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Publications are arranged by field of study. Because my work sometimes overlaps these fields, I have listed some of my work more than once.


Comparative Law

Constitutional Law
– U.S. Federal
– U.S. State

Constitutional Law
– European Union Law
– Other Non-U.S. Law

Corporate Law

Law and Society

Legal Education


COMPARATIVE LAW

Retaining Judicial Authority: A Preliminary Inquiry on the Dominion of Judges, 12 Wm. Mary Bill of Rights J. 117 (2003).

Comparative Corporate Law: United States, European Union, China and Japan (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2002).

The Euro and the European Demos: A Reconstitution, 21 Y.B. Eur. Law (England) 13 (2003).

The Extra-National State: American Confederate Federalism and the European Union, 7 Colum. J. Eur. L. 173 (2001).

Inscribing Judicial Preferences into Our Basic Law: The Political Jurisprudence of European Margins of Appreciation As Constitutional Jurisprudence in the U.S., 7 Tulsa Comp. & Int’l L. J. 327 (2000).

Chroniclers in the Field of Cultural Production: Interpretive Conversations Between Courts and Culture, 20 B.C. Third World L.J. 291 (2000).

Disciplining Judicial Interpretation of Fundamental Rights: First Amendment Decadence in Southworth and Boy Scouts of America And European Alternatives, 36 Tulsa L.J. 117 (2000).

Some Thoughts on The American Declaration of Independence and the Irish Easter Proclamation, 8 Tulsa J. Comp. & Int'l L.87 (2000).

Los fingidos y vagabundos: On the Origins of Personal Responsibility and the Welfare State In Early Modern Spain and Its Implications for Welfare Reform in the United States, 4 Loy. Poverty L. J. 1 (1997).

Fairness as a General Principle of American Constitutional Law: Applying Extra-Constitutional Principles to Constitutional Cases in Hendricks and M.L.B., 33 Tulsa L.J. 135 (1997).

Inventing a “Homosexual” for Constitutional Theory: Sodomy Narrative and Antipathy in U.S. and British Courts, 71 Tul. L. Rev. 529 (1996).

Medieval Poor Law in Twentieth Century America: Looking Back Towards a General Theory of Modern American Poor Relief, 44 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 871 (1995).


CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
– U.S. Federal
– U.S. State

Using Law Against Itself: Bush v. Gore in the Courts, 54 Rutgers L. Rev. 1109 (2003).

Race, “The Race,” and the Republic: Reconceiving Judicial Authority After Bush v. Gore, 51 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1057 (2002).

Religion and the Discursive Language of Same Sex Marriage, 30 Capital L. Rev. 221 (2002).

Inscribing Judicial Preferences into Our Basic Law: The Political Jurisprudence of European Margins of Appreciation As Constitutional Jurisprudence in the U.S., 7 Tulsa Comp. & Int’l L. J. 327 (2000).

Chroniclers in the Field of Cultural Production: Interpretive Conversations Between Courts and Culture, 20 B.C. Third World L.J. 291 (2000).

Disciplining Judicial Interpretation of Fundamental Rights: First Amendment Decadence in Southworth and Boy Scouts of America And European Alternatives, 36 Tulsa L.J. 117 (2000).

There Can be Only One: Law, Religion, Grammar and The Organization of Society in the United States in Law and Religion: A Critical Reader 425 (Stephen M. Feldman, ed., 2000).

Altheimer Symposium on Racial Equity in the 21st Century: Culturally Significant Speech: Law, Courts, Society and Racial Equity , 21 U. Ark. Little Rock L.J. 845(1999).

Toleration, Suppression and the Public/Private Divide: Homosexuals Through Military Eyes, 34 Tulsa L.J. 537 (1999).

Tweaking Facts, Speaking Judgment: Judicial Transmogrification of Case Narrative as Jurisprudence in the United States and Britain, 6 S. Cal. Interdisciplinary L.J. 611 (1998).

Religion as Object and the Grammar of Law, 81 Marq. L. Rev. 229 (1998).

A Cobbler’s Court, A Practitioner’s Court: The Rehnquist Court Finds its “Groove”, 34 Tulsa L. J. 347 (1998).

Narrative and Jurisprudence in State Courts: The Example of Constitutional Challenges to Sex Conduct Regulation, 60 Alb. L. Rev. 1633 (1997) (Annual State Constitutional Law Commentary Issue).

Fairness as a General Principle of American Constitutional Law: Applying Extra-Constitutional Principles to Constitutional Cases in Hendricks and M.L.B., 33 Tulsa L.J. 135 (1997).

Reading Entrails: Romer, VMI and the Art of Divining Equal Protection, 32 Tulsa L. J. 361 (1997).

Inventing a “Homosexual” for Constitutional Theory: Sodomy Narrative and Antipathy in U.S. and British Courts, 71 Tul. L. Rev. 529 (1996).

The Incarnate Word, that Old Rugged Cross and the State: On the Supreme Court's October 1994 Term Establishment Clause Cases and the Persistence of Comic Absurdity as Jurisprudence, 31 Tulsa L. J. 447 (1996).

Exposing the Perversions of Toleration: The Decriminalization of Private Sexual Conduct, the Model Penal Code, and the Oxymoron of Liberal Toleration, 45 U. Fla. L. Rev. 755 (1993).

Raping Sodomy and Sodomizing Rape: A Morality Tale About the Transformation of Modern Sodomy Jurisprudence, 21 Am. J. Crim. L. 37 (1993).


CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
– European Union Law
– Other Non-U.S. Law

The Euro and the European Demos: A Reconstitution, 21 Yearbook of European Law (England) 13 (2003).

Forward: Constituting Nations – Veils, Disguises, Masquerades, 20 Penn State Int’l L. Rev. 329 (2002).

The Extra-National State: American Confederate Federalism and the European Union, 7 Colum. J. Eur. L. 173 (2001).

Inscribing Judicial Preferences into Our Basic Law: The Political Jurisprudence of European Margins of Appreciation As Constitutional Jurisprudence in the U.S., 7 Tulsa Comp. & Int’l L. J. 327 (2000).

Disciplining Judicial Interpretation of Fundamental Rights: First Amendment Decadence in Southworth and Boy Scouts of America And European Alternatives, 36 Tulsa L.J. 117 (2000).

Forging Federal Systems Within a Matrix of Contained Conflict: The Example of the European Union, Harvard Jean Monnet Working Paper, No. 4/98 (1998); 12 Emory Int’l L. Rev. 1331 (1998).

Fairness as a General Principle of American Constitutional Law: Applying Extra-Constitutional Principles to Constitutional Cases in Hendricks and M.L.B., 33 Tulsa L.J. 135 (1997).

Harmonization, Subsidiarity and Cultural Difference: An Essay on the Dynamics of Opposition Within Federative and International Legal Systems, 4 Tulsa J. Comp. & Int'l L. 185 (1997).

Inventing a “Homosexual” for Constitutional Theory: Sodomy Narrative and Antipathy in U.S. and British Courts, 71 Tul. L. Rev. 529 (1996).


CORPORATE LAW

The Duty to Monitor: Emerging Obligations of Outside Lawyers and AUditors to Detect and Report Corporate Wrongdoing Beyond the Federal Securities Laws, 77 St. John's L. Rev. 919 (2003).

Comparative Corporate Law: United States, European Union, China and Japan (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2002).

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Federalizing Norms for Officers, Lawyer and Accountant Behavior, 76 St. John’s L. Rev. 897 (2002).


LAW AND SOCIETY

Using Law Against Itself: Bush v. Gore in the Courts, 54 Rutgers L. Rev. 1109 (2003).

The Euro and the European Demos: A Reconstitution, 21 Y.B. Eur. Law (England) 13 (2003).

The Führer Principle of International Law: Individual Responsibility and Collective Punishment, 21 Penn State Int’l L. Rev. 509 (2003).

Human Rights and Legal Education in the Western Hemisphere: Legal Parochialism and Hollow Universalism, 21 Penn State Int’l L. Rev. 115 (2002).

Chroniclers in the Field of Cultural Production: Interpretive Conversations Between Courts and Culture, 20 B.C. Third World L.J. 291 (2000).

Some Thoughts on The American Declaration of Independence and the Irish Easter Proclamation, 8 Tulsa J. Comp. & Int'l L.87 (2000).

Measuring the Penetration of Outsider Scholarship in the Courts: Indifference, Hostility, Engagement, 33 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1173 (2000).

Altheimer Symposium on Racial Equity in the 21st Century: Culturally Significant Speech: Law, Courts, Society and Racial Equity , 21 U. Ark. Little Rock L.J. 845(1999).

Toleration, Suppression and the Public/Private Divide: Homosexuals Through Military Eyes, 34 Tulsa L.J. 537 (1999).

Not a Zookeeper’s Culture: LatCrit Theory and the Search for Latino/a Authenticity in the U.S., 4 Texas Hisp. J. L. & Pol’y 7 (1998).

Queering Theory: An Essay on the Conceit of Revolution in Law, in Legal Queeries 185 (Leslie J. Moran, et al. eds., 1998).

The Many Faces of Hegemony: Patriarchy and Welfare as a Women's Issue (reviewing Mimi Abramovitz, Under Attack, Fighting Back: Women and Welfare in the United States (1996)), 92 Nw. U. L. Rev. 327(1997).

Los fingidos y vagabundos: On the Origins of Personal Responsibility and the Welfare State In Early Modern Spain and Its Implications for Welfare Reform in the United States, 4 Loy. Poverty L. J. 1 (1997).

Narrative and Jurisprudence in State Courts: The Example of Constitutional Challenges to Sex Conduct Regulation, 60 Alb. L. Rev. 1633 (1997) (Annual State Constitutional Law Commentary Issue).

Book Review, 6 Social & Legal Studies 455 (1997) (Eng.) (Reviewing, Carl F. Stychin, Law's Desire: Sexuality and the Limits of Justice (1995)).

Harmonization, Subsidiarity and Cultural Difference: An Essay on the Dynamics of Opposition Within Federative and International Legal Systems, 4 Tulsa J. Comp. & Int'l L. 185 (1997).

“Pitied But Not Entitled”: The Normative Limitations of Scholarship Advocating Change, 19 W. New Eng. L. Rev. 59 (1997).

Inventing a “Homosexual” for Constitutional Theory: Sodomy Narrative and Antipathy in U.S. and British Courts, 71 Tul. L. Rev. 529 (1996).

By Hook or By Crook: The Drive to Conformity and Assimilation in Liberal and Conservative Poor Relief Theory, 7 Hastings Women's L.J. 391 (1996).

Poor Relief, Welfare Paralysis and Assimilation, 1996 Utah L. Rev. 1.

Welfare Reform at the Limit: An Essay on the Futility of "Ending Welfare as We Know It," 30 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 339 (1995).

Medieval Poor Law in Twentieth Century America: Looking Back Towards a General Theory of Modern American Poor Relief, 44 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 871 (1995).

Punishing Frivolous Appeals and Staying Executions of Judgments After Enactment of H.B. 1468, in Appellate Practice and Procedure (OU-CLE publication 1994).

Exposing the Perversions of Toleration: The Decriminalization of Private Sexual Conduct, the Model Penal Code, and the Oxymoron of Liberal Toleration, 45 U. Fla. L. Rev. 755 (1993).

Raping Sodomy and Sodomizing Rape: A Morality Tale About the Transformation of Modern Sodomy Jurisprudence, 21 Am. J. Crim. L. 37 (1993).

Of Handouts and Worthless Promises: Understanding the Conceptual Limitations of American Systems of Poor Relief, 34 B.C. L. Rev. 997 (1993).

Civil Wars: Stays of Execution, Appellate Sanctions and the Nature of Consensus on the Utility of Appellate Review, 29 Tulsa L.J. 65 (1993).


LEGAL EDUCATION

Defining, Measuring and Judging Scholarly Productivity: Working Toward a Rigorous and Flexible Approach, 52 J. Legal Educ. 317 (2002).

Human Rights and Legal Education in the Western Hemisphere: Legal Parochialism and Hollow Universalism, 21 Penn State Int’l L. Rev. 115 (2002).

General Principles of Academic Specialization By Means of Certificate or Concentration Programs: Creating a Certificate Program in International, Comparative and Foreign Law at Penn State, 20 Penn. State Int’l L. Rev. 67 (2001).

Measuring the Penetration of Outsider Scholarship in the Courts: Indifference, Hostility, Engagement, 33 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1173 (2000).

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