- Paul F. Scott, "Introduction: 'The Constitutional Legacies of Empire'"
- Jane Rooney, "Crown act of state and detention in Afghanistan"
- Courtney Grafton, "Foreign act of state and empire"
- Martin Clark, "'Something like the principles of British liberalism': Ivor Jennings and the international and domestic, 1920-1960"
- Devyani Prabhat, "Unequal citizenship and subjecthood: a rose by any other name...?"
- Donal K. Coffey, "Constitutional law and empire in interwar Britain: universities, liberty, nationality and parliamentary supremacy"
- T. T. Arvind and Daithí Mac Síthigh,"Constitutionalism in the periphery: revisiting the roots of self-rule movements in Ireland and India"
- Lindsay Stirton and Martin Lodge, "Constitutional legacies of empire in politics and administration: Jamaica's incomplete settlement"
- Paul F. Scott, "The Privy Council and the constitutional legacies of empire"
- Roger Masterman, "The constitutional influence of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council on the UK apex court: institutional proximity and jurisprudential divergence?"
The articles by Donal Coffey and Martin Clark are available for download on an open-access basis.
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