Brett Kavanaugh's Radical View of Executive Power
Yes, it’s possible to indict a sitting U.S. president. Here’s why.
Kavanaugh Must Answer the Abortion Question
Your Travel Ban Isn’t Safe Yet, Mr. Trump
Did Anthony Kennedy Just Destroy His Own Legacy?
How Mueller Can Protect the Investigation—Even if He Is Fired
Why the Real Defenders of the Second Amendment Oppose the NRA
Gorsuch, Abortion and the Concept of Personhood
Neil Gorsuch’s Dissertation Opposes Same-Sex Marriage
Why Trump’s Immigration Rules Are Unconstitutional
Trump vs. The Constitution: A Guide
Local and State Government Can Protect the Constitution
Why Prisoners Deserve the Right to Vote
A License to Say Anything
Born Free, But Not Indifferent
The BSA and the cost of discrimination
My Work in the News
Corey Brettschneider joins Soledad O’Brien this week to talk about his new book, The Oath and the Office.
Ralph Nader asks constitutional law professor Corey Brettschneider if the Constitution is capable of stopping Donald Trump
Academic Minute: If the Supreme Court oversteps its bounds, who steps up to protect the rights of the citizens? - March 2017
Interview with Robert Talisse
New Books Network interview on When the State Speaks
Interview with Christian Barry
Carnegie Council, Public Ethics Radio interview on When the State Speaks