The staff of the Center for Judicial engagement have long been at the forefront of legal research on various issues related to judicial engagement. Here are just a few books and articles we have had published over the years:
- Anthony Sanders, Baby Ninth Amendments: How Americans Embraced Unenumerated Rights and Why It Matters (University of Michigan Press 2023).
- Clark Neily, Terms of Engagement: How Our Courts Should Enforce the Constitution’s Promise of Limited Government (Encounter Books 2013).
- Anthony Sanders, Montana’s Basic Necessities Clause and the Right to Earn a Living, 84 Montana Law Review 75 (2023).
- Adam Shelton & Anthony Sanders, A Story of Judicial Deference to the Will of the People, 15 NYU Journal of Law & Liberty 55 (2021).
- Clark Neily, Judicial Engagement Means No More Make-Believe Judging., 19 George Mason Law Review 1053 (2012).
- Evan Bernick, Reason’s Republic, 10 NYU Journal of Law & Liberty 522 (2016).
- Evan Bernick, Towards a Consistent Economic Liberty Jurisprudence, 23 George Mason Law Review 479 (2016).