George Mason Law Review, Special Issue (2012): Judicial Engagement and the Role of Judges in Enforcing the Constitution. Features 12 articles on judicial engagement from an array of scholars and commentators, including:
- Randy Barnett, Judicial Engagement Through the Lens of Lee Optical
- Richard Epstein, Judicial Engagement with the Affordable Care Act: Why Rational Basis Analysis Falls Short,
- Clark Neily, Judicial Engagement Means No More Make-Believe Judging
Robert A. Levy and William Mellor, The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded Freedom (2008).
Clark M. Neily III, No Such Thing: Litigating Under the Rational Basis Test, NYU Journal of Law & Liberty.
Clark M. Neily III, One Test, Two Standards: The On and Off Role of “Plausibility” in Rational Basis Review, Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy.
Clark M. Neily III, The Right To Keep And Bear Arms In The States: Ambiguity, False Modesty, And (Maybe) Another Win For Originalism, Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy.
Clark M. Neily III and Robert McNamara, Getting Beyond Guns: Context for the Coming Debate Over Privileges or Immunities, Texas Review of Law & Politics.
Steven M. Simpson, Judicial Abdication and the Rise of Special Interests, Chapman Law Review.