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1 Mar 2010, 3:55 pm by constitutional lawblogger
Professor Saul Cornell (Fordham, American History) argues that "[g]un-rights advocates... [read post]
2 Jan 2010, 7:15 am by Alfred Brophy
   Of particular interest to me is that David Hardy received $15,000 for research that included a review of Saul Cornell's A Well-Regulated Militia: The Founding Fathers and the Origins of Gun Control in America, which appeared in the William and Mary Bill of Rights Law Journal, and an article on standing, which appeared in the Thomas Jefferson Law Review.Why this particular interest for me? [read post]
25 Nov 2009, 9:08 am
The Center’s director, historian Saul Cornell, this year moved on to a chair at Fordham University, and his vita shows the dates of the SARC to be 2002â€"2008. [read post]
3 Oct 2009, 11:46 am
This is my cavil with originalists: They plunge into Farrand's or Elliott's but ignore Forrest MacDonald, Bernard Bailyn, Saul Cornell, or Joyce Appleby. [read post]
6 Sep 2009, 10:16 am
Lash's articles reject such fancy-pants translation and choose choose parsimony of historical sources over sociological depth, consulting only one piece of secondary literature, Saul Cornell's excellent book on the Anti-Federalists). [read post]
11 Dec 2008, 10:00 am
Now, in the first and only comprehensive history of this bitter controversy, Saul Cornell proves conclusively that both sides are wrong. [read post]
6 Dec 2008, 12:22 pm
But to get a D rather than an F shouldn't be good enough for Supreme Court opinions that affect people's rights and lives.Be that as it may, if Justice Alito was aware of such criticisms as those offered by Rakove or by, say, Saul Cornell and other professional historians, and if was aware that, at least to my knowledge, not a single professional historian has offered kudos to Justice Scalia's opinion (that Justice Alito signed), then, to put the matter gently, he… [read post]
1 Dec 2008, 4:14 pm
Law firms with blogs or lawyers blogging (Click link to go to list of blogs by that firm): Akerman Senterfitt Akin Gump Alston & Bird Arent Fox Baker & Daniels Baker & Hostetler Blackwell Sanders Blank Rome Bracewell & Giuliani Bradley Arant Rose & White Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney Carlton Fields Cooley Godward Kronish Davis Wright Tremaine Day Pitney Dechert Dewey &… [read post]
28 Jun 2008, 2:30 pm
The first, amply surveyed in this blog and elsewhere, is whether the Second Amendment in 1791 protected an individual right independent of the right to be a member of the local militia (Saul Cornell's wonderful book points out that the Second Amendment might both protect an individual right and be tied to militia service). [read post]
27 Jun 2008, 5:40 pm
Sandy Levinson raises this interesting issue: One of the valuable points made in Saul Cornell's book on the Second Amendment is that self-defense was treated as a "common-law" right and not a "constitutional right" at the time of the Framing. [read post]
27 Jun 2008, 10:34 am
One of the valuable points made in Saul Cornell's book on the Second Amendment is that self-defense was treated as a "common-law" right and not a "constitutional right" at the time of the Framing. [read post]
30 Apr 2008, 11:42 am
These authors include Mark Tushnet, Robert Spitzer, Saul Cornell and Carl Bogus. [read post]
26 Mar 2008, 1:47 pm
" In any event, I have a review in the just-published March 2008 issue of Reviews in American History of two recent books on the Second Amendment by Saul Cornell and Mark Tushnet that some of you may be interested in. [read post]
15 Jan 2008, 6:25 am
The February 2008 issue Ohio State University's enewsletter, Origins, features Professor Saul Cornell's article "The Second Amendment Goes to Court. [read post]
2 Jan 2008, 7:10 am
Hathaway, Saul Levmore, Tracey L. [read post]
5 Dec 2007, 12:40 pm
The original understanding of the text is very complex, as shown by historians Saul Cornell and Jack Rakove among others; and longstanding social practices and many court of appeals have refused to accept the individual rights interpretation. [read post]
31 Oct 2007, 12:50 pm
Responding to my post from yesterday on semantic originalism, Saul Cornell writes:I wonder if one would need to add one more problematic area in your scheme of potential problems in establishing public meaning. [read post]