- "Federal Trials and Great Debates in U.S. History: Judicial Independence
is part of the [Federal Judicial Center and American Bar Association's] joint programming promoting the teaching
and public understanding of judicial history. This series discusses the
history of judicial independence and examines three key cases: Marbury v. Madison (1803), Ex parte McCardle (1869), and City of Boerne v. Flores (1997).
- Now available: The Impeachments of Donald Trump: An Introduction to Constitutional Interpretation (West Academic), by Victoria F. Nourse, Georgetown Law.
- From the Washington Post's "Made by History" section: Anya Jabour (University of Montana), "Claims of protecting sex workers have long been used to punish them"; Ehren Foley (University of South Carolina Press), "The historical preservation law that obscures history"; and Robin Feldman on our "broken" patent system.