Willinger discusses Supreme Court arguments over the federal bump stock ban on Bloomberg Law Podcast
Blocher points to the Supreme Court's "ill-defined" new methodology as the cause of current unpredictability in Second Amendment rulings
Blocher to speak on "America and the Right to Possess Firearms" in Ruth Pauley Lecture in Southern Pines
Willinger tells The Trace the Mexican government presents "an uncommonly strong argument" in lawsuit against U.S. gunmakers
Willinger talks with NPR about the Repository of Historical Gun Laws, a 2,000-law database in high demand after Bruen
Listen: Blocher joins NPR's Throughline to discuss the history, interpretation, and implementation of the Second Amendment
Scholarship by Blocher, Miller, Powell and Carberry '21 cited in District Court opinion on California firearms laws
Panel videos from Center for Firearms Law symposium on "History, Tradition, and Analogical Reasoning" now available
Blocher tells legislators the historical record supports common-sense gun regulations, rebukes insurrectionist theory
Willinger joins Cases and Controversies podcast to discuss Second Amendment adjudication at the Supreme Court
Miller to NY Times: Bruen test has judges looking to the 1700s for guidance on adjudicating modern gun laws
Blocher to Time: Bruen's historical test introduced "a lot of uncertainty and divergent results in the lower courts"
Blocher to Time: Bruen's historical test for firearms laws introduced "uncertainty and divergent results in the lower courts"
Willinger tells Roll Call the arguments in Rahimi set up the Supreme Court to hear a broad range of federal gun prohibitions