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Volume 43  •  Issue 4  •  Spring 2016  •  Pages 735 to 970

The 2016 Election and the Future of Constitutional Law: The Lessons of 1968
by Earl M. Maltz

The Real-World Fourth Amendment
by Brent E. Newton

Procedural Due Process Liberty Interests
by Ann Woolhandler

Over 900 articles on constitutional law are available in Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly's free-to-access archives.
Shocking the Eighth Amendment’s Conscience: Applying a Substantive Due Process Test to the Evolving Cruel and Unusual Punishments Clause
by Jency Megan Butler

Where Else Is the Appearance of Corruption Protected by the Constitution? A Comparative Analysis of Campaign Finance Laws After Citizens United and McCutcheon
by Vladyslav Dembitskiy

Reforming High-Stakes Police Departments: How Federal Civil Rights Will Rebuild Constitutional Policing in America
by Ivana Dukanovic

Out of Thin Air: Evaluating the Legality of the Clean Power Plan Under the Equal Sovereignty Principle
by Deepa Sharma


If you missed the Volume 42 Symposium "The Religious Rights of Corporations in the Aftermath of Hobby Lobby" with keynote speaker Erwin Chemerinsky the recording is available here.

The CLQ student note written by Ameet Nagra ('14) was recently cited by a federal district court in Critical Care Diagnostics, Inc. v. American Association for Clinical Chemistry, Inc., 2014 WL 634206, at *5.


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