[In chronological order, with the most recent last.]
The “Liberal” Label: Roosevelt’s Capture of a Symbol, 17 Public Policy 377 (Harvard University Press, 1968).
Reform of the Presidential Nominating Conventions, 56 Virginia Law Review 179 (1970) (with Reid Chambers).
The Public Interest Appellant: Limitations on the Right of Competent Parties to Settle Litigation Out of Court, 66 Northwestern University Law Review 199 (1971).
The Combination of Functions in Administrative Actions: An Examination of European Alternatives, 40 Fordham Law Review 101 (1971).
Star Gallery ‘74, 2 Astronomy Magazine 57 (Feb. 1974) (Photographs of Mercury Transit of the Sun).
Presidents and Ex-Presidents as Witnesses: A Brief Historical Footnote, 1975 University of Illinois Law Forum 1 (1975).
Constitutional and Statutory Restrictions on Political Parties in the Wake of Cousins v. Wigoda, 53 Texas Law Review 935 (1975).
Sponsors of Real Estate Partnerships as Brokers and Investment Advisors, 23 University of California-Los Angeles Law Review 322 (1975) (with Robert C. Hacker).
Book Review: Monroe Freedman’s “Lawyers’ Ethics in An Adversary System,” 89 Harvard Law Review 622 (1976).
Congressional Power to Restrict the Jurisdiction of the Lower Federal Courts and the Problem of School Busing, 64 Georgetown University Law Journal 839 (1976).
Comment, 27 Harvard Law Bulletin 4 (No. 3, 1976).
Conforming Stock Ownership Plans with the Securities Acts, 45 George Washington University Law Review 34 (1976) (with Robert C. Hacker).
The Commercial Speech Doctrine in the Supreme Court, 1976 University of Illinois Law Forum 1080 (1976).
Commercial Speech and the First Amendment, 1 The Collegiate Forum 8 (Fall 1977) (published by Dow Jones & Co., Inc.).
The First Amendment Now Protects Commercial Speech, 10 The Center Magazine: A Publication of the Center For the Study of Democratic Institutions 32 (May/June 1977).
The Word “Profession” is Only a Label — And Not a Very Useful One, 4 Learning and the Law 16 (Summer 1977) (publication of the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar).
The SEC’s Ectoplasmic Theory of an Issuer as Applied to Educational and Charitable Institutions, Bank Trustees, and Other Exempt Issuers, 65 California Law Review 1181 (1977) (with Robert C. Hacker) (published by University of California-Berkeley Law School).
Law, Lawyers and Managers, in, The Ethics of Corporate Conduct, pp. 127-45 (Clarence Walton, ed. 1977) (published by Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J., for the American Assembly of Columbia University).
When the Client Lies: Unhelpful Guidelines from the ABA, 1 Corporation Law Review 34 (1978).
SEC Registration of Private Investment Partnerships after Abrahamson v. Fleschner, 78 Columbia Law Review 1471 (1978) (with Robert C. Hacker).
The Reliance of Counsel Defense in Securities Cases: Damage Actions versus Injunctive Actions, 1 Corporation Law Review 159 (1978) (with Robert C. Hacker).
Liability for the Misuse of Nonpublic, Material Inside Information: The Duty to Convey and the Duty to Inquire, 1 Corporation Law Review 376 (1978) (with Robert C. Hacker).
Running Out of Time: Can the E.R.A. Be Saved, 64 American Bar Association Journal 1507 (1978).
The Duty to Take Remedial Action, 2 Corporation Law Review 159 (1979) (with Robert C. Hacker).
Waiver of Attorney Client Privilege, 2 Corporation Law Review 250 (1979) (with Robert C. Hacker).
Attorney Conflicts of Interest, 2 Corporation Law Review 345 (1979) (with Robert C. Hacker).
Standing, Waiver, Laches, and Appealability in Attorney Disqualification Cases, 3 Corporation Law Review 82 (1980) (with Robert C. Hacker).
Short-Swing Profits, Section 16(b), and Nonstatutory Insiders, 3 Corporation Law Review 252 (1980) (with Robert C. Hacker).
Restrictions on Agency and Congressional Subpoenas Issued for an Improper Purpose, 4 Corporation Law Review 74 (1981) (with Robert C. Hacker).
The Extraterritorial Regulation of Foreign Business under the U.S. Securities Laws, 59 North Carolina Law Review 643 (1981) (with Robert C. Hacker), reprinted in 24 Corporate Practice Commentator 233 (1982).
Ethical Restraints on Communications with Adverse Expert Witnesses, 5 Corporation Law Review 348 (1982) (with Robert C. Hacker).
A Comment on the Creation and Resolution of a “Nonproblem”: Dames & Moore v. Regan, the Foreign Affairs Power, and the Role of the Court, 29 University of California – Los Angeles Law Review 1129 (1982) (with John E. Nowak).
Corporate Confidences and the Duty to Refrain from Insider Trading, 6 Corporation Law Review 53 (1983) (with Robert C. Hacker).
Representing the Corporate Client and the Proposed Rules of Professional Conduct, 6 Corporation Law Review 269 (1983) (with Robert C. Hacker).
Ethics, USA Today, Feb. 15, 1983, at p. 10A.
Teaching Ethics under the New Model Rules, 14 Syllabus 1 (No. 3, Sept. 1983) (a publication of the American Bar Association Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar).
Usery in the Wake of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission v. Mississippi, 1 Constitutional Commentary 43 (1984).
The Doctrine of Conditional Preemption and Other Limitations on Tenth Amendment Restrictions, 132 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 289 (1984).
Ethics, 12 Student Lawyer 14 (May 1984).
Debate Over Model Rules Moves to the States, 130 Chicago Law Bulletin 3, 8 (June 12, 1984).
The Notice of Withdrawal and the New Model Rules of Professional Conduct: Blowing the Whistle and Waiving the Red Flag, 63 Oregon Law Review 455 (1984), reprinted in, 1985 Criminal Law Review 533, and excerpted in 34 Law Review Digest 14 (Mar./Apr. 1985).
Instruments for Legal Integration in the European Community — A Review (with Peter Hay and Giorgio Gaja), in 1 Integration through Law: Europe and the American Federal Experience 113 (Mauro Cappelletti, Monica Seccombe & Joseph Weiler, Eds.) (Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, 1986).
Conflict of Laws as a Technique for Legal Integration (with Peter Hay and Ole Lando) in 1 Integration through Law: Europe and the American Federal Experience 161 (M. Cappelletti, M. Seccombe, & J. Weiler, eds.) (Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, 1986).
The Doctrine of the Inner Political Check, the Dormant Commerce Clause, and Federal Preemption, 53 Transportation Practitioners Journal 263 (1986).
The Role of Law Reviews: The Extreme Centrist Position, 62 Indiana Law Journal 1 (1986).
Intergovernmental Tax Immunity and Tax Free Municipals After Garcia, 57 U. Colorado Law Review 849 (1986).
Sales and Use Tax Credits, Discrimination against Interstate Commerce, and the Useless Multiple Taxation Concept, 20 University of California-Davis Law Review 273 (1987) (with John E. Nowak).
Ethical Problems in Federal Agency Hiring of Private Attorneys, 1 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 85 (1987).
Bicentennial Lessons from the Constitutional Convention of 1787, 21 Suffolk University Law Review 589 (1987) (the Twentieth Donahue Lecture).
Remembering Judge Walter R. Mansfield, 45 Brooklyn Law Review 1 (1987).
Professionals, Pragmatists or Predators, Part I, 75 Illinois Bar Journal 420, Part II, 482, Part III, 540 (1987).
Life under the Articles of Confederation, 75 Illinois Bar Journal 544 (1987).
Lawyers and Professionalism: A Commentary on the Report of the American Bar Association Commission on Professionalism, 18 Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal 1149 (1987) (the Baker-McKenzie Foundation Lecture).
The Constitutional Future of the Bill of Rights: A Closer Look at Commercial Speech and State Aid to Religiously Affiliated Schools, 65 North Carolina Law Review 917 (1987).
Bork’s Firing of Cox: What Really Happened, Wall Street Journal, Sept. 9, 1987, p. 32.
An Essay on the Constitutional Parameters of Federal Impeachment, 76 Kentucky Law Review 707 (1988).
Contract Rights, Property Rights and Constitutional Restrictions on Federal Limitations of Private Claims Against Foreign Governments, in, Legal Essays in Honor of John E. Cribbet, pp 151-68 (Peter Hay & Michael Hoeflich, eds., U. of Ill. Press, 1988).
Learning the Law of Lawyering, 136 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1761 (1988).
Original Intent, The View of the Framers, and the Role of the Ratifiers, 41 Vanderbilt Law Review 507 (1988).
The Confirmation Process for Supreme Court Justices in the Modern Era, 37 Emory Law Journal 559 (1988).
Sheathing the Sword of Federal Preemption, 5 Constitutional Commentary 311 (1988).
Is Lawyer Professionalism Declining or Advancing (3-Part Series) 134 Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Mar. 5, 1988 at 2, 14 (Part I); Mar. 16, 1988 at 2, 14 (Part II); Mar. 17, 1988 at 2, 10 (Part III).
Challenging the Ethics Myths, 10 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 16-17 (Mar. 21, 1988), reprinted in, 99 Fulton County Daily Report 4 (Apr. 13, 1988) (Georgia), 4 Texas Lawyer 20-21 (April 18, 1988), 1 Manhattan Lawyer, 12, 33 (Mar. 29 – Apr. 4, 1988), 14 Connecticut Law Tribune 10-11 (Aug. 15, 1988).
The Litigator’s Professional Responsibility, 77 Illinois Bar Journal 192 (1988), reprinted in, 25 Trial Magazine 98 (March 1989), and in, 30 Law Office Economics and Management 61 (1989).
Race to Courthouse — Or Walk?, 11 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 14 (Aug. 15, 1988), reprinted in, 99 Fulton County Daily Report 2 (Aug. 11, 1988) (Georgia), 1 Manhattan Lawyer 12 (Aug. 16-22, 1988).
State Bars Reluctant to Hear Any Evil, 11 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 14 (Dec. 12, 1988), reprinted in, 99 Fulton County Daily Report 8 (Dec. 12, 1988) (Georgia), The Recorder of San Francisco 4 (Dec. 22, 1988).
The Court: A Decade of Stability and Change, 11 National Law Journal 34-36 (Sept. 26, 1988).
Client Fraud: Blowing the Whistle, Other Options, 24 Trial Magazine 92 (Nov. 1988).
The Lawyer’s Duty To Report Another Lawyer’s Unethical Violations in the Wake of Himmel, 1988 University of Illinois Law Review 977 (1988).
Runyon v. McCrary and the Mosaic of State Action, 67 Washington University Law Quarterly 47 (1989).
Interpreting an Unwritten Constitution, 12 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 15 (1989).
Line-Item Veto: Best Budget Fix?, 11 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 15 (Mar. 27, 1989), reprinted in, e.g., 100 Fulton County (Atlanta) Daily Report 8 (Mar. 23, 1989) (Georgia), 2 Manhattan Lawyer 12 (Apr. 4 – Apr. 10, 1989).
Impeaching Federal Judges: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?, 72 Judicature: The Journal of the American Judicature Society 359 (1989) (transcript of edited remarks).
Cautionary Lessons from American Securities Arbitration: Litigation versus Arbitration, 5 Arbitration International 199 (London Court of International Arbitration, Issue 2, 1989).
The Impairments Clause and the Corporation: A Comment on Professors Butler’s and Ribstein’s Thesis, 55 Brooklyn Law Review 809 (1989) (Symposium).
Eschewing Bright Lines, 25 Trial Magazine 52 (Dec. 1989).
Meanwhile, Back in Mother Russia, Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.), Oct. 2, 1989, at 35 (with Peter B. Maggs).
A Tribute to Eugene F. Scoles, 1989 Illinois Law Review 835 (1989).
The Case Against Special Prosecutors, Wall Street Journal, Jan. 15, 1990, at p. A8.
Jurisprudent: ABA Model Rules on Client Secrets No Help, 13 Chicago Lawyer 12, 56 (Feb. 1990).
The New Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct: A Brief Introduction and Criticism, 78 Illinois Bar Journal 386 (1990).
Beholden to None, Justices Often Cut Their Own Paths, Los Angeles Times, July 27, 1990, at p. B7.
Predicting the Views of Supreme Court Nominees, 26 Trial Magazine 42 (Nov. 1990).
Judicial Conference — Second Circuit: RICO and the Proposed Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers (Sept. 7, 1990), 136 Federal Rules Decisions 233, 266-71 (1991).
War Dissenters Reflect Freedom’s Power, 13 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 24 (Feb. 4, 1991).
Joseph Story: A Man for All Seasons, 1990 Journal of Supreme Court History: Yearbook of the Supreme Court Historical Society 17 (1990) (with John E. Nowak).
When Rough Justice Rides Roughshod, 13 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 26 (April 1, 1991), reprinted in, 102 Fulton County (Atlanta) Daily Report 8 (Mar. 29, 1991), 32 Broward Review (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) 11 (April 1, 1991), 37 Palm Beach (Florida) Review 11 (April 1, 1991), 65 Miami Review 11 (April 1, 1991), 77 New Jersey Law Journal 9, 24 (April 4, 1991), 65 The Recorder 4, 5 (April 4, 1991).
Nici o constitutie . . ., 18 Lumea Azi 4 (May 2, 1991) (published in Romanian).
Public Executions: Should the Imposition of the Death Sentence Be Televised?, 4 Illinois Quarterly 36 (July 1991) (panel discussion).
One Potato, Two Potato, Three Potato, Four, 14 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 23 (Aug. 12, 1991) (reprinted in various legal newspapers).
Abuse of Ethics Rule Hinders Prosecutors, Chicago Sun-Times, Aug. 24, 1991, at p. 12, col. 1-2.
Commercial Speech and the Platonic Ideal: Libre expression et libre enterprise, in, Freedom of Expression and the Charter 319 (David Schneiderman, ed. Carswell, Canada 1991), a collection of papers presented at the Edmonton, Alberta Conference on the Canadian Constitution, of the Centre for Constitutional Studies/Centre d’études constitutionnelles.
Thomas’ Ethics and the Court, 13 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 20 (Aug. 26, 1991).
A Red Herring Confirmation Issue, The Indianapolis Star, Sept. 10, 1991, at p. A7, col. 1-3.
Celebrating the Bicentennial of the Bill of Rights, 79 Illinois Bar Journal 608 (1991).
Exporting the American Bill of Rights: The Lesson from Romania, 1991 University of Illinois Law Review 1065 (1991).
The Welfare State and the Constitution, in The Encyclopedia of the American Constitution 571 (Macmillan Pub. Co., Inc., K. Karst & L. Levy, Eds., Supplement I, 1992).
The Veto Power, in The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States 896 (Oxford University Press, Kermit L. Hall, ed. 1992).
Legal Ethics, 45 Southwestern Law Journal [Southern Methodist University] 2035 (1992).
The Best Response to Speech We Don’t Like Is More Speech, Chicago Sun-Times, May 16, 1992, at p.14, col. 1-6.
Foreword: The Role of the Modern Supreme Court, 26 U. Richmond Law Review 433 (1992).
Simon Greenleaf on Desuetude and Judge-Made Law: An Unpublished Letter to Francis Lieber, 10 Constitutional Commentary 93 (1993) (with Michael H. Hoeflich).
Roe v. Wade: Reading It Right, 15 Legal Times [of Washington, D.C.] 36, 40 (Jan. 25, 1993) (reprinted in various publications, e.g., Texas Lawyer. Feb. 8, 1993, at 16-17).
No Impediment to Term Limits, The Washington Post, Feb. 13, 1993, at A31, col. 1.
The Civil Rights Act of 1991: A Brief Introductory Analysis of the Congressional Response to Judicial Interpretation, 68 Notre Dame Law Review 923 (1993) (Symposium).
A Brief Comment on Politically Incorrect Speech in the Wake of R.A.V., 47 Southern Methodist University Law Review 9 (1993).
Juggling for Power Over NAFTA: A Simple Cure for a Big Problem, 16 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 23 (July 19, 1993).
Free Trade’s Political Alchemy, 9 Texas Lawyer 10 (July 26, 1993).
Roadblock to Mexico, The Washington Post, Sept. 21, 1993, at A19, col. 6.
Impeachment Showdown: Congress vs. Judges, 16 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 37 (Nov. 1, 1993) (reprinted, e.g., in 19 The Connecticut Law Tribune 24, Nov. 8, 1993).
The Case Against Permanent Disbarment, 5 The Professional Lawyer 22 (A.B.A., No. 2, Feb. 1994).
Paula Jones Day in Court, 17 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 24, 27 (May 30, 1994), reprinted, e.g., 10 Texas Lawyer 24, 27 (June 13, 1994).
Is the President Above the Law?, Chicago Tribune, June 1, 1994, § 1, at 21, col. 3 – 4.
“Richard” Case Defies the Law As Well As the Logic, Chicago Tribune, July 17, 1994, § 4, at 3, col. 4.
Setting Timer on Congressional Terms, 17 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) S31, S33 (Oct. 3, 1994).
A Commentary on the Constitutionality of Term Limits, in The Politics and Law of Term Limits 141 (Edward H. Crane & Roger Pilon, eds., Cato Institute 1994).
The Constitution Lets States Impose Term Limits, Wall Street Journal, Nov. 30, 1994, at A21, col. 3-6 (Midwest ed.).
Can You Say That?, 30 Trial Magazine 18 (December 1994).
Rolls Royce and the Case Law, Lake Michigan Lady, at 34-36 (Issue No. 37, 1994).
Rethinking Term Limits for Federal Legislators in Light of the Structure of the Constitution, 73 Oregon Law Review 561 (1994).
Racist Speech and Attorney Discipline, 6 The Professional Lawyer 1 (A.B.A., No. 6, 1995).
Returning Art to the People: No Subsidies and No Strings, 17 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 43 (Mar. 6, 1995).
Term Limits and Lessons from Our Past, Heartland Policy Study, No. 66 (Heartland Institute, June 28, 1995).
Cases Refine Definition of Federal Powers, 17 National Law Journal C9, C12 (July 31, 1995).
Computerized Highways and the Search for Privacy in the Case Law: A Comment, 11 Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal 119 (1995) (part of a Conference and Symposium on Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems).
Fixing the War Powers Act, The Heritage Lectures, No. 529 (The Heritage Foundation, 1995).
What Next? Outlawing Lawyer Jokes?, Wall Street Journal, Aug. 8, 1995, at A12, col. 3-5 (Midwest ed.).
Innovations Disguised as Traditions: An Historical Review of the Supreme Court Nominations Process, 1995 University of Illinois Law Review 123 (1995).
Flat Taxes: A Progressive Way to Go, 17 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 20 (Nov. 27, 1995).
Embattled Clintons Should Note Watergate Lessons, Newsday, Feb. 28, 1996, A32.
Rotunda on Travel: A Wet Toast to Limp Bacon, Loose Clothing, 36 Illinois State Bar News 4 (No. 16, Mar 1, 1996).
The Aftermath of Thornton, 13 Constitutional Commentary 201 (1996).
A Czech Window on Ethics, 18 National Law Journal, at A15 (July 22, 1996).
Legal Ethics, the Czech Republic, and the Rule of Law, 7 The Professional Lawyer 1 (A.B.A., No. 8, 1996).
Sister Act: Conflicts of Interest with Sister Corporations, in, Legal Ethics: The Core Issues (1996) (Hofstra University School of Law Conference on Legal Ethics), 1 Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics 215 (1996).
The Warren Court and Freedom of the Press, in The Warren Court: A 25 Year Retrospective 85 (Bernard Schwartz, ed. Oxford University Press 1996).
Judgeships Trapped in a Political Snare?, Washington Times, Oct. 29, 1996, at A15, col. 1-6.
Nová pravidla profesního jednání advokátu v Ceské republice (v komparaci s kodexy USA a EU) [The New Rules of Professional Conduct for Advocates in the Czech Republic], 5 EMP: Evropské a mezinárodní právo 58 (Císlo 3-4, 1996) (published in Czech and English).
Dealing with the Media: Ethical, Constitutional, and Practical Parameters, 84 Illinois Bar Journal 614 (December 1996).
An Essay on Term Limits and a Call for a Constitutional Convention, 80 Marquette University Law Review 227 (1996) (with Stephen J. Safranek).
Heiple’s Burdens, Chicago Tribune, January 29, 1997, at § 1, p. 11, col. 4 [reprinted in, Belleville News-Democrat, February 2, 1997, at § A, p. 4A, col. 4-6].
When Duty Calls, Courts Can Be Flexible, Washington Post, January 29, 1997, at p. A21, col. 2-3.
Professionalism, Legal Advertising, and Free Speech In the Wake of Florida Bar v. Went For It, Inc., 49 Arkansas Law Review 703 (1997) (Symposium), reprinted in, 12 Lawyers’ Liability Review 2 (No. 10, Oct. 1998) (part I), 12 Lawyers’ Liability Review 2 (No. 11, Nov. 1998) (part II), 12 Lawyers’ Liability Review 2 (No. 12, Oct. 1998) (part III).
Conflict Problems When Representing Members of Corporate Families, 72 Notre Dame Law Review 655 (1997).
Judges as Ambulance Chasers, 8 The Professional Lawyer 14 (A.B.A., No. 8, 1997).
West Virginia Provides Model for Legal Discipline Across State Lines, 7 Legal Opinion Letter 1 (Washington Legal Foundation, No. 15, May 16, 1997).
The Influence of the American Law Institute’s Proposed Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers, 1 Professional Responsibility, Legal Ethics, and Legal Education News 1, 4 (Federalist Society, No. 2, 1997).
Handed a Lesser Veto, 20 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 27, 28 (May 26, 1997).
Lips Unlocked: Attorney-Client Privilege and the Government Lawyer, 20 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 21-22, 28 (June 30, 1997).
The War Powers Act in Perspective, 2 Michigan Law & Policy Review 1 (1997).
The True Significance of Clinton vs. Jones, Chicago Tribune, July 8, 1997, at 12, col. 1-6.
Can a President Be Imprisoned?, 20 Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.) 22-23, 28 (July 21, 1997).
The Americans with Disabilities Act, Bar Examinations, and the Constitution: A Balancing Act, 66 The Bar Examiner 6 (No. 3, August, 1997).
Permanent Disbarment: A Market Oriented Proposal, 9 The Professional Lawyer 2 (ABA, No. 9, Nov. 1997) (with Mary Devlin).
White House Counsel and the Attorney Client Privilege, 1 Professional Responsibility, Legal Ethics, and Legal Education News 1 (Federalist Society, No. 3, 1997).
When Witnesses Are Told What to Say, Washington Post, January 13, 1998, at A15, col. 2-4 (with Lester Brickman).
Eastern European Diary: Constitution-Building in the Former Soviet Union, 1 The Green Bag, 2d Series 163 (Winter 1998).
The Chemical Weapons Convention: Political and Constitutional Issues, 15 Constitutional Commentary 131 (1998).
Reporting Sensational Trials: Free Press, a Responsible Press, and Cameras in the Courts, 3 Communications Law and Policy 295 (No. 2, Spring, 1998).
Gauging the Impact of the Proposed Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers, 9 The Professional Lawyer 2 (ABA, No.2, 1998).
Is the Flat Tax Dead?, Chicago Tribune, April 15, 1998, at § 1, p. 17, col. 1-3.
Epilogue, in Prime Time Law: Fictional TV Lawyers and Their Impact on America — From Perry Mason and L.A. Law to Law & Order and Ally McBeal 265 (Robert M. Jarvis & Paul R. Joseph, eds., Carolina Academic Press, 1998).
New Respectability, New Freedom, 144 Chicago Daily Law Bulletin 25, 35 (April 25, 1998).
Resurrecting Federalism Under the New Tenth and Fourteenth Amendments, 29 Texas Tech Law Review 953 (1998).
Competitive Bidding Would End ‘Pay-to-Play,’ 20 National Law Journal A23 (June 29, 1998).
Remarks on School Choice, in Marshall J. Breger & David M. Gordis, eds., Vouchers for School Choice: Challenge or Opportunity? — An American Jewish Reappraisal 82 (Wilstein Institute of Jewish Policy Studies, 1998).
The Power of Congress Under Section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment after City of Boerne v. Flores, 32 Indiana Law Review 163 (1998).
Innovative Legal Billing, Alternatives to Billable Hours, and Ethical Hurdles, published in, Legal Ethics: Access to Justice (1998) (Hofstra University School of Law Conference on Legal Ethics), 2 Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics 1701 (1999).
The Legal Profession and the Public Image of Lawyers, 23 The Journal of the Legal Profession 51 (1999).
Moving from Billable Hours to Fixed Fees: Task-Based Billing and Legal Ethics, 47 University of Kansas Law Review 819 (1999).
Multidisciplinary Practice: An Idea Whose Time Has Come, 3 Professional Responsibility, Legal Ethics, and Legal Education News 1 (Federalist Society, No. 2, 1999).
Subsidized Speech for the Rich, Chicago Tribune, Dec. 12, 1999, at § 1, p.23.
Presidential Pardon for Elian?, Washington Times, Dec. 28, 1999, at A17.
Independent Counsel and the Charges of Leaking: A Brief Case Study, 68 Fordham Law Review 869 (1999).
Let Nothing You Display: Making Room for Religion in Public Forums, Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.), Jan. 3, 2000, at pp. 43, 45.
Another Clinton Victim: The Integrity of the Federal Courts, Wall Street Journal, March 20, 2000, at p. A35, reprinted in, volume 6, Whitewater: Impeachment Aftermath, Election 2000 (Dow Jones & Co., 2001), at 145.
Teaching Legal Ethics a Quarter of a Century After Watergate, 51 Hastings Law Journal 661 (2000).
The Long Gavel: In Class Actions, State Judges Are Trumping Other Jurisdictions’ Laws, Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.), May 15, 2000, at 67, 69.
Making Work for Lawyers, The Scripps Howard News Service (distributed to over 400 subscriber newspapers), Friday, July 7, 2000.
Rated V for Violence, Legal Times (of Washington, D.C.), August 14, 2000, at p. 68.
The FTC Report on Hollywood Entertainment, 1 Free Speech & Election Law Group News (Federalist Society, Sept. 15, 2000), http://www.fed-soc.org/Publications/practicegroupnewsletters/PG%20Links/rotunda.htm
Constitutional Problems with Enforcing the Biological Weapons Convention, Cato Foreign Policy Briefing (No. 61, September 28, 2000), http://www.cato.org/pubs/fpbriefs/fpb-061es.html .
The Bar and the Legal Academy, in The Rule of Law in the Wake of Clinton 207-29 (Roger Pilon, ed. Cato Institute 2000).
Should States Sue the Entertainment Industry as They Did Big Tobacco?, 16 Insight On the News 41, 43 (Oct. 30, 2000) (debate with Charlie Condon, the Attorney General of South Carolina).
The Benefits of School Vouchers, National Law Journal, Oct. 23, 2000, at A17.
How the Electoral College Works, and Why It Works Well, Knight-Ridder Newspaper Chain (distributed to over 400 subscriber newspapers), Friday, Nov. 15, 2000; e.g., Electoral College Works Well, The Press of Atlantic City, Nov. 15, 2000, at p. A13, 2000 (Westlaw) WLNR 7545816.
The Equal-Protection Clause: A Field Day for Misleading Statistics, in National Review On Line, Nov. 15, 2000, http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment111500f.shtml .
Simply Unconstitutional: How Hand Counting Violates Due Process, in National Review On Line, Nov. 16, 2000, http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment111600f.shtml
Let Legislature Decide, USA Today, November 21, 2000, at 16A.
What it Takes to Win: Using the Psychic Hotline to Decide Contested Races, Chicago Tribune, November 26, 2000, at § 1, p. 19.
Don’t Blame Movies, Washington Post, Dec. 1, 2000, at A35.
From the Supremes to Seminole, in National Review On Line, Dec. 5, 2000, http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment120500a.shtml
Changing the Election Law, Again, in National Review On Line, Dec. 9, 2000, http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment120800c.shtml
Rubbish about Recusal, Wall Street Journal, December 13, 2000, at A26.
The Partisanship Myth, The Christian Science Monitor, December 15, 2000, at 11.
Court Correctly Overrules Granholm, Detroit News, Jan. 30, 2001, at p. 11A.
A Few Modest Proposals to Reform the Law Governing Federal Judicial Salaries, 12 The Professional Lawyer 1 (A.B.A., Fall 2000).
The New States’ Rights, the New Federalism, the New Commerce Clause, and the Proposed New Abdication, 25 Oklahoma City University Law Review 869 (2000).
Judicial Comments on Pending Cases: The Ethical Restrictions and the Sanctions – A Case Study of the Microsoft Litigation, 2001 University of Illinois Law Review 611 (2001).
Lawyer Advertising and the Philosophical Origins of the Commercial Speech Doctrine, 36 University of Richmond Law Review 91 (2002) (Allen Chair Symposium of 2001).
No POWs: Unlawful Combatants, American Law, and the Geneva Convention, National Review Online, Jan. 29, 2002, http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment-rotunda012902.shtml .
The Role of Ideology in Confirming Federal Court Judges, 15 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 127 (2001).
The Commerce Clause, the Political Question Doctrine, and Morrison, 18 Constitutional Commentary 319 (2001).
ABA-Recommended Nominees Deserve Hearings, Chicago Sun-Times, May 5, 2002, at 37.
Monitoring the Conversations of Prisoners, 13 The Professional Lawyer 1 (ABA, No. 3, 2002).
City’s O’Hare Strategy Flouts Constitution, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, June 14, 2002, at p. 5.
Federalizing the Windy City, National Review Online, June 18, 2002, http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment-rotunda061802.asp
The Eleventh Amendment, Garrett, and Protection for Civil Rights, 53 Alabama Law Review 1183 (2002).
Statement before the Senate Committee Hearings on the Judicial Nomination Process, 50 Drake Law Review 523 (2002).
Judicial Campaigns in the Shadow of Republican Party v. White, 14 The Professional Lawyer 2 (ABA, No. 1, 2002).
Judicial Elections, Campaign Financing, and Free Speech, 2 Election Law Journal 79 (No.1, 2003).
The Implications of the New Commerce Clause Jurisprudence: An Evolutionary or Revolutionary Court?, 55 Arkansas Law Review 795 (2003).
Pravo na svobody slova v voennoe vremiz v knostitutsii SShA: istoki i evoliutsiia, Pravo i Zakonodatel’stvo, 2003, No. 2, c. 63-65; The Right of Freedom of Speech in Wartime in the Constitution of the USA: Sources And Evolution, Law and Legislation, 2003, No. 2, pp. 63-65.
Before Changing the Law, Look at SBC’s Record and Credibility, Champaign News-Gazette, April 13, 2003, at B1, B4.
Yet Another Article on Bush v. Gore, 64 Ohio State Law Journal 283 (2003).
SBC’s Secessionist Gambit Deserved to Fail, Chicago Tribune, June 15, 2003, at p. C9.
A Preliminary Empirical Inquiry into the Connection between Judicial Decision Making and Campaign Contributions to Judicial Candidates, 14 The Professional Lawyer 16 (ABA, No. 2, 2003).
Senate Rules to Keep Filibusters, Chicago Sun-Times, July 4, 2003, at p. 29.
The Perceived Connection between Judicial Decision Making and Judicial Campaign Contributions: Some Preliminary Data, The Republican Lawyer (July, 2003), http://www.rnla.org/rotunda.doc
Book Review: Democracy by Decree, 23 Cato Journal: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Public Policy Analysis 155 (No. 1, Spring-Summer 2003).
Appearances Can Be Deceiving: Should the Law Worry About Campaign Money Looking Dirty When the Facts Show That the System’s Clean?, The Legal Times, Sept. 15, 2003, at p. 84.
Found Money: IOLTA, Brown v. Legal Foundation of Washington, and the Taking of Property without the Payment of Compensation, 2002-2003 Cato Supreme Court Review 245 (2003).
SBC Tries Time-Worn Corporate Power Grab, Chicago Sun-Times, Nov. 22, 2003, p. 16.
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Law Firms Creating In-House Ethics Counsel, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Nov. 3, 2014, http://verdict.justia.com/2014/11/03/law-firms-creating-house-ethics-counsel
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The Mystery of Case Assignment in the Ninth Circuit, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Dec. 1, 2014, http://verdict.justia.com/2014/12/01/mystery-case-assignment-ninth-circuit
The Ferguson, Missouri, Tragedy and the Future of Eyewitness Identification, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Dec. 15, 2014, http://verdict.justia.com/2014/12/15/ferguson-missouri-tragedy-future-eyewitness-identification
Jonathan Gruber and the Wisdom of Crowds, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Dec. 29, 2014, https://verdict.justia.com/2014/12/29/jonathan-gruber-wisdom-crowds
The President’s Power to Waive the Immigration Laws, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Jan. 12, 2015, http://verdict.justia.com/2015/01/12/presidents-power-waive-immigration-laws
The House of Representatives Lawsuit against the Executive Branch, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Feb. 2, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/02/02/house-representatives-lawsuit-executive-branch
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Lawyers Lying in Negotiations, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Mar. 16, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/03/16/lawyers-lying-in-negotiations
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Hillary’s Emails and the Law, Wall Street Journal, March 17, 2015, http://www.wsj.com/articles/ronald-d-rotunda-hillarys-emails-and-the-law-1426547356
Is the Federal Government Really a State, if the IRS Says It Is?, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Mar. 30, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/03/30/is-the-federal-government-really-a-state-if-the-irs-says-it-is
Ignoring the Supreme Court When You Don’t Like the Result, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, April 13, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/04/13/ignoring-the-supreme-court-when-you-dont-like-the-result
The Way of Death in the Netherlands, Oregon, and, Perhaps, California, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, April 27, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/04/27/the-way-of-death-in-the-netherlands-oregon-and-perhaps-california
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Disciplining Lawyers Who Engage in Moral Turpitude, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, June 22, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/06/22/disciplining-lawyers-who-engage-in-moral-turpitude
Thin-Skinned and Upset? Call a Lawyer, Wall Street Journal, June 22, 2015, at p. 13.
Requiem for the Export-Import Bank, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, July 6, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/07/06/requiem-for-the-export-import-bank
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Shooting a Wedding Is Different from Taking a Passport Photo, in National Review On Line, July 9, 2015, http://www.nationalreview.com/article/420923/obergefell-sexual-orientation-strict-scrutiny
The Celgard Decision and Lawyer Disqualification, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, July 20, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/07/20/the-celgard-decision-and-lawyer-disqualification
Higher Education and Teaching English, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Aug. 3, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/08/03/higher-education-and-teaching-english
Judges Who Broadcast Their Imprudent and Injudicious Behavior, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Aug. 17, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/08/17/judges-who-broadcast-their-imprudent-and-injudicious-behavior
The Rise and Fall (and Rise) of Anti-Semitism Here and Abroad, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Aug. 31, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/08/31/the-rise-and-fall-and-rise-of-anti-semitism-here-and-abroad
Women Lawyers in America—From the 17th to the 21st Century, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Sept. 14, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/09/14/women-lawyers-in-america-from-the-17th-to-the-21st-century
Marriage Litigation in the Wake of Obergefell v. Hodges, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Sept. 28, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/09/28/marriage-litigation-in-the-wake-of-obergefell-v-hodges
Donald Trump and Wong Kim Ark, The Hill, Sept. 28, 2015, http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/civil-rights/255040-donald-trump-and-wong-kim-ark
Sotomayor: ‘Do as I say, not as I do,’ Washington Times, Sept. 28, 2015, http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/sep/28/ronald-rotunda-sonya-sotomayor-do-as-i-say-not-as-/
Regulating Lawyer Advertising When It Is Not Misleading, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Oct. 12, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/10/12/regulating-lawyer-advertising-when-it-is-not-misleading
Dred Scott after Nearly Two Centuries, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Oct. 26, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/10/26/dred-scott-after-nearly-two-centuries
Cameras in the Supreme Court, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Nov. 9, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/11/09/cameras-in-the-supreme-court
Book Review: The Once and Future King: The Rise of Crown Government in America, 63 J. Legal Education 434 (2015).
A Minimum Wage of Zero, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Nov. 23, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/11/23/a-minimum-wage-of-zero
The Unintended Consequences of Campaign Finance Reform, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Dec. 7, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/12/07/donald-trumps-campaign-financing-dodge
Judicial Campaigns and the Appearance of Impropriety, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Dec. 21, 2015, https://verdict.justia.com/2015/12/21/judicial-campaigns-and-the-appearance-of-impropriety
What College Students Really Want, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Jan. 4, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/01/04/what-college-students-really-want
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Crossing the Bar: Notable Lawyers Who Left Us in 2015, Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Feb. 1, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/02/01/crossing-the-bar-notable-lawyers-who-left-us-in-2015
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What Does Ancient Athens Have to Do With University Protesters?, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Feb. 28, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/02/29/what-does-ancient-athens-have-to-do-with-university-protesters
Don’t Cloister the Judges, USA Today, March 8, 2016, http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2016/03/07/supreme-court-justices-antonin-scalia-ruth-bader-ginsburg-editorials-debates/81450694/
The Wages of Crying Wolf, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, March 14, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/03/14/the-wages-of-crying-wolf
Judges Coercing Lawyers to Donate to Charities, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, March 26, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/03/28/judges-coercing-lawyers-to-donate-to-charities
Alcoholics and the Profession of Law, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, April 12, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/04/12/alcoholics-and-the-profession-of-law Reprinted in —
How Hard-Drinking Lawyers Can Get Off the Bottle, Newsweek, April 13, 2016, http://www.newsweek.com/how-hard-drinking-lawyers-can-get-bottle-alcohol-booze-447134?piano_t=1
Chilling Scientific Inquiry, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, April 19, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/04/19/chilling-scientific-inquiry Reprinted in —
Chilling Scientific Inquiry, Heartlander Magazine, April 22, 2016, http://news.heartland.org/editorial/2016/04/22/chilling-scientific-inquiry Reprinted in —
Should Global Warming Deniers Be Prosecuted? Newsweek, April 24, 2016, http://www.newsweek.com/marketplace-ideas-decide-true-false-449874
Why Can’t We Buy Cars the Way We Buy Computers?, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, April 25, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/04/25/why-cant-we-buy-cars-the-way-we-buy-computers
Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde, the Man Who Murdered Kitty Genovese, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, May 9, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/05/09/dr-jekyll-mr-hyde-the-man-who-murdered-kitty-genovese Reprinted in —
What Makes Us Help Others? What Makes Us Selfish?, Newsweek, May 14, 2016, http://www.newsweek.com/what-makes-us-help-others-what-makes-us-selfish-458031?piano_t=1
Prosecutors Coercing Defendants to Contribute to the Prosecutor’s Favorite Charities, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, May 23, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/05/23/prosecutors-coercing-defendants-contribute-prosecutors-favorite-charities
The Fifth Justice, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, June 6, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/06/06/the-fifth-justice Reprinted in —
What if a Democrat Fills Scalia’s Empty Seat?, Newsweek, June 9, 2016, http://www.newsweek.com/what-if-democrat-fills-scalia-empty-court-seat-467496?piano_t=1
Vertical Federalism, the New States’ Rights, and the Wisdom of Crowds, 11 Florida International U. Law Review 307 (2016), http://ecollections.law.fiu.edu/lawreview/vol11/iss2/5/
Increased Controversy over the Future of American Law Institute, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, June 20, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/06/20/increased-controversy-future-american-law-institute
Forcing Lawyers to Perform Pro Bono Services, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, July 18, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/07/18/forcing-lawyers-perform-pro-bono-services
Judges Excoriating Other Judges for Using Terms of Art They Don’t Like: The Comments of Richard Posner, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, August 1, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/08/01/judges-excoriating-judges-using-terms-art-dont-like-comments-richard-posner
Imposing Criminal Punishment by Introducing False Testimony, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, August 15, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/08/15/imposing-criminal-punishment-introducing-false-testimony
The ABA Overrules the First Amendment, Wall Street Journal, August 17, 2016
The ABA Wants Copyright Royalties from Authors Who Publish the Law, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, August 29, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/08/29/aba-wants-copyright-royalties-authors-publish-law
Dangerous Double Standards on Climate Change and Free Speech, Daily Caller, Sept. 2, 2016, http://dailycaller.com/2016/09/02/dangerous-double-standards-on-climate-change-and-free-speech/
Forcing Lawyers to Perform Pro Bono Services, Part II, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, September 12, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/09/12/forcing-lawyers-perform-pro-bono-services-part-ii
What the Last Eight Years of Federal Government Intervention in the National Economy Has Wrought, Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, September 26, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/09/26/last-eight-years-federal-government-intervention-national-economy-wrought
The ABA Decision to Control What Lawyers Say: Supporting “Diversity” But Not Diversity of Thought, The Heritage Foundation, Oct. 6, 2016, http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2016/10/the-aba-decision-to-control-what-lawyers-say-supporting-diversity-but-not-diversity-of-thought
The ABA’s Control Over What Lawyers Say Around the Water Cooler, Harvard Law Record, Oct. 2016, http://hlrecord.org/2016/10/the-abas-control-over-what-lawyers-say-around-the-water-cooler/
Federal Investigations of Possible Corrupt Agreements by State Attorneys General who Threaten Criminal Prosecutions, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, October 10, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/10/10/federal-investigations-possible-corrupt-agreements-state-attorneys-general-threaten-criminal-prosecutions
The ABA’s New Rules Mandating “Diverse” CLE Panels, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, October 24, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/10/24/abas-new-rules-mandating-diverse-cle-panels
When Courts and the Executive Branch Are in Charge of Appropriations, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, November 7, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/11/07/courts-executive-branch-charge-appropriations
Labeling Moderate Muslims As Anti-Muslim Extremists, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, November 21, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/11/21/labeling-moderate-muslims-anti-muslim-extremists
The Electoral College Works Fine, Just as It Is, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, December 5, 2016, https://verdict.justia.com/2016/12/05/electoral-college-works-fine-just
The ‘emoluments’ suit v. Trump is just another political hit job, New York Post, Jan. 28, 2017 (with F.H. Buckley)
Everything, Anything, Is an Emolument, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, January 30, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/01/30/everything-anything-emolument
Ninth Circuit Ignores Precedent In Trump Travel Ban, Daily Caller, Feb. 15, 2017, http://dailycaller.com/2017/02/15/ninth-circuit-court-ignores-precedent-in-trump-travel-ban/
Protecting Top Secret Information, by the Secretary of State and by the Rest of the Government, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Feb. 20, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/02/20/protecting-top-secret-information-secretary-state-rest-government
Visas: The Historical and Legal Precedent, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Feb. 27, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/02/27/visas-historical-legal-precedent
How to Drain the Swamp? Use a Flashlight, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, March 27, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/03/27/drain-swamp-use-flashlight
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Release the Emails That Will Unravel Obama’s Many Mysteries, Newsweek, March 30, 2017, http://www.newsweek.com/release-emails-will-unravel-obama-many-mysteries-574899
An English Teacher Corrects Shakespeare, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, April 10, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/04/10/english-teacher-corrects-shakespeare
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An Ignorant Approach to Shakespeare’s English Stifles Free Thought, Newsweek, April 16, 2017, http://www.newsweek.com/ignorant-approach-shakespeares-english-stifles-free-thought-581920
Responding to the Banned Use of Chemical Weapons: When All Else Fails, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, April 24, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/04/24/responding-banned-use-chemical-weapons-else-fails
George Wallace at Harvard—The Good Old Days of Campus Free Speech, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, May 8, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/05/08/george-wallace-harvard-good-old-days-campus-free-speech
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Free Speech Is Not, Repeat Not a Hate Crime, Newsweek, May 14, 20917, http://www.newsweek.com/free-speech-not-repeat-not-hate-crime-606754
Lowering Marginal Rates to Improve the Economy, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, May 22, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/05/22/lowering-marginal-tax-rates-improve-economy
Beveridge’s Life of Marshall and its Relevance Today, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, June 19, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/06/19/beveridges-life-marshall-relevance-today
Can Lawyers, Politicians, and Lawgivers Go to Heaven?, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, July 17, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/07/17/can-lawyers-politicians-lawgivers-go-heaven
The President Can Be Indicted — Just Not by Mueller, Washington Post, July 28, 2017, https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-president-can-be-indicted–just-not-by-mueller/2017/07/27/a597b922-721d-11e7-8f39-eeb7d3a2d304_story.html?utm_term=.2b5a6f41e628
Indicting the President: President Clinton’s Justice Department Says No, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, August 14, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/08/14/indicting-president-president-clintons-justice-department-says-no
Can Robots Practice Law?, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Sept. 11, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/09/11/can-robots-practice-law
The Fall of Seriatim Opinions and the Rise of the Supreme Court, Verdict: Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia, Oct. 9, 2017, https://verdict.justia.com/2017/10/09/fall-seriatim-opinions-rise-supreme-court