On October 27, 1787, the first of the Federalist Papers is published in support of the newly signed Constitution.
Is there a situation where some rights guaranteed in the Bill of Rights don’t apply at a state level? A new case at the Supreme Court could better define the answer to that question, which has a long history at the Court.
In the year since President Donald Trump’s inauguration on January 20, 2017, a myriad of constitutional issues has so far arisen during his term in office. Here is a review of our coverage of these important topics.
Associate in-house counsel Lana Ulrich breaks down the history of the Trump immigration order saga and the different legal points it faces in the coming weeks.
The incoming Trump administration will focus on tariffs and trade, and a brief review of their history might help to put Trump’s tariff proposals in perspective.
Gitmo remains a constitutional and political enigma, and its end is not quite yet in sight.
Lana Ulrich, associate in-house counsel at the National Constitution Center, looks at claims that presidential candidates can cause a constitutional crisis if elected - and what a true constitutional crisis actually means.
State officials say fossil fuel companies are defrauding the public. But in their zeal to win, are they violating constitutional rights?
Growing attention to the problem of sexual assault on college campuses has raised interesting constitutional concerns.
Lana Ulrich, associate in-house counsel at the National Constitution Center, looks at the recent comments from legal experts about the impasse and ongoing controversy surrounding Judge Merrick Garland’s nomination.