Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy

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Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy  
DisciplineLegal studies
Publication details
Publication history
Standard abbreviations
Duke J. Const. Law Public Policy

The Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy was established by members of the class of 2006. The first editor-in-chief was Scott Mikkelsen; the current editor-in-chief is Daniel Browning.[1]

The journal intends to fill a gap in law journal scholarship with a publication that could "cover constitutional developments and litigation, and their intersection with public policy". To ensure that the journal would remain timely, it established a partnership with the Duke Program in Public Law to produce "Supreme Court Commentaries" summarizing and explaining the impact recent cases could have on current issues.

The journal publishes continually online and annually in print. It has sponsored speaker series and conferences exploring various issues in constitutional law and public policy.


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