Harvard Law Review: New Issues in Gun Rights

Appearing here, with articles by Dave Kopel, Alan Gura, Joseph Blocher, and Darrell A.H. Miller. “Comment on Peruta and Other Recent Cases.”

I’ll have a news link post a little later, but I wanted to put this one out there because it’s a lot of good stuff. I haven’t read it yet, and probably won’t have time for a bit.

3 thoughts on “Harvard Law Review: New Issues in Gun Rights”

  1. It looks like there are solid works of scholarship here. The first one I read, “Good Cause Requirements for Carrying Guns in Public,” from Joseph Blocher of Duke, is clearly anti-gun and tries to find justifications for anti-gun may-issue schemes, but even Blocher seems to believe that a may-issue scheme that operates as a no-issue scheme is probably constitutionally unsound.

    Not a lawyer, here, but it’s interesting to see their devious little minds at work.

  2. Some interesting reading here. I would be very interested in Blocher’s assessment of New Jersey’s Carry license “scheme” (“may issue” that acts effectively as “no issue”) in regards to it’s constitutionality. Also, while he at least recognizes the shift toward more carry, I suspect he doesn’t like it.

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