The Civil Rights Queen and Her Court

Tomiko Brown-Nagin’s book recounts the remarkable — and too little-known — life and achievements of civil rights lawyer and judge Constance Baker Motley

Brown-Nagin hopes that current and future generations will learn Motley’s story, which showcases her resilience and the many different ways one can make contributions over the course of a career.

A Blast from the Past

Adrian Vermeule proposes an approach to constitutional interpretation rooted in classical legal tradition

“Common Good Constitutionalism" offers a fundamental critique of both leading approaches to the debate over constitutional law and interpretation.

Faculty Books in Brief: Summer 2022

From the Hughes Court to stock market short-termism to the U.S.'s "defend forward" cyber strategy