Selected Publications (2015-present)

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“Disrupting American Healthcare,” Library of Law and Liberty (September 13, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Dan Leach, Author of Floods and Fires,” Southern Literary Review (2017).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“A battle in the heart of Dixie,” The Washington Times (September 6, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews DJ Donaldson, Author of Assassination at Bayou Sauvage,” Southern Literary Review (2017).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Suing for Their Freedom: Auburn University History Professor Discusses Her New Book, In the Shadow of Dred Scott. The author is interviewed here by Allen Mendenhall,” Addendum (newsletter of the Alabama State Bar) (August 2017).

“How to Fight the ABA’s Anticompetitive and Discriminatory Practices,” The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal (August 23, 2017). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Lorna Hollifield, Author of Tobacco Sun,” Southern Literary Review (2017). View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“American Bar Association Stifles Legal Education,” The Heartland Institute (August 1, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Idabel Allen, Author of Roots,” Southern Literary Review (2017).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Emily Carpenter, Author of The Weight of Lies,” Southern Literary Review (2017).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“The Jeffersonian Jurist?  A Reconsideration of Justice Louis Brandeis and the Libertarian Legal Tradition in the United States,” Elon Law Review, Vol. 9, Issue 2 (2017).

“Making Legal Education Great Again,” The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal (June 30, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The American Bar Association Stifles Legal Education,” Mises Wire (June 26, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.  Originally appeared here in Library of Law and Liberty.

“It’s Time to End the American Bar Association’s Monopoly,” Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) (June 25, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here. Originally appeared here in Library of Law and Liberty.

“The American Bar Association Stifles Legal Education,” Library of Law and Liberty (June 22, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Jessica Hooten Wilson,” Southern Literary Review (2017).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Citizenship Outside the Academy,” Academic Questions, Vol. 31, Issue 2 (June 2017).

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Amber D. Tran, Author of Moon River,” Southern Literary Review (2017).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“A Critical Education Department Position Has Been Filled—and Filled Well,” The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal (June 9, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Is the Rule of Law in Danger?” The Imaginative Conservative (May 30, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The Blackstone & Burke Center for Law & Liberty: Examining and Promoting Ordered Liberty in the Common-Law Tradition,” Faulkner Magazine (Spring 2017).

Review of Thomas Goode Jones: Race, Politics & Justice in the New South (University of Alabama Press, 2016), by Brent J. Aucoin. Reviewed in Journal of Faith and the Academy, Vol. X, No. 1 (Spring 2017).

“Southern Exposure: ‘Branden Saved Years of My Life,'” The Atlas Society Commentary (May 18, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“What Is the Rule of Law, Anyway,” The Intercollegiate Review (May 15, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Katherine Clark, Author of The Harvard Bride and The Ex-Suicide,” Southern Literary Review (2017). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Nathaniel Branden, In His Own Words,” The Atlas Society Commentary (May 1, 2017). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Nathaniel Branden’s Oedipus Complex,” The Atlas Society Commentary (April 14, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The Legacy of Nathaniel Branden,” The Atlas Society Commentary (April 6, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The Circuitous Path of Papa and Ezra,” The American Conservative (March / April 2017). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Bren McClain, Author of One Good Mama Bone,” Southern Literary Review (2017).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“The Challenge Facing Law Schools,” Addendum (newsletter of the Alabama State Bar) (February 2017).

“Love and the Law Professors,” The University Bookman (February 19, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Gorsuch and natural law: He’s not another SCOTUS faux-philosopher,” The Hill (February 7, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Donald Trump, the Cowboy,” The Daily Caller (January 30, 2017).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“What’s In Store for the Next Four Years? A Conversation With Allen Mendenhall,” The Austrian, Vol. 3, No. 1 (January / February 2017).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Our Real Constitution—And What Happened to It,” The University Bookman (January 8, 2017).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Dems don’t have to block Trump’s SCOTUS pick—exploit GOP’s divisions instead,” The Hill (January 5, 2017).  View article in PDF by clicking here.

“Why ‘Big Luther’ is the man to fill Sessions’s shoes in the Senate,” The Hill (December 7, 2016).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Richard Posner is a Monster,” Los Angeles Review of Books (December 2, 2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“The Corrective Careers of Concurrences and Dissents,” Faulkner Law Review, Vol. 8, Issue 1 (Fall 2016).

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Danny Johnson, Author of The Last Road Home,” Southern Literary Review (2016).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“The American Nietzsche? Fate and Power in the Pragmatism of Justice Holmes,” UMKC Law Review, Vol. 85, No. 1 (2016).

“Trump can redress Obama’s executive overreach—here’s how,” The Hill (November 22, 2016).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

Review of The Final Days of Great American Shopping, by Gilbert Allen (University of South Carolina Press, 2016).  Reviewed in Southern Literary Review (2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Julia Nunnally Duncan, Author of A Place That Was Home,” Southern Literary Review (2016).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Towards Pragmatic Conservatism: A Review of Seth Vannatta’s Conservatism and Pragmatism in Law, Politics, and Ethics,” University of Dayton Law Review, Vol. 41, Issue 1 (2016).

“The Unmeaning of Unmeaning.”  Review of Edward O. Wilson’s The Meaning of Human Existence in Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, Vol. 40, No. 10 (2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Review of Bourgeois Equality: How Ideas, Not Capital or Institutions, Enriched the World.”  The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol. 19, No. 2 (Summer 2016).  View on the website of the Mises Institute by clicking here.

“The Problem With Socialism,” The Daily Caller (August 18, 2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.  Republished here at Mises Wire.  View the Mises Wire version in PDF by clicking here. Republished here at Lewrockwell.com.  View Lewrockwell.com version in PDF by clicking here.

“The Antiwar Tradition in American Letters,” Antiwar.com (July 13, 2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“In Search of Facism.”  Review of Paul Gottfried’s Fascism: The Career of a Concept (Northern Illinois University Press, 2016).  Review in The American Conservative, Vol. 15, No. 3 (May/June 2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.  Subsequently published here in Swarajya (July 2, 2016).  View Swarajya version in PDF by clicking here.

“The Power of Dissent.”  Review of Melvin I. Urofsky’s Dissent and the Supreme Court: Its Role in the Court’s History and the Nation’s Constitutional Dialogue (Pantheon Books, 2015).  Review in The Alabama Lawyer, Vol. 77, No. 3 (May 2016).

“How Unelected Bureaucrats Became ‘Liberty’s Nemesis.”  Review of Liberty’s Nemesis: The Unchecked Expansion of the State, edited by Dean Reuter and John Yoo (Encounter Books, 2016).  Review in The Federalist (April 30, 2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Make America Mobile Again.” Review of F. H. Buckley’s The Way Back: Restoring the Promise of America (Encounter Books, 2016).  Review in The American Spectator (April 26, 2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“The Sad Career of Justice Stephen Breyer.” The Imaginative Conservative (April 5, 2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Judges and Dons.”  Review of Richard Posner’s Divergent Paths: The Academy and the Judiciary (Harvard University Press, 2016).  Review in The University Bookman (March 20, 2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“The Conservative Mindset:  Allen Mendenhall on Russell Kirk: American Conservative.” Review of Bradley J. Birzer’s Russell Kirk: American Conservative (University of Kentucky Press, 2015).  Review in Los Angeles Review of Books (March 19, 2016).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“A Time for Bonding: Commerce, Love, and Law in The Merchant of Venice,” in Capitalism and Commerce in Imaginative Literature (Lexington Books, 2016), edited by Edward W. Younkins.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Deborah Mantella, Author of My Sweet Vidalia,” Southern Literary Review (2016).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Jacob M. Appel, Phoning Home: Essays.  Review in The Pleiades Book Review, Vol. 13, Issue 2 (2016).

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Derek Furr, Author of Semitones,” Southern Literary Review (2016).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“The Moral Case for Private Property,” Library of Law & Liberty (January 18, 2016). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“American Academia and the Schizophrenic Mind.” Citizens and Statesman: An Annual Review of Political Theory and Public Life, Volume IX (2015).

“Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. and the Darwinian Common Law Paradigm,” European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy, Vol. 7, No. 2 (2015).

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Glenn Arbery, Author of Bearings and Distances,” Southern Literary Review (2015).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Russell Scott, Author of The Hard Times,” Southern Literary Review (2015).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Attuned to the Daimon,” Library of Law & Liberty (November 23, 2015). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“El negocio sucio de la recogida pública de basuras,” Mises Hispano (October 26, 2015). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

 

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