U.S. Constitutional Law: Rights & Liberties eJournal
Editors: Matthew Adler and Brian Bix
Duke University Law School and University of Minnesota

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts that concern individual rights and liberties, principally but not exclusively those grounded in the Bill of Rights. Topics covered include freedom of speech, freedom of religion, the Establishment Clause, search and seizure, rights relating to the criminal trial under the Fifth and Sixth Amendments, the Takings Clause, cruel and unusual punishment, privacy or substantive due process rights, procedural due process rights, equal protection rights, voting rights, and the state action doctrine. Papers regarding Congress' powers under Section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment are also appropriate for this journal. We welcome a broad range of methodological approaches, including both doctrinal scholarship and more theoretical work grounded in economics, history, literary theory, philosophy, political science, psychology, or sociology.

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U.S. Constitutional Law: Rights & Liberties eJournal Advisory Board
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Editors: Matthew Adler and Brian Bix
Duke University Law School and University of Minnesota


Akhil Amar

Lee Bollinger

Paul Brest

Kenneth L. Karst

Lawrence Lessig

Kathleen Sullivan

Cass R. Sunstein