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Originalist Angles, a journal published by high school students, strives to engage young academic minds in complex and contested areas of law through the lens of originalism as a method of Constitutional interpretation. 

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If you are interested in getting a sense of what we do, please check out our Winter 2024 Issue call for articles:

We are excited to announce our 2024 Winter Topic: A 21st-Century Constitution. We hope writers will use this as an opportunity to analyze how our Constitution--in numerous contexts--is geared to deal with the most recent technological advancements and political issues, especially those the Founders could not have foreseen.

Feel free to take advantage of the following topics (this is not an exhaustive list):

- Voting/Elections

- Cooperative Federalism

- A New Age of the 4th Amendment

- Habeas and Criminal Procedure

If you have any ideas, please don't hesitate to reach out to with any thought


Please find inspiration from our end of 2023 symposium on the 1st Amendment and Social Media (call for papers release attached)! We thank our student presenters from across the country as well as our law professor moderators who donated their time to engage with a high school audience.

Read Our Articles and Works

Mid-March 2024 Site Update:
Expanding on where we left off at the end of 2023,
we have already reached 100,000+ unique visitors since the start of 2024.

End of 2023 Update:

In just the last three months of 2023, we've been fortunate to have over
122,000 unique viewers across six continents.
See our release here

  A thank you to our readers!

Previous (October) Release:
Our October 2023 Analytics Report showed 42,051 unique site viewers this month (our record!). See our release here.


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