Our Globalist Constitution

I had the good fortune of being published in the student newsletter of the American Immigration Lawyer’s Association (AILA), where I discuss the surprising international spirit of the U.S. Constitution and its Framers, including concerns about global public opinion, the privileging of foreign relations, and conforming to international law. Needless to say, this has considerable relevance to this day.

Please click this link to read the source, since I cannot upload documents here. I welcome any feedback and discussion!

Many thanks to those who supported and encouraged me through this process, from colleagues and professors to loved ones.

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