By Jeffrey Rosen

What Does It Mean That Pence Hired Outside Counsel?

Paul Butler and Jeffrey Rosen join Greta Van Susteren to discuss new legal questions from the Trump obstruction probe.

MSNBC, For the Record with Greta

June 15, 2017

Neil Gorsuch Hails ‘Rule of Law’ in Harvard Appearance

US Supreme Court Justice Neil M. Gorsuch on Friday extolled the fact that “government can lose in its own courts” in a free society.

Boston Globe

June 04, 2017

Jeffrey Rosen Interviews Breyer, Gorsuch

National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen moderated the annual Harvard Marshall Forum on Friday with two special guests: Supreme Court associate justices Stephen Breyer and Neil Gorsuch.

Roundup

June 04, 2017

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch: Rule of Law ‘a Blessing’

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch acknowledged Friday that there is "a lot of skepticism about the rule of law" in the country but defended the United States judicial system as "a blessing" and "a remarkable gift" during a talk at Harvard University.

Associated Press

June 04, 2017

Gorsuch Stresses Rule of Law, System Where ‘Government Can Lose in Its Own Courts’

With legal challenges to the Trump administration’s initiatives multiplying in federal courts, new Supreme Court Justice Neil M. Gorsuch extolled the virtues of judicial independence and praised a legal system in which “government can lose in its own courts” Friday night.

Washington Post

June 04, 2017

Gorsuch Rejects Doubts Over ‘Rule of Law Today’

Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, in his first public remarks since joining the Supreme Court in April, spoke forcefully on Friday about letting judges have the last word in assessing the constitutionality of government actions.

New York Times

June 04, 2017

The 25th Amendment Makes Presidential Disability a Political Question

In The Atlantic, Jeffrey Rosen explains how nothing in the 25th amendment stops the vice president, Cabinet, and Congress from determining the president is “unable" to hold office, as a political decision.

The Atlantic

May 23, 2017

Jeffrey Rosen on “Federalism for the Left and the Right”

Ilya Somin discusses National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen's recent op ed on federalism.

The Washington Post

May 22, 2017

Federalism for the Left and the Right

Jeffrey Rosen writes for The Wall Street Journal about how people across the political spectrum are turning to states and localities to deal with contentious issues.

The Wall Street Journal

May 20, 2017

Comey’s Bombshell Memo: What’s Next

Is this sufficient grounds for impeachment? Jeffrey Rosen, president of the National Constitution Center and professor of law at George Washington University, answers.

WNYC, The Takeaway

May 17, 2017

A Twenty-First Century Framework for Digital Privacy

CEO Jeffrey Rosen provides an overview of the Center's white paper series and explains how breathtaking changes in technology pose challenges to privacy and security.

Lawfare

May 15, 2017

New Interactive Tool Traces the Evolution of the U.S. Constitution

TIME magazine looks at the National Constitution Center's new American Treasures interactive.

TIME

May 12, 2017

Does Comey’s Dismissal Fit the Definition of a Constitutional Crisis?

What is the best definition of a constitutional crisis? CEO Jeffrey Rosen discusses the firing of FBI Director James Comey for The Atlantic.

The Atlantic

May 11, 2017

Comey’s Feverish Firing, Russia and Cuba’s Energy Dance, Breaking a Prison Pipeline

With President Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey, is the United States careening towards a constitutional crisis? For answers, we turn to Jeffrey Rosen

WNYC, The Takeaway

May 10, 2017

Come See Rough Drafts of History and the Constitution

“By comparing the texts of early drafts of the Constitution, in the American Treasures gallery…visitors can educate themselves about the evolution of American liberty and the emergence of popular sovereignty,” said Jeffrey Rosen

Philly.com

May 05, 2017

Truncating Trump: Is Impeachment Plausible?

Jeffrey Rosen President and CEO, The National Constitution Center, joins 1A to talk about the Constitution's Impeachment Clause.

April 18, 2017

Political Polarization Killed the Filibuster

The practice once promoted debate and compromise, but now, the 60-vote requirement is tantamount to a legislative death sentence. An article by Jeffrey Rosen and Tom Donnelly.

The Atlantic

April 08, 2017

Trump Should Speak Out Against Europe’s Effort to Suppress Free Speech

CEO Jeffrey Rosen discusses free speech in the age of social media.

The Hill

April 06, 2017

Wider Political Battles Play Out in Fight Over Supreme Court Pick Neil Gorsuch

“Both Democrats and Republicans sincerely believe their narratives, and in a sense both are correct,” said Jeffrey Rosen, president of the National Constitution Center.

The Wall Street Journal

March 31, 2017

The Roots of the Battle Over Neil Gorsuch: ‘They Started It’

“This is more the coup de grâce than a new beginning,” said Jeffrey Rosen, president of the National Constitution Center.

The New York Times

March 31, 2017

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