- Measuring the Next 30 Years
- The Eighteenth Birthday of the Convention of Rights of the Child: Achievements and Challenges
- The Multiethnic Placement Act: Threat to Foster Child Safety and Well-being?
- Child Well-Being: A Beneficial Advocacy Framework for Improving the Child Welfare System?
- Advancing the Future of Family Violence Law Pedagogy: The Founding of a Law School Clinic
- Troubled Children and Children in Trouble: Redefining the Role of the Juvenile Court in the Lives of Children
- Neither Dyad Nor Triad: Children's Relationship Interests Within Kinship Caregiving Families
- Kidsvoice: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Child Advocacy
- Why Children Still Need a Lawyer
- Reflections on the Future of Child Advocacy
- "I'll Try Anything Once": Using the Conceptual Framework of Children's Human Rights Norms in the United States
- Looking Ahead: The Future of Child Welfare Law
- Juvenile Justice: The Nathaniel Abraham Murder Case
- Looking Ahead: A Personal Vision of the Future of Child Welfare Law
- Interrogation of Detainees: Extending a Hand or a Boot?
- Long Live the Lie Bill!
- Frank Allen: An Appreciation
- Where Equity Meets Expertise: Re-Thinking Appellate Review in Complex Litigation
- Addressing Segregation in the Brown Collar Workplace: Toward a Solution for the Inexorable 100%
- Systemic Compliance Complaints: Making IDEA's Enforcement Provisions a Reality
- Truth and Innocence Procedures to Free Innocent Persons: Beyond the Adversarial System
- Subordination and the Fortuity of Our Circumstances
- The Terrorism Exception to Asylum: Managing the Uncertainty in Status Determination
- Money as Property: The Effects of Doctrinal Misallocation on Campaign Finance Reform
- The Failing Company Defense After the Commentary: Let it Go
- Arbitration Costs and Forum Accessibility: Empirical Evidence
- How Bad Are Mandatory Arbitration Terms?
- From Court-Surrogate to Regulatory Tool: Re-Framing the Empirical Study of Employment Arbitration
- Arbitration's Summer Soldiers: An Empirical Study of Arbitration Clauses in Consumer and Nonconsumer Contracts