David Fontana is Associate Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School.


Justice Stephen Breyer’s new book thoughtfully discusses how the Court should reconcile foreign and domestic legal issues. But it may be too little too late.


As the Lone Star state continues its economic rise, will it be able to maintain its distinctive identity, or will it become more like the communities it sees as competition?

New Political Geography

The governor’s autobiography might well worry his rural constituents, since like a lot of leaders in state politics, he pretty much ignores anyone who’s not a city dweller.

Federalist Papers

The elite Federalist Society has become an exceptionally effective conservative group. David Fontana looks at how that happened.