The Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy symposium examines legal issues at the intersection of constitutional litigation and public policy. Held semi-annually at Duke Law since 2011, the DJCLPP symposium is aimed at practitioners, judges, and legislators confronting new constitutional issues, and the constitutional and policy dimensions of court decisions and legislation.
Browse the contents of Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy (Symposium):
- 2016 | The American Death Penalty After Glossip
- 2015 | Fraud on the Market after Halliburton II
- 2014 | The Future of Campaign Finance Reform
- 2013 | Perspectives on Migration, Governance, and Citizenship
- 2012 | The Consequences and Constitutional Dilemma of State Debt
- 2011| Judicial Takings: Exploring the Boundaries of the Fifth Amendment