JLPP Publishes Issue 1 of Volume 45’s Print Edition – JLPP Staff

Posted by on Feb 25, 2022 in Per Curiam

JLPP Publishes Issue 1 of Volume 45’s Print Edition

JLPP Staff

The Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy is proud to share Issue 1 of Volume 45’s print edition, just posted today. This Issue begins with five essays from the 2021 Federalist Society National Student Symposium, held at Penn Law School. Senator Mike Lee’s Keynote Address to the Symposium starts off the Symposium portion of the Issue, followed by essays from Dean Ron Cass and Professors Oona Hathaway, John McGinnis, and John Yoo. After the Symposium essays, the Issue includes an adapted version of Justice Samuel Alito’s remarks at the 2020 Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention, delivered virtually at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

On the heels of the publication of his new book Common Good Constitutionalism, Professor Adrian Vermeule has co-authored an essay in Issue 1 with Professor Conor Casey on myths about common good constitutionalism. In addition, Professors Eugene Volokh and Ryan Williams each publish articles in this Issue, with Professor Volokh writing on overbroad injunctions against speech and Professor Williams penning a piece on lower court originalism.

Finally, the Issue features three pieces of student writing—two Notes and a Case Comment. JLPP Articles Chair John Acton kicks off the student writing section with a Note about deference to the commentary of the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines. JLPP Notes Chair Brett Raffish follows with a Note about arbitrary property interference. And former JLPP Articles Chair Jason Muehlhoff finishes the Issue with a Case Comment about the Supreme Court’s decision in Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru, 140 S. Ct. 2049 (2020).

To access the full issue, click here.

Symposium Essays




Notes and Case Comments

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