- Hon. Edwin Meese III: Former U.S. Attorney General and Chairman of President Reagan's Domestic Policy Council; Heritage Foundation Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow in Public Policy and Chairman of the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies; author of The Heritage Guide to the Constitution.
BOARD OF ADVISORS:
- Jonathan H. Adler: Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University; Associate Director of the Center for Business Law & Regulation; contributing editor to National Review Online; 2004 Federalist Society Paul M. Bator Award recipient for excellence in teaching, scholarship, and commitment to students.
- Hadley Arkes: Edward N. Ney Professor of Jurisprudence and American Institutions at Amherst College; Senior Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, where he co-directs the program on The Constitution, the Courts, and the Culture; author of numerous books, including First Things (1986), Beyond the Constitution (1990), and Natural Rights and the Right to Choose (2002).
- John Baker: Professor of Law at Louisiana State University; 2005 co-lecturer with Justice Antonin Scalia on the Separation of Powers; serves on the U.S. Civil Rights Committee's Louisiana Advisory Board and the National Catholic Bioethics Center; writes and speaks on Natural Law and the Constitution.
- Thomas Baker: Professor of Law at Florida International University College of Law; served as Chief Justice Rehnquist's Administrative Assistant; awarded Distinguished Fulbright Professor of American Constitutional Law; media commentator and author of articles on Civil Liberties and Constitutional Law.
- Eric R. Claeys: Professor of Law at St. Louis University School of Law; clerked for Chief Justice William Rehnquist; writes essays and commentary on the influence of American Natural Law and Progressive Political Theory on American Property and Constitutional Law.
- Viet Dinh: Professor of Law at Georgetown Law Center; clerked for Justice Sandra Day O'Connor; served as Assistant Attorney General for Legal Policy at the U.S. Department of Justice and had key role in the development of the U.S.A. Patriot Act; writes articles on National Security, Terrorism and Civil Liberties, Constitutional Law, and Corporations.
- Allison Hartwell Eid: Professor of Law at University of Colorado; clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas; president of the Colorado Association of Corporate Counsel and Colorado Bar Fellow; was special assistant to U.S. Secretary of Education, William J. Bennett; serves on the Permanent Committee for the Oliver Wendall Holmes Devise as appointed by President Bush.
- Edward J. Erler: Professor of Political Science at California State University, San Bernardino; was director at the National Endowment for the Humanities; member of the California Civil Rights Commission; has written on the Birthright Citizenship Reform, Affirmative Action, and the Fourteenth Amendment.
- David F. Forte: Professor of Law at Cleveland Marshall College of Law; chief counsel to the United States delegation to the United Nations and alternate delegate to the Security Council; recently toured Amman and Jordan on behalf of the State Department; featured speaker to the Meeting of Peoples in Rimini, Italy; appointed Consultor to the Pontifical Council for the Family by His Holiness, John Paul II; editor of The Heritage Guide to the Constitution by Edwin Meese.
- Nicole Stelle Garnett: Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School; clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas; former staff attorney for the Institute for Justice; appointed by President Bush to the National Rape Reduction Commission; writes on Education Reform, Property and Land Use Law.
- Richard W. Garnett: Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School; clerked for Chief Justice William Rehnquist; 2004 Commitment Award, Notre Dame Black Law Students Association; commentary and scholarship on First Amendment Speech and Religious Freedom.
- Robert P. George: Professor of Law at Princeton University; member of the President's Council on Bioethics; former member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; Judicial Fellow at the Supreme Court of the United States; publications on Natural Law, Civil Liberties and Religion.
- Harry V. Jaffa: Professor Emeritus of Government at Claremont McKenna College and the Claremont Graduate School; author of Crisis of the House Divided; An Interpretation of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates; most recently, Original Intent and the Framers of the Constitution: A Disputed Question.
- Douglas W. Kmiec: Professor of Law at Pepperdine University; former dean at The Catholic University of America; co-author of three textbooks on the Constitution; received the Distinguished Service Award from the Department of Justice and Housing and Urban Development; awarded the Edmund J. Randolph Award by the Attorney General.
- Gregory E. Maggs: Professor of Law at George Washington University; clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas; was consultant to the Office of Independent Counsel, Ken Starr; Judge Advocate Association's Outstanding Career Armed Services Attorney Award; teaches on Human Rights and Terrorism, Contracts, and Constitutional Law.
- Stephen B. Presser: Professor of Law and History at Northwestern University; co-author of casebooks: Law and Jurisprudence in American History: Cases and Materials; and The American Constitutional Order: History, Cases, and Philosophy; writes on Corporate Law, Religion, and Abortion.
- Stephen F. Smith: Professor of Law at University of Virginia; clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas; former Associate Majority Counsel to the 1996 House subcommittee investigating U.S. involvement in Iranian arms transfers to Bosnia; has written on the Rehnquist Court, Criminal Procedure, and Religion.
- Thomas G. West: Professor of Politics at the University of Dallas; Bradley Resident Scholar at the Heritage Foundation; Salvatori Visiting Scholar at Claremont McKenna College; author of Vindicating the Founders: Race, Sex, Class, and Justice in the Origins of America which won the Bagehot Council's Paolucci Book Award.
- John Yoo: Professor of Law at the University of California at Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall); former Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the U.S. Department of Justice; General Counsel to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee; recipient of the Federalist Society Bator Award; published on Foreign Affairs, National Security, and Constitutional Law; author of The Powers of War and Peace: Foreign Affairs and the Constitution after 9/11.