By Jeffrey Rosen

A Liberal-Conservative Alliance on the Supreme Court Against Digital Surveillance

Justices found common ground in asserting the relevance of the Fourth Amendment in the electronic age, even as they cited sharply different rationales. An article by Jeffrey Rosen.

The Atlantic

November 30, 2017

Supreme Court Takes Up Search Warrants in the Digital Age

National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen joins WNYC's The Takeaway to discuss Carpenter v. U.S. and the Fourth Amendment.

WNYC: The Takeaway

November 29, 2017

How a Radio Shack Robbery Could Spur a New Era in Digital Privacy

National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen: “Carpenter could be the most important electronic privacy case of the 21st century.”

The New York Times

November 27, 2017

Trump Packing Courts With Conservatives

National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen: "The appointment of judges will be President Trump's most important legacy..."

CNN, Smerconish

November 25, 2017

Freedom of Speech in the Digital Age Featuring Jeffrey Rosen

Podcast: Jeffery Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center and a law professor at George Washington University, talks with Senior Associate Dean Brian Gallini about his research.

Conversations with the Legal Academy

November 15, 2017

Episode 72: The 2nd Amendment

National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen discusses the history of the 2nd Amendment on New Hampshire Public Radio's Civics 101 podcast.

Civics 101: A Podcast

November 07, 2017

Episode 24 Constitutional Law In The 21st Century

National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen examines the landscape of constitutional law in the 21st century with podcast host Demetri Kofinas.

Hidden Forces

November 06, 2017

U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment In Today’s Political Climate

Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, discusses the First Amendment to the US Constitution in the age of Trump.

VOA News

November 03, 2017

Debate on ‘Carpenter v. United States,’ the Fourth Amendment Cell-Site Case

Video: Orin Kerr and Alex Abdo discuss Carpenter v. United States and digital privacy with National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen.

The Washington Post

November 01, 2017

Free Speech is Protected — and Public Reason Will Prevail

If America is to remain free, it is essential for us to protect even hateful speech from those who would censor or silence it.

The Washington Times

October 25, 2017

NCC’s Jeffrey Rosen on McCain Receiving the Liberty Medal Award

"The Liberty Medal is awarded to people who have spread the blessings of liberty in America and around the globe."

WHYY Morning Edition

October 16, 2017

Constitutional Expert: Unlikely Someone is Building Case to Invoke 25th Amendment

“The determination of the president’s disability is really a political question,” Rosen said.

CBS Philly

October 11, 2017

Talking About the N.F.L. Protests With Kids

Frame the discussion from a constitutional perspective rather than a political one, said Jeffrey Rosen, president and chief executive of the nonpartisan National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.

The New York Times

October 10, 2017

Is This the Day the Internet Dies?

National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen joins FIRE's free speech podcast.

Fire: So to Speak

October 06, 2017

A SCOTUS Primer

National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen joins the Brian Lehrer Show to preview the upcoming Supreme Court term's big cases.

WNYC: The Brian Lehrer Show

October 02, 2017

From Gerrymandering to Voter Purging – the Critical Issues Facing the Supreme Court

National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen: “It’s an entirely new court when a new justice joins."

The Guardian

October 01, 2017

Supreme Court To Open A Whirlwind Term

National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen joins NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg to discuss Carpenter v. United States.

NPR

October 01, 2017

Partisan Gerrymandering Heads to Court Test: Can It Go Too Far?

It’s a fight that "many consider the most important case involving the structure of American politics in a generation," said Jeffrey Rosen, president of the National Constitution Center.

Bloomberg Politics

September 26, 2017

How Supreme Court Justices Could Avoid Issuing a Verdict on Trump’s Travel Ban

“The liberal justices, especially the pragmatic liberals Breyer and Kagan, will do anything to allow Roberts to avoid a substantive constitutional decision,” Rosen said.

PBS NewsHour

September 19, 2017

Episode 6 of the Constitutional Podcast: ‘Senate and States’

CEO Jeffrey Rosen joins "Constitutional" to discuss the history of the 17th Amendment and the direct election of senators.

The Washington Post

September 11, 2017

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