Vol. 26 No. 2, March - March 2015
- Constitutional contraction: religion and the Roberts court.
- Addressing three problems in commentary on Catholics at the Supreme Court by reference to three decades of Catholic Bishops' amicus briefs.
- The originalist case against vouchers: the First Amendment, religion, and American public education.
- Markets in everything and another view of the cathedral: religious freedom and Coasian bargaining.
- Post-Windsor prospects for morals legislation: the case of polygamous immigrants.
- Archetypes of faith: how Americans see, and believe in, their Constitution.
- What DNA can and cannot say: perspectives of immigrant families about the use of genetic testing in immigration.
- A reversal of Pacific States in Article III garb.
- Knowledge is power: assessing the legal challenges of teaching character in charter schools.
- To protect and spy: the San Francisco Police Department & the Civil Rights Ordinance.