Articles of note

The Limits of Pluralism, by Christopher Wolfe, a review of Pluralism in Philosophy: Changing the Subject, by John Kekes, First Things, October 2001 issue

Bush’s Judiciary: They can be good without being activist, Guest Comment by Michael B. Brennan, National Review Online, 1/05/01 9:15 a.m.

Does Windsor Strengthen or Weaken Religious Pluralism? A Debate, Andrew F. March and Daniel Kelly, introduced by Greg Foster, First Things, March 30, 2015

The Toyota Principle, by Alex Kozinski, Washington and Lee Law Review, Volume 55, Issue 3, Article 11

Let's Begin By Understanding Where We Are: A report on existing academic accountability for schools in the choice programs and public schools, by Rick Esenberg, President, CJ Szafir, Education Policy Director, and Martin F. Lueken, Ph.D., Education Research Director, Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, December 1, 2014

2013 Civil Justice Update: Recently Enacted State Reforms and Judicial Challenges, by Andrew C. Cook, State Courts White Paper, Federalist Society, March 10, 2014

The Prosecutors Vulture: Inconsistent MBTA Prosecution, its Clash with Wind Farms, and How to Fix it, article by Scott W. Brunner, The Seattle Journal of Environmental Law

Civil Justice Tort Reform Update 2012, State Courts White Paper, by Andrew C. Cook, January 10, 2013

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Plaintiffs Entitled to Receive "Phantom Damages", by Andrew C. Cook, State Court Docket Watch (Fall 2011)

Court Challenges to Legislatively Enacted Tort Reforms by Andrew Cook and Emily Kelchen, State Court Docket Watch (Summer 2011) [pdf]

Gay Marriage Update: New England, Iowa, Wisconsin, and California, by John Shu, State Court Docket Watch (Winter 2011) [pdf]

The Lonely Death of Public Campaign Financing, by Richard Esenberg, Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy (Winter 2010) [pdf]

A Kalal for the Wisconsin Constitution, by Daniel Suhr, SSRN (October 11, 2010)

WI Constitution: History & Revisions, selective bibliography, Marquette University Law School (JJ/SN 2007; JJ updated 1/2010)

Proposals for Changing Judicial Selection in Wisconsin, State Court Docket Watch (Summer 2009) [pdf]

'Judgments Calls', by Daniel Farber and Suzanna, reviewed by Donald Daugherty, Engage, Volume 10, Issue 2 (July 2009)

Taxes and Textualism: Due Weight Deference to the Wisconsin Tax Appeals Commission, by Richard Esenberg, State Court Docket Watch (Fall 2008) [pdf]

Everyone's Business: Emerging Issues in the Wisconsin Supreme Court, by Richard Esenberg (March 2008) [pdf]

A Court Unbound? The Recent Jurisprudence of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, by Richard Esenberg (March 2007) [pdf]

Natural Law and Liberalism: Can this Marriage be Saved?" by Christopher Wolfe, lecture at Regent University, November 1, 2001 [pdf]

Articles on Wisconsin legal history, 47 by Joseph A. Ranney "in honor of the state's Sesquicentennial in 1998", Wisconsin Court System

What Is the Federalist Society, by Owen Fiss, Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, Vol. 15, No. 1 (Winter 1992), p. 5 [pdf]

The Heritage Lectures, by Russell Kirk, June 4, 1980-October 15, 1993, along with The 1995 Russell Kirk Memorial Lectures: Recovering the Permanent Things, September 26, 1995-December 13, 1995

A History of the Organized Bar in Wisconsin, by Philip S. Habermann, Madison, Wisconsin: State Bar of Wisconsin, 1988

Political reform in Wisconsin; a historical review of the subjects of primary election, taxation, and railway regulation, by Emanuel L. Philipp, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, C. N. Casper Co., 1910 (Internet Archive)

Journal of the Convention to form a constitution for the state of Wisconsin, with a sketch of the debates, begun and held at Madison, on the fifteenth day of December, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, by authority of the Convention, Madison, W. T., Tenney, Smith & Holt, Printers, 1848 (page images at HathiTrust)

Constitution of the State of Wisconsin, Adopted in Convention, at Madison, on the first day of February, in the year Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, Beriah Brown edition, State Historical Society