(UPDATE 1)
Donald A. Ritche
Associate Historian
United States Senate
SENATE
SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
John P. Roche
John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of American
Civilization and Foreign Affairs
Tufts University
LIBERAL CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTRUCTION
Ralph A. Rossum
President
Hampden-Sydney College
PRISONERS’ RIGHTS (UPDATE 1)
Eugene V. Rostow
Sterling Professor of Law, Emeritus
Yale University and Distinguished Fellow, United
States Institute of Peace
CONGRESS AND FOREIGN POLICY
EXECUTIVE POWER
Ronald D. Rotunda
Professor of Law
University of Illinois
WELFARE STATE
Lawrence G. Sager
Professor of Law
New York University
JURISDICTION, FEDERAL
Terrance Sandalow
Edison R. Sunderland Professor of Law
University of Michigan
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
MCCREE, WADE HAMPTON, JR.
Frederick Schauer
Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment
Harvard University
BORK NOMINATION
CHILDREN AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
Harry N. Scheiber
Associate Dean and Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
NEW DEAL
Pierre Schlag
Professor of Law
University of Colorado
FIRST AMENDMENT (UPDATE 1)
Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Albert Schweitzer Chair in Humanities
City University of New York (Graduate School and
University Center)
KENNEDY, ROBERT F. (UPDATE)
Peter H. Schuck
Simeon E. Baldwin Professor of Law
Yale University
CITIZENSHIP (UPDATE 1)
GOVERNMENT WRONGS
Stephen J. Schulhofer
Frank and Bernice J. Greenberg Professor of Law
University of Chicago
SENTENCING
Jeffrey D. Schultz
Georgetown University
JUDICIAL POWER AND LEGISLATIVE REMEDIES
MEESE COMMISSION
Gary T. Schwartz
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
PUNITIVE DAMAGES
WRIGHT, J. SKELLY
Herman Schwartz
Professor of Law
American University
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND TECHNOLOGY
Martin Shapiro
Coffroth Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
BUREAUCRACY (UPDATE)
Suzanna Sherry
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota
O’CONNOR, SANDRA DAY (UPDATE 1)
Steven Shiffrin
Professor of Law
Cornell University
LOW-VALUE SPEECH
O’BRIEN FORMULA
PORNOGRAPHY AND FEMINISM
Larry G. Simon
W. H. Armstrong Professor of Constitutional Law and
Associate Dean of The Law Center
University of Southern California
REHNQUIST COURT
David M. Skover
Professor of Law
University of Puget Sound
POLITICAL QUESTION DOCTRINE (UPDATE 1)
STATE ACTION (UPDATE 1)
Rogers M. Smith
Professor of Political Science
Yale University
CONSTITUTION AND CIVIC IDEALS
DECONSTRUCTION
Rodney A. Smolla
James Gould Cutler Professor of Constitutional Law
and Director of the Institute of Bill of Rights Law
College of William and Mary
PRIVATE DISCRIMINATION
Aviam Soifer
Professor of Law
Boston University
CONSTITUTIONAL FICTIONS
COVER, ROBERT M.
Rayman L. Soloman
Associate Dean and Professor of Law
Northwestern University
SCALIA, ANTONIN
Frank J. Sorauf
Professor of Political Science
University of Minnesota
POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES
Theodore J. St. Antoine
Degan Professor of Law
University of Michigan
LABOR AND THE CONSTITUTION (UPDATE)
Kate Stith
Professor of Law
Yale University
SEARCH AND SEIZURE (UPDATE 1)
WHITE, BYRON R. (UPDATE 1)
Geoffrey R. Stone
Dean and Professor of Law
University of Chicago
BRENNAN, WILLIAM J., JR. (UPDATE 1)
FREEDOM OF SPEECH (UPDATE 1)
David A. Strauss
Professor of Law
University of Chicago
SOUTER, DAVID H.
Kathleen M. Sullivan
Professor of Law
Harvard University
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION (UPDATE 1)
James L. Sundquist
Senior Fellow, Emeritus
The Brookings Institution
CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM
Athan Theoharis
Professor of History
Marquette University
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Phillip R. Trimble
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
EXECUTIVE PREROGATIVE
PRESIDENT AND THE TREATY POWER
Louise G. Trubek
Clinical Professor of Law
University of Wisconsin
PUBLIC INTEREST LAW
Mark Tushnet
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY
CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES
INTEREST GROUPS
Gerald F. Uelman
Dean and Professor of Law
Santa Clara University
CONTROLLED-SUBSTANCE ABUSE
ELECTED JUDICIARY
Melvin I. Urofsky
Professor of History
Virginia Commonwealth University
POPULISM
RECONSTRUCTION
WORLD WAR II
William W. Van Alstyne
William R. and Thomas S. Perkins Professor of Law
Duke University
FEDERALISM, CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE OF
Jonathan D. Varat
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
GOVERNMENT AS PROPRIETOR
STEVENS, JOHN PAUL (UPDATE 1)
Joseph Vining
Hawkins Professor of Law
University of Michigan
ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES
CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT (UPDATE 1)
Silas Wasserstrom
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
TORTS (with Anne Woolhandler)
John G. West, Jr.
Ph.D. Candidate
Claremont Graduate School
ANTI-ABORTION MOVEMENT
BENDER V. WILLIAMSPORT
BOWERS V. HARDWICK
CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY V. AMERICAN CIVIL
LIBERTIES UNION
COY V. IOWA
CREATIONISM
DIAL-A-PORN
EMPLOYMENT DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN
RESOURCES OF OREGON V. SMITH
EQUAL ACCESS
FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION
FRISBY V. SCHULTZ
GOLDMAN V. WEINBERGER
JIMMY SWAGGART MINISTRIES V. BOARD OF
EQUALIZATION OF CALIFORNIA
JOHNSON V. TRANSPORTATION AGENCY
LEMON TEST
LYNG V. NORTHWEST INDIAN CEMETERY
O’LONE V. ESTATE OF SHABAZZ
PARADISE, UNITED STATES V.
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF THE CONSTITUTION
(UPDATE)
RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM
RENTON (CITY OF) V. PLAYTIME THEATRES
RIGHT TO DIE
RUTAN V. REPUBLICAN PARTY OF ILLINOIS
SPECIAL PROSECUTOR
WITTERS V. WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF SERVICES
FOR THE BLIND
James Boyd White
Hart Wright Professor of Law and Professor of
English
University of Michigan
CONSTITUTION AS LITERATURE
Charles H. Whitebread
George T. Pfleger Professor of Law
University of Southern California
EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION
Christina Brooks Whitman
Professor of Law
University of Michigan
SEX DISCRIMINATION (UPDATE 1)
Stephen F. Williams
United States Circuit Judge
United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia
Circuit
LAW AND ECONOMICS THEORY
Ralph K. Winter
United States Circuit Judge
United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
ORIGINALISM
Gordon S. Wood
Professor of History
Brown University
AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND CONSTITUTIONAL
THEORY
REPUBLICANISM
Anne Woolhandler
Georgetown University
TORTS (with Silas Wasserstrom)
Mark G. Yudof
Dean and James A. Elkins Centennial Chair in Law
University of Texas, Austin
EDUCATION AND THE CONSTITUTION (UPDATE)
Franklin Zimring
Professor of Law and Director of the Earl Warren
Legal Institute
University of California, Berkeley
Director of the Death Penalty Project
American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT (UPDATE 1) (with Michael Laurence)
Kathryn Abrams
Professor of Law
Cornell University
GINSBURG, RUTH BADER
Norman Abrams
Vice Chancellor for Academic Personnel and Professor
of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAW (UPDATE)
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND FEDERAL-STATE
RELATIONS (UPDATE)
Jeffrey Abramson
Louis Stulberg Chair in Law and Politics
Brandeis University
COMMUNITARIANISM
T. Alexander Aleinikoff
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
CITIZENSHIP (UPDATE 2)
Larry Alexander
Warren Distinguished Professor of Law
University of San Diego
NONJUDICIAL INTERPRETATION OF THE
CONSTITUTION (UPDATE) (with Frederick Schauer)
STARE DECISIS (UPDATE)
Akhil Reed Amar
Southmayd Professor of Law
Yale University
BILL OF RIGHTS IN MODERN APPLICATION
FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT AS A NEW CONSTITUTION
Vikram D. Amar
Professor of Law
University of California, Hastings College of the Law,
San Francisco
JURY DISCRIMINATION (UPDATE)
JURY SERVICE AS A POLITICAL RIGHT
JURY UNANIMITY (UPDATE)
Michael Asimow
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES (UPDATE)
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Ian Ayres
William K. Townsend Professor of Law
Yale University
ECONOMICS OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
Larry Cata’ Backer
Professor of Law
University of Tulsa
WELFARE RIGHTS (UPDATE)
Randy E. Barnett
Austin B. Fletcher Professor of Law
Boston University
NINTH AMENDMENT (UPDATE)
Hugh Baxter
Associate Professor of Law
Boston University
LEMON TEST (UPDATE)
Martin H. Belsky
Dean and Professor of Law
University of Tulsa
SCHWARTZ, BERNARD
Herman Belz
Professor of History
University of Maryland, College Park
LINCOLN AND CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY
Thomas C. Berg
Professor of Law
Samford University
LEE V. WEISMAN
RELIGIOUS LIBERTY (UPDATE 2)
Vivian Berger
Nash Professor of Law
Columbia University
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT (UPDATE 2)
PAYNE V. TENNESSEE
Richard B. Bernstein
Adjunct Professor of Law
New York University
TWENTY-SEVENTH AMENDMENT
G. Robert Blakey
William and Dorothy O’Neil Professor of Law
University of Notre Dame
FREE SPEECH AND RICO
Vincent Blasi
Corliss Lamont Professor of Civil Liberties
Columbia University
Massee Professor of Law
University of Virginia
BRANDEIS AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
MILL AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
MILTON AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
Grace Ganz Blumberg
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
FOSTER FAMILIES
Scott R. Bowman
Assistant Professor of Political Science
California State University, Los Angeles
CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP
Lynn S. Branham
Visiting Professor of Law
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
PRISONERS’ RIGHTS (UPDATE 2)
Robert Brauneis
Associate Professor of Law
George Washington University
PROPERTY RIGHTS (UPDATE)
Kevin Brown
Professor of Law
Indiana University
AFROCENTRIC SCHOOLS
Rebecca L. Brown
Professor of Law
Vanderbilt University
POLITICAL QUESTION DOCTRINE (UPDATE 2)
Alan E. Brownstein
Professor of Law
University of California, Davis
ANTI-ABORTION MOVEMENT (UPDATE)
Victor Brudney
Weld Professor of Law, Emeritus
Harvard University
COMPELLED SPEECH
Dan L. Burk
Professor of Law
Seaton Hall University
DNA TESTING AND GENETIC PRIVACY
Robert A. Burt
Alexander M. Bickel Professor of Law
Yale University
RIGHT TO DIE (UPDATE)
Paul Butler
Associate Professor of Law
George Washington University
RACE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Jay S. Bybee
Professor of Law
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
CHILD SUPPORT RECOVERY ACT
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CLAUSE
Evan H. Caminker
Professor of Law
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
BRENNAN, WILLIAM J., JR. (UPDATE 2)
GREGORY V. ASHCROFT
GUARANTEE CLAUSE (UPDATE)
NEW YORK V. UNITED STATES
SAENZ V. ROE
STATE IMMUNITY FROM FEDERAL LAW
Penelope Canan
Associate Professor of Sociology
University of Denver
STRATEGIC LAWSUITS AGAINST PUBLIC
PARTICIPATION IN GOVERNMENT (with George W.
Pring)
Devon W. Carbado
Acting Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
RACE AND SEX IN ANTIDISCRIMINATION LAW
Mary M. Cheh
Elyce Zenoff Research Professor of Law
George Washington University
DRUG REGULATION (UPDATE 2)
DRUG TESTING (UPDATE)
Erwin Chemerinsky
Sydney M. Irmas Professor of Public Interest Law,
Legal Ethics, and Political Science
University of Southern California
ABSTENTION DOCTRINE (UPDATE)
FILIBUSTER (with Catherine L. Fisk)
LEBRON V. NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORP.
STATE ACTION (UPDATE 2)
Ronald K. Chen
Associate Dean of Law
Rutgers University, Newark
SEX OFFENDER NOTIFICATION LAWS
Jesse H. Choper
Earl Warren Professor of Public Law
University of California, Berkeley
LOCKHART, WILLIAM B.
RELIGION CLAUSES IN INTERACTION
Morgan Cloud
Professor of Law
Emory University
SEARCH AND SEIZURE (UPDATE 2)
Dan T. Coenen
Associate Professor of Law
University of Georgia
DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE (UPDATE)
William Cohen
C. Wendell and Edith M. Carlsmith Professor of Law,
Emeritus
Stanford University
RIGHT TO TRAVEL (UPDATE)
David Cole
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
TERRORISM CONTROL AND THE CONSTITUTION
Ruth Colker
Heck-Faust Memorial Chair in Constitutional Law
Ohio State University
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (UPDATE)
DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION
Thomas F. Cotter
Associate Professor of Law
University of Florida
PRAGMATISM (UPDATE)
Kimberle’ Crenshaw
Professor of Law
Columbia University
CRITICAL RACE THEORY (with Neil Gotanda, Gary
Peller, and Kendall Thomas)
David B. Cruz
Associate Professor of Law
University of Southern California
SAME-SEX MARRIAGE, I
SEXUAL ORIENTATION (UPDATE)
Michael Kent Curtis
Professor of Law
Wake Forest University
SLAVERY AND CIVIL LIBERTIES
Barry Cushman
Professor of Law
University of Virginia
NEW DEAL (CONSTITUTIONAL SIGNIFICANCE)
Chandler Davidson
Professor of Sociology and Political Science
Rice University
RACE AND VOTING
VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965 AND ITS AMENDMENTS
(UPDATE)
Julie Davies
Professor of Law
University of the Pacific
CIVIL RIGHTS PRACTICE
Vine Deloria, Jr.
Professor of History
University of Colorado, Boulder
AMERICAN INDIANS AND THE CONSTITUTION
(UPDATE)
Neal Devins
Goodrich Professor of Law
College of William and Mary
CLINTON, WILLIAM JEFFERSON
William S. Dodge
Associate Professor of Law
University of California, Hastings College of the Law,
San Francisco
ALVAREZ-MACHAIN, UNITED STATES V.
EXTRATERRITORIALITY (UPDATE)
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND FEDERAL-STATE
RELATIONS
Michael C. Dorf
Professor of Law
Columbia University
INCIDENTAL BURDENS ON CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
KENNEDY, ANTHONY M. (UPDATE)
Davison M. Douglas
Professor of Law and Director of the Institute of Bill
of Rights Law
College of William and Mary
MISSOURI V. JENKINS (1995)
Ellen Carol DuBois
Professor of History
University of California, Los Angeles
ANTHONY, SUSAN BROWNELL
SENECA FALLS CONVENTION
STANTON, ELIZABETH CADY
WOMAN SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT
Earl C. Dudley, Jr.
Professor of Law
University of Virginia
CONTEMPT POWER, JUDICIAL (UPDATE)
Lynne A. Dunn
Attorney at Law
Hiering, Dupignac, & Stanzione, Toms River, N.J.
POLICE PURSUITS AND CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
Theodore Eisenberg
Henry Allen Mark Professor of Law
Cornell University
BRAY V. ALEXANDRIA WOMEN’S HEALTH CLINIC
COLLINS V. CITY OF HARKER HEIGHTS
CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES (UPDATE)
IMMUNITY OF PUBLIC OFFICIALS
Christopher L. Eisgruber
Professor of Law
New York University
BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIP
NATIONAL UNITY, GROUP CONFLICT, AND THE
CONSTITUTION
RATIONAL BASIS (UPDATE)
STEVENS, JOHN PAUL (UPDATE 2)
David E. Engdahl
Professor of Law
Seattle University
TAXING AND SPENDING POWERS (UPDATE)
Peter D. Enrich
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of
Law
Northeastern University
STATE TAX INCENTIVES AND SUBSIDIES TO BUSINESS
Richard A. Epstein
James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of
Law
University of Chicago
ANTIDISCRIMINATION LEGISLATION (UPDATE 2A)
REGULATORY TAKINGS
Cynthia L. Estlund
Professor of Law
Columbia University
EMPLOYEE SPEECH RIGHTS (PRIVATE)
Daniel A. Farber
Henry J. Fletcher Professor of Law
University of Minnesota
ECONOMIC REGULATION (UPDATE)
Katherine Hunt Federle
Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Justice
for Children Project
Ohio State University
JUVENILE CURFEW LAWS
Louis Fisher
Senior Specialist in Separation of Powers
Congressional Research Service, The Library of
Congress
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 1989-1999
LINE-ITEM VETO (UPDATE)
PRESIDENTIAL WAR POWERS
James S. Fishkin
Darrell K. Royal Regents Chair in Government
University of Texas, Austin
DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY
Catherine L. Fisk
Professor of Law
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
FILIBUSTER (with Erwin Chemerinsky)
Owen M. Fiss
Sterling Professor of Law
Yale University
JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE
Martin S. Flaherty
Visiting Professor of Law
China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing
HISTORY IN CONSTITUTIONAL ARGUMENTATION
William A. Fletcher
Richard W. Jennings Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
JURISDICTION, FEDERAL (UPDATE)
LUJAN V. DEFENDERS OF WILDLIFE
STANDING (UPDATE)
William E. Forbath
Angus Wynne, Sr., Professor of Civil Jurisprudence
and Professor of History
University of Texas, Austin
CONSTITUTIONAL DUALISM
Maria Foscarinis
Executive Director
National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty,
Washington, D.C.
HOMELESSNESS AND THE CONSTITUTION
Jody Freeman
Acting Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND THE
CONSTITUTION (UPDATE 2)
Steven I. Friedland
Professor of Law
Nova Southeastern University
SEXUAL PREDATOR LAWS
Barry Friedman
Professor of Law
Vanderbilt University
NEUTRAL PRINCIPLES
Joel Wm. Friedman
Professor of Law
Tulane University
WISDOM, JOHN MINOR
Lawrence M. Friedman
Marion Rice Kirkwood Professor of Law
Stanford University
HURST, J. WILLARD
Leon Friedman
Joseph Kushner Distinguished Professor of Civil
Liberties Law
Hofstra University
EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE (UPDATE)
Stephen Gardbaum
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
PREEMPTION (UPDATE)
Cliff Gardner
Attorney at Law
Gardner & Derham, San Francisco, Calif.
HABEAS CORPUS (UPDATE 2)
Elizabeth Garrett
Assistant Professor of Law
University of Chicago
TERM LIMITS
Michael J. Gerhardt
Professor of Law
College of William and Mary
CLINTON V. JONES
PRESIDENTIAL IMMUNITY
Howard Gillman
Associate Professor of Political Science
University of Southern California
LIVING CONSTITUTION
Michael J. Glennon
Professor of Law
University of California, Davis
SEPARATION OF POWERS (UPDATE)
Carole Goldberg
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
TRIBAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND THE
CONSTITUTION
Joseph Goldstein
Sterling Professor Emeritus of Law and Derald H.
Ruttenberg Professorial Lecturer in Law
Yale University
PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF SUPREME COURT
OPINIONS
Robert D. Goldstein
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
CHANDLER V. MILLER
PLANNED PARENTHOOD V. CASEY
Gary Goodpaster
Professor of Law
University of California, Davis
PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS OF LAW, CIVIL
(UPDATE 2)
Joel M. Gora
Professor of Law
Brooklyn Law School
COMMUNICATIONS DECENCY ACT
‘‘MUST CARRY’’ LAW
TURNER BROADCASTING SYSTEM, INC. V. FCC
Neil Gotanda
Professor of Law
Western State University
CRITICAL RACE THEORY (with Kimberle’ Crenshaw,
Gary Peller, and Kendall Thomas)
Mark A. Graber
Associate Professor of Government and Politics
University of Maryland, College Park
EMPLOYEE SPEECH RIGHTS (PUBLIC)
NATIONAL TREASURY EMPLOYEES UNION, UNITED
STATES V.
WATERS V. CHURCHILL
Joseph D. Grano
Distinguished Professor of Law
Wayne State University
SCALIA, ANTONIN (UPDATE)
Linda Greenhouse
The New York Times
Washington, D.C.
JOURNALISTS AND THE SUPREME COURT
Bernard Grofman
Professor of Political Science
University of California, Irvine
ELECTORAL DISTRICTING, I
MILLER V. JOHNSON
SHAW V. RENO AND ITS PROGENY
Janet E. Halley
Professor of Law and Robert E. Paradise Faculty
Scholar
Stanford University
ROMER V. EVANS
SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND THE ARMED FORCES
Marci A. Hamilton
Professor of Law
Yeshiva University
O’CONNOR, SANDRA DAY (UPDATE 2)
Ian F. Haney Lo’pez
Acting Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1991
RACIAL DISCRIMINATION (UPDATE 2)
Bernard E. Harcourt
Associate Professor of Law
University of Arizona
CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT (UPDATE 2)
Cheryl I. Harris
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
TRUTH, SOJOURNER
Erica Harris
Associate
Susman Godfrey, L.L.P., Houston, Texas
AGE DISCRIMINATION (UPDATE) (with Samuel
Issacharoff)
John C. Harrison
Professor of Law and Class of 1966 Research Professor
University of Virginia
DEMOCRATIC THEORY AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Hendrik Hartog
Class of 1921 Bicentennial Chair in the History of
American Law and Liberty
Princeton University
RIGHTS ISSUES IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Richard L. Hasen
Associate Professor of Law
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
PATRONAGE
TIMMONS V. TWIN CITIES AREA NEW PARTY
Louis Henkin
University Professor, Emeritus
Columbia University
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS
Lawrence Herman
Professor of Law, Emeritus
Ohio State University
POLICE INTERROGATION AND CONFESSIONS
(UPDATE 2)
Susan N. Herman
Professor of Law
Brooklyn Law School
DOUBLE JEOPARDY (UPDATE 2)
SPEEDY TRIAL (UPDATE 2)
Morton J. Horwitz
Charles Warren Professor of the History of American
Law
Harvard University
TRANSFORMATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Herbert Hovenkamp
Ben V. and Dorothy Willie Professor of Law and
History
University of Iowa
LO’ PEZ, UNITED STATES V.
A. E. Dick Howard
White Burkett Miller Professor of Law and Public
Affairs
University of Virginia
INFLUENCE OF THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION
ABROAD (UPDATE)
Ruth-Arlene W. Howe
Professor of Law and Advisor to the Black Law
Student Association and Third World Law Journal
Boston College
ADOPTION, RACE, AND THE CONSTITUTION
Dennis J. Hutchinson
Professor and Senior Lecturer in Law and editor of
The Supreme Court Review
University of Chicago
KURLAND, PHILIP B.
WHITE, BYRON R. (UPDATE 2)
Keith N. Hylton
Professor of Law
Boston University
PROPERTY RIGHTS AND THE HUMAN BODY
Scott C. Idleman
Assistant Professor of Law
Marquette University
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT
Samuel Issacharoff
Visiting Professor of Law
Columbia University
AGE DISCRIMINATION (UPDATE) (with Erica Harris)
CENSUS
ELECTORAL DISTRICTING, FAIRNESS, AND JUDICIAL
REVIEW
Vicki C. Jackson
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
ELEVENTH AMENDMENT (UPDATE 2)
FEDERALISM
SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY (UPDATE)
Robert J. Kaczorowski
Professor of Law
Fordham University
MURPHY, PAUL L.
Elena Kagan
Visiting Professor of Law
Harvard University
LIBEL AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT (UPDATE)
MASSON V. NEW YORKER MAGAZINE, INC.
Jerry Kang
Acting Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
ASIAN AMERICANS AND THE CONSTITUTION
INTERNET AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH
Daniel Kanstroom
Associate Professor of Law
Boston College
ANTITERRORISM AND EFFECTIVE DEATH PENALTY
ACT
Kenneth L. Karst
David G. Price and Dallas P. Price Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
CHURCH OF THE LUKUMI BABALU AYE, INC. V. CITY
OF HIALEAH
EULE, JULIAN N.
FORSYTH COUNTY, GEORGIA V. NATIONALIST
MOVEMENT
M. L. B. V. S. L. J.
NONMARITAL CHILDREN
Andrew L. Kaufman
Professor of Law
Harvard University
FREUND, PAUL A.
GRISWOLD, ERWIN N.

William K. Kelley
Associate Professor of Law
University of Notre Dame
AGOSTINI V. FELTON
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF KIRYAS JOEL VILLAGE
SCHOOL DISTRICT V. GRUMET
Michael J. Klarman
James Monroe Professor of Law and F. Palmer Weber
Research Professor of Civil Liberties & Human
Rights
University of Virginia
CIVIL LIBERTIES (UPDATE 2)
SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS (UPDATE 2)
Lisa A. Kloppenberg
Associate Professor of Law
University of Oregon
AVOIDANCE DOCTRINE
Andrew Koppelman
Assistant Professor of Law and Political Science
Northwestern University
BAEHR V. LEWIN
J. Morgan Kousser
Professor of History and Social Science
California Institute of Technology
REAPPORTIONMENT (UPDATE)
VOTING RIGHTS (UPDATE)
Candace Saari Kovacic-Fleischer
Professor of Law
American University
SEX DISCRIMINATION (UPDATE 2)
VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES V.
Harold J. Krent
Professor and Associate Dean
Chicago-Kent College of Law
UNITARY EXECUTIVE
Wayne R. LaFave
David C. Baum Professor of Law, Emeritus
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
FOURTH AMENDMENT (UPDATE)
Kurt T. Lash
Professor of Law and W. Joseph Ford Fellow
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
GOVERNMENT AID TO RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS
(UPDATE 2)
RELIGION AND SECULARISM IN CONSTITUTIONAL
INTERPRETATION AND DEMOCRATIC DEBATE
SCHOOL CHOICE
Stanley K. Laughlin, Jr.
Professor of Law and Adjunct Professor of
Anthropology
Ohio State University
PUERTO RICO
TERRITORIES OF THE UNITED STATES
Frederick M. Lawrence
Professor of Law
Boston University
HATE CRIMES
R. A. V. V. CITY OF ST. PAUL
WISCONSIN V. MITCHELL
Evan Tsen Lee
Professor of Law
University of California, Hastings College of the Law,
San Francisco
CONGRESSIONAL STANDING
MOOTNESS (UPDATE)
RIPENESS (UPDATE)
Andrew D. Leipold
Professor of Law
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
JURY NULLIFICATION
Laurie L. Levenson
Professor of Law and William M. Rains Fellow
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
FREE PRESS/FAIR TRIAL (UPDATE)
Sanford Levinson
W. St. John Garwood and W. St. John Garwood, Jr.,
Centennial Chair in Law and Professor of
Government
University of Texas, Austin
CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY (UPDATE)
GUN CONTROL
MILITIAS, MODERN
RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY AND THE CONSTITUTION
Leonard W. Levy
Retired
Brandeis University
CIVIL FORFEITURE
COMMAGER, HENRY STEELE
PROPERTY
Hans A. Linde
Senior Judge
Oregon Supreme Court
INITIATIVE (UPDATE)
Donald E. Lively
Dean and Professor of Law
Florida Coastal School of Law
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS (UPDATE 2)
Daniel H. Lowenstein
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
BALLOT ACCESS
CAMPAIGN FINANCE (UPDATE 2)
Ira C. Lupu
Louis Harkey Mayo Research Professor of Law
George Washington University
RELIGION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS (UPDATE 2)
SCHOOL PRAYERS (UPDATE)
Jonathan R. Macey
J. DuPratt White Professor of Law and Director of the
John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics
Cornell University
PUBLIC CHOICE THEORY AND CONSTITUTIONAL
JURISPRUDENCE
STATUTORY INTERPRETATION
Catharine A. MacKinnon
Elizabeth A. Long Professor of Law
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT
WORKPLACE HARASSMENT AND THE FIRST
AMENDMENT, II
Deborah C. Malamud
Professor of Law
University of Michigan
ADARAND CONSTRUCTORS, INC. V. PEN˜ A
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION (UPDATE 2)
Earl M. Maltz
Distinguished Professor of Law
Rutgers University, Camden
BUSH, GEORGE H. W. (UPDATE)
REHNQUIST, WILLIAM H. (UPDATE 2)
Nancy S. Marder
Associate Professor of Law
University of Southern California
PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES
Gregory A. Mark
Professor of Law and Member of the Graduate
Faculty in History
Rutgers University, Newark
CORPORATE FEDERALISM (HISTORICAL
DEVELOPMENT)
RIGHT TO PETITION
Calvin R. Massey
Professor of Law
University of California, Hastings College of the Law,
San Francisco
SENATE AND JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS
Christopher N. May
Professor of Law and James P. Bradley Chair of
Constitutional Law
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
EXECUTIVE DEFIANCE OF ‘‘UNCONSTITUTIONAL’’
LAWS
WAR POWERS (UPDATE 2)
William T. Mayton
Thomas J. Simmons Professor of Law
Emory University
RUST V. SULLIVAN
SUBSIDIZED SPEECH
Edward J. McCaffery
Maurice Jones, Jr., Professor of Law
University of Southern California
DOLAN V. CITY OF TIGARD
LUCAS V. SOUTH CAROLINA COASTAL COUNCIL
TAKING OF PROPERTY (UPDATE 2)
Charles J. McClain
Vice Chair of the Jurisprudence and Social Policy
Program
University of California, Berkeley
ASIAN IMMIGRANTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY
Michael W. McConnell
Presidential Professor of Law
University of Utah
ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE (UPDATE)
LAMB’S CHAPEL V. CENTER MORICHES UNION FREE
SCHOOL DISTRICT
LEE, REX EDWIN
RELIGION AND FREE SPEECH
John O. McGinnis
Professor of Law
Yeshiva University
SUPERMAJORITY RULES (with Michael B. Rappaport)
Elizabeth Mensch
Professor of Law
State University of New York, Buffalo
ABORTION AND THE CONSTITUTION (UPDATE 2A)
Douglas E. Mirell
Partner
Loeb & Loeb, Los Angeles
FREE SPEECH, MURDER MANUALS, AND INSTRUCTION
OF VIOLENCE (with Robert N. Treiman)
Rachel F. Moran
Robert D. and Leslie-Kay Raven Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
‘‘OFFICIAL ENGLISH’’ LAWS
Eric L. Muller
Associate Professor of Law
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
HARMLESS ERROR (UPDATE)
Gerald L. Neuman
Herbert Wechsler Professor of Federal Jurisprudence
Columbia University
ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION REFORM AND IMMIGRANT
RESPONSIBILITY ACT
IMMIGRATION AND ALIENAGE (UPDATE 2)
IMMIGRATION REFORM AND CONTROL ACT
Roger K. Newman
Research Scholar
New York University
BREYER, STEPHEN G.
Gene R. Nichol
Dean and Burton Craige Professor of Law
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
PUBLIC LAW LITIGATION
Marlene Arnold Nicholson
Professor of Law
DePaul University
AUSTIN V. MICHIGAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND
THE ‘‘NEW CORRUPTION’’
John T. Nockleby
Professor of Law
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
HATE SPEECH
Dawn C. Nunziato
Associate Professor of Law
George Washington University
ANONYMOUS POLITICAL SPEECH (with David G. Post)
James L. Oakes
Senior Circuit Judge
United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
JUDICIAL COLLEGIALITY
David M. O’Brien
Leone Reaves and George W. Spicer Professor of
Government and Foreign Affairs
University of Virginia
REHNQUIST COURT (UPDATE)
SOUTER, DAVID H. (UPDATE)
James M. O’Fallon
Associate Dean for Academics and Frank Nash
Professor of Law
University of Oregon
ATTORNEY SPEECH
FLORIDA BAR V. WENT FOR IT, INC.
Robert M. O’Neil
Director
Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free
Expression, Charlottesville, Virginia
COHEN V. COWLES MEDIA CO.
FOOD LION, INC. V. AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO.
(ABC)
JOURNALISTIC PRACTICES, TORT LIABILITY, AND THE
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
Karen Orren
Professor of Political Science
University of California, Los Angeles
FEUDALISM AND THE CONSTITUTION
Joel R. Paul
Professor of Law
University of Connecticut
EXECUTIVE AGREEMENTS (UPDATE)
Michael Stokes Paulsen
Briggs and Morgan Professor of Law
University of Minnesota
IMPEACHMENT (UPDATE)
Anthony A. Peacock
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Utah State University
ELECTORAL DISTRICTING, II
Gary Peller
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
CIVIL RIGHTS (UPDATE 2)
CRITICAL RACE THEORY (with Kimberle’ Crenshaw,
Neil Gotanda, and Kendall Thomas)
Robert V. Percival
Robert Stanton Scholar, Professor of Law, and
Director of the Environmental Law Program
University of Maryland, Baltimore
FEDERALISM AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
Cornelia T. L. Pillard
Associate Professor of Law
Georgetown University
RETROACTIVITY OF LEGISLATION (UPDATE)
David G. Post
Associate Professor of Law
Temple University
ANONYMOUS POLITICAL SPEECH (with Dawn C.
Nunziato)
Anne Bowen Poulin
Professor of Law
Villanova University
PLAIN FEEL DOCTRINE
Monroe E. Price
Professor of Law
Yeshiva University
COMMUNICATIONS AND COMMUNITY
COMMUNICATIONS AND DEMOCRACY
George W. Pring
Professor of Law
University of Denver
STRATEGIC LAWSUITS AGAINST PUBLIC
PARTICIPATION IN GOVERNMENT (with Penelope
Canan)
Jack N. Rakove
Professor of American History
Stanford University
MADISONIAN CONSTITUTION
Michael B. Rappaport
Professor of Law
University of San Diego
SUPERMAJORITY RULES (with John O. McGinnis)
Jamin Raskin
Professor of Constitutional Law
American University
ALIEN SUFFRAGE
Judith Resnik
Arthur Liman Professor of Law
Yale University
FEDERAL JUDICIAL ROLE
SINGLE-SEX EDUCATION
William L. Reynolds
Jacob A. France Professor of Judicial Process
University of Maryland
FULL FAITH AND CREDIT (UPDATE) (with William M.
Richman)
William M. Richman
Distinguished University Professor of Law
University of Toledo
FULL FAITH AND CREDIT (UPDATE) (with William L.
Reynolds)
Dorothy Roberts
Professor of Law
Northwestern University
RACE, REPRODUCTION, AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Robert E. Rodes, Jr.
Professor of Law
University of Notre Dame
ABORTION AND THE CONSTITUTION (UPDATE 2B)
Daniel B. Rodriguez
Dean and Professor of Law
University of San Diego
LEGAL PROCESS
Gerald N. Rosenberg
Associate Professor of Political Science and Lecturer of
Law
University of Chicago
COURTS AND SOCIAL CHANGE, I
Thomas D. Russell
Professor of Law and History
University of Texas, Austin
SLAVERY AND PROPERTY
David K. Ryden
Assistant Professor of Political Science and Towsley
Research Scholar
Hope College
LOBBYING DISCLOSURE ACT
POLITICAL PARTIES (UPDATE)
PRIMARY ELECTION (UPDATE)
Austin Sarat
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence
and Political Science, President of the Law and
Society Association, and Chair of the Working
Group on Law, Culture, and the Humanities
Amherst College
SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH AND CONSTITUTIONAL
LAW
Frederick Schauer
Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
University
FREEDOM OF SPEECH (UPDATE 2)
NONJUDICIAL INTERPRETATION OF THE
CONSTITUTION (UPDATE) (with Larry Alexander)
Harry N. Scheiber
Stefan Riesenfeld Professor of Law and History
University of California, Berkeley
DEVOLUTION AND FEDERALISM IN HISTORICAL
PERSPECTIVE
DIRECT DEMOCRACY (UPDATE)
OCEAN LAW AND THE CONSTITUTION
Pierre Schlag
Byron R. White Professor of Law
University of Colorado, Boulder
POSTMODERNISM AND CONSTITUTIONAL
INTERPRETATION
Gary T. Schwartz
William D. Warren Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
PUNITIVE DAMAGES (UPDATE)
Maimon Schwarzschild
Professor of Law
University of San Diego
Barrister
Lincoln’s Inn, London
ROSENBERGER V. RECTOR & VISITORS OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
VALUE PLURALISM AND THE CONSTITUTION
Robert A. Sedler
Professor of Law
Wayne State University
ANTIDISCRIMINATION LEGISLATION (UPDATE 2B)
EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWS (UPDATE 2)
Louis Michael Seidman
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
JUDICIAL ACTIVISM AND JUDICIAL RESTRAINT (UPDATE)
Peter M. Shane
Professor of Law
University of Pittsburgh
JUDICIAL IMPEACHMENT
NIXON V. UNITED STATES
Gene R. Shreve
Richard S. Melvin Professor of Law
Indiana University, Bloomington
CHOICE OF LAW AND CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
Mark Silverstein
Professor of Political Science
Boston University
CONFIRMATION PROCESS
David A. Sklansky
Acting Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
BLACKMUN, HARRY A. (UPDATE 2)
CRACK COCAINE AND EQUAL PROTECTION
TRAFFIC STOPS
Bradley A. Smith
Professor of Law
Capital University
ELECTORAL PROCESS AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
Christopher E. Smith
Professor of Criminal Justice
Michigan State University
THOMAS, CLARENCE
Steven D. Smith
Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law
University of Notre Dame
ACCOMMODATION OF RELIGION
Aviam Soifer
Professor of Law
Boston College
GROUPS AND THE CONSTITUTION
Clyde Spillenger
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
BRANDEIS AS PUBLIC INTEREST LAWYER
Kirk J. Stark
Acting Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT TAXATION (UPDATE)
Maxwell L. Stearns
Professor of Law
George Mason University
ARTICLE III AND PUBLIC CHOICE THEORY
Carol S. Steiker
Professor of Law
Harvard University
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND DUE PROCESS
Richard H. Steinberg
Acting Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT
Geoffrey R. Stone
Provost and Harry Kalven, Jr., Distinguished Service
Professor of Law
University of Chicago
CAPITOL SQUARE REVIEW AND ADVISORY BOARD V.
PINETTE
FIRST AMENDMENT (UPDATE 2)
HURLEY V. IRISH-AMERICAN GAY, LESBIAN, AND
BISEXUAL GROUP OF BOSTON
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR KRISHNA
CONSCIOUSNESS V. LEE
PUBLIC FORUM (UPDATE 2)
Marcy Strauss
Professor of Law
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
WITNESSES, JURORS, AND THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH
Kathleen M. Sullivan
Dean, Richard E. Lang Professor of Law, and Stanley
Morrison Professor of Law
Stanford University
AMENDING PROCESS (UPDATE)
CORPORATE POWER, FREE SPEECH, AND DEMOCRACY
UNCONSTITUTIONAL CONDITIONS (UPDATE)
Kendall Thomas
Professor of Law
Columbia University
CRITICAL RACE THEORY (with Kimberle’ Crenshaw,
Neil Gotanda, and Gary Peller)
Amy L. Toro
Visiting Professor of Law
University of California, Davis
FAIRNESS DOCTRINE (HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT
AND UPDATE)
Robert N. Treiman
Partner
Loeb & Loeb, Los Angeles
FREE SPEECH, MURDER MANUALS, AND INSTRUCTION
OF VIOLENCE (with Douglas E. Mirell)
Phillip R. Trimble
Vice Provost for International Studies and Professor of
Law
University of California, Los Angeles
FOREIGN AFFAIRS (UPDATE)
GULF WAR
MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS, GLOBAL MARKETS,
AND THE CONSTITUTION
Mark Tushnet
Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Constitutional Law
Georgetown University
COURTS AND SOCIAL CHANGE, II
PRIVATIZATION AND THE CONSTITUTION
STATE REGULATION OF COMMERCE (UPDATE 2)
WASTE, POLLUTION, AND THE CONSTITUTION
Melvin I. Urofsky
Professor of History and Director of the Doctoral
Program in Public Policy & Administration
Virginia Commonwealth University
ROOSEVELT COURT
William W. Van Alstyne
William R. Perkins and Thomas C. Perkins Professor
of Law
Duke University
COMMERCIAL SPEECH (UPDATE 2)
SECOND AMENDMENT (UPDATE)
Jon M. Van Dyke
Professor of Law
University of Hawai‘i, Manoa
NATIVE HAWAIIAN SOVEREIGNTY MOVEMENTS
Michael Vitiello
Director of the Appellate Advocacy Program and
Professor of Law
University of the Pacific
CAREER CRIMINAL SENTENCING LAWS
Eugene Volokh
Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW AND THE FIRST
AMENDMENT
WORKPLACE HARASSMENT AND THE FIRST
AMENDMENT, I
Lynn D. Wardle
Professor of Law
Brigham Young University
SAME-SEX MARRIAGE, II
Jonathan Weinberg
Professor of Law
Wayne State University
BROADCASTING (UPDATE 2)
James Weinstein
Amelia Lewis Professor of Constitutional Law
Arizona State University
NUDE DANCING
Robin West
Professor of Law
Georgetown University
CONSTITUTION AS ASPIRATION
DIFFERENCE AND CONSTITUTIONAL EQUALITY
G. Edward White
John B. Minor Professor of Law and History
University of Virginia
HOLMES AND FREE SPEECH

Keith E. Whittington
Assistant Professor of Politics
Princeton University
CONGRESSIONAL GOVERNMENT
David C. Williams
Professor of Law and the Charles L. Whistler Faculty
Fellow
Indiana University, Bloomington
RADICAL POPULIST CONSTITUTIONAL
INTERPRETATION
RIGHT OF REVOLUTION (UPDATE)
Adam Winkler
Ph.D. Candidate
University of California, Los Angeles
ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT OF WILLIAM J. CLINTON
BURDICK V. TAKUSHI
BURSON V. FREEMAN
CHICAGO V. MORALES
CLEBURNE (CITY OF) V. CLEBURNE LIVING CENTER,
INC.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (UPDATE)
HOPWOOD V. TEXAS
LADUE (CITY OF) V. GILLEO
John Yoo
Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley
INDEPENDENT COUNSEL (UPDATE)
James B. Zagel
U.S. District Judge
Northern District of Illinois
PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION AND ITS CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITS

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