Bibliography

Neil S. Siegel

Forthcoming

  • After Recess: Historical Practice, Textual Ambiguity, and Constitutional Adverse Possession, Supreme Court Review (forthcoming) (with Curtis Bradley)
  • Constructed Constraint and the Constitutional Text, 64 Duke Law Journal (forthcoming) (with Curtis A. Bradley)

Works in Progress

  • Madison's Reasoning (January 01, 2014)

Issues Edited

Articles and Essays

Newspaper Articles and Commentary

  • Does CNN Deserve to be Reelected?, Huffington Post (November 08, 2012)
  • Romney, Women, and the Supreme Court, Huffington Post (November 05, 2012)
  • Yes, the Justices Indeed 'Make Law', News & Observer (July 13, 2009)
  • The Meaning of the Court's Decision in the School Cases, Contra Costa Times (January 01, 2007)
  • Detainees and the Constitution, News & Observer (September 27, 2006, at A13)
  • Beware the Anti-Freedom Amendment, News & Observer (June 09, 2006, at A15)
  • Separating Childhood Heroes from Today's Politics, Philadelphia Inquirer (February 24, 2006, at A15)
  • Time For Both Sides to Get Real About Alito, Durham Herald-Sun (January 12, 2006, at A7)
  • Taking Issue: Americans Deserve Answers, National Public Radio Online (October 20, 2005)
  • Remembering Chief Justice Rehnquist, Washington Post (September 05, 2005, at A30)
  • Why President Bush Should Not Take the 5th, Houston Chronicle (July 17, 2005, at B11)
  • The Conservative Choice is a Moderate, News & Observer (July 06, 2005, at A13)
  • Rigorous Questions Would Be Only Fair, Philadelphia Inquirer (June 21, 2005, at A19)
  • The Rhetoric Behind Strict Constructionism, Durham Herald-Sun (June 19, 2005, at A11) (with Aziz Huq)
  • Medical Marijuana: Read Between the Lines, News & Observer (June 14, 2005, at A11)
  • Justices Create Confusion in Sentencing by Declaring Guidelines Advisory, Daily Journal (January 18, 2005) (with Erwin Chemerinsky)
  • Nomination Could Bridge Divide, Sun Sentinel (November 22, 2004, at 23A)
  • The Election and the U.S. Supreme Court, Chicago Tribune (November 01, 2004, at C21)