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Batson “Blame” and Its Implications for Equal Protection Analysis, 97 Iowa L. Rev. 102 (2012).

America's Constitutional Rule of Law: Structure and Symbol, Chapter 7 in The Rule of Law in Comparative Perspective, Volume 3, Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice (M. Sellers & T. Tomaszewski eds., Springer Science and Business Media 2010).

The Effect of Race-based Jury Nullification on Batson, in Paul H. Robinson, Stephen P. Garvey & Kimberly K. Ferzan, Criminal Law Conversations 572 (Oxford University Press 2009).

Negotiating Sex: Would it Work?, in Paul H. Robinson, Stephen P. Garvey & Kimberly K. Ferzan, Criminal Law Conversations 310 (Oxford University Press 2009).

The Elusive Meaning of Religious Equality, 83 Wash. U. L.Q. 1529 (2005).

Bad Acts in Search of a Mens Rea:  Anatomy of a Rape, 71 Fordham L. Rev. 263 (2002).

Free Speech in the Sky, Newsday (August 2002); reprinted in Jeanne Fahnestock and Marie Secon, A Rhetoric of Argument (3d ed. McGraw-Hill Cos., Inc.).

Tolerating Deception and Discrimination After Batson, 50 Stanford L. Rev. 9 (1997).

Judicial Review, Equal Protection, and the Problem with Plebiscites, 79 Cornell L. Rev. 527 (1994).

Wilful Ignorance and Criminal Culpability, 70 Texas L. Rev. 1351 (1992); reprinted in full in Criminal Practice Law Review (Summer 1993).

International Legal, Political and Military Questions, in Electric Power From Orbit: A Critique of a Satellite Power System, 1981 Report of the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Solar Power Satellite Systems, Chapter 5.

Law Partnerships and Corporations, materials published by the New York State Bar Association's Continuing Legal Education Division (1979-1980).