40 Best Constitutional Law Blogs & News Websites
Constitutional Law Blogs
Here are 40 Best Constitutional Law Blogs you should follow in 2023
1. Constitutional Law Professor Blog
Chicago, Illinois, US
Law Professor Blogs, LLC is the nation's only network of legal blogs edited primarily by law professors. Law Professor Blogs, LLC's legal blogs are edited by over 100 law professors, deans, and lawyers. Editors include leading scholars and educators who are committed to providing the web source of legal news, information, commentary, and analysis for law professors, practitioners, government and nonprofit lawyers, and students in their respective fields.
731 ⋅1 post / month ⋅ Oct 2008 Get Email Contact More
2. The Faculty Lounge
The Faculty Lounge Blog consists of conversations about law, culture and academia. Constitutional Law related topics are discussed here. One can speak up in this blog.
2.4K ⋅1 post / day ⋅ Feb 2008 Get Email Contact More
3. Centre on Constitutional Change
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Read the latest news and opinions from the Centre on Constitutional Change. The Centre on Constitutional Change applies the best of social scientific scholarship to the questions raised by the UK's evolving territorial relationships. The Centre also acts as a hub for a much wider network of scholars across the UK and beyond engaged in analysis of contemporary constitutional issues.
Also in Scottish Political Blogs
905⋅ 6.6K ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Jul 2013 Get Email Contact More
4. The Constitution Unit Blog
London, England, UK
Robert Hazell founded the Unit initially to conduct detailed research and planning on constitutional reform in the UK. We continue to fulfil that remit, but also assess the effects of reforms that have taken place, and research constitutional and political arrangements beyond the UK.
Also in UK Law Blogs
1K⋅ 19.2K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
I·CON-The International Journal of Constitutional Law unashamedly celebrates the old virtues of Journal publishing: discernment and selectivity in the choice of articles to publish and an attempt at thoughtfulness and creativity in building each issue, with every effort to give the reader assurances of quality, relevance and interest.
7.5K ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Jul 2008 Get Email Contact More
6. European Law | Constitutional Law Blog
The blog aims at highlighting and commenting on current developments in EU case law and legislation, but will also discuss new relevant legal literature. Our posts provide concise, up to date commentary on legal developments within the EU. We aim at delivering high quality legal analysis, but in a style that is typical to legal blogs: short, informal, and at times opinionated and spicy.
6.6K ⋅1 post / month ⋅ Sep 2012 Get Email Contact More
7. Verfassungsblog | On Matters Constitutional
Verfassungsblog is a forum of debate on topical events and developments in constitutional law and politics in Germany, the emerging European constitutional space, and beyond. It sees itself as an interface between the academic expert discourse on the one hand and the political public sphere on the other.
Also in European Law Blogs
9.3K⋅ 30.9K ⋅2 posts / day ⋅ Oct 2012 Get Email Contact More
8. The Conversation
Boston, Massachusetts, US
The Conversation US arose out of deep-seated concerns for the fading quality of our public discourse and recognition of the vital role that academic experts can play in the public arena. Curated by professional editors, The Conversation offers informed commentary and debate on the issues affecting our world. Plus a Plain English guide to the latest developments and discoveries from the university and research sector.
72.6K⋅ 69.5K ⋅1 post / month ⋅ Jun 2011 Get Email Contact More
9. Verdict Justia | US Constitutional Law Blog
Justia is an online platform that provides the community with open access to the law, legal information, and lawyers. Justia's purpose is to advance the availability of legal resources for the benefit of society. We developed and maintain Justia.com, one of the highest trafficked legal websites in the world that includes a robust lawyer directory, free case law and codes, and community resources.
3.3K⋅ 8.3K ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Jun 2011 Get Email Contact More
10. National Law Review | Constitutional Law and Legal News
Western Springs, Illinois, US
The National Law Review covers legal news related to constitutional law, including the First Amendment, the Fourth Amendment, Unreasonable Search and Seizure, and Freedom of Religion in regards to workplace issues are also covered.
6.5K⋅ 39.7K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact More
11. India Legal Live
New Delhi, Delhi, India
India Legal is a current affairs magazine which emphasis on investigative articles, exclusives, trend breaking pieces, and insightful features. India Legal enclose Apex-High Court News, Indian Law News Updates, Legal Issues in India, IL's live law reportage with inputs from bar & bench.
Also in Indian Law Blogs
42.7K⋅ 33.8K ⋅15 posts / day Get Email Contact More
12. JONATHAN TURLEY | US Constutional Law Blog
Washington, District of Columbia, US
Professor Jonathan Turley is a nationally recognized legal scholar who has written extensively in areas ranging from constitutional law to legal theory to tort law. He has written over three dozen academic articles that have appeared in a variety of leading law journals at Cornell, Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Northwestern, University of Chicago, and other schools.
445.5K ⋅4 posts / week Get Email Contact More
13. Jack Goldsmith | Massachusetts Constitutional Law Blog
Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
Jack Goldsmith is the Henry L. Shattuck Professor at Harvard Law School, a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, and co-founder of Lawfare. He teaches and writes about national security law, presidential power, cybersecurity, international law, internet law, foreign relations law, and conflict of laws.
84.9K ⋅3 posts / year ⋅ Mar 2001 Get Email Contact More
14. Constitutional Accountability Center Blog
Washington, District of Columbia, US
Constitutional Accountability Center envisions a future in which judges, policymakers, academics, non-profit organizations, and the public understand the Constitution, in its most vital respects, to be a progressive document, and always apply the text, history, and values of the whole Constitution to resolve disputes over its meaning.
Also in US Constitution Blogs
5.1K⋅ 10.2K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
15. Inner Temple Library | Constitutional Law Blog
London, England, UK
The aim of this selective Current Awareness blog is to provide up-to-date information on new case law, changes in legislation, and legal news, which we hope will be of interest to lawyers practising in the UK. Coverage is restricted to England and Wales. The content is selected and updated daily by information professionals on the staff of the Inner Temple Library in London.
2K⋅ 12K ⋅3 posts / month ⋅ Jul 2007 Get Email Contact More
Jotwell, the Journal of Things We Like (Lots), is intended to provide a space where legal scholars from various specializations can go to identify and celebrate the latest work of their colleagues. The goal is to help Jotwell's readers locate interesting developments both inside and outside of their particular areas of interest and to encourage positive reviews and discussion of legal scholarship. Reviews are short - typically 500-1000 words - and are easy to understand, so the audience is not
211⋅ 2.2K ⋅1 post / quarter ⋅ Oct 2009 Get Email Contact More
17. Indian Constitutional Law and Philosophy
Through an analysis of some of our important constitutional cases, past and present, I seek to engage with the set of diverse political and philosophical values that underlies the text of the Constitution, and has informed its interpretation over the years. These values may be articulate or inarticulate premises of judicial decisions.
Also in Indian Political Blogs
1 post / day ⋅ Aug 2013 Get Email Contact More
18. Double Aspect | Constitutional Law Blog
Auckland, New Zealand
Double Aspect was started in April 2012, with the purpose of offering some comments on (mostly Canadian) constitutional law, constitutional theory, and legal and political philosophy. It eventually expanded into (mostly Canadian) administrative law, and occasionally makes forays into some other, more or less related areas.
2.5K ⋅1 post / quarter ⋅ Apr 2012 Get Email Contact More
19. Law School Policy Review
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
LSPR is run by a group of students from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. We aim to use our legal expertise and analytical skills to present novel arguments on domestic and international issues that affect our daily lives.
Also in Public Policy Blogs
1.6K⋅ 654⋅ 520 ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact More
20. Appellate Law NJ | Constitutional Law Blog
Mr. Greenberg has argued landmark appeals in the areas of restrictive employment covenants, zoning and planning, class actions, and other fields. He has briefed many other appeals as well, including several Supreme Court of New Jersey cases in which the Court allowed him to submit briefs as an amicus curiae (friend of the Court). The Supreme Court of New Jersey, the Appellate Division, and courts in other states have cited with approval articles that Mr. Greenberg has written.
2 posts / month ⋅ Mar 2011 Get Email Contact More
21. RGNUL Student Research Review (RSRR)
Patiala, Punjab, India
RSRR is a peer-reviewed, student-run, Journal and Blog. RTs are not endorsements.
263 ⋅5 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More
22. THE 'BASIC' STRUCTURE
New Delhi, Delhi, India
My name is Swapnil Tripathi and I am a lawyer based out of New Delhi. I take an active interest in the subjects of Constitutional Law and Legal History. During my time in law school I have tried contributing towards the scholarship on Constitutional Law through academic writing.
Also in Delhi Blogs
2 posts / month ⋅ Sep 2018 Get Email Contact More
23. Above the Law
New York, US
Above the Law takes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of law. The site provides news and insights about the profession's most colorful personalities and powerful institutions, as well as original commentary on breaking legal developments. Above the Law is published by Breaking Media.
68.2K⋅ 183.8K ⋅1 post / quarter ⋅ Dec 2006 Get Email Contact More
24. Harvard Law Review | Constitutional Law Blog
Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
The Harvard Law Review is a student-run organization whose primary purpose is to publish a journal of legal scholarship. By fostering legal inquiry and argument that is fast-paced and timely, the Blog strives to complement the long-form, in-depth analysis that has filled our pages for over a century. We hope that the ideas presented through this new platform will generate debate, uncover new questions, challenge our readers, and inspire continued exploration.
18.5K⋅ 48.1K ⋅1 post / year ⋅ Oct 2017 Get Email Contact More
25. Public Law for Everyone | Constitutional Law Blog
Cambridge, England, UK
Mark Elliott is Professor of Public Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of St Catharine's College, Cambridge. He is also Legal Adviser to the House of Lords Constitution Committee and a co-founder of the international biennial series of Public Law Conferences.
39.9K ⋅1 post / quarter ⋅ Jul 2012 Get Email Contact More
26. The Leaflet | Indian Constitutional Law Blog
New Delhi, Delhi, India
The Leaflet is 'An Imprint of Lawyers Collective', the legal NGO that the duo founded way back in 1980.Lawyers Collective has been known and respected for decades for its pioneering work in civil rights, women's rights, LGBTQ rights, laws and legislations against domestic violence, sexual harassment at workplace, access to medicine, HIV/AIDS work, legal aid for sex workers, trade unions and workers' rights, helping minority community women get property rights, and so much more.
14.4K⋅ 43.1K ⋅30 posts / year ⋅ May 2018 Get Email Contact More
27. UK Constitutional Law Association
The United Kingdom Constitutional Law Association (UKCLA) is the UK's national body of constitutional law scholars affiliated to the International Association of Constitutional Law. Its object is to 'encourage and promote the advancement of knowledge relating to United Kingdom constitutional law (broadly defined) and the study of constitutions generally'.
Also in UK Blogs
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28. Inside SALT | Constitutional Issues Blog
McDermott Will & Emery's Inside SALT blog provides in-depth coverage of the issues surrounding changing the amendments in the law. Opinions of various editors can also be checked out here.
1.4K⋅ 11.2K ⋅2 posts / quarter ⋅ Mar 2013 Get Email Contact More
29. IACL-IADC Blog
The overriding objective of the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL) is to provide a forum in which constitutionalists from all parts of the world can begin to understand each other's systems, explain and reflect on their own, and engage in fruitful comparison, for a variety of purposes. In line with the aims of the IACL, the purpose of this blog is to provide a forum for constitutional conversations that is truly global, that serves our membership.
1.2K⋅ 6K ⋅ Dec 2014 Get Email Contact More
30. IACL-AIDC Blog
The IACL-AIDC blog is your daily link to the International Association of Constitutional Law. The overriding objective of the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL) is to provide a forum in which constitutionalists from all parts of the world can begin to understand each other's systems, explain and reflect on their own, and engage in fruitful comparison, for a variety of purposes.
1.2K⋅ 6K ⋅15 posts / year Get Email Contact More
31. The Legal Geeks | UK And US Constitutional Law Blog
San Jose, California, US
Jessica litigates construction, business, IP, and employment issues nationwide while still presenting on e-discovery and legally geeky issues around the country. Joshua Gilliland is a California attorney and nationally recognized thought leader on electronic discovery with his blog Bow Tie Law. Josh helps law firms and software companies with eDiscovery.
2.9K⋅ 491 ⋅1 post / year ⋅ Oct 2012 Get Email Contact More
32. AUS PUB LAW | Constitutional Law Blog
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
AUSPUBLAW is a collaborative blogging project bringing readers expert commentary and analysis in Australian public law. The Centre hosts the Blog as a public platform for academics and practitioners to engage with the community and each other on important and current public law issues. The views posted on the Blog are those of the contributors and do not reflect the views of the Centre or UNSW Law.
3.9K ⋅10 posts / year ⋅ Jun 2015 Get Email Contact More
33. Nahmod | Constitutional Law Blog
Chicago, Illinois, US
Sheldon Nahmod is a Dist. Professor in Chicago-Kent College of Law. He in this blog speaks about constitutional law and first amendment religion. He comments on the new amendments in these field and decisive opinion regarding the topic.
1.6K ⋅ Aug 2009 Get Email Contact More
34. Prince Law Offices Blog » Constitutional Law
Formed in 1990, Prince Law Offices, P.C. has developed a reputation of excellence in providing high-quality legal services to clients across Pennsylvania. On the blog, find posts about Constitutional Law written by experts.
2.3K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact More
35. Scot | Constitutional Law Blog
Nashville, Tennessee, US
By Daniel A. Horwitz Late last week, the Tennessee Supreme Court issued a trio of critically important decisions on criminal-constitutional issues. Continuing a recent trend on the topic, criminal defendants got walloped. Further Restricting Coram Nobis Relief In Nunley v. State of Tennessee, the Court significantly restricted the measure of relief available under the writ of error coram nobis. Coram nobis is a procedural vehicle
439⋅ 4 ⋅3 posts / year ⋅ Jun 2015 Get Email Contact More
36. Massachusetts Criminal Attorney Blog | Constitutional Law Blog
Acton, Massachusetts, US
Christopher Spring is an attorney general near Massachusetts. He is a criminal lawyer and is specialized in that. he also speaks about the reforms and laws of constitution from a criminal lawyer point of view.
91⋅ 41 ⋅ Jul 2014 Get Email Contact More
37. Law Mystery | Legal Constitutuional Law Blog
Law, enacted for the benefit of the society by conferring rights on the citizens and to regulate social behaviour in many a sphere, is required to be implemented by the law enforcing agencies and the citizens are duty bound to follow the law treating it as sacred. Law has to be regarded as the foundation of a civilized society.
1 post / year ⋅ Jan 2000 Get Email Contact More
38. The (Im)Balance of Power
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Apr 2020 Get Email Contact More
Constitutional Law Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|The Constitution Unit||constitution-unit.com||63|
|Steven D. Schwinn||lawprofessors.typepad.com/conlaw||32|
|Law School Policy Review||lawschoolpolicyreview.com||31|
|Bruce D. Greenberg||appellatelaw-nj.com/category/constitutional-law||24|
|India Legal WH||indialegallive.com||19|
Constitutional Law Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Allahabad High Court||393|
|Delhi High Court||244|
|Law School Hiring||105|
|Bombay High Court||72|
|Madras High Court||62|
|Uttarakhand High Court||58|
|Kerala High Court||53|
|Topic||Past Month Count|