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Jones, Brian Christopher and Sarat, Austin (2016) Justices as 'Sacred Symbols': Antonin Scalia and the Cultural Life of the Law. British Journal of American Legal Studies. ISSN 2049-4092 (Accepted for Publication)

Jones, Brian Christopher (2016) Assessing the Constitutionality of Legislation: Constitutional Review in Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan. Asia Pacific Law Review, 23 (2). pp. 37-62. ISSN 1019-2557

Jones, Brian Christopher (2016) Disparaging the Supreme Court, Part II: Questioning Institutional Legitimacy. Wisconsin Law Review, 2016 (2). pp. 239-260. ISSN 0043-650X

Jones, Brian Christopher (2016) The Online/Offline Cognitive Divide: Implications for Law. SCRIPTed, 13 (1). ISSN 1744-2567 (Accepted for Publication)

Jones, Brian Christopher (2016) Preliminary Warnings on 'Constitutional' Idolatry. Public Law, 2016 (01). pp. 74-92. ISSN 0033-3565

Jones, Brian Christopher (2015) Disparaging the Supreme Court: Is SCOTUS in Serious Trouble? Wisconsin Law Review, 2015 (4). pp. 53-63. ISSN 0043-650X

Jones, Brian Christopher (2015) A Triumph of Ill-Conceived Language: The Linguistic Origins of Guantanamo’s ‘Rough Justice'. Hastings Law Journal Voir Dire, 64. pp. 1-9. ISSN 0017-8322

Jones, Brian Christopher and Su, Yen-Tu (2015) Confrontational Contestation and Democratic Compromise: The Sunflower Movement and its Aftermath. Hong Kong Law Journal, 45 (1). pp. 193-210.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2014) Interpreting Acronyms & Epithets: Examining the jurisprudential significance (or lack thereof). Stanford Law & Policy Review Online, 25. pp. 1-8. ISSN 1044-4386

Jones, Brian Christopher (2014) Is Social Media a Human Right? Exploring the Scope of Internet Rights. International Journal of Constitutional Law Blog.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2013) Westminster's Impending Short Title Quandary: And How To Fix it. Public Law. pp. 223-232. ISSN 0033-3565

Jones, Brian Christopher (2013) The Congressional Short Title (R)Evolution: Changing the Face of America's Public Laws. Kentucky Law Journal Online, 101. pp. 42-64.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2013) Don’t Be Silly: Lawmakers “Rarely” Read Legislation and Oftentimes Don’t Understand It . . . But That’s Okay. Penn State Law Review Penn Statim, 118. pp. 7-21.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2013) Manipulating Public Law Favorability: Is It Really This Easy? British Journal of American Legal Studies, 2 (2). pp. 511-531.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2013) One Redeeming Quality About the 112th Congress: Refocusing on Descriptive Rather than Evocative Short Titles. Michigan Law Review First Impressions, 112. pp. 1-15.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2013) Personalized Bills as Commemorations: A Problem for House Rules? Connecticut Law Review CONNtemplations, 46 (9). pp. 9-17.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2013) Plain Language Prospects in American Public Law: Insiders Weigh In. The Modern American. pp. 15-33.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2013) Processes, Standards and Politics: Drafting Short Titles in the Westminster Parliament, Scottish Parliament and US Congress. Florida Journal of International Law, 25 (1). pp. 57-111. ISSN 1556-2670

Jones, Brian Christopher (2013) SCOTUS Short Title Turmoil: Time for a Congressional Bill Naming Authority. Yale Law & Policy Review Inter Alia, 32 (1). pp. 25-33.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2013) A Triumph of Ill Conceived Language: The Linguistic Origins of Guantamo’s “Rough Justice”. Hastings Law Journal Voir Dire.

Jones, Brian Christopher and Shaheen, Randal M. (2012) Thought Experiment: Would Congressional Short Bill Titles Survive FTC Scrutiny? Seton Hall Legislative Journal, 37 (1). pp. 57-82. ISSN 0361-8951

Jones, Brian Christopher (2012) Drafting Proper Short Bill Titles: Do States Have the Answer? Stanford Law & Policy Review, 23 (2). pp. 455-476. ISSN 1044-4386

Jones, Brian Christopher (2012) Fiduciary Principles and Statutory Form in Relation to the Necessary and Proper Clause: Potential Constitutional Implications for Congressional Short Titles. St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy, 6 (2). pp. 347-372.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2012) Transatlantic Perspectives On Humanised Public Law Campaigns: Personalising And Depersonalising The Legislative Process. Legisprudence (now, The Theory and Practice of Legislation), 6 (1). pp. 57-76.

Jones, Brian Christopher (2011) Do Short Titles Matter? Surprising Insights from Westminster and Holyrood. Parliamentary Affairs, 65 (2). pp. 448-462. ISSN 0031-2290

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