I just finished reading the majority opinion in District of Columbia v. Heller, and I just wanted to mention that Eugene Volokh -- the proprietor of the Volokh Conspiracy blog and a UCLA law professor -- had three of his law review articles cited in the opinion. Two of the citations were very prominent: one on page 3, and the other on page 24. In both instances, Justice Scalia clearly relied on Professor Volokh's articles -- not for tangential issues, but for core aspects of Second Amendment interpretation. One dealt with the interplay of the prefatory and operative clauses of the Second Amendment, and the other dealt squarely with the meaning of the phrase, "Security of a Free State." Having the Supreme Court prominently cite your law review article, and rely on it for constitutional interpretation, is probably the highest honor a law professor can receive. Congratulations, Professor Volokh!