Brennan Center for Justice Publications at NYU School of Law
Access hundreds of publications from the Brennan Center for Justice, a nonpartisan law and policy institute, focused on improving the systems of democracy and justice in the United States.
About the Brennan Center for Justice Publications
The Brennan Center for Justice, affiliated with the New York University School of Law, is a nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve the systems of democracy and justice in the United States. The Center’s work focuses on a wide range of issues, such as voting rights, campaign finance reform, racial justice in criminal law, and constitutional protection in the fight against terrorism. The Center considers itself to be a think tank, public interest law firm, advocacy group, and communications hub. It crafts innovative policies and fights for them in Congress and the states, in the courts, and in the court of public opinion.
The Brennan Center’s law and policy scholarship is largely written by attorneys and covers a variety of topics. The Center’s publications are nonpartisan; most works are stand-alone journal-length articles. Once a year, the Center publishes a book-length volume, Democracy and Justice: Collected Writings, which compiles excerpts from the year’s shorter scholarship and includes new material for that publication. The Center’s scholarship undergoes rigorous review by other scholars and legal practitioners who are experts in the report’s field–in that way, the Brennan Center’s scholarship is more scholarly than traditionally edited student law reviews.
HeinOnline users are able to access more than 500 titles containing more than 17,000 pages of content within the Brennan Center for Justice Publications from NYU School of Law database. This collection is included in most HeinOnline U.S. Core Packages.