Constitutional Litigation


RECENT CASES: Town of Greece v. GallowayConestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius; Department of Health and Human Services v. Hobby Lobby; Autocam Corp v. SebeliusElmbrook v. Doe

Freedom of Speech & Association

RECENT CASES: Harris v. Quinn; McCullen v. CoakleySusan B. Anthony List et al. v. Driehaus


Property Rights

​RECENT CASES: Brandt v. United StatesPowell v. Humboldt


Limited Government

RECENT CASES: Bond v. United States; Chamber of Commerce v. EPALiberty University v. Lew; NOM v. United StatesMeridian Moulding v. Labor Commissioner; NLRB v. Noel Canning; Peri & Sons Farms, Inc. v. Rivera; Sissel v. HHSUnite Here v. Muhall; Walburg v. Nack


2nd Amendment

ACTIVE CASES: Davis v. Los AngelesJackson v. San FranciscoWollschlaeger v. Florida

​RECENT CASES: Drake v. Jerejian; Kachalsky v. CacasePeruta v. County of San DiegoWoollard v. Sheridan

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"The mission of the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence’s litigation program is, through strategic litigation, to restore the principles of the American founding to their rightful and preeminent authority in our national life, and to educate the next generation of lawyers and opinion leaders about the importance of these principals to individual liberty."

- Dr. John C. Eastman, Founding Director of the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence

Federalism (archived)


Separation of Powers (archived)


Virtue & Morality (archived)


The Right to Life

​RECENT CASES: Horne v. Isaacson


"All Men Are Created Equal"

RECENT CASES: Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action




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