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BOOKS , CHAPTERS, & EDITED VOLUMES 

 Frank Askin“You Can Tell It to the Judge” . . . and Other True Tales of Law School Lawyering (ed.) (Vandeplas Publishing, 2009)

Defending Rights: A Life in Law and Politics (Humanities Press, 1997) 
 Abed Awad“Marriage: Legal Foundations” in Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Women (forthcoming)

“Divorce: Legal Foundations” (co-author) in Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Women (forthcoming)

“Islamic Family Law in American Court: A Rich, Diverse and Evolving Jurisprudence” in Muslim Family Law in Western Courts (Elisa Giunchi, ed.) (Routledge, 2014)
 Carlos A. BallSame-Sex Marriage and Children: A Tale of History, Social Science, and Law (Oxford University Press, 2014)

Cases and Materials on Sexual Orientation and the Law (5th edition) (with William Rubenstein, Jane Schacter, and Douglas NeJaime) (West, 2014)

The Right to Be Parents: LGBT Families and the Transformation of Parenthood (NYU Press, 2012)

From the Closet to the Courthouse: Five LGBT Lawsuits That Have Changed Our Country (Beacon Press, 2010)

“Optimism and Pessimism in American Legal Philosophy” in On Philosophy in American Law (Jay Mootz, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2009)

“Against Neutrality in the Legal Recognition of Intimate Relationships” in Moral Argument, Sexual Minorities, and the Public Good: Advancing the Debate (Gordon Babst, et al., eds.) (Lexington Books, 2009)

“This Is Not Your Father’s Autonomy: Lesbian and Gay Rights From a Feminist and Relational Perspective” in Feminist and Queer Legal Theories: Intimate Encounters, Uncomfortable Conversations (Martha Fineman, et al., eds.) (Ashgate, 2009)

Cases and Materials on Sexual Orientation and the Law (3rd ed.) (with William Rubenstein and Jane Schacter) (West, 2008)

The Morality of Gay Rights: An Exploration in Gay Philosophy (Routledge, 2003) 
 Bernard Bell“Constitutional Law and Separation of Powers” in Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice 2012 (Jeffrey Lubbers, ed.) (ABA, 2013))

“Commencing the Appellate Process” in Appeals to the Second Circuit (9th ed.) (Record Press, 2007)

“Constitutional Law and Separation of Powers” in Developments in Administrative and Regulatory Practice (Jeffrey Lubbers, ed., 2002/03-2004/05 eds.) (ABA) 
 Vera Bergelson“The Defense of Consent” in Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013)

“Victimless Crimes” in International Encyclopedia of Ethics (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013)

Victims’ Rights and Victims’ Wrongs: A Theory of Comparative Liability (Stanford University Press, 2009)

“Rights, Wrongs, and Comparative Justifications” in Law of Privileges — Journalists and Executives (R. Satyanarayana, ed.) (ICFAI University Press, 2009)

“Provocation: Not Just a Partial Excuse” in Criminal Law Conversations (Paul Robinson, Stephen Garvey, and Kimberly Ferzan, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2009)

“Consent to Harm” in The Ethics of Consent: Theory and Practice (Alan Wertheimer and Franklin G. Miller, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2009)
 Esther Canty-Barnes“Child Find” in Special Education Advocacy (Ruth Colker and Julie K. Waterstone, eds.) (Matthew Bender/Lexis 2011) 

“The Due Process Complaint” in Special Education Advocacy (Ruth Colker and Julie K. Waterstone, eds.) (Matthew Bender/Lexis 2011)

"Beyond Egregious: Protecting the Educational Interest of Children With Extraordinary Medical and Mental Health Needs" in “You Can Tell It to the Judge” . . . and Other True Tales of Law School Lawyering (Frank Askin, ed.) (Vandeplas Publishing, 2009) 
 Ronald K. ChenDoe v. Poritz” in Courting Justice: Ten New Jersey Cases That Shook the Nation (Paul Tractenberg, ed.) (Rutgers University Press, 2013) 
 Laura CohenThe Gault Case and Young People’s Rights (Enslow Publishers, 2006)
 Jean-Marc Coicaud“International Legitimacy and the Building Blocks of the International Rule of Law,” in Charles Sampford and Ramesh Thakur (eds.), Institutional Supports for the International Rule of Law (London, Routledge, 2014)

“The Weak International Support for Human Security in Countries in Crisis: The cases of Humanitarian Interventions, Development, and the Environment” (co-authored with Thomas Arndt), in Saul Takahashi (ed.), Human Rights, Human Security, and State Security: The Intersection (Santa Barbara, CA, Praeger Publishers, 2014)

“International Humanitarian Interventions, Conflicts of Legitimacy and the Question of International Solidarity” in Lessons from Intervention in the 21st Century: Legality, Legitimacy and Feasibility, Held and McNally (eds.) Global Policy e-book (June 2014)

Ethics and International Affairs: Extent and Limits (co-edited with Daniel Warner) (New York: United Nations University Press, 2013)

“Crime, Justice, and Legitimacy: A Brief Theoretical Inquiry,” in Tankebe and Liebling (eds.), Legitimacy and Criminal Justice: An International Exploration (Oxford University Press, 2013)

“French Foreign Policy and the United Nations at the Turn of the Century,” (in Japanese: “Furansu no Gaikouseisaku to Kokuren”), in International Organization, ed. Takeo Uchida (Kyoto: Minerva Publications, 2013)

Fault Lines of International Legitimacy, co-edited with Hilary Charlesworth (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010)

National Interest and National Solidarity, co-edited with Nicholas J. Wheeler (United National University Press, Tokyo-New York-Paris, 2008)

Ethics in Action: The Ethical Challenges of International Human Rights Non-Governmental Organizations, co-edited with Daniel Bell (Cambridge University Press, New York, 2007) 

Beyond the National Interest: The Future of UN Peacekeeping and Multilateralism in an Era of U.S. Primacy (U.S. Institute of Peace Press, Washington, DC, 2007)

Legitimacy and Politics: A Contribution to the Study of Political Right and Political Responsibility (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2002)

The Legitimacy of International Organizations, co-edited with Veijo Heiskanen (United National University Press: Tokyo-New York-Paris, 2001) 
 Donna DennisLicentious Gotham: Erotic Publishing and Its Prosecution in Nineteenth-Century New York (Harvard University Press, 2009)
 Jon C. DubinSocial Security Disability Law and Procedure in Federal Court, 2015 ed. (co-authored with Carolyn A. Kubitschek) (Thomson Reuters/West Publishing Co, forthcoming 2015.)

Social Security Disability Law and Procedure in Federal Court, 2014 ed. (co-authored with Carolyn A. Kubitschek) (Thomson Reuters/West Publishing Co.)

Social Security Disability Law and Procedure in Federal Court, 2013 ed. (co-authored with Carolyn A. Kubitschek) (Thomson Reuters/West Publishing Co.)

Legal Education “Best Practices” Report, United States (with Margaret M. Barry and Peter A. Joy) (Public Interest Law Institute, August 2010)

Clinical Education for This Millennium: The Third Wave (with Margaret M. Barry and Peter A. Joy) (Ayumi Miche Kodama and Eri Osaka, Japanese Trans. 2005)

“Protecting Newark’s Public Housing from Elimination” (Ch. 17) in “You Can Tell It to the Judge” . . . And Other True Tales of Law School Lawyering (Frank Askin, ed.) (Vandeplas Publishing, 2009)

“Taking the Fight for Disability Benefits to the High Court(s)” (Ch. 11) in “You Can Tell It to the Judge” . . . And Other True Tales of Law School Lawyering (Frank Askin, ed.) (Vandeplas Publishing, 2009)
 Wei Fang“New Jersey Digital Legal Library” in Digitization in the Real World: Lessons Learned From Small to Medium-Sized Digitization Projects (K. Ng and J. Kucsma, eds.) (Metropolitan New York Library Council, 2010)
 John J. Farmer, Jr.The Ground Truth: The Untold Story of America Under Attack on 9/11 (Penguin Group, 2009) 
 Gary FrancioneThe Animal Rights Debate: Abolition or Regulation (with Robert Garner) (Columbia University Press, 2010)

America in Transition: Radical Perspectives (ed.) (Temple University Press, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2004)

Animals as Persons: Essays on the Abolition of Animal Exploitation (Columbia University Press, 2008)

“Animals, Property, and Personhood” in People, Property, or Pets (Marc D. Hauser, ed.) (Purdue University Press, 2005) and in The Human-Animal Relationship (Francien de Jonge and Rund van den Bos, eds.( (van Gorcum, 2005)

“Animals — Persons or Property?” in Animal Rights: Current Debates and New Directions (Cass Sunstein and Martha Nussbaum, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2005)

Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog? (Temple University Press, 2000)

Rain Without Thunder: The Ideology of the Animal Rights Movement (Temple University Press, 1996)

Animals, Property, and the Law (Temple University Press, 1995) 
 Sandy Freund“Identity Theft in Tax Cases” in Effective Representation of the Taxpayer Before the IRS (ABA Tax Section, forthcoming)
 Steve C. Gold“Toxic Torts” (with Michael Green) in Encyclopedia of Toxicology (P. Wexler, ed.) (Elsevier Inc., Academic Press, 2014)
 Stuart P. Green Thirteen Ways to Steal a Bicycle: Theft Law in the Information Age (Harvard University Press, 2012)

Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law (with co-editor R.A. Duff) (Oxford University Press, 2011)

“Strict Liability” and “White Collar Crime” in International Encyclopedia of Ethics (Hugh LaFollette, ed.) (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming 2012)

“Theft by Omission” in Essays in Criminal Law in Honour of Sir Gerald Gordon (James Chalmers, Lindsay Farmer, and Fiona Leverick, eds.) (Edinburgh University Press, 2010)

Lying, Cheating, and Stealing: A Moral Theory of White Collar Crime (Oxford University Press, 2006; paperback, 2007)

“A Normative Approach to White Collar Crime” in International Handbook of White-Collar and Corporate Crime (Gilbert Geis and Henry Pontell, eds.) (Springer, 2007)

Defining Crimes: Essays on the Special Part of the Criminal Law (ed. with R.A. Duff) (Oxford University Press, 2005)
 Anju Gupta“Abuse of (Plenary) Power? Judicial Deference and the Post- 9/11 War on Immigrants,” in Awakening from the Dream: Civil Rights Under Siege and the New Struggle for Equal Justice (with Lori A. Nessel) (Denise C. Morgan, Rachel D. Godsil, and Joy Moses, eds.) (Carolina Academic Press, 2006)
 Adil Ahmad HaqueLaw and Morality at War (under contract with Oxford University Press)

“A Theory of Jus in Bello Proportionality,” in Weighing Lives: Combatants & Civilians in War (Jens David Ohlin, Larry May, Claire Finkelstein eds., forthcoming 2015)

“Human Shields,” in The Oxford Handbook of the Ethics of War (Helen Frowe and Seth Lazar ed., forthcoming 2015)

“Killing with Discrimination” in War Ethics (Samuel C. Rickless and Saba Bazargan, eds., 2014)

“Proportionality (in War)” in The International Encyclopedia of Ethics (Hugh LaFollette et al., eds.) (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012)

“Criminal Law and Morality at War” in Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law (R.A. Duff and Stuart P. Green, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2011)

“International Crime: in Context and in Contrast” in Structures of Criminal Law (R.A. Duff, Lindsay Farmer, Sandra Marshall and Victor Tadros, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2011)
 Barbara Hoffman“The Employment and Insurance Concerns of Cancer Survivors” in Cancer Survivorship – Today and Tomorrow (Springer, 2007) 
 Robert HolmesSouthern Burlington County NAACP v. Township of Mount Laurel: Establishing a Right to Affordable Housing Throughout the State by Confronting the Inequality Demon” in Courting Justice: Ten New Jersey Cases That Shook the Nation (Paul Tractenberg, ed.) (Rutgers University Press, 2013) 
 Alan Hyde“Legal Responsibility for Labour Conditions Down the Production Chain” in Challenging the Legal Boundaries of Work Regulations (Judy Fudge, Shae McCrystal and Kamala Sankaran, eds.) (Oxford: Hart, 2012) 

“The Idea of the Idea of Labour Law: a Parable” in The Idea of Labour Law (Guy Davidov and Brian Langille, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2011)

Legal Rights and Interests in the Workplace: Cases and Materials on Employment and Labor Law (with C.W. Summers and K.G. Dau-Schmidt) (Carolina Academic Press, 2007)

Working in Silicon Valley: Economic and Legal Analysis of a High-Velocity Labor Market (M.E. Sharpe, 2003)

Bodies of Law (Princeton University Press, 1997) 
 Jonathan Hyman“The Roots of Impasse in the Mind of the Mediator” in Definitive Creative Impasse-Breaking Techniques in Mediation (Molly Klapper, ed.) (New York State Bar Association, 2011) 
 Suzanne KimMarriage Equalities: Gender and Social Norms in Same-Sex and Different-Sex Marriage (forthcoming, NYU Press)

“Baby M’s Legacy” in Courting Justice: Ten New Jersey Cases That Shook the Nation (Paul Tractenberg, ed.) (Rutgers University Press, 2013)
 Dennis Kim-Prieto“Implementing Effective Legal Research Pedagogy in Contemporary U.S. Law Schools: Challenges and Opportunities” (with Carol Parker) in The Boulder Statements on Legal Research Education: The Intersection of Intellectual and Practical Skills (Susan Nevelow Mart, ed.) (William S. Hein & Co., Inc., 2013)
 Howard LatinClimate Change Policy Failures: Why Conventional Mitigation Approaches Cannot Succeed (World Scientific Publishing, 2012) 
 John LeubsdorfCivil Procedure, 6th. ed. (with Fleming James, Jr. and Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.) (Foundation Press, 2011)

Man in His Original Dignity: Legal Ethics in France (Ashgate, 2001)
 James Pope“The Workers’ Freedom of Association Under the Thirteenth Amendment, Then and Now” in The Promises of Liberty: The History and Contemporary Relevance of the Thirteenth Amendment (Alexander Tsesis, ed.) (Columbia University Press, 2010)

“Labor and Employment Law – United States Law” in 3 Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History (Stanley Katz, ed.) (Oxford University Press, 2009) 
 Lee Sims“Connecticut Practice Materials: A Selective Annotated Bibliography” (with M. Caitlin Anderson) in State Practice Materials: Annotated Bibliographies, Frank Houdek, ed. (2012)
 George C. Thomas IIIConfessions of Guilt: From Torture to Miranda and Beyond (with Richard A. Leo) (Oxford University Press, 2012)

The Supreme Court on Trial: How the American Justice System Sacrifices Innocent Defendants (University of Michigan Press, 2008)

Criminal Procedure: Principles, Policies, and Perspectives (with Joshua Dressler), 3rd ed. (West, 2006; paperback, 2008)

“Interrogating Guilty Suspects: Why Sipowicz Never Has to Admit He Is Wrong” (with Richard Leo) in What Would Sipowicz Do? Race, Rights and Redemption in NYPD Blue (Glenn Yeffeth, ed.) (Benbella Books, 2005)

Double Jeopardy: The History, the Law (NYU Press, 1998)

The Miranda Debate: Law, Justice, and Policing (with Richard Leo) (Northeastern, 1998; paperback, 1999)
 Paul TractenbergCourting Justice: Ten New Jersey Cases That Shook the Nation (ed.) (Rutgers University Press, 2013)

A Centennial History of Rutgers Law School in Newark: Opening a Thousand Doors (ed.) (The History Press, 2010)

“Beyond Educational Adequacy: Looking Backward and Forward Through the Lens of New Jersey” in A Quality Education for Every Child: Stories from the Lawyers on the Front Lines (Institute for Educational Equity and Opportunity, 2009)
 David Dante TrouttThe Price of Paradise: The Costs of Inequality and a Vision for a More Equitable America (NYU Press, 2014)

The Importance of Being Dangerous (HarperCollins, 2007)

After the Storm: Black Intellectuals Explore the Meaning of Hurricane Katrina (ed.) (New Press, 2006)

“Many Thousands Gone, Again” in After the Storm: Black Intellectuals Explore the Meaning of Hurricane Katrina (David Dante Troutt, ed.) (New Press, 2006)
 Jennifer Rosen Valverde“Early Intervention Services” in Special Education Advocacy (Ruth Colker and Julie K. Waterstone, eds.) (Matthew Bender/Lexis 2011)

“Child Welfare and Special Education” (with Randi Mandelbaum) in Special Education Advocacy (Ruth Colker and Julie K. Waterstone, eds.) (Matthew Bender/Lexis, 2011)
 Mark S. WeinerThe Rule of the Clan: What an Ancient Form of Social Organization Reveals About the Future of Individual Freedom (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2013)

Americans Without Law: The Racial Boundaries of Citizenship (NYU Press, 2006)

Black Trials: Citizenship From the Beginnings of Slavery to the End of Caste (Alfred Knopf, 2004; Vintage Paperback, 2006)

“Teutonic Constitutionalism: The Role of Ethno-Juridical Discourse in the Spanish-American War” in Foreign in a Domestic Sense: Puerto Rico, American Expansion and the Constitution(Christina Burnett and Burke Marshall, eds.) (Duke University Press, 2001)
  
 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

 Frank Askin“Disenfranchising Felons (Or, How William Rehnquist Earned His Stripes)” in the Rutgers Law Review (59 Rutgers L. Rev. 875, 2007)
 Carlos A. Ball“When May a President Refuse to Defend a Statute? The Obama Administration and DOMA” in the Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy (106 Nw. U. L. Rev. Colloquy 77, 2011)

“The Proper Role of Morality in State Policies on Sexual Orientation and Intimate Relationships” in the New York University Review of Law & Social Change (35 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 81, 2011)

“Martha Nussbaum, Essentialism, and Human Sexuality” in the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law (19 Colum. J. Gender & L. 3, 2010)

“Updating the LGBT Intracommunity Debate Over Same-Sex Marriage: Introduction” in the Rutgers Law Review (61 Rutgers L. Rev. 493, 2009)

“Privacy, Property, and Public Sex” in the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law (18 Colum. J. Gender & L. 1, 2008)

“The Blurring of the Lines: Children and Bans on Interracial Unions and Same-Sex Marriages” in the Fordham Law Review (76 Fordham L. Rev. 2733, 2008)

“Against Neutrality in the Legal Recognition of Intimate Relationships” in the Georgetown Journal of Gender & the Law (9 Geo. Jr. Gen & L. 321, 2008).

“The Immorality of Statutory Restrictions on Adoption by Lesbians and Gay Men” in the Loyola University Chicago Law Journal (38 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 379, 2007)

“The Curious Intersection of Nuisance and Takings Law” in the Boston University Law Review (86 B.U.L. Rev. 819, 2006)

“Exactions and Burden Distribution in Takings Law” (with Laurie Reynolds) in the William & Mary Law Review (47 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1513, 2006)

“The Backlash Thesis and Same-Sex Marriage: Learning From Brown v. Board of Education and Its Aftermath” in the William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal (14 Wm. & Mary Bill of Rts. J. 1513, 2006)

“Exactions and the Privatization of the Public Sector” (with Laurie Reynolds) in the Journal of Law and Politics (21 J. L. Politics 451, 2005)

This Is Not Your Father’s Autonomy: Lesbian and Gay Rights From a Feminist and Relational Perspective” in the Harvard Journal of Gender and the Law (28 Harv. J. of Gender & L. 345, 2005).

“Looking for Theory in All the Right Places: Feminist and Communitarian Elements of Disability Discrimination Law” in the Ohio State Law Journal (66 Ohio St. L.J. 105, 2005)

“Preferential Treatment and Reasonable Accommodation Under the Americans with Disabilities Act” in the Alabama Law Review (55 Ala. L. Rev. 951, 2004)

“The Positive in the Fundamental Right to Marry: Same-Sex Marriage in the Aftermath of Lawrence v. Texas” in the Minnesota Law Review (84 Minn. L. Rev. 1184, 2004)
 Bernard W. Bell“The Model APA and the Scope of Judicial Review: Importing Chevron Into State Administrative Law” in the Widener Law Journal (20 Widener L.J. 801, 2011)

“Interpreting and Enacting Statutes in the Constitution’s Shadows: An Introduction” in the University of Dayton Law Review (32 Dayton L. Rev. 307, 2007)

“Legislatively Revising Kelo v. City of New London: Eminent Domain, Federalism, and Congressional Powers” in the Journal of Legislation (32 J. Legis. 165, 2006)
 Vera Bergelson“Consent: Meaning and Ritual” (work-in-progress)

“The Duty to Protect the Victim – or the Duty to Suffer Punishment?” in Law and Philosophy (32 Law and Phil’y 199, 2013)

“Vice Is Nice but Incest Is Best: Problem of a Moral Taboo” in Criminal Law and Philosophy (7 Crim. L. and Phil’y 43, 2013) (symposium issue)

“The Boundaries of the Criminal Law” in Criminal Law and Philosophy (7 Crim. L. and Phil’y383, 2013) (book review)

“Choice of Evils: In Search of a Viable Rationale” in Criminal Law and Philosophy (6 Crim. L, and Phil’y 289, 2012)

“A Fair Punishment for Humbert Humbert: Strict Liability and Affirmative Defenses” in the New Criminal Law Review (14 New Crim. L. R. 55, 2011)

“Justification or Excuse? Exploring the Meaning of Provocation” in the Texas Tech Law Review (42 Texas Tech L. Rev., 2009)

“The Case of Weak Will and Wayward Desire” in Criminal Law and Philosophy (3 Crim. L. and Phil'y 19, 2009)

“Consent to Harm” in the Pace Law Review (28 Pace L. Rev. 683, 2008)

“Autonomy, Dignity, and Consent to Harm” in the Rutgers Law Review (60 Rutgers L. Rev. 723, 2008)

“Rights, Wrongs, and Comparative Justifications” in the Cardozo Law Review (28 Cardozo L. Rev. 2481, 2007)

“The Right to Be Hurt: Testing the Boundaries of Consent” in the George Washington Law Review (75 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 165, 2007)
 Amy Bitterman“In the Beginning: The Art of Crafting Preliminary Statements,” forthcoming in the Seton Hall Law Review.

“A Tale of Two Outlines” in Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing (forthcoming Fall 2014)

“Settling Cultural Property Disputes” in the Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal (19 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 1, 2012)

“The Rule Proof Variations” in Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing (Vol. 18 No. 1, Fall 2009)
 Cynthia Blum“A Proposal for Taking the Complexities Out of Taxing U.S. Retirement Distributions to Foreign Nationals” in the Florida Tax Review (11 Florida Tax Rev. 775, 2011)

“A Coherent Policy Proposal for U.S. Residence-Based Taxation of Individuals” (with Paula N. Singer) in the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law (41 Vand. J. Transnat’l L. 705, 2008)

“Rethinking Tax Compliance of Unauthorized Workers After Immigration Reform” in the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal (21 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 595, 2007)
 Elise Boddie“The Sins of Innocence in Standing Doctrine” in the Vanderbilt Law Review (68 Vanderbilt L. Rev. ___, March 2015)

“Critical Mass and the Role of Stereotypes in Equal Protection” in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law (17 U. Penn. J. Constit. Law ___, December 2014)

“The Way Forward: Racial Integration After Ricci, A Response to Michelle Adams,” 96 Iowa L. Rev. Bull. 100 (2011)

“Racial Territoriality,” 58 UCLA L. Rev. 401 (2010)

“Schools without Borders” (work-in-progress)
 Esther Canty-Barnes“Comments: Rutgers School of Law–Newark and the History of Women and the Law, A Centennial Event, Rutgers School of Law–Newark Celebrates Women Reshaping American History” (Symposium Issue) in the Women’s Rights Law Reporter (31 Women’s Rts. L. Rep. 186, 2010)
 Ronald K. ChenGallenthin v. Kaur: A Comparative Analysis of How the New Jersey and New York Courts Approach Judicial Review of the Exercise of Eminent Domain for Redevelopment” in the Fordham Urban Legal Journal (38 Fordham Urb. L.J. 987, 2011) 
 Laura Cohen“Extending the Guiding Hand: Incarcerated Youth, Law School Clinics, and Expanding Access to Counsel” in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change (17 U. Pa. J. L. & Soc. Change 401, 2014)

“Freedom’s Road: Youth, Parole, and the Promise of Graham v. Florida and Miller v. Alabama” in the Cardozo Law Review (35 Cardozo L. Rev. 1031, 2013)

Introduction to “Righting the Wronged: Causes, Effects, and Remedies of Juvenile Wrongful Convictions” in the Rutgers Law Review (Symposium Issue) (62 Rutgers L. Rev.879, Summer 2010)

“New Hope Found in Practice Standards” in Criminal Justice (23 Crim. Just. 49, 2009)

“Kids Will Be Kids: Creating a Framework for Interviewing and Counseling Adolescent Clients” (with Randi Mandelbaum) in the Temple Law Review (79 Temp. L. Rev. 397, 2006)
 Jean-Marc Coicaud“Towards an Integrated Theory of Rights, Values, and Emotions/Passions in International Politics,” in Japanese Journal of Political Science (Tokyo, Cambridge University Press, Volume 15-4, December 2014)

“International Humanitarian Interventions, Conflicts of Legitimacy and the Question of International Solidarity,” in Global Policy Journal (London, Wiley-Blackwell, June 13, 2014)

“Nationally Based Data: Challenges for Global Governance (and Global Policy)” (co-authored with Ibrahim Tahri), in Global Policy Journal, Vol. 5, Issue 2 (May 2014).
 Donna Dennis“Obscenity Law and Its Consequences in Mid-19th Century America” in the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law (16 Colum. J. Gender & Law 43, 2007) 
 Jon Dubin“The Rutgers Cases and the State of the Law of State Law School Clinical Programs” in the Rutgers Law Review (65 Rutgers L. Rev. 817, 2013)

“Scapegoating Social Security Claimants (and the Judges Who Evaluate Them)” (co-authored with Robert Rains) in Advance: The Journal of the ACS Issue Groups (6 Advance: J. ACS Issue Groups 109, 2012) 

“The Labor Market Side of Disability Benefits Policy and Law” in the Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice (20 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Soc. Just 1, 2011) (lead article)

“Overcoming Gridlock: Campbell After a Quarter-Century and Bureaucratically Rational Gap-Filling in Mass Justice Adjudication in the Social Security Administration’s Disability Programs” in the Administrative Law Review (62 Admin. L. Rev.937, 2010) (lead article)
 Wei Fang“Adverse Selection for Luxury Goods in Online Auctions” (with L. Qin, A. Gulati, and L. He) in the Journal of Internet Commerce (8 J. Internet Commerce 2, 2010)

“Online Law School Video Repository: The Flash Way” in Computers in Libraries (Vol. 29, No. 6, 2009)

“Measuring Law Library Catalog Website Usability: A Web Analytic Approach” (with M. Crawford) in the Journal of Web Librarianship (Vol. 2, Issue 2/3, 2008)

“Using Google Analytics for Improving Library Website Content and Design: A Case Study” in Library Philosophy and Practice (annual volume, 2007)
 Gary Francione“The Wind Was at Our Backs: The Third Golden Period of Rutgers Law School” (with George C. Thomas III) in the Rutgers Law Review (61 Rutgers L. Rev. 471, 2009)

“The Use of Nonhuman Animals in Biomedical Research: Necessity and Justification” in the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics (35 J.L. Med. & Ethics 241, 2007)

“Reflections on Animals, Property, and the Law and Rain Without Thunder” in Law & Contemporary Problems (70 Law & Contemp. Probs. 9, 2007)

“Equal Consideration and the Interest of Nonhuman Animals in Continued Existence: A Response to Professor Sunstein” in the University of Chicago Legal Forum (2006 U. Ch. Legal F 231)

“Taking Sentience Seriously” in the University of Pennsylvania Law School Journal of Animal Law and Ethics (1 J. Animal L. Ethics 1, 2006) 
 Sandy Freund“Effective Tax Administration Offers in Compromise — Why So Ineffective?” forthcoming in the Virginia Tax Review
 Matteo Gatti“The Power to Decide on Takeovers: Directors or Shareholders, What Difference Does It Make?” forthcoming in the Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law (20 Ford. J. Corp. Fin. L. ___, 2014)
 Steve Gold“A Fitting Vision of Science for the Courtroom” in the Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy (3 Wake Forest J.L. & Pol’y 1, 2013)

“When Certainty Dissolves Into Probability: A Legal Vision of Toxic Causation for the Post-Genomic Era” in the Washington & Lee Law Review (70 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 237, 2013)

“The ‘Reshapement’ of the False Negative Asymmetry in Toxic Tort Causation” in the William Mitchell Law Review (37 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1507, 2011)

“The More We Know, the Less Intelligent We Are? — How Genomic Information Should, and Should Not, Change Toxic Tort Causation Doctrine” in the Harvard Environmental Law Review (34 Harv. Envtl.L. Rev. 369, 2010)

“Dis-Jointed? Several Approaches to Divisibility After Burlington Northern” in the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law (11 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 307, 2009) 
 Carlos González“Some Honesty About Judicial Dishonesty: Why the Law of Statutory Interpretation Is Irrelevant in Hard Cases” (in progress)

“The Supremacy Clause, Popular Sovereignty and Federalism: Can State Constitutional Provisions Trump Federal Statutes?” (in progress)

“Turning Unambiguous Statutory Materials Into Ambiguous Statutes: Ordering Principles, Avoidance, and Transparent Justification in Cases of Interpretive Choice” in the Duke Law Journal (61 Duke L.J. 583, 2011) 

“Statutory Interpretation: Looking Back, Looking Forward” in the Rutgers Law Review (58 Rutgers L. Rev. 703, 2006)

“Representational Structures Through Which We the People Ratify the Constitutions: The Troubling Original Understanding of the Constitution's Ratification Clauses” in the U.C. Davis Law Review (38 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1373, 2005)

“Trumps, Inversions, Balancing, Presumptions, Institution Prompting and Interpretive Canons: New Ways for Adjudicating Conflicts Between Legal Norms” in the Santa Clara Law Review (45 Santa Clara L. Rev. 233, 2005) 
 Stuart P. Green“Thieving and Receiving: Overcriminalizing the Possession of Stolen Property” in the New Criminal Law Review (14 New Crim. L. R. 35, 2011)

“Community Perceptions of Theft Seriousness: A Challenge to Model Penal Code and English Theft Act Consolidation” (with Matthew Kugler), accepted for publication by the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies

“Hard Times, Hard Time: Retributive Justice for Unjustly Disadvantaged Offenders” in the University of Chicago Legal Forum (2010 U Chi Legal F 43)

“Golden Rule Ethics and the Death of the Criminal Law’s Special Part” in Criminal Justice Ethics (29 Criminal Justice Ethics 208-18, 2010)

“What Is Wrong With Tax Evasion?” in the Houston Business and Tax Law Journal (9 Hous. Bus & Tax L.J. 220, 2009)

“Is There Too Much Criminal Law?” (review of Douglas Husak’s Overcriminalization: The Limits of the Criminal Law) in the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law (6 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. 737, 2009)

“Consent and Grammar of Theft Law” in the Cardozo Law Review (28 Cardozo L. Rev. 2505, 2007)

“Looting, Law, and Lawlessness” in the Tulane Law Review (81 Tul. L. Rev. 1129, 2007) 
 Anjum Gupta“Nexus Redux” in the Indiana Law Journal (90 Ind. L.J. ____, 2015)

“The New Nexus” in the Colorado Law Review (85 Colo. L. Rev. 377, 2014)

“Detrimental Reliance: The Courts’ Conflicting Standards for the Retroactive Application of New Immigration Laws to Past Acts,” Rutgers L. Rev. Commentaries (2011)

“Doctrinal Mutilation: The Board of Immigration Appeals’ Flawed Analysis of the ‘Continuing Persecution’ Doctrine in Claims Based on Past Female Mutilation,” 23 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 39 (2008)
 Yuliya Guseva“KGB’s Legacy: Transplanting Efficient Financial Infrastructures without Efficiency” in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law (forthcoming January 2015)

“Cross-Listings and the New World of International Capital: Another Look at the Efficiency and Extraterritoriality of Securities Law” in the Georgetown Journal of International Law (44 Geo. J. Int'l L. 411, 2013) 
 Adil Ahmad Haque“Law and Morality at War” in Criminal Law & Philosophy (7 Crim. L. & Phil., 2013). Response by Jeremy Waldron

“The Revolution and the Criminal Law” in Criminal Law & Philosophy (7 Crim. L. & Phil. 231, 2013)

“Retributivism: The Right and the Good” in Law & Philosophy (32 Law & Philosophy 59, 2013). Response by Victor Tadros.

“Killing in the Fog of War” in the Southern California Law Review (86 S. Cal. L. Rev. 63, 2012)
 Taja-Nia J. Henderson“The Efficacy of Uniform Laws for Mitigating Collateral Consequences” (work-in-progress)

“The Ironic Promise of the Thirteenth Amendment for Offender Anti-Discrimination Law” in the Lewis & Clark Law Review (17 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1141, 2013)

“Teaching the Carceral Crisis: An Ethical and Pedagogical Imperative,” 12 MARGINS (Maryland L. J. of Race, Religion, Gender and Class) 104, 2013)
 Christina S. Ho“China’s Health Care Reform: Background and Policies” in Implementing Health Care Reform Policies in China: Challenges and Opportunities 1 (Charles W. Freeman III and Xiaoqing L. Boynton eds., CSIS 2011)

“Identifying Gaps in International Food Safety Regulations” (with Benn McGrady) in the Food and Drug Law Journal (66 Food & Drug L. J. 183, 2011)

“Health Care Reform and De Facto Federalism in China,” 8 China: An International Journal 33 (2010)

“The Social Face of Economic Growth: China’s Health System in Transition” (with Lawrence O. Gostin) in the Journal of the American Medical Association (301 JAMA 1809, 2009)
 Barbara Hoffman“The Law of Intended Consequences: Did the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Make It Easier for Cancer Survivors to Prove Disability Status?” in the New York University School of Law Annual Survey of American Law (68 Ann. Surv. Am. L. 843, 2013)

“Cancer and Work: Protections Under the Americans With Disabilities Act” in Oncology (Nurse Edition) (April 12, 2010, Vol. 24, No. 4)
 Robert Holmes“Use of Clinic Students’ Extant Talents: Negative Exploitation or a Peek at the Future of Legal Education” in the Rutgers Law Review (66 Rutgers L. Rev. ___, forthcoming 2014)

“Benefits of Chartering in Delaware Versus New Jersey: Busting the Myth and Closing the Gap” in the Rutgers Business Law Journal (8 Rutgers Bus. L. J. ___, forthcoming 2014) 

“The Clash of Home Rule and Affordable Housing: The Mount Laurel Story Continues” in the Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal (13 Conn. Pub. Int. L.J. 325, 2013)
 Alan Hyde“The Law and Economics of Family Reunification” (forthcoming in 28 Georgetown Immigration Law Journal ___ 2014)

“Why Don’t They Naturalize? Voices From the Dominican Community” (with Ray A. Mateo and Bridgit Cusato-Rosa) in Latino Studies (11 Lat. Stud. 313, 2013)

“Remedies in Employment Litigation: Proposals for the Restatement of Employment Law” (forthcoming in Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal)

“Labor Arbitration of Discrimination Claims After 14 Penn Plaza v. Pyett: Letting Discrimination Defendants Decide Whether Plaintiffs May Sue Them” in the Ohio State Journal of Dispute Resolution (25 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 975, 2010)

“Response to Working Group on Chapter 1 of the Proposed Restatement of Employment Law: On Purposeless Restatement” in the Chicago-Kent College of Law Institute for Law and the Workplace Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal (13 Empl. Rts. & Employ. Pol’y J. 87, 2009)
 Jonathan Hyman“Four Ways of Looking at a Lawsuit: How Lawyers Can Use the Cognitive Frameworks of Mediation” in the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy (34 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 11, 2010)
 John Kettle“2012 Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law Symposium” in the Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law (23 Seton Hall J. Sports & Ent. L. 26, 2013) (moderator’s comments)

“A Trademark Primer – The Rights and Wrongs” in the Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly (27 Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly 183, December 2012)
 Suzanne Kim“Family Leave,” with Laura Kessler (in progress)

“Heterosexed Parenting: A Response to Professor Darren Rosenblum’s ‘Unsex Mothering’” in the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender Online Colloquium (February 2012) (http://harvardjlg.com/2012/02/unsex-mothering-responses-suzanne-a-kim/)  

“The Neutered Parent” in the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism (forthcoming, Spring 2012)

“Skeptical Marriage Equality” in the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender (34 Harv. J. Law & Gender 37, 2011)

“Bridging Marriage Skepticism and Marriage Equality” in the Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality (19 Tul. J.L. & Sexuality 174, 2010).

“Marital Naming/Naming Marriage: Language and Status in Family Law” in the Indiana Law Journal (85 Ind. L.J. 893, 2010)
 Dennis Kim-Prieto“Three Faces of Information Literacy in Legal Studies: Research Instruction and Law Student Information Literacy Standards in the American Common Law, British Common Law, and Turkish Civilian Legal Traditions” (with Mustafa Kerem Kahvecioglu) in the International Journal of Legal Information (IJLI, Fall 2014)

“The Possible Dream: Perfecting Bilingual Law Dictionaries by Distinguishing Better Examples From Bad Ones” (with Coen van Laer) in the International Journal of Legal Information (39 Int’l. J. of Legal Information 237, 2011)

“The Road Not Yet Taken: How Law Student Information Literacy Standards Address Identified Issues in Legal Research Education and Training” in the Law Library Journal (103 Law Libr. J. 605, 2011)

“Problems With Current English-Spanish Legal Dictionaries, and Notes Toward a Critical Comparative Legal Lexicography” in the Law Library Journal (100 Law Libr. J. 251, 2008)
 Howard Latin“Climate Change Mitigation and Carbonization” in the Villanova Environmental Law Journal (25 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 1, 2014)
 John Leubsdorf“Conflicts of Interest: Slicing the Hot Potato Doctrine” in the San Diego Law Review (48 San Diego L. Rev. 251, 2011)

“Evidence Law as a System of Incentives” in the Iowa Law Review (95 Iowa L. Rev. 1621, 2010)

“Legal Ethics Falls Apart” in the Buffalo Law Review (57 Buffalo L. Rev. 959, 2009)

“Preliminary Injunctions: In Defense of the Merits” in the Fordham Law Review (76 Fordham L. Rev. 33, 2007)
 Ji Li“Suing the Leviathan: An Empirical Analysis of the Changing Rate of Administrative Litigation in China,” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (December 2013)

“Dare You Sue the Tax Collectors? An Empirical Study of Tax-Related Administrative Lawsuits in China,” Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal (Fall 2013)

“Interactions Between Domestic Social Norms and International Law Over Trade Dispute Resolution,” Chapter 7 of an edited volume tentatively titled The Interfaces Between Domestic and International Law (forthcoming)
 Susan Lyons“Free PACER: Balancing Access and Privacy” in AALL Spectrum (Vol. 13 No. 9, July 2009)
 Randi Mandelbaum“Re-Examining and Re-Defining Permanency from a Youth’s Perspective” in the Capital University Law Review (43 Cap. U.L. Law Rev. 79 (2013) 

“Disparate Outcomes: The Quest for Uniform Treatment of Immigrant Children” (with Elissa Steglich) in the Family Court Review (50 Fam. Ct. Rev. 606, 2012)

“Delicate Balances: Assessing the Needs and Rights of Siblings in Foster Care to Maintain Their Relationships Post-Adoption” in the New Mexico Law Review (41 N.M.L. Rev. 1, 2011)

“‘Aging Out: Don’t Miss Out’ — A Model of Community Legal Education” in the Family Court Review (48 Fam. Ct. Rev. 338, 2010)
 Saul Mendlovitz“The Prospects of Abolishing War: A Proposal for the 21st Century” (with Robert Zuber), forthcoming in the Journal of Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems
 Chrystin Ondersma“A Human Rights Framework for Debt Relief” (University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, forthcoming)

“Shadow Banking and Financial Distress: The Treatment of ‘Money-Claims’ in Bankruptcy” in the Columbia Business Law Review (2013 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 79, 2013)

“Undocumented Debtors” in the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform (45 Mich. J.L. Reform 517-560, 2012)

“Are Debtors Rational Actors? An Experiment” in the Lewis & Clark Law Review (13 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 279, 2009)

“Employment Patterns in Relation to Bankruptcy” in the American Bankruptcy Law Journal (83 Am. Bankr. L.J. 237, 2009) 
 Brandon Paradise“How Critical Race Theory Marginalizes the African-American Christian Tradition” in the Michigan Journal of Race & the Law (20 Mich. J. Race & Law ___, forthcoming 2014)

“Racially Transcendent Diversity” in the University of Louisville Law Review (50 U. Louisville L. Rev. 415, 2012)

“The Politics of Identity After Identity Politics: Militant Covering” in the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy (33 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y 161, 2010)
 James Pope“What’s Different About the Thirteenth Amendment, and Why Does It Matter?” in the Maryland Law Review (71 Md. L. Rev. 189, 2011)

“Contract, Race, and Freedom of Labor in the Constitutional Law of ‘Involuntary Servitude’” in the Yale Law Journal (119 Yale L.J. 1474, 2010)

“‘We Are Already Dead’: The Thirteenth Amendment and the Fight for Workers’ Rights After EFCA” in the National Lawyers Guild Review (67 Nat’l L. Guild Rev. 110-24, 2010)

“A Free Labor Approach to Human Trafficking” in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review (158 U. PA. L. Rev., 1849, 2010)

“Class Conflicts of Law II: Solidarity, Entrepreneurship, and the Deep Agenda of the Obama NLRB” in the Buffalo Law Review (57 Buffalo L. Rev. 653, 2009)

“The Employee Free Choice Act and a Strategy for Winning Workers’ Rights” (with Peter Kellman and Ed Bruno) in WorkingUSA: the Journal of Labor and Society (11 WorkingUSA 125, 2008)

“The Toledo Auto-Lite Strike and the Fight Against ‘Wage Slavery’” (with Rebecca Zietlow) in the University of Toledo Law Review (38 U. Tol. L. Rev. 839, 2007)
 Sabrina Safrin“Anticipating the Storm: Predicting and Preventing Global Technology Conflicts” in the Arizona State Law Journal (forthcoming 2014)

“The Un-Exceptionalism of U.S. Exceptionalism” in the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law (41 Vand. J. Transnat’l L. 1307, 2008)

“Chain Reaction: How Property Begets Property” in the Notre Dame Law Review (82 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1917, 2007)

“Hyperownership in a Time of Biotechnological Promise: The International Conflict to Control the Building Blocks of Life” in the American Journal of International Law (98 A.J.I.L. 641, 2004)
 Fadi Shaheen“The GAAP Lock-Out Effect and the Investment Behavior of Multinational Firms,” ___ Tax L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2014)

“International Tax Neutrality: Revisited,” 64 Tax L. Rev. 131 (2011)

“International Tax Neutrality: Reconsiderations,” 27 Va. Tax Rev. 203 (2007)
 Peter Simmons“Residential and Social Outcomes for Residents Living in Housing Certified by the New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing” in the Rutgers Law Review (63 Rutgers. L. Rev. 879, 2011)
 Lee Sims“Bloomberg Law and the Quest for Parity,” 35 The CRIV Sheet (May 2013)

“The Long Tail of Legal Information: Legal Reference Service in the Age of the ‘Content Farm’” (with Roberta Munoz) in the Law Library Journal (104 L. Lib. J. 411, Summer 2012)
 George C. Thomas III“Lost in the Fog of Miranda” in the Hastings Law Journal (64 Hastings L.J. 1501, 2013)

“Criminal Trials as Morality Plays: Good and Evil” in the Saint Louis University Law Journal (55 St. Louis L.J. 1405, 2011)

“Stumbling Toward History: The Framers’ Search and Seizure World” in the Texas Tech Law Review (43 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 199, 2010)

“The Wind Was at Our Backs: The Third Golden Period of Rutgers Law School” (with Gary Francione) in the Rutgers Law Review (61 Rutgers L. Rev. 471, 2009)

“Emerging Trends in Criminal Procedure: The Short Unhappy Life of Consent Searches in New Jersey” in the Rutgers Law Record (36 Rutgers L. Rec. 1, 2009)

“Helping Innocent Defendants in High-Stake Cases” in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Pennumbra (157 U. Pa. L. Rev. PENNumbra 58, 2008), responding to Josh Bowers “Punishing the Innocent” (156 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1117, 2008)

“When Lawyers Fail Innocent Defendants: Exorcising the Ghosts That Haunt the Criminal Justice System” in the Utah Law Review (2008 Utah L. Rev. 25)

“The Riddle of the Fourteenth Amendment: A Response to Professor Wildenthal” in the Ohio State Law Journal (68 Ohio St. L.J. 1627, 2007)

“Bigotry, Jury Failures, and the Supreme Court’s Feeble Response” in the Buffalo Law Review (55 Buffalo L. Rev. 947, 2007)

“‘Truth Machines’ and Confessions Law in the Year 2046” in the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law (5 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. 215, 2007)

“Confessions and Police Disclosure: Regulating Police Deception During Interrogation” in the Texas Tech Law Review (39 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 1293, 2007)

“Justice Story Cuts the Gordian Knot of Hung Jury Instructions” (with Mark Greenbaum) in the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal (15 Wm. & Mary Bill of Rts. J.927, 2007)
 Paul Tractenberg“Beyond Educational Adequacy: Looking Backward and Forward Through the Lens of New Jersey” in the Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties (IV Stanford J. Civil Rts. & Civil Liberties 411, 2008)

Articles on affirmative action and educational rights in The Routledge International Encyclopedia of Education (Routledge, 2008)
 David Dante Troutt“Disappearing Neighbors” in the Harvard Law Review Forum (123 Harv. L. Rev. F. 21, 2010)

“I Own Therefore I Am: Copyright, Personality, and Soul Music in the Digital Commons” in the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal (20 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 373, 2010)

“Katrina’s Window: Location, Resegregation, and Equitable Regionalism” in the Buffalo Law Review (55 Buffalo L. Rev. 1109, 2008)
 Jennifer Rosen Valverde“A Poor IDEA: Statute of Limitations Decisions Cement Second-Class Remedial Scheme for Low-Income Children with Disabilities in the Third Circuit” in the Fordham Urban Law Journal (41 Fordham Urb. L.J. 599, 2014)

“Hindsight Is 20/20: Finding Teachable Moments in the Extraordinary and Applying Them to the Ordinary” in the Clinical Law Review (20 Clinical L. Rev. 267, 2013)

“Integrating Educational Advocacy Into Child Welfare Practice: Working Models” in the American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law (20 Amer. U. J. Gender, Soc. Pol’y & L. 201, 2011) (symposium issue)
 Penny Venetis“Enforcing Human Rights in the United States: Which Tribunals Are Best Suited to Adjudicate Treaty-Based Human Rights Claims?” in the Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice (23 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Soc. Just. 121, 2014)

“Making Human Rights Treaty Law Actionable in the United States: the Case for Universal Implementing Legislation” in the University of Alabama Law Review (63 U. Ala. L. Rev. 97, 2011)

“The Unconstitutionality of Oklahoma’s SQ 755 and Other Provisions Like It That Bar State Courts From Considering International Law” in the Cleveland State Law Review (59 Clev. St. L. Rev. 189, 2011)

“The Broad Jurisprudential Significance of Sosa v. Alvarez-Machain: An Honest Assessment of the Role of Federal Judges and Why Customary International Law Can Be More Effective Than Constitutional Law for Redressing Serious Abuses” in the Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review (21 Temp. Pol. & Civ. Rts. L. Rev. 41, 2011)
 Reid Weisbord“Anatomical Intent,” Yale Law Journal Forum (forthcoming)

“Federalizing Principles of Donative Intent and Unanticipated Circumstances” in the Vanderbilt Law Review (forthcoming 2014)

“Charitable Insolvency and Corporate Governance in Bankruptcy Reorganization” in the U.C. Berkeley Business Law Journal (10 U.C. Berkeley Bus. L.J. 305, 2014)

“Social Security Representative Payee Misuse” in the Penn State Law Review (117 Penn St. L. Rev. 1257, 2013)
 Caroline Young“Oh My Blawg! Who Is Going to Save the Legal Blogs?” in the Law Library Journal (105 Law Libr. J. 4, 2013)

“Medico-Legal Research Using Evidence-Based Medicine” in the Law Library Journal (102 Law Libr. J. 449, 2010)