About

The Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy (DJCLPP) is a scholarly publication that examines legal issues at the intersection of constitutional litigation and public policy. DJCLPP serves as both a practical resource for lawyers, judges, and legislators who confront cutting-edge constitutional and public policy issues and a forum for intellectual discourse surrounding these issues. DJCLPP aims to enhance the community’s understanding of constitutional law and public policy and to arm practitioners with arguments and proposals for reform.

The Journal publishes one issue each Spring, which contains traditional law review articles, as well as practical or policy related essays, notes, and remarks by practitioners, judges, legislators, students, professors, and authoritative commentators. Authors interested in publishing with DJCLPP should submit articles, notes, and essays to clj-submissions@law.duke.edu.

In addition to its annual published issue, DJCLPP regularly publishes timely comments on topical trends and current subjects of constitutional law and public policy online. These comments allow journal members to discuss the implications of current Supreme Court cases.

DJCLPP publishes exclusively online, starting with Volume 9. Previous issues can be accessed here.

Interested Duke Law students should contact the Editor-in-Chief to find out more about becoming a member of the Journal.

View our Masthead

About

The Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy (DJCLPP) is a scholarly publication that examines legal issues at the intersection of constitutional litigation and public policy. DJCLPP serves as both a practical resource for lawyers, judges, and legislators who confront cutting-edge constitutional and public policy issues and a forum for intellectual discourse surrounding these issues. DJCLPP aims to enhance the community’s understanding of constitutional law and public policy and to arm practitioners with arguments and proposals for reform.

The Journal publishes one issue each Spring, which contains traditional law review articles, as well as practical or policy related essays, notes, and remarks by practitioners, judges, legislators, students, professors, and authoritative commentators. Authors interested in publishing with DJCLPP should submit articles, notes, and essays to clj-submissions@law.duke.edu.

In addition to its annual published issue, DJCLPP regularly publishes timely comments on topical trends and current subjects of constitutional law and public policy online. These comments allow journal members to discuss the implications of current Supreme Court cases.

DJCLPP publishes exclusively online, starting with Volume 9. Previous issues can be accessed here.

Interested Duke Law students should contact the Editor-in-Chief to find out more about becoming a member of the Journal.

View our Masthead