Commentaries: New Issues in Gun Rights - Harvard Law Review
Rather dry reading for non-lawyers, in many ways, but nonetheless quite valuable for understanding the state of 2nd Amendment law at this time. The argmuents presented in these commentaries have and will continue to shape legal decisions for the foreseeable future.
Commentaries: New Issues in Gun Rights
Joseph Blocher, Alan Gura, David B. Kopel, and Darrell A.H. Miller comment on Peruta and other recent cases
Good Cause Requirements for Carrying Guns in Public
Should any reason for wanting a gun be good enough?
By Joseph Blocher
The Second Amendment as a Normal Right
Ruling out ad hoc interest-balancing
By Alan Gura
Does the Second Amendment Protect Firearms Commerce?
Defending the right to sell and trade arms
By David B. Kopel
Peruta, the Home-Bound Second Amendment, and Fractal Originalism
A critique of strictly originalist Second Amendment jurisprudence
By Darrell A.H. Miller