Law & Liberty

Access fresh commentary, essays, interviews, and educational material inspired by the first principles of law in a free society.

Law Liberty

With a focus on the classical liberal tradition of law and how it shapes a society of free and responsible persons, Law & Liberty considers a range of foundational and contemporary legal issues, legal philosophy, and pedagogy.

This website brings together serious debate, thoughtful commentary, intriguing essays, compelling interviews, new and classic book reviews, and original educational material. Readers will find that our content provides relevant and timely application of the principles of law in relationship to modern day issues.

tmp21017 1802 sepia

Essays

Discover our collection of honest, critical writing from leading scholars and policy experts commenting on the role of law, history, and theology in American society.

Read More

Featured Law & Liberty Content

tmp21017 1024 sepia
Forum

Discussions and debates on the pressing issues of our current political scene.

/ Learn More
tmp21017 0039 sepia
Podcasts

Law & Liberty’s editor Richard Reinsch interviews prominent authors and thinkers.

/ Listen
tmp21017 0929 sepia
Book Reviews

Fresh commentary on some of the most important books in law, politics, and culture.

/ Read More
Since humanity put the state of nature in its rearview mirror, two propositions have been central to political philosophy and prudent politics: There is no secure liberty without law. And no threats to liberty are greater than laws that are mischievous, or worse. Today, no source of wisdom about such matters surpasses Law & Liberty, to which I turn, constantly and gratefully.

George F. Will

Author and Syndicated Columnist for The Washington Post

Sign up for the Law & Liberty Newsletter

Receive more content like this every week.

Sign up for our newsletter

Stay connected with Liberty Fund’s quarterly newsletter featuring the latest news, book releases, and original content.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.