Learning Intentionally and the Metacognitive Task, lead article for symposium, The Pedagogy of Procedure: Using Civil Procedure to Showcase Innovative Teaching Methods 65 Journal of Legal Education 710 (Summer 2016) (co-authored with Patti Alleva)

Rebalancing the Curriculum to Give Students a Competitive Advantage, New York Law Journal (August 17, 2015) (co-authored with Kevin McElroy)

Companion Materials for Civil Procedure (Wolters-Kluwer 2016) (web-based case file materials) (co-authored with Eric M. Freedman, Kevin McElroy and Andrew Schepard)

Bridging the Gap: How Introducing Ethical Skills Exercises Will Enrich Learning in First Year Courses, 5 Drexel Law Review165 (Fall 2012) (co-authored with Miriam Albert)

This Is A Courtroom, Not A Classroom’: So What Is The Role Of The Clinical Supervisor?, 13 Clinical Law Review 279 (Fall 2006)

The Impact of Kumho Tire on the Admissibility of Economic Experts in Antitrust Litigation, ABA Section of Litigation Antitrust Litigation Newsletter (Spring 2000) (co-authored with Ann C. Yahner)

Courting Disaster: How a Scalia-Thomas Supreme Court Would Endanger Our Rights and Freedoms (published by People for the American Way, Spring 2000) (contributor)

Should We Extend Daubert to Mere Experts? 21 National Law Journal 6 (Dec. 14, 1998) (co-authored with Joseph M. Sellers)