Welcome to the Journal of Law & Politics

Published two to three times a year, the Journal consists of articles, essays, book reviews, and commentaries by scholars, practitioners, national political leaders, and students focusing on issues at the cross-roads of law and politics: the role of the judiciary in making law, the relationship of the three branches of government, federalism, the politics of the judicial appointment process, voting rights, campaign finance, redistricting, voter initiatives, ethics investigations, the politics of education, and religious freedom in a pluralist society.

Volume 37.2

Who Belongs: The Constitution of Virginia and the Political Community

by A.E. Dick Howard

The Failure of Home Rule Reform in Virginia: Race, Localism, and the Constitution of 1971

by Richard Schragger and C. Alex Retzlof

Volume 37.1

How President Trump's Tangles with Committees Have Weakened Congress's Investigative Powers

by Michael D. Bopp, Thomas G. Hungar, and Chantalle Carles Schropp