Volume 124 Issue 3
The New Equal Protection
Three’s a Crowd – Defending the Binary Approach to Government Speech
United States v. Maynard
D.C. Circuit Deems Warrantless Use of GPS Device an Unreasonable Search.
Fox Television Stations, Inc. v. FCC
Second Circuit Strikes Down the FCC's Indecency Policy as Void for Vagueness.
Educational Media Co. at Virginia Tech v. Swecker
Fourth Circuit Holds that a Regulation Largely Prohibiting Alcohol Advertisements in College Newspapers Is Constitutional.
Bryant v. Media Right Productions, Inc.
Second Circuit Holds that an Album of Music Is a Compilation.
ACORN v. United States
Second Circuit Holds that Law Barring ACORN from Receiving Federal Funding Is Not a Bill of Attainder.
The Political Animal and the Ethics of Constitutional Commitment
Responding to Daryl Levinson, Parchment and Politics: The Positive Puzzle of Constitutional Commitment, 124 Harv. L. Rev. 657 (2011)