J.W. Long Law Library


Constitutional Law Theory

Barnett, Randy E., "Are Enumerated Constitutional Rights the Only Rights We Have?  The Case of Associational Freedom," 10 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLICY 101 (1987).

Braden, George D., "The Search for Objectivity in Constitutional Law," 57 YALE LAW JOURNAL 571 (1947/48).

Brest, Paul, "The Fundamental Rights Controversy:  The Essential Contradictions of Normative Constitutional Scholarship," 90 YALE LAW JOURNAL 1063 (1981). 

Ely, John Hart, "The Supreme Court, 1977 Term, Forward: On Discovering Fundamental Values," 92 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 5 (1978).

Grey, Thomas C., "The Constitution as Scripture," 37 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 1 (1984).

Grey, Thomas C.,  "Do We Have an Unwritten Constitution?" 27 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 703 (1975).

Grey, Thomas C., "Origins of the Unwritten Constitution:  Fundamental Law in American Revolutionary Thought," 30 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 843 (1978).

Grey, Thomas C., "The Uses of an Unwritten Constitution," 64 CHICAGO-KENT LAW REVIEW 211 (1988).

Karst, Kenneth L., "Legislative Facts in Constitutional Litigation," 1960 SUPREME COURT REVIEW 75 (1960).

Linde, Hans, "E. Pluribus - Constitutional Theory and State Courts," 18 GEORGIA LAW REVIEW 165 (1984).

Schauer, Frederick, " An Essay on Constitutional Language," 29 UCLA LAW REVIEW 797 (1982).

Schauer, Frederick, "Speech and 'Speech' - Obscenity and 'Obscenity': An Exercise in the Interpretation of Constitutional Language," 67 GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL 899 (1979).

Van Alstyne, William W., "The Demise of the Right-Privilege Distinction in Constitutional Law, " 8 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 1439 (1968).