Constitutional Rights and Remedies Publications

New in Print from Constitutional Rights & Remedies Faculty

Alan Chen contrasts the relative ease getting a constitutional claim into federal court with the many barriers, erected by the Supreme Court, likely to defeat the claim as it is litigated. In other remedial areas, the Court creates alternative routes of Constitutional enforcement that alleviate the severity of cutting off access to the courts. But in lawsuits against state and local officials for damages resulting from their violation of the Constitution, the Court has erected barriers without providing these types of alternatives, thus undermining an important aspect of the architecture for the enforcement of Constitutional rights. Rosy Pictures and Renegade Officials: The Slow Death of Monroe v. Pape, 78 UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT KANSAS CITY LAW REVIEW889 (2010).

Justin Marceau presents a way to recast the bitter and contentious debate about limitations the Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 places on habeas corpus relief sought in state courts: Where arguments arise over whether state proceedings fail to provide adequate protections for defendants under the AEDPA, the better guide for federal courts to follow is the writ itself. See Don’t Forget Due Process: The Path (Not) Yet Taken in § 2254 Habeas Corpus Adjudications, 62 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL, 1 (2010).

Rebecca Aviel proposes a way to correct the imbalance created in the wake of the Supreme Court decision, DeShaney v Winnebago County. DeShaney denied a constitutional remedy for harm done to a child following the failure of a social worker to remove the child from a dangerous home. Professor Aviel points out that, paradoxically, a social worker committing the opposite error—wrongfully removing a child from his or her home when danger does not in fact exist—potentially faces constitutional tort liability. Her solution is for federal courts to include social workers in the narrow group of officials who are entitled to absolute immunity for certain kinds of conduct. Restoring Equipoise to Child Welfare, 62 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL 401 (2010).

Justin Marceau argues that current doctrines applying plurality opinions in Eighth Amendment cases fail to supply reliable and regular standards for these death penalty adjudications. Professor Marceau offers a two-tier inquiry for discerning the proper method to resolve the ambiguity currently dominating this area of law. See Lifting the Haze of Baze: Lethal Injection, the Eighth Amendment, and Plurality Opinions, 41 ARIZONA STATE LAW REVIEW, 1259 (2009).

Justin Marceau is co-author of the recently published FEDERAL HABEAS CORPUS: CASES AND MATERIALS, 2d. ed. a treatment of the topic both comprehensive and current. The casebook traces the origin and history of habeas corpus up through thorny and contentious issues arising under AEDPA and from the Guantanamo cases. (From Carolina Academic Press, 2011.)

Sam Kamin is co-author of INVESTIGATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH (2011), an entry in West-Thompson’s Interactive Casebook Series. It traces the development of pretrial rights guaranteed by the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments.

Against the statistical backdrop showing that minorities are overrepresented in the criminal justice system, Robin Walker Sterling urges criminal defense attorneys to employ concrete tactics and strategies in their cases to “get race discrimination and bias issues before the court and on the record.” Disproportionate minority contact (DMC), she writes, results from day-to-day practices relied on at every stage of the criminal justice system—from discretion exercised by police on the street, to narrowed legal definitions of what constitutes racism and discrimination, to prosecutorial practices disadvantaging minority defendants, and so on. Her prescriptive suggestions, she argues, would shine the light of day on these systemic causes of DMC and make them an express part of discourse, inside and outside the courtroom, about the directions the criminal justice system has taken. See “Raising Race,” in the April 2011 edition of THE CHAMPION, a publication of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. www.NACDL.org

Alan Chen

William M. Beaney Memorial Research Chair and Professor

Rebecca Aviel

Assistant Professor

  • A Just West (Blog), High Country News, http://www.hcn.org/greenjustice/blog (ongoing).
  • Certiorari Grants in 2254 Cases, An Empirical Study , (in progress).
  • Free Speech and Instrumental Music, 66 Hastings L.J. ___ (forthcoming 2015).
  • Hornbook on Natural Resources Law (forthcoming) West Academic (2015).
  • Securities Exchange Disclosure Regulation and Its Impact on Human Rights with an Emphasis on Dodd‐Frank Section 1502, Journal of Human Rights (forthcoming 2015).
  • Contemporary Trusts and Estates - An Experiential Approach, co-authored with Gary, S., Cahn, N., Monopoli, P., New York, NY: Aspen Casebook Series, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (2nd Ed., 2014).
  • Analyzing Carnegie's Reach: The Contingent Nature of Innovation, co-authored with Stephen Daniels and William M. Sullivan, 63 Journal of Legal Education 585 (2014).
  • Principles of Natural Resources Law, West Academic (with Zellmer) (2014).
  • The Infringement Continuum, 35 Cardozo Law Review 1359 (2014).
  • The Lock-In Effect of Preliminary Injunctions, 66 FLA. L. REV. __ (2014, forthcoming).
  • Just Punch My Bankruptcy Ticket: A Qualitative Study of Mandatory Debtor Financial Education, 97 Marquette Law Review 391 (2014).
  • The Copyright/Patent Boundary, 48 U. Rich. L. Rev. __ (2014).
  • Can We Trust Trustees?: Proposals for Reducing Wrongful Foreclosures, 63 CATH. U. L. REV.___ (forthcoming 2014).
  • A New Formalism for Family Law, 55 William and Mary L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2014).
  • CrImmigration Law (American Bar Association Publishing forthcoming 2014).
  • Immigration Detention As Punishment, 61 UCLA Law Review -- (forthcoming 2014).
  • Ill-Structured Simulations in Two American Law School Classes: Labor Law and Administrative Law, chapter in Simulation and the Learning of the Law (Ashgate Publishing) (forthcoming 2014).
  • Unconstrained Deference, Chenery, and FOIA, 73 Maryland Law Review --- (forthcoming 2014).
  • Fees, Expenditures, and the Takings Clause, 40 Ecology Law Quarterly _ (forthcoming 2014).
  • Student, Esquire?: The Practice of Law in the Collaborative Classroom, Clinical Law Review (2014).
  • Scheduling Shortfalls: Hours Parity as the New Pay Equity, co-authored with Nancy Reichman, Villanova Law Review, Vol. 59, No. 1 (2014).
  • Is Guilt Dispositive? Federal Habeas after Martinez, William & Mary Law Review (forthcoming 2014).
  • Solar Skyspace B, 14 Minn. J. L. Sci. & Tech. (forthcoming 2014).
  • Bankruptcy Stigma: A Socio-Legal Study, 87 American Bankruptcy Law Journal 435 (2014) (peer reviewed).
  • Drowning in Disclosure: The Over-Burdening of the SEC, Virginia Law & Business Review (forthcoming spring 2014).
  • Rendition Resistance, 92 N.C. L. REV. 101 (forthcoming).
  • Getting Your Hands Dirty: New School Legal Education, 36 The Docket, Issue 1 (January 2014).
  • Administrative Issues and Incentives in Curricular Change, co-authored with Kenneth Margolis, chapter in Beyond Best Practices (Lexis) (forthcoming September 2014).
  • Contemporary Trusts and Estates - An Experiential Approach, 58 Saint Louis University Law Journal 727 (2014).
  • Applying Jus in Bello Proportionality to Drone Warfare, 16 University of Oregon Review of International Law (2014).
  • The Problem of Amenity Migrants in North America and Europe, 45 The Urban Lawyer (2014).
  • Zombie Subdivisions in America and Ghost Developments in Europe: Lessons for Local Governments, co-authored with Rachel Martin, Denver Law Review Online (April 2014).
  • The Law of Transnational Business Transactions co-authored with Ralph Lake), (Thomson Reuters) (spring 2014).
  • Litigation of International Disputes in U.S. Courts co-authored with David Pansius, (Thomson Reuters) (spring 2014).
  • Limitations on Government Debt and Deficits in the United States, American Journal of Comparative Law (spring 2014).
  • Human Right Must be at the Core of Post-2015 International Development Agenda, 75 Mont. L. Rev. (April 2014).
  • Privacy Law in a Nutshell, co-authored with Stephen D. Rynerson and Erica Kitaev, 2nd edition (Thomson/West Publishing) (March 2014).
  • Rural Wind Windfalls, Kan. J. L. & Public Pol’y (forthcoming 2014).
  • Sins of the Father, , 1 Tex. A&M Real Prop L. J. 301 (2014).
  • Observations on History, Law, and the Rise of the New Jim Crow in State-Level Immigration Law and Policy for Latinos, 66 of the American Quarterly 153 (March 2014).
  • The Continuing Problem of Federal Marijuana Prohibition, 99 Iowa Law Bulletin (2014).
  • Cooperative Federalism and State Marijuana Regulation, UCLA Law Review (forthcoming 2014).
  • OTK Associates, LLC v. Friedman: Delaware Chancery Opinion Raises Host of Issues, Law360, a LexisNexus publication (March 14, 2014).
  • Colorado Evidence Treatise (2008) Vol. 23 Colorado Practice Series (Thomson/West), with Pocket Supplements to 2013-14. (2014).
  • Colorado Civil Rules Annotated, with Author's Commentary. Fourth Edition; Volumes 4 & 5 Colorado Practice Series (with Stephen Hess), with Pocket Supplements to 2013-14. (2014).
  • Colorado Handbook on Evidence, Vol. 22 Colorado Practice Series (with Stephen Hess)(West 2013-14 ed.). (2014).
  • The Proxy Plumbing Release Revisited and the Need for Version 2.0, 91 Denv. U. L. Rev. Online (2014).
  • Conflict of Laws Annual Survey of Colorado Law 2014, Colorado Bar Association) (2014).
  • Breastfeeding on a Nickel and a Dime: Why the Affordable Care Act Won’T Help Low-Wage Mothers, co-authored with jaime siebrase, Michigan Journal of Race & Law, Forthcoming.
  • Selected Columns from The Scrivener: Modern Legal Writing, (2014).
  • Invisible Spaces and Invisible Lives In Immigration Detention, 57 Howard Law Journal 869 (2014).
  • Erasing Boundaries: Inter‐School Collaboration and Its Pedagogical Opportunities, co-authored with Ian Gallacher, Amy Stein and Robin Boyle, newsletter of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research (June 24, 2014). (2014 ).
  • Street Art: An Analysis Under U.S. Intellectual Property Law and Intellectual Property's 'Negative Space' Theory. , DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law, Vol. XXIV, No. 259, 2014 (lead article).
  • Litigating Immigration Detainer Issues, chapter in Immigration Law for the Colorado Practitioner, Colorado Bar Association (February 1, 2013).
  • ADJUDICATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (co-author) West, expected Fall (2013).
  • Racial Capitalism, 126 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 2151 (2013).
  • Rights Lawyer Essentialism: Reflections on Richard Thompson Ford’s Rights Gone Wrong, 111 Mich. L. Rev. 903 (2013).
  • Winking at the Jury: 'Implicit Vouching' versus the Limits on Opinions About Credibility, co-authored with Jennifer Middleton, Arizona Law Review, forthcoming 2013.
  • The Procedural Due Process Rights of the Stigmatized Prisoner, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law (2013).
  • Fundamental Unfairness: In re Gault and the Road Not Taken, 72 Maryland Law Review (April 2013).
  • Plurality Decisions: Acoustic Separation & Upward Flowing Precedent, 45 Conn. L. Rev. 933 (2013).
  • Vicarious Aggravators, co-authored with S. Kamin, 65 Fla. L. Rev. 769 (2013).
  • Law of Property Rights Protection: Limitations on Governmental Powers, Aspen Publishers (2013).
  • Gideon's Law Protective Function, 122 YALE LAW JOURNAL 2460 (2013) (symposium contribution).
  • Consent Forms and Consent Formalism, 2013 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 751 (2013) (with Kira Suyeishi).
  • Gideon’s Shadow , 122 Yale L. J. 2482 (2013).
  • Many are Eligible Few are Chosen: An Empirical Study of Colorado’s Death Penalty, co-authored with S. Kamin & W. Foglia, 84 Col. L. Rev. 1069 (2013).
  • Deconstructing Disaster, 2013 Brigham Young University Law Review 213 (2013).
  • Finding the Point of Novelty in Software Patents, 28 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1218 (2013).
  • Federal Immigration Detainers After Arizona v. United States, 46 Loyola L.A. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming, 2013).
  • PUBLIC INTEREST LAWYERING: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE, co-authored with Scott L. Cummings, (2013).
  • Vicarious Liability for Capital Aggravating Factors: A Bridge too Far, co-authored with Justin Marceau, 65 Fla. L. Rev. 769 (2013).
  • Medical Marijuana Lawyers: Outlaws or Crusaders?, co-authored with Eli Wald, 91 Oregon Law Review 3 (2013).
  • Colorado Capital Punishment: An Empirical Study, co-authored with Justin Marceau and Wanda Foglia, 84 Col. L. Rev. 1069 (2013).
  • Facilitating Better Law Teaching – Now, 62 Emory Law Journal 823 (2013).
  • Why Civil Gideon Won’t Fix Family Law, 122 YALE L.J. 2106 (2013).
  • The Cost of Colorado's Death Penalty, co-authored with Hollis A. Whitson , (2013).
  • Essay: Law Faculty Blogs and Disruptive Innovation, 2 Journal of Law (1. J. Legal Metrics) 525 (2013).
  • Killing Them Softly: Neuroscience Reveals How Brain Cells Die from Law School Stress and How Neural Self-Hacking Can Optimize Cognitive Performance, 59 LOY. L. REV. 791 (2013).
  • Disclosure of Payments Under the U.S. Dodd-Frank Act: The ‘Resource Extraction Rule, J. of Energy & Natural Resources Law, Vol. 31, Issue 1 (February 2013).
  • Standing and Environmental Harm: The Double Paradox, 31 Virginia Envtl. L. Rev. 55 (2013).
  • Cases and Materials on Natural Resources Law 2d Edition (Thompson West 2012) (with Zellmer and Wood) and Teachers Manual (West, 2013).
  • Improving Rights, 99 VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW ____ (forthcoming 2013).
  • So You Want to Have a Second Child? Second Child Bias and the Justification Suppression Model of Prejudice in Family Responsibilities Discrimination, 61 BUFFALO LAW REVIEW 909 (2013).
  • Defenses of Hospital Mergers in Concentrated Markets, co-authored with Jeffrey H. Perry, Antitrust, Vol. 27, No. 2, Spring 2013.
  • Race and Income Disparity: An Ideology-Neutral Approach to Reconciling Capitalism and Economic Justice,”, 3 Colum. J. Race & L. (January 2013).
  • Pitfalls for Pot Lawyers, co-authored with Sam Kamin, The National Law Journal (2013).
  • Marijuana Lawyers: Outlaws or Crusaders?, co-authored with Sam Kamin, 91 Or. L. Rev. 869 (2013).
  • Taking Voluntariness Seriously, co-authored with Ian Farrell, 54 Boston College L. Rev.1545 (2013).
  • Bridging Troubled Waters: Linking Corporate Efficiency and Political Legitimacy Through a Discourse Theory of the Firm, 75 Ohio State Law Journal ___ (forthcoming 2013).
  • Mainstreaming Employment Contract Law: The Common Law Case for Reasonable Notice of Termination, Florida Law Review, forthcoming.
  • Lawering for Groups: The Case of American Indian Tribal Attorneys, co-authored with Kristen A. Carpenter, 81 Fordham L. Rev. 3085 (2013).
  • The Future Under International Law of the Responsibility to Protect After Libya and Syria, Mich. St. Int’l. L. Rev. (2013).
  • Workplace Privacy in Social Media in Emerging Technologies in the Employment Context, in 2013 EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE 8.01 (Henry H. Perritt Jr. ed., 2013) (with Timothy Grochocinsky).
  • Unprotected Class: Five Decisions, Five Justices, and Wholesale Changes to Class Action Law, 13 WYO. L. REV. ___ (forthcoming 2013) (requested).
  • Mis-Concepcion: Why Cognitive Science Proves the Emperors Have No Robes, 79 BROOK. L. REV. ___ (forthcoming 2013).
  • Introduction: The JOBS Act, Denver University Law Review Online (April 2013).
  • Using Student Evaluation Data to Examine and Improve Your Program, 21 Perspectives 115 (spring 2013).
  • Seeking Integrity: Learning Integratively from Classroom Controversy , co-authored with Patti Alleva, 42 Southwestern Law Review 355 (2012 - 2013).
  • Requiring the State to Justify Supermax Confinement for Mentally III Prisoners: A Disability Discrimination Approach, co-authored with Brittany Glidden, 90 Denver L. Rev. 55 (2013).
  • Deferring to Secrecy, 54 Boston College Law Review 185 (2013).
  • Creating CrImmigration, 2013 Brigham Young University Law Review -- (forthcoming 2013).
  • Book Review: Social Control and Justice: Crimmigration in the Age of Fear, 60 Crime, Law, and Social Change 457 (2013).
  • Strickland-Lite: Padilla's Two-Tiered Duty for Noncitizens, 72 Maryland Law Review 844 (2013).
  • Skills & Values: Lawyering Process—Legal Writing and Advocacy, LexisNexis/Matthew Bender (June 20, 2013).
  • Federal Income Taxation of Medical Marijuana Businesses, 66 Tax Lawyer 429 (2013).
  • Buyer’s Remorse? An Empirical Assessment of the Desirability of a Lawyer Career, co-authored with Ronit Dinovitzer & Bryant Garth, Journal of Legal Education, forthcoming.
  • Contemporary Issues in Wills, Trusts & Estates, Vandeplas Publishing (2013).
  • A Case Study In Patent Litigation Transparency, Journal of Dispute Resolution (forthcoming 2014)(invited symposium contribution co-authored with Derigan Silver).
  • The Tribal Wills Project at DU Law, 42 The Colorado Lawyer 29 (July 2013).
  • Experiential, Modern Learning and Community Service at their Best, 90 Denver University Law Review Online, 167 (2013).
  • Administrative Law: A Casebook , co-authored with Roberto Corrada and Bernard Schwartz, 8th edition, Wolters Kluwer (forthcoming December 2013).
  • Formative Assessment in Doctrinal Law Classes: Rethinking Grade Appeals, 63 Journal of Legal Education, Issue 2 (forthcoming November 2013).
  • Administrative Law: A Casebook , co-authored with with Jay Brown and Bernard Schwartz, 8th edition, Wolters Kluwer (forthcoming December 2013).
  • Labor Law in the Contemporary Workplace , co-authored with Kenneth Dau-Schmidt, Martin Malin, Christopher Cameron and Catherine Fisk, 2nd edition, West Publishers (forthcoming December 2013).
  • Stabilizing Low-Wage Work: Legal Remedies for Unpredictable Work Hours and Income Instability, co-authored with Charlotte Alexander and Anna Haley-Lock , (2013).
  • How I Rode the Bus to Become a Professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law; Reflections on Keyes's Legacy for the Metropolitan, Post-Racial, and Multiracial Twenty-First Century, 90 Denver University Law Review 1023 (2013).
  • Intersecting Experiential Education and Social Justice Teaching, 6 Northeastern University Law Journal 111 (2013) (symposium contribution).
  • Same Law, Different Day: The Last Thirty Years of Wage Litigation and Its Impact on Low-Wage Workers, 31 Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal (2013).
  • 'Sexting’ and Surveillance: How Smartphones Change Workplace Harassment, 90 Denver University Law Review Online, Issue 7 (2013).
  • What’s Left to Remedy Wage Theft? How Arbitration Mandates that Bar Class Actions Impact Low-Wage Workers, 2012 Michigan State Law Review 1103 (2013).
  • Teaching Professional Identity in Law School, 42 The Colorado Lawyer, Issue 10 (October 2013).
  • Teacher’s Manual for Cases and Materials on Natural Resources Law co-authored with Sandi B. Zellmer, Mary C. Wood, (Thompson West) (2013).
  • Rules of Law for Nature’s Use and Nonuse, chapter in Rules of Law for Nature: New Dimensions and Ideas in Environmental Law, Christina Voigt, ed. (Cambridge University Press) (2013).
  • The Clean Water Act and the Challenge of Agricultural Pollution, 37 Vermont Law Review 1033 (2013).
  • Cyanide, Mining and the Environment, 30 Pace Environmental Law Review 869 (2013).
  • E-Legislating, 92 Oregon L. Rev. (lead article) (2013).
  • Converting Natural Resources into Electricity, co-authored with Robin Newmark, ROCKY MTN. MIN. L. FOUNDATION SPECIAL INSTITUTE ON RENEWABLE ELECTRIC ENERGY LAW, DEVELOPMENT, AND INVESTMENT Paper No. 2 Mineral Law Series Vol. 2013, No. 5.
  • Managing the Dark Side of Trees, , co-authored with Dan Staley, SOLAR TODAY 28 (July/ August 2013).
  • Good-bye Christopher Columbus Langdell?, , 43 Envt’l. L. Rep. 10475 (issue No. 6, June 2013).
  • Data Collection, the SEC, and Regulation D: A Comment on Securities Act Release No. 9416, comment letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission (October 28, 2013).
  • Financial Institutions, the Market, and the Continuing Problem of Executive Compensation, Financial Institutions, the Market, and the Continuing Problem of Executive Compensation, Americans for Financial Reform and the Roosevelt Institute, Nov. 12, 2013.
  • Uncertainty and Markets for Endangered Species under CITES, 23(3) Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law 239 (2013).
  • Panel Discussion I: Understanding Immigration—Satisfying Padilla’s New Definition of Competence in Legal Representation, co-authored with Yolanda Vázquez and Jennifer Chacón, published symposium comments in 9 Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy (2013).
  • Preempting Immigration Detainer Enforcement Under Arizona v. United States, 3 WAKE FOREST J. L. & POL’Y 281 (2013) (invited).
  • Investigative Criminal Procedure: A Contemporary Approach, co-authored with Ricardo Bascuas, chapter in Investigative Criminal Procedure: A Contemporary Approach, 2nd edition (Thomson/West Publishing) (2013).
  • Lessons Learned from the Governor’s Task Force to Implement Amendment 64, 91 Oregon Law Review (2013).
  • Siegel’s Criminal Law Essay and Multiple Choice Questions and Answers, 5th edition (Wolters Kluwer (2013).
  • The Work of the Task Force to Implement Amendment 64, 90 Denver University Law Review Online (2013).
  • Taking Voluntariness Seriously, co-authored with Justin Marceau, 45 B.C. L. Rev. 1545 (2013).
  • Strict Scrutiny Under the Eighth Amendment, 40 FL. St. U. L. Rev. 783 (2013).
  • Abandoning Objective Indicia, 122 Yale L. J. Online 303 (2013).
  • Wigmore on Evidence Supplement (Wolters Kluwer, 1995 to present) (currently three editions each year) (2012).
  • Cases and Materials on Natural Resources Law 3d Edition, Thompson West (2012).
  • Making Rights, 91 BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 405 (2012).
  • The 'Plus One' Clinic: Adding (Political) Value to the Clinical Experience by Representing Landlords Alongside Tenants, 18 Clinical L. Rev. 245 (2012).
  • The Boundary Claim’s Caveat: Lawyers and Confidentiality Exceptionalism, 86 TUL. L. REV. 1055 (2012).
  • When Staying Discovery Stays Justice: Analyzing Motions to Stay Discovery When a Motion to Dismiss is Pending, 47 Wake Forest Law Review 71 (2012).
  • Reconciling Foreign and Domestic Infringement, 80 UMKC Law Review 607 (invited symposium contribution) (2012).
  • The Open Road and the Traffic Stop, 64 FLORIDA LAW REVIEW 305 (2012).
  • Civilizing Batson, 97 IOWA LAW REVIEW 1561 (symposium contribution) (2012).
  • 2012 Update for Employment Discrimination Law: Cases and Materials on Equality in the Workplace, co-authored with Dianne Avery, Maria Ontiveros, Michael Selmi and Melissa Hart, American Casebook Series, Thomson West (August 2012).
  • 2012 Update for Labor Law in the Contemporary Workplace, co-authored with enneth Dau-Schmidt, Martin Malin, Christopher Cameron-Ruiz and Catherine Fisk, Thomson West (August 2012).
  • A Casus Omissus in Preventing Bankruptcy Fraud: Ordering a Search of a Debtor’s Home, 73 Ohio State Law Journal 93 (2012).
  • Remedying Pretrial Ineffective Assistance, Tex. Tech. L. Rev. (2012).
  • Challenging the Habeas Process Rather than the Result , 69 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 85 (2012).
  • Embracing a New Era of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, 14 U. Penn. J. Const. L 1161 (2012).
  • The Freezing of the Fourth Amendment, SEARCH & SEIZURE LAW REPORT (2012).
  • Conflict Minerals and SEC Disclosure Regulation, Harvard Business Review (online) (January 2012).
  • Disclosure to Clients of the Use of Temporary Lawyers and Outsourcing, 41(4) Col. Law. 35 (2012).
  • Be-aware of the Dark Side of Trees (2012).
  • Essay: The Politicization of Corporate Governance: Bureaucratic Discretion, the SEC, and Shareholder Ratification of Auditors , to be published by the Harvard Business Law Review (2012).
  • Corporate Governance: Cases and Materials, book chapter, Lexis-Nexis (2012).
  • The Lawyer Knows More Than the Law, 90 Texas Law Review 691 (2012).
  • Justice Scalia, Male Intimate Violence and the Constitution: Regressive Jurisprudence?, 5(1) Washington University Law School Jurisprudence Review (2012).
  • Miranda, Morality and Court-Created Caveats: A Reply to Malvina Halberstam, 2 Denver Criminal Law Review (2012).
  • Jurisdictional Procedure, 54 William and Mary Law Review 1 (2012).
  • The Invisibility of Jurisdictional Procedure and Its Consequences, 64 Florida Law Review 1405 (2012).
  • Medical Marijuana in Colorado and the Future of Marijuana Regulation in the United States, 43 McGeorge Law Review 147 (2012).
  • Equal Protection for Children of Same-Sex Parents, Washington University Law Review, forthcoming 2012.
  • Moderating Mayo, 107 Northwestern University Law Review 423 (2012) (colloquy essay).
  • Making Non-Competes Unenforceable , 54 Ariz. L. Rev. 939 (2012).
  • In-House Myths, 2012 Wis. L. Rev. 407.
  • The Current Status of Cyanide Regulations, 34 Engineering and Mining Journal (February 2012).
  • The Illegality of Fully Autonomous Lethal Drones, book chapter in The Law of Armed Conflict and the Changing Technology of War, forthcoming 2012.
  • The Second-Class Class Action: How Courts Thwart Wage Rights by Misapplying Class Action Rules, co-authored with Scott Moss, 61 American University Law Review 523 (2012).
  • Foreword to Social Class, Race and Legal Education, co-authored with Joyce Sterling, 88 Denv. U. L. Rev. (2012).
  • Foreword to Social Class, Race and Legal Education, co-authored with Catherine Smith, 88 Denv. U. L. Rev. (2012).
  • Is Marriage for Rich People? A Book Review of Ralph Richard Banks’ IS MARRIAGE FOR WHITE PEOPLE?, 44 CONNECTICUT LAW REVIEW 1311 (2012).
  • Preferring Order to Justice, co-authored with Jeanne Theoharis, 61 American University Law Review 1331 (2012).
  • “Of Greater Value than the Gold of Our Mountains:” The Right to Education in Colorado’s Nineteenth Century Constitution, 83 U. Colo. L. Rev. 781 (2012)., 83 U. Colo. L. Rev. 781 (2012).
  • Arizona's Ring Cycle, 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 1061 (2012).
  • Colorado's Constitutional Conundrum, 89 Denv. U. L.R. 327 (2012).
  • Objective Indicia and Juvenile Life Without Parole, DENVER U. ONLINE L. REV. (2012) (posted May 6, 2012).
  • The Role of Causation in Takings Claims, 20 William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal 1181 (2012).
  • The Current Status of Cyanide Regulations, 34 Engineering and Mining Journal (2012).
  • Smart Growth: The Large Law Firm in the Twenty-First Century, 80 Fordham L. Rev. 2867 (2012).
  • Energy and the Environment: An International Perspective (chapter) in forthcoming revised edition International Law & Policy for the 21st Century 2nd Ed. (V. Nanda and George “Rock” Pring, editors).
  • The Contribution of Nongovernmental Organizations in Strengthening and Shaping International Human Rights Law: The Successful Drives to Ban Landmines and to Create an International Criminal Court, Willamette Journal of International Law and Dispute Resolution (forthcoming Fall 2012).
  • New Disclosure Requirements Under the Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Act: A Move Towards Greater Transparency, 9 European Company Law 66 (May 2012).
  • Busting a Few Intellectual-Property Myths, Northern Colorado Business Report, September 21, 2012.
  • Necessary Suffering?: Weighing Government and Prisoner Interests in Determining What is Cruel and Unusual, __ Am. Crim. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming Fall 2012).
  • Requiring the State to Justify Supermax Confinement for Mentally Ill Prisoners: A Disability Discrimination Approach, co-authored with Laura Rovner, _Denv. U. L. Rev. _ (Forthcoming Fall 2012).
  • “So Closely Intertwined”: Labor and Racial Solidarity, 81 GEORGE WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW ____ (forthcoming 2013) (with Charlotte Garden).
  • Beyond Cardboard Lawyers in Legal Ethics, co-authored with Pearce G. Russell, 15 Legal Ethics 147 (reviewing W. BRADLEY WENDEL, LAWYERS AND FIDELITY TO LAW (2010) (2012).
  • Looking Beyond Gender: Women’s Experiences at Law School, 48 Tulsa L. Rev. 27 (2012).
  • The Volta Convention: An Effective Tool for Transboundary Water Resource Management in an Era of Impending Climate Change and Devastating Natural Disasters?, 41(2) Denv. J. Int’l L. & Pol’y (2012).
  • In the Language of Pictures: How Copyright Law Fails to Adequately Account for Photography, 115 W. Va. L. Rev. 93 (2012).
  • Medical Marijuana in Colorado and the Future of Marijuana Regulation in the United States, 43 McGeorge Law Review 147 (2012).
  • Recognizing the Right to Petition for Victims of Domestic Violence, 81 Fordham L. Rev. 837 (2012).
  • The Color of Water: Observations of a Brown Buffalo on Water Law and Policy in Ten Stanzas, 15 Denver Water Law Review 329 (2012).
  • From Just Cause to Just Notice in Reforming Employment Termination Law, chapter in Research Handbook on the Economics of Labor and Employment Law, Cynthia Estlund and Michael Wacter, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing (2012).
  • Intervention of Right in Judicial Proceedings to Review Informal Federal Rulemakings, 40 Hofstra L. Rev. 879 (Lead Article) (2012).
  • Home, Home on the Range: Does Canned-Hunting in the U.S. Undermine Conservation of Endangered African Antelope?, co-authored with Amanda Becker, Chelsea Peterson and Jessica Zaegel, ABA Endangered Species Committee Newsletter, Vol. 13, Issue 1 (2012).
  • Equal Protection in Property and Planning, 64 Planning and Environmental:Law Review 4 (2012).
  • The Role of Brownfields as Sites for Mixed-Use Development Projects in America & Britain, Perspectives on International Law in an Era of Change 492 (2012).
  • The Demise of Dynasty Trusts: Returning the Wealth to the Family,, 5 Est. Plan. & Community Prop. L.J. 23 (2012).
  • The New Wigmore: Evidence of Other Misconduct and Similar Events, Supplement, Aspen Publishers (published annually, September 2012).
  • The New Wigmore: Selected Rules of Limited Admissibility, Supplement, Aspen Publishers (published annually, November 2012).
  • Rethinking Lawyer Regulation: How a Relational Approach Would Improve Professional Rules and Roles, co-authored with Russell G. Pearce, 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 513.
  • The Arab Spring, the Responsibility to Protect, and U.S. Foreign Policy – Some Preliminary Thoughts, 41 Denv. J. Int’l L. & Pol’y 7 (2012).
  • Climate Change and Environmental Ethics,, Ved Nanda, ed., Transaction Publishers (2012).
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  • The Perverse Logic of Immigration Detention: Unraveling the Rationality of Imprisoning Immigrants Based on Markers of Race and Class Otherness, 1 Columbia Journal of Race and Law 353 (2012).
  • Minimum Wage Requirements, chapter in Cumulative Supplement to The Fair Labor Standards Act, 2nd edition (BNA Books) (2012).
  • The Right of Nonuse, Oxford University Press (2012).
  • The Regulation of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Waste 2d ed., co-authored with Applegate, Foundation Press 2011.
  • The Social Benefits of Property Rights Protection, Government Interventions and the European Court on Human Rights, Indiana International & Comparative Law Review (2011).
  • The Growing Rule of Nonuse Values in Land Use Planning and Environmental Law, 63 Planning & Environmental Law Review (2011).
  • Duke Lacrosse, Prosecutorial Misconduct, and the Limits of the Civil Justice System, ch. in Institutional Failures: Duke Lacrosse, Universities, the News Media, and the Legal System (Ashgate Press 2011).
  • A Delicate Balancing Act: Satisfying the Fourth Amendment While Protecting the Bankruptcy System From Debtor Fraud, 28 Yale Journal on Regulation 367 (2011).
  • FEDERAL HABEAS CORPUS: CASES AND MATERIALS, 2d. ed. (co-author), Carolina Academic Press (2011).
  • The Death of the Fourteenth Amendment: Castle Rock and its Progeny, 2 Wm.& Mary Jour. Wmn. & Law, 1 (March 2011).
  • Hoisted by their Own Petard: Struve Applies Pretext Analysis to the Court, Finds Justices’ Motives Questionable, http://worklaw.jotwell.com/ (January 21, 2011).
  • Outcomes & Assessment: A Golden Opportunity for LRW Professors, 24 Second Draft 4 (January 1, 2011).
  • Ricci’s Dicta: Signaling A New Standard for Affirmative Action Under Title VII?, forthcoming WAKE FOREST L. REV. 2011.
  • Specialized Environmental Courts & Tribunals: Improved Access to Justice for Those Living in Poverty, co-authored with C. Pring, International Union for the Conservation of Nature/Academy of Environmental Law (IUCN-AEL), POVERTY ALLEVIATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (Edward Elgar Press, forthcoming 2011).
  • The Case for Contribution in Patent Law, 80 University of Cincinnati Law Review 113 (2011) awarded a Samsung/Stanford Patent Prize.
  • The Death of the Fourteenth Amendment, 2 Wash & Lee J. Gender and the Law 57 (2011).
  • Rethinking the Order of Battle in Constitutional Torts: A Reply to John Jeffries (colloquy essay), 105 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 969 (2011).
  • The Persistent Gender Disparity in Student Note Publication, co-authored with Jennifer Mullins, 23 YALE JOURNAL OF LAW AND FEMINISM 385 (2011) (coauthored with Jennifer Mullins).
  • Property Rights, Housing and the American Constitution: The Social Benefits of Property Rights Protection, Government Interventions and the European Court on Human Rights’ Hutten-Czapska Decision, co-authored with Professor Ed Ziegler, Indiana International and Comparative Law Review, Vol. 21, No. 25 (2011).
  • Evaluación de Impacto Ambiental en los Estados Unidos de América de conformidad con la Ley Nacional de Politicas Ambientales de 1969 (Environmental Impact Assessment in the United States Under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969), chapter in LA NATURALEZA JURIDÍCA DE LA EVALUACIÓN DEL IMPACTO AMBIENTAL: ALÁLISIS DE DERECHO COMPARADO, José Juan González Márquez, ed., Instituto Mexicano de Investigaciones en Derecho Ambiental A.C. (2011).
  • Increase in Environmental Courts and Tribunals Prompts New Global Institute, 3 Journal of Court Innovation 11 (April 2011).
  • Keep Negroes Out of Most Classes Where There are a Large Number of Girls: The Unseen Power of the Ku Klux Klan and Standardized Testing at the University of Texas, 1899–1999, Law, Society, and History: Themes in the Legal Sociology and Legal History of Lawrence M. Friedman, Robert W. Gordon and Morton J. Horwitz, eds., Cambridge University Press (2011).
  • Just the Right Amount: Municipal Water Efficiency, Population Growth and Climate Change, University of Denver Water Law Review, with Matthew Brodahl (date of acceptance: March 2011; date of publication: Summer 2011).
  • Federalizing Legal Ethics, Nationalizing Law Practice and the Future of the American Legal Profession in a Global Age, 48 San Diego L. Rev. 489 (2011).
  • New Ways to Teach Drafting and Drafting Ethics, co-authored with Susan Duncan, Lisa Penland, Karen Sneddon and Susan Chesler, Tennessee Journal of Business Law, Vol. 12, No. 187, proceedings from the Conference on Transactional Education: What Next?, Emory Law School’s Center for Transactional Law and Practice, June 4-5, 2010 (May 31, 2011).
  • Non-Compete Agreements in Colorado, 40(6) Colorado Lawyer 63 (2011).
  • Sustainable Urban Development and the Next American Landscape: Some Thoughts on Transportation, Regionalism, and Urban Planning Law Reform in the 21st Century, 43 The Urban Lawyer 91 (2011).
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  • Berle and Social Business: A Consideration, 34 Seattle L. Rev. 1389 (June 2011).
  • Inside Campaigns: Chronicles – and Lessons – from the Trenches, Lynne Rienner Publishers: 2011 (co-edited with James R. Bowers).
  • Hypotheticals, co-authored with James R.Bowers, Congressional Quarterly Press, forthcoming as an e-book for use in classes on constitutional law, civil liberties, and the Supreme Court).
  • A Brief Moment of Opportunity: The Effects of the Economic Downturn on the Delivery of Legal Services to the Poor, co-authored with Joanne Martin, University of Arkansas-Little Rock Law Review (forthcoming).
  • Plaintiffs‟ Lawyers and the Tension between Professional Norms and the Need to Generate Business, co-authored with Joanne Martin, in Leslie Levin and Lynn Mather, eds., Lawyers in Practice: Ethical Decision-Making in Context (University of Chicago Press, forthcoming).
  • Plaintiffs' Lawyers: Dealing with the Possible But Not Certain, co-authored with Joanne Martin, DePaul Law Review (forthcoming).
  • Long-Term Strategy in Local Elections, in Inside Campaigns, James R. Bowers and Stephen Daniels, eds. (Lynne Rienner Publishers: 2011).
  • Not So Confidential: A Call for Restraint in Sealing Court Records, 2011 Patently-O Patent L.J. 6 (July 29, 2011).
  • Seven Principles: Increasing Access to Law School Among Students of Color, 96 Iowa Law Review 1677 (2011).
  • Renewable Energy Reader, Carolina Academic Press (2011).
  • Employment Law: Private Ordering and Its Limitations, New York, NY: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. (2011).
  • When the State Demands Disclosure, 33 CARDOZO L. REV. 675 (2011).
  • How Legal Writing Faculty Can Contribute to Their Law School’s Assessment Plan, Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Section Newsletter, the newsletter of the Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research Section of the AALS (August 19, 2011).
  • Synecdochic Perils and Opportunities for Latina/os in the Academy, 14 Harvard Latino Law Review 257 (2011).
  • A Primer on Diversity, Discrimination and Equality in the Legal Profession or Who is Responsible for Pursuing Diversity and Why, 24 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 1079 (2011).
  • Making Remedies Work for Developing Nations: The Need for Class Actions, in International Law, Convention and Justice, David A. Frenkel, ed., Athens Institute for Education and Research (September 2011).
  • Making Remedies Work for Developing Nations: The Need for Class Actions, 25 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 151 (September 27, 2011).
  • Metro Volunteer Lawyers at 45: The Thursday Night Bar—A Journey Through the Past, CBA CLE Legal Connection (2011).
  • The Obligation of Lawyers to Heal Civic Culture: Confronting the Ordeal of Incivility in the Practice of Law, co-authored with Pearce, Russell G., 34 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 1 (2011).
  • The Fourth Amendment at a Three-Way Stop, 62 Ala. L. Rev. 687 (2011).
  • The Facts About Ring v. Arizona, and the Jury’s Role in Capital Sentencing, co-authored with Sam Kamin, 13 U. Penn. J. Const. L 529 (2011).
  • Strategies and Techniques for Teaching Torts, Wolters Kluwer (2011).
  • The Visibility of Socioeconomic Status and Class-Based Affirmative Action: A Reply to Professor Sander, 88 Denv. U. L. Rev. 861 (2011).
  • Book Review—Fuel Cycle to Nowhere: U.S. Law and Policy on Nuclear Waste Richard Burleson Stewart and Jane Bloom Stewart (Vanderbilt University Press 2011), 30 J. Energy Nat. Resources L __ 2012 (2011).
  • Dodd-Frank, Compensation Ratios, and the Expanding Role of Shareholders in the Governance Process, 2 HARV. BUS. L. REV. ONLINE 91 (2011).
  • Author Meets Reader, Scholar Meets Worker: An Introduction to the Section on Labor Relations and Employment Law 2011 AALS Panel Presentation, 15 Emp. Rts. Emp. Pol. J. 443 (2011).
  • Chasing the Clouds without Getting Drenched: A Call for Fair Practices in Cloud Computing Services, co-authored with Melody Mosley Gates, Maury Nichols, and Ana Guitierrez, 16 Journal of Technology Law and Policy 193 (2011).
  • The Emerging Role of Nonuse Values in Land Use Planning, co-authored with Swan, Land Use and Environmental Law published by American Planning Association. Vol. 63, Issue 3 (2011).
  • Property Rights, Housing, and the American Constitution: The Social Benefits of Property Rights Protection, Government Interventions, and the European Court of Human Rights’ Hutten – Czapska Decision, 21 , co-authored with Ed Ziegler, 21 Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 25 (2011).
  • Public-Private Partnerships in America for an Urban Mix Regeneration Site Development: The Case of the Polluted Gates Rubber Plant in Denver, New Housing Researchers Colloquium: ENHR (2011).
  • The Regulation of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Waste, co-authored with John Applegate, 2nd edition, Foundation Press (2011).
  • The Regulation of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Waste, Instructor’s Manual, co-authored with John Applegate, 2nd edition, Foundation Press (2011).
  • “Takings,” in Environmental Protection of Colorado Real Property, Bradford Publishing (2011).
  • Using Related-Party Like-Kind Exchanges in Real Estate Development and Condominium Conversions, co-authored with Lorie D. Milam, 38 Real Estate Taxation 66 (2011).
  • Experiential Learning in the First-Year Curriculum: The Public Interest Partnership, 8 Legal Comm. & Rhetoric: JALWD 191 (2011).
  • The Rights of the Child, 88 Denv. U. L. Rev. Online (2011).
  • Raising Race, The Champion, www.nacdl.org, April 2011.
  • The Social Reconstruction of Race & Ethnicity of the Nation’S Law Students: a Request to the ABA, AALS and LSAC for Changes in Reporting Requirements, co-authored with Kevin D. Brown, 2011 Mich. St. L. Rev.1133.
  • Transactional Community Lawyering: Introducing Denver Law’s New Community Economic Development Clinic , DULR Online: The Online Supplement to the Denver University Law Review (2011).
  • What’s Pull Through Doing in My Relevant Product Market? Proper (and Improper) Product Market Definition in FTC v. LabCorp, co-authored with Jonathan Klarfeld, (2011).
  • On the Value of Jurisprudence, 90 Tex. L. Rev. 187 (2011).
  • Provocation Manslaughter as Partial Excuse and Partial Justification, co-authored with Mitchell N. Berman, 52 WM & MARY L. J. 1027 (2011).
  • The Law of Hazardous Waste and Toxic Substances, Foundation Press (2011).
  • The Growing Acceptance of Nonuse Values in Land Use Planning, Planning and Environmental Law Review, American Planning Association (2011).
  • Breaking The Grip Of The Administrative Triad: Agency Policymaking Under A Necessity-Based Doctrine, 86 Tulane L. Rev. 273 (Lead Article) (2011).
  • The Miraculous Dawn of the European Union, 60 Years Ago Today, Forbes.com, April 18, 2011.
  • Clarifying the Law Relating to Unmanned Drones and the Use of Force: The Relationships Between Human Rights, Self-Defense, Armed Conflict, and International Humanitarian Law, 39 Denv. J. Int’l L. & Pol'y 661 (2011).
  • The Facts about Ring v. Arizona and the Jury’s Role in Capital Sentencing, co-authored with Justin Marceau, 13 Journal of Constituional Law 529 (2011).
  • Making Good Lawyers, co-authored with Russell G. Pearce, 9 U. St. Thomas L. J. 403 (2011).
  • Environmental Regulation of Colorado Real Property (co-author, Bradford Press, (2011).
  • Due Process and Immigrant Detainee Prison Transfers: Moving LPRs to Isolated Prisons Violates Their Right to Counsel, 21 Berkeley La Raza Law Journal 17 (2011).
  • When State Courts Meet Padilla: A Concerted Effort is Needed to Bring State Courts Up to Speed on Crime-Based Immigration Law Provisions, 12 Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law 299 (2011).
  • The Freedom of Information Act Trial, 61 American University Law Review 217 (2011).
  • Lying to Sylvia Crawford, Denver University Law Review Online (2011).
  • The Global Politics of Food: A Critical Overview, co-authored with Beth Lyon, 43 University of Miami Inter-American Law Review 1 (2011).
  • Basic Tort Law: Cases, Statutes, and Problems co-authored with David W. Barnes, (Aspen Publishers, 2003; second edition, 2007, third edition, 2010).
  • Administrative Law: A Casebook co-authored with Bernard Schwartz & Jay Brown, (7th ed. 2010, Aspen Law & Business).
  • Gross Disunity, 114 Penn. St. L. Rev. 857 (2010).
  • How to do the Right Thing: A Short Primer on Ethics and Moral Vision,” in Good Business: Exercising Effective and Ethical Leadership, Donald Mayer, James O’Toole, eds. (Routledge, 2010).
  • Review of Split Estates, Movie Review (2010).
  • Commercial Solar Power interests and PSCO’s “Solar Power Penalty”, (2010).
  • Domestic Violence Prosecutions: A Book Review, The International Criminal Law Journal (2010).
  • Private Relationships and Public Problems: Applying Principles of Relational Contract Theory to Domestic Violence, 2010 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 101.
  • Glass-ceilings and Dead Ends: Professional Ideologies, Gender Stereotypes and the Future of Women Lawyers at Large Law Firms, 78 Fordham L. Rev. 2245 (2010).
  • The Great Recession and the Legal Profession, 78 Fordham L. Rev. 2051 (2010).
  • Just Notice: Re-Reforming Employment at Will, 58 UCLA L. Rev. 2010.
  • Incenting Flexibility: The Relationship Between Public Law and Voluntary Action in Enhancing Work/Family Balance, 42 Conn. L. Rev. 1081 (2010).
  • The Law of Property Rights Protection (Aspen Law and Business 2010).
  • Integrating Morality and Law in Legal Practice: A Reply to Professor Simon, 23 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1011, (2010).
  • Letter to Editor - Trees vs. air pollution, Denver Post, October 29, 2010, at 10B.
  • Skills & Values: Discovery Practice (LexisNexis/Matthew Bender, October 2010).
  • Environmental Deliberative Democracy and the Search for Administrative Legitimacy: A Legal Positivism Approach, University of Michigan J. of Law Reform, March 2010.
  • Colorado Citations, 34 Colo. Law. 121 (Sept. 2005), reprinted in ROBERT MICHAEL LINZ, COLORADO LEGAL RESEARCH, part of Carolina Academic Press’s state Legal Research Series texts (2010).
  • Strides against poverty, Denver Post, September 25 (2010).
  • Foreword in Stakeholder Perspective of Petroleum Development in Nigeri, Book by Edward T. Bristol-Alagbariya, a Chief of the Bonney Tribe in the Nigerian Delta. (2010).
  • The Principle of Consumer Utility: A Contemporary Theory of the Bankruptcy Discharge, 58 University of Kansas Law Review 101 (2010).
  • Should Judges Regulate Lawyers?, 42 McGeorge L. Rev. 2010 (2010).
  • Employment Discrimination Law: Cases And Materials On Equality In The Workplace co-authored with Dianne Avery, Maria Ontiveros, Michael Selmi & Melissa Hart, (8th edition, Thomson-Reuters, 2010).
  • Breaking Aro’s Commandment: Recognizing That Inventions Have Heart, 20 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 1185 (2010).
  • Rethinking Enablement in the Predictable Arts – Fully Scoping the New Rule (2009 Stanford Technology Law Review 3 (2009) reprinted in Intellectual Property Law Review, Thomson West 2010 ed.).
  • Rosy Pictures and Renegade Officials: The Slow Death of Monroe v. Pape, 78 UMKCL.REV. 889 (2010).
  • Don’t Forget Due Process: The Path Not (Yet) Taken in § 2254 Litigation, 62 Hastings L.J. 1 (2010).
  • The Wrong Tool for the Job: The IP Problem with Noncompetition Agreements, 52 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 873 (2010).
  • Partner Departures and Lateral Moves (Book Review), 39(8) Colo. Law. 127 (2010).
  • So You Want to be a Lawyer? The Quest for Professional Status in a Changing Legal World, co-authored with Nancy Reichman, Fordham Law Review 2289 (April 2010).
  • Using Wikis in Administrative Law to Increase Student Engagement (reprint) 35 Administrative and Regulatory News 3 (ABA Spring, 2010).
  • Specialized Environmental Courts & Tribunals at the Confluence of Human Rights and the Environment, co-authored with C. Pring, 11 OREGON REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL LAW No. 2 (forthcoming 2010).
  • Facilitating Wage Theft: How Courts Use Procedural Rules to Undermine Substantive Rights of Low-Wage Workers, 63 Vand. L. Rev. 727 (2010).
  • Problems and Materials in Trusts and Estates co-authored with Susan N. Gary, Naomi R. Cahn, and Paula A. Monopoli, (forthcoming Aspen Publishers 2010).
  • Restoring Equipoise to Child Welfare, 62 HASTINGS L.J. 401 (2010).
  • What is Sustainability, ch. in W. Robison, ed., SUSTAINABILITY ETHICS (forthcoming, 2010).
  • Anderson on Colorado Civil Litigation Forms, First Edition, CBA CLE Books (2010).
  • Judicial Erasure of Mixed-Race Discrimination, 59 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 469 (2010).
  • Steams, Steel, and Statutes: True Tales from Colorado Legal History, Frank Gibbard, ed., CLE in Colorado (2010).
  • Review of Justice Gregory Hobbs, Jr., Living the Four Corners: Colorado Centennial State at the Headwaters, 39 Colorado Lawyer 59 (December 2010).
  • What Can the WTO Learn from International Environmental Law?, Panel: Risk, Science and Law in the WTO, 104 AM. SOC’Y INT’L L. PROC. *** (2010).
  • The Scope of the Secretariat’s Powers Regarding the Submissions Procedure of the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation under General Principles of International Law, co-authored with Anne-Marie Slaughter, 27 NORTH AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY SERIES 1 (2010).
  • Review of “Dirty Business” by Bullfrog Films, (2010).
  • Bit-Wise But Privacy Foolish: Smarter E-Messaging Technologies Call for a Return to Core Privacy Principles, co-authored with Melody Mosley Gates and Michael Smith, 20 Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology 487 (2010).
  • Equal Protection for Children of Gay and Lesbian Parents: Challenging the Three Pillars of Exclusion - Legitimacy, Dual-Gender Parenting, and Biology, 28 Law and Inequality 307 (2010).
  • More than Merely Incidental: Third-Party Beneficiary Rights in Urban Redevelopment Contracts, 17 Geo. J. Poverty L. & Pol’y 287 (2010).
  • Gilbert & Sullivan and Scalia: Philosophy, Proportionality, and the Eighth Amendment, 55 VILL. L. REV. 321 (2010).
  • A New Discourse Theory of the Firm After Citizens United, 79 George Washington Law Review 102 (2010).
  • The Right of Nonuse, 25 Oregon Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation 303 (2010).
  • The Emerging Right of Nonuse, 55 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Annual Inst. 25-1 (2010).
  • Good But Not Great: Improving Access to Public Records Under the D.C. Freedom of Information Act, co-authored with Melissa Davenport, 13 University of the District of Columbia Law Review 359 (2010) (symposium contribution).
  • The Other Legal Profession and the Orthodox View of the Bar: The Rise of Colorado’s Elite Law Firms, 80 U. Colo. L. Rev. 605 (2009).
  • Loyalty In Limbo: The Peculiar Case of Attorneys’ Loyalty to Clients, 40 St. Mary's L. J. 909 (2009) (syposium issue).
  • In Defense of Property, co-authored with Sonia K. Katyal and Angela R. Riley, 118 Yale Law Journal (forthcoming 2009)(with Sonia Katyal and Angela Riley).
  • Boumediene, Guantanamo and Jurisdiction Stripping: The Imperial President Meets the Imperial Court, 25 Constitutional Commentary 377(2009) (peer reviewed).
  • Obama: Prospects for Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy Focus, January/February 2009, at 88.
  • Utilities: The Challenge of Integration, Renewable Energy Focus, January/February 2009, at 32.
  • WGA to Tackle US Transmission?, Renewable Energy Focus, March/April 2009, at 28.
  • Employment as Transaction, 39 Seton Hall L. Rev. 447 (2009).
  • Response: Putting the Restatement in its Place, 13 Emp. Rts. Emp. Pol. J. 143 (2009).
  • A Cruel Deception: Castle Rock, Constitutional Protection and Conceptions of State Accountability, 10 Geo. J. Gender & L. 87 (2009).
  • If Not Now, When? Individual and Collective Responsibility for Male Intimate Violence, 32 Wash & Lee J. Civ. Rts. & Soc. Jus. 239 (2009).
  • Giles v. California: Is Justice Scalia Hostile to Battered Women?, 87 Texas L. Rev. 93 (2009).
  • Exploring Inequality in the Corporate Law Firm Apprenticeship: Doing the Time, Finding the Love, co-authored with Bryant G. Garth, 22 Georgetown J. of Legal Ethics 4:1361 (November 2009).
  • A Promise the Nation Cannot Keep: What Prevents the Application of the Thirteenth Amendment in Prison? , W18 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 395 (2009).
  • Colorado Evidence 2009-2010 Courtroom Manual, co-authored with Robert Hardaway, Frank Jamison and Glen Weissenberger, LexisNexis (2009).
  • The Differential Valuation of Women's Work: a New Look at the Gender Gap in Lawyers' Incomes, Social Forces 88(2) 819–864, December 2009.
  • Animal, Vegetable, Mineral - Wind? The Severed Wind Power Rights Conundrum , Washburn Law Journal, Vol. 49, p. 69 (2009).
  • Jousting at Wind Mills: When Wind Power Development Collides With Oil, Gas, and Mineral Development , co-authored with Roderick E. Wetsel, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute, Vol. 55, No. 9 (2009) Also reprinted in Part I MMX No. 3 National Association of Division Order Analysts (NADOA) 29 (July/August/September 2010) and Part II (October/November/December 2010). Also reprinted in 35 E-Section Report, no. 3, of the Oil, Gas and Energy Law Resources Section of the State Bar of Texas (March 2011) www.oilgas.org.
  • Guest Commentary—Retain Solar Access In Code, DENVER POST, October 28, 2009, at 11B.
  • Drafting Wills and Trusts, Vandeplas Publishing (2009).
  • Book Review, 59 J. Legal Educ. 311 (2009) (reviewing Richard L. Abel, Lawyers in the Dock , 2008).
  • After eBay v. MercExchange: The Changing Landscape for Patent Remedies, 9 Minn. J. L. Sci. and Tech. 543 (2008) (reprinted in Patent Law Review, Thomson West 2009 ed.).
  • Law School 2.0: Legal Education for a Digital Age (LexisNexis/Matthew Bender, October 2009).
  • The Future of Teague Retroactivity, or 'Redressability,' after Danforth v. Minnesota: Why Lower Courts Should Give Retroactive Effect to New Constitutional Rules of Criminal Procedure in Postconviction Proceedings, 46 American Criminal Law Review (2009).
  • Lifting the Haze of Baze: Lethal Injection, the Eighth Amendment, and Plurality Opinions, 41 Ariz. St. L.J. 159 (2009).
  • Greening Justice: Creating And Improving Environmental Courts And Tribunals, co-authored with Kitty Pring, Washington, D.C. (The Access Initiative / World Resources Institute, 2009).
  • Closing Remarks: Symposium – The Evolution of J.D. Programs – Is Non-Traditional Becoming More Traditional?, 38 Sw. L. Rev.4, 653 (2009).
  • Endangered Species Act: Law, Policy and Perspectives, included in “Chapter 3: Critical Habitat” for the new ABA publication on the Endangered Species Act (November 2009).
  • Singh visit assuages Indians' fears, Denver Post, November 29, 2009—Op-Ed.
  • Teachers Manual for Labor Law in the Contemporary Workplace, co-authored with Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt, Martin H. Malin, Christopher David Ruiz Cameron, and Catherine L. Fisk, Thomson-West Publishing 2009.
  • Working Group on Chapter 4 of the Proposed Restatement of Employment Law: The Tort of Wrongful Discipline in Violation of Public Policy, co-authored with Joseph R. Grodin, Paul M. Secunda, Richard A. Bales, Catherine L. Fisk, and Pauline T. Kim, 13 EMP. RTS. & EMPLY. POL’Y J. 159 (2009).
  • Raising Again The Issues Implicit In Castle Rock, 15 Wash.&Lee J. Civ. Rts & Soc. Justice 435 (2009).
  • Corporate Privacy Trend: The “Value” of Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”) Equals the “Value” of Financial Assets, 15 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 11 (2009) (co-author).
  • Returning Fairness to Executive Compensation, North Dakota Law Review, Vol. 84 (2009).
  • Think Big and Ignore the Law: U.S. Corn and Ethanol Subsidies and WTO Law, 40 Geo. J. Int'l L. 865 (2009).
  • 2009 Casebook Supplement for EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS ON EQUALITY IN THE WORKPLACE, co-authored with Dianne Avery, Maria Ontiveros, and Michael Selmi, August, 2009.
  • United States Labor and Employment Law, co-authored with Alvin Goldman, VOLUME 5 (590 pp.) in INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW (Roger Blanpain, ed.)(Kluwer International: 2009).
  • Standing in the Way of Judicial Review: Use of The Deliberative Process Privilege in APA Case, 53 Saint Louis L.J. 349 (2009).
  • Regulating Search, 22 HARV. J.L. & TECH. 475 (Spring 2009).
  • Chapter 6, International Law, Nuclear Weapons, and Twenty-First Century Insecurity, in THE CHALLENGE OF ABOLISHING NUCLEAR WEAPONS (David Krieger ed. 2009).
  • Arbitration Agreements in Bankruptcy, in Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice 3d (Thomson West 2009).
  • The Case for Megapolitan Growth Management in the Twenty- First Century: Regional Urban Planning and Sustainable Development in the United States, 1 International J. of Law in the Built Envt. 105 (2009).
  • A Cautionary Tale: Obama’s Coalition, Anti-Subordination Principles and Proposition 8, 86 DENV. UNIV. L. REV. 819 (2008-2009).
  • Opting Only In: Nexus of Contracts and Waiver of Liability Provisions, co-authored with Gopalan, 42 Indiana L. Rev. 285 (2009).
  • After the JD II: Second Results from a National Study of Legal Careers, The American Bar Foundation and The NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education 2009.
  • Symposium on Urban Development and Climate Change, co-authored with N. Davidson, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO LAW REVIEW (Fall 2009).
  • Recovery Versus Discovery: Which Way Are We Headed, CITIWIRE.NET (Aug. 14, 2009).
  • Getting Down to Business In Sustainability 2.0, co-authored with A. Flint, CITIWIRE.NET (March 15, 2009).
  • The Saucier Qualified Immunity Experiment: An Empirical Analysis, 36 PEPPERDINE LAW REVIEW 667 (2009).
  • A Noteworthy Absence, 59 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 279 (2009).
  • 100 Years Strong: Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services and the On-Going Pursuit for Equal Rights and Equal Justice, co-authored with Bruce Beneke, 31 Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy 1 (2009).
  • Kelo, Parents and the Spatialization of Color (blindness) in the Berman-Brown Metropolitan Heterotopia, 2008 Utah Law Review 947 (Winter 2009).
  • It is No Longer Viable from a Practical and Business Standpoint: Damage Caps, „Hidden Victims,‟ and the Declining Interest in Medical Malpractice Cases, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 16 International Journal of the Legal Profession 187 (2009).
  • Legal Services for the Poor: Access, Self-Interest and Pro Bono, co-authored with Joanne Martin, in Rebecca Sandefur, ed., Access to Justice, 145-166 (JAI Press, 2009).
  • Book Review off Wayne McIntosh and Cynthia Cates, Multi-Party Litigation: The Strategic Context, The Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 19 No. 8, 598-600 (August, 2009).
  • The New International Law-Makers? Conferences of the Parties to Multilateral Environmental Agreements, 31 MICH. J. INT’L L. 231 (2009).
  • Conferences of the Parties to Multilateral Environmental Treaties: The New International Law-Makers?, Panel: New Voices: Re-Thinking the Sources of International Law, 103 AM. SOC’Y INT’L L. PROC. 74 (2009).
  • In Memorium: Erik Bluemel, 87 DENV. U. L. REV. I (2009).
  • Student Gladiators and Sexual Assault: A New Analysis of Liability for Injuries Inflicted by College Athletes, 15 Mich. J. Gender & Law 205 (2009).
  • Building a “New Institutional” Approach to Corporate Speech, 59 Alabama Law Review 247 (2008) (lead article), reprinted in First Amendment Law Handbook 1051(Rodney M. Smolla ed. 2009).
  • Trust & Transparency: Promoting Efficient Corporate Disclosure Through Fiduciary-Based Discourse, 87 Washington University Law Review 115 (2009).
  • Políticas de energía y cambio climático de los Estados Unidos al inicio de la administración Obama: Legislación, regulación o ambas, ” (“Energy and Climate Change Policies in the United States at the beginning of the Obama Administration: Legislation, Regulation, or Both) 19 Revista de Derecho Ambiental 257 (2009).
  • Toward an Integrated Disparate Treatment and Accommodation Framework for Title VII Religion Cases, 77 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1411 (2009).
  • Disparate Impact Claims Under Title VI Would Not Harm National Security, co-authored with Michael Kirkpatrick, 46 Harvard Journal on Legislation 503 (2009).
  • Vindicating the Rights of People Living With AIDS Under the Alien Tort Claims Act, 40 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 643 (2009).
  • La Migra in the Mirror: Immigration Enforcement and Racial Profiling on the Texas Border, 23 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy 167 (2009).
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  • Notes from Tsinghua: Law and Legal Ethics in Contemporary China, 23 Conn. J. Int'l L. 369 (2008).
  • Taking Attorney-Client Communications (and Therefore Clients) Seriously, 42 U. S. F. L. Rev. 747 (2008).
  • The Rise and Fall of the WASP and Jewish Law Firms, 60 Stan. L. Rev. 1803 (2008).
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  • Real Property and Peoplehood, co-authored with Kristen A., 27 Stan. Env. L. J. 313 (2008).
  • Interpretive Sovereignty, 33 American Indian Law Review (forthcoming 2008).
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  • Repairing Reparations in the American Indian Nation Context, in Reparations for Indigenous Peoples in International and Comparative Law , co-authored with Sarah Krakoff, Oxford University Press 2008 (with Sarah Krakoff).
  • Stacking the Deck: Privileging “Employer Free Choice” over Industrial Democracy in the Card Check Debate, 87 Neb. L. Rev. 329 (2008).
  • The Justices Find Religion: Why the Supreme Court Ought to Expand Religious Accommodation Rights, 92 Marquette Law Review (2008).
  • Ask, Don’t Tell: Ethical Issues Surrounding Undocumented Workers’ Status in Employment Litigation, 61 Stan L. Rev. 355 (2008).
  • The Problem With Wilderness, Harvard Environmental Law Review (2008).
  • Enforcing the Limits of the Executive's Authority to Issue Immigration Detainers, 35 William Mitchell Law Review (2008).
  • Initiating a New Constitutional Dialogue: The Increased Importance under AEDPA of Seeking Certiorari from Judgments of State Courts, co-authored with Giovanna Shay, 50 William & Mary Law (2008).
  • Un-Incorporating the Bill of Rights: The Tension Between the Fourteenth Amendment and the Federalism Concerns That Underlie Modern Criminal Procedure Reforms, J. Crim. Law & Criminology (2008).
  • 2008 Casebook Supplement for EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS ON EQUALITY IN THE WORKPLACE co-authored with Dianne Avery, Maria Ontiveros, and Michael Selmi, (July, 2008).
  • Preventitive Law in Corporate Practice, Lexis 2008-09.
  • The European Union’s Multinational Carbon Trading Program, 85 DENV. U. L. REV. 995 (2008).
  • Selected Aspects of international Trade and the world Trade Organization’s Doha Round, 36 DENV. J. INT’L L. & POL’Y 255 (2008).
  • International Environmental and Human Rights Law Affecting Mining Law Reform, in REFORMING MINING LAW IN A CHANGING WORLD, 34 JURIDICA LAPPONICA 10 (University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland 2008).
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  • Recent Developments in Chapter 11, in Norton Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law (Thomson West 2008 ed.).
  • Unconscious Bias and “Outsider” Interest Convergence, 40 CONN. L. REV. 1077 (2008).
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  • Of Empires, Independents and Captives: Law Blogging, Law Scholarship, and Law School Rankings, U Denver Legal Studies Research Paper No. 08-04 (2008).
  • No Brown Towns: Anti-Immigrant Ordinances and Equality of Educational Opportunity for Latina/os, Journal of Gender, Race and Justice, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2008.
  • Tele Towns, TELEMARK SKIER MAGAZINE (Fall 2008).
  • The Impact of Energy on Health, Environment, and Sustainable Development: The TANSTAAFL Problem, co-authored with A. Haas & B. Drinkwine, in BEYOND THE CARBON ECONOMY (Oxford University Press 2008).
  • 14 invited chapters in the MAX PLANCK ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW, co-authored with others, on the following international rivers: Amazon, Amu & Syr Darya, Brahmaputra, Colorado, Columbia, Congo, Jordan, Okavango, Orange, Parana, Rio Grande, Tigris & Euphrates, Volga, and Zambezi. (Oxford University Press 2008).
  • Book Review of Sarah Jain, Injury: The Politics of Product Design and Safety Law in the United States, 42 Law & Society Review 443-445 (2008).
  • Adversaries or Partners? Science and the Precautionary Principle in International Wildlife Treaty Regimes, 11(4) J. INT’L WILDLIFE L. & POL’Y 211 (2008).
  • A Train without Tracks: Re-Thinking the Place of Law and Goals in Environmental and Natural Resources Law, 38 ENVTL. L. 1239 (2008).
  • Ain’t No Sunshine: Examining Informality and State Open Meeting Acts as the Anti-public Norm in Inner-City Redevelopment Deal Making, 74 Tenn. L. Rev. 623 (2007) reprinted in 18 J. Aff. Housing & Comm. Dev. Law (2008).
  • Aid for Trade: A Roadmap for Success, 36 Denver J. Int'l L. & Pol'y 101 (2008).
  • An Article III Defense of Merits-First Decisionmaking in Civil Rights Litigation: The Continued Viability of Saucier v. Katz, 16 George Mason Law Review 53 (2008).
  • The Problem With Wilderness, 32 Harvard Environmental Law Review 503 (2008).
  • Of Inferior Stock, The Two-Pronged Repression of Radical Immigrant Birth Control Advocates at the Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century, 20 St. Thomas Law Review 513 (2008).
  • In My Own Words: Calling All Energy Hogs, Pitzer Participant Winter 2007-08.
  • Public Law And Private Process: Toward an Incentivized Organizational Justice Model of Equal Employment Quality for Caregivers, 2007 UTAH L. REV. 25.
  • Cubewrap Contracts: The Rise of Delayed Term, Standard Form Employment Agreements, 49 Ariz. L.Rev. 637 (2007).
  • Colorado Evidence co-authored with Robert M. Hardaway, Francis W. Jamison & Glen Weissenberger, (Lexis Nexis, annual and semi-annual editions since 1995) (2007).
  • Evidence: Examples and Explanations (Little, Brown and Co., 1994; second edition Aspen Publishers, 1997; third edition,1999; fourth edition, 2001; fifth edition 2004; sixth edition 2007) (Chinese language edition; Angle Publishing Co., 2002).
  • Impediments to Reasonable Tort Reform: Lessons from the Adoption of Comparative Negligence, 40 Ind. L. Rev. 1 (2007).
  • Disqualifying a District Attorney When a Government Witness Was Once the District Attorney's Client: The Law Between the Courts and the State, 85 Denv. U.L. Rev. 369 (2007).
  • Lawyer Mobility and Legal Ethics: Resolving the Tension between Confidentiality and Contemporary Lawyers' Career Paths, 31 J. Legal Prof. 199 (2007).
  • U.S. lawyers: Speak out, Nat'l L. J. (April 9, 2007).
  • No Intent, No Foul? Unconscious Bias in Employment Decisions, 30 Legal Times, No. 21, p.35 (May 21, 2007).
  • Reclaiming McDonnell Douglas, 83 Notre Dame Law Review 109 (2007).
  • What's Truth Got to Do With It: A Deontological Critique of Tom Lininger's Article, Reconceptualizing Conforntation After Davis, 85 Texas L.Rev. 39 (2007).
  • The Reproductive Rights Reader: Law, Medicine, and the Construction of Motherhood, NYU Press, 2007.
  • Queer as Black Folk?, 2007 Wis. L. Rev.
  • How the War on Terror May Affect Domestic Interrogations: The 24 Effect, 4 Chapman U. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2007).
  • "No-Drop" Civil Protection Orders: Exploring the Bounds of Judicial Intervention in the Lives of Domestic Violence Victims, 16 U.C.L.A. Women's Law J. 39 (2007).
  • Analyzing the Impact of Coercion on Domestic Violence Victims: How Much Is Too Much?, 22 Berkeley J. Gender L. & Just. 2 (2007).
  • Super-Copyright: Contracts, Preemption, and the Structure of Copyright Policymaking, 41 U.C. Davis Law Review (2007).
  • Fast-Food Government and Physician-Assisted Death: The Role of Direct Democracy in Federalism, (2007).
  • Out of the Bottle: The Genie of Direct Democracy, 70 Albany L. Rev. 1045 (April 2007).
  • Making Sense of the Bramble-Filled Thicket: The “Insured vs. Insured” Exclusion in the Bankruptcy Context, 23 Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal 2 (2007).
  • Deference and Doubt: The Interaction of AEDPA §§ 2254(d)(2) & (e)(1), 82 Tul. L. Rev. 385 (2007).
  • The Unforeseen Ethical Ramifications of Classroom Faculty Participation in Law School Clinics, 75 U. CIN. L. REV. 1113 (2007).
  • Disclosure, Corporate Governance, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Limits of Disclosure, 57 Catholic Law Review 45 (Fall 2007).
  • Of Blogs, Law School Rankings, and Accessing the Blogosphere, U Denver Legal Studies Research Paper No. 07-33, posted July 28, 2007.
  • Opinion: Udall to Battle it out for Senate, Renewable Energy Focus, September/October 2007, at 20.
  • Commentary: Landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision puts U.S. on likely path to regulating greenhouse gas emissions, Utilities Policy 15 (2007) 215-222.
  • US public getting the message?, Renewable Energy Focus, July/August 2007, at 18.
  • Commentary: US Court changes the GHG landscape: To what extent could a recent US Supreme Court ruling affect environmental policy?, Refocus: The International Renewable Energy Magazine, May/June 2007, at 12.
  • Commentary: Election to force US energy policy shift?, Refocus: The International Renewable Energy Magazine, March/April 2007, at 26.
  • Hydrogen’s Silver Bullet?, Refocus: The International Renewable Energy Magazine, January/February 2007, at 26.
  • Application of the Public Trust Doctrine to Modern Fishery Management Regimes, 15 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 285 (2007).
  • ¿La Raza Latino?: Multiracial Ambivalence, Color Denial, and the Emergence of a Tri-Ethnic Jurisprudence at the End of the Twentieth Century, New Mexico Law Review, Vol. 37, No. 2, 2007.
  • Bound Between & Beyond the Borderlands: Region, Race, Scale and a Subnational Legal History, Oregon Review of International Law, Vol. 9, p. 301, 2007.
  • A REPUBLIC OF TREES, FIELD NOTES ON PEOPLE, PLACE AND THE PLANET, The Public Press, 2007.
  • Foreword, in W. Travis, NEW GEOGRAPHIES OF THE AMERICAN WEST: LAND USE AND THE CHANGING PATTERNS OF PLACE (Island Press, 2007).
  • Coming Home to Roost, ch. in J. Isham and S. Waage, eds., IGNITION: WHAT YOU CAN DO TO FIGHT GLOBAL WARMING AND SPARK A MOVEMENT (Island Press, 2007).
  • The New, Evolved Capitalism, THE BOSTON GLOBE (July 27, 2007).
  • Entergy Is Not the Enemy, THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS (May 28, 2007).
  • A Day in the Life of Carbon Balanced Living, THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS (March 25, 2007).
  • Note, Attorney-Client Privilege in the Public Sector: A Survey of Government Attorneys, 20 GEORGETOWN JOURNAL OF LEGAL ETHICS 163 (2007).
  • Multiracial Identity and Affirmative Action, 12 UCLA ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN LAW JOURNAL 1 (2007).
  • Pro Bono: More than a Professional Responsibility, co-authored with Joanne Martin, in Lawrence Fox, ed., Raising the Bar, 217-235 (ABA Press, 2007).
  • Alive and Well (Maybe) in Texas: Plaintiffs‟ Practice in the Age of Tort Reform, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 51 New York Law School Law Review 286-320 (2007).
  • The Scrivener, bimonthly column on legal writing for The Colorado Lawyer (from March 1991to March 2007).
  • Corporate Speech, Securities Regulation and an Institutional Approach to the First Amendment, 48 Willaim and Mary Law Review (2006), reprinted in First Amendment Law Handbook 601 (Rodney M. Smolla ed. 2008), quoted in Bulldog Investors v. Galvin, 23 Mass. L. Rptr. 413, available at 2007 WL 4647112, at *5 (Mass. Super. Ct. 2007).
  • Ethics and Professionalism in e-Discovery, New Jersey Laywer Maganize August 2007, No. 247.
  • Between Intensive Care and the Crematorium: Using the Standard of Review to Restore Balance to the WTO, 15 Tulane J. Int’l & Comp. L. 465 (2007).
  • The Law of Airspace Near Public Runways, 59 Planning and Environmental Law Review 1 (2007).
  • Female Genital Surgeries: Rethinking the Role of International Human Rights Law, Human Rights Law Commentary (University of Nottingham 2007).
  • Designing National Pesticide Legislation, co-authored with Jessica Vapnek and Isabella Pagotto , United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization 2007.
  • Employment Law: Private Ordering and Its Limitations co-authored with with Timothy Glynn & Charles Sullivan, (Aspen 2006). Rev. 637 (2007).
  • Cubewrap Contracts and Worker Mobility: The Dilution of Employee Bargaining Power Via Standard Form Noncompetes, 2006 MICH. STATE L. REV. 963 (symposium issue).
  • Internet Yellow Page Advertising, co-authored with Shayla Francis, Katarznya Z. Kozak, Lauren Heilig, Kristy Lundahl, Terri Bowland, and Robert P. Dellavalle, 55 Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 67 (co-author) (2006).
  • Bureaucracy and Distrust: Germaneness and the Paradoxes of Academic Freedom Doctrine, 77 U. Colo. L. Rev. 955 (2006).
  • The Facts about Qualified Immunity, 55 Emory L.J. 229 (2006).
  • The Fundamental Incoherence of Title VII: Making Sense of Causation in Disparate Treatment Law, 94 Georgetown Law Journal 489 (2006).
  • Exiled from the Province of Care: Domestic Violence, Duty and Conceptions of State Accountability, 37 Rutgers L.J. 111 Rutgers Law Journal Fall 2005 (2006).
  • Contextualizing the Losses of Allotment Though Literature, 82 North Dakota Law Review 605 (2006).
  • Old Ground and New Directions at Sacred Sites on the Western Landscape, 83 Denv. U. L. Rev. 981 (2006) (symposium edition).
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  • Muddled ruling on wetlands leaves nation with big mess, 6/26/06 BALTSUN 13A 2006 WLNR 11044467.
  • What will it take for a really green Denver?, co-authored with Edward Ziegler and James Van Hemert, 7/30/06 DENVERPOST E01 2006 WLNR 13213644.
  • A Short Primer on Ethics and Moral Vision, July 2006 Directors Monthly 19, National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD).
  • Peace and Protest: Can city officials force protesters to identify themselves by name?, INTELLIGENCE REPORT, No. 121, Spring 2006.
  • The Group Dangers of Race-Based Conspiracies, 59 Rutgers Law Review 55 (2006).
  • California Solar Initiative: Increasing the Uptake of Solar Technologies in the U.S., Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, March/April 2006, at 54.
  • Gulf Wind: Harnessing Offshore Wind Off the Coast of Texas, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, January/February 2006, at 33.
  • State Power: The Growing Uptake of RE Portfolio Standards in the U.S., Refocus: The International Renewable Energy Magazine, September/October 2006, at 49.
  • Judge David Edward Oral History, University of Denver Sturm College of Law (public release August 2006); with Edward, D http://www.law.du.edu/david_edward/.
  • Observations from the After the JD Survey of the Bar Class of 2000, co-authored with Robert L. Nelson, Ronit Dinovitzer, Bryant G. Garth, Gita Z. Wilder, 7Terry K. Adams, 24 QLR 539 QLR 2006 Symposium.
  • When Good Deeds are Punished: The Legal Landscape of Retaliation and Whistleblowing, co-authored with Larry Moy, 745 PLI/Lit. 581 (2006).
  • Bringing Sense to Incentives: Harmonizing Courts' Chaotic Caselaw on Class Action Incentive Payments, 10 Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal 101 ( 2006).
  • How the Blogs Saved Law School: Why a Diversity of Voices Will Undermine the U.S. News & World Report Rankings, 81 Ind. L.J. 375 Indiana Law Journal Winter, 2006 Symposium: The Next Generation of Law School Rankings.
  • Working Together In A Digital World: An Introduction, co-authored with Michael S. Mireles, 84 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1 Denver University Law Review 2006.
  • The United States as a Democratic Ideal? International Lessons in Referendum Democracy , Temple Law Review, Vol. 79, p. 821 (2006).
  • Compulsory Education and Substantive Due Process: Asserting Student Rights to a Safe and Healthy School Environment, 10 LEWIS & CLARK L. REV. 201 (2006).
  • 2006 Casebook Supplement for EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS ON EQUALITY IN THE WORKPLACE co-authored with Dianne Avery, Maria Ontiveros, and Michael Selmi, (July, 2006).
  • ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: A CASEBOOK (and Teacher’s Manual), co-authored with Bernard Schwartz & Jay Brown, 6th ed. 2006, Aspen Law & Business.
  • Defending The IRC §6672 “Trust Fund Recovery Penalty,”, 8 J. of Tax Pract. & Proc. 21 (2006).
  • Disloyalty without Limits: “Independent” Directors and the Elimination of the Duty of Loyalty, 95 Ky L. Rev. 53 (2006-2007).
  • Criticizing the Critics: Sarbanes-Oxley and Quack Corporate Governance, 90 Marquette L. Rev. 309 (Winter 2006).
  • Vermont Must Conserve Its Human Resources, THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS (June 28, 2006).
  • A Decade of Emissions Trading in the USA: Experiences and Observations for the EU, in EU CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY: THE CHALLENGE OF NEW REGULATORY INITIATIVES (Elgar Press 2006).
  • Alternatives to Conventional Regulation in United States Environmental Law, co-authored with R. Feger, in REGULATING ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES (Oxford University Press 2006).
  • Plaintiffs‟ Lawyers, Specialization, and Medical Malpractice, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 59 Vanderbilt Law Review 1051-1073 (2006).
  • The Constitutional History and Contemporary Structure of Midwestern Governance, in Richard Sisson, et.al., eds., The American Midwest: An Interpretive Encyclopedia, 1560-63 (Indiana University Press, 2006).
  • The Texas Two-Step: Evidence on the Link Between Damage Caps and Access, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 55 DePaul Law Review 635-669 (2006).
  • Legal Feminism: Activism, Lawyering, and Legal Theory, (2006).
  • H.L.A. Hart and the Methodology of Jurisprudence, 84 TEX. L. REV. 983 (2006).
  • Book Review, ‘Dori Kimel, From Promise to Contract: Towards a Liberal Theory of Contract', 116 ETHICS 447 (2006).
  • Book Review, ‘Larry Alexander, Is There a Right of Freedom of Expression?’, NOTRE DAME PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEWS (2006).
  • The Legal Status of Spyware, co-authored with Daniel B. Garrie and Matthew J. Armstrong, 59 Fed. Comm. L.J. 157 (2006).
  • The Law of RCRA and CERCLA (Foundation Press, 2006).
  • Recreation Wars for Our Natural Resources (Foundation Press, 2006).
  • A House Divided: Mandatory Arrest, Domestic Violence, and the Conservatization of the Battered Women's Movement, 42 Hous. L. Rev. 237 (Summer 2005).
  • What does "shall'' mean?, 7/17/05 DENVERPOST E03 2005 WLNR 11261242.
  • A Property Rights Approach to Sacred Sites Cases: Asserting a Place for Indians as Nonowners, 52 UCLA L. Rev. 1061 (2005).
  • Considering Individual Religious Freedoms Under Tribal Constitutional Law, 14-SPG Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 561 (2005).
  • Recovering Homelands, Governance, and Lifeways: A Book Review of Blood Struggle: The Rise of Modern Indian Nations, 41 Tulsa L. Rev. 79 Tulsa Law Review Fall 2005 Book Review.
  • "Intersex Surgery, Female Genital Cutting, and the Selective Condemnation of 'Cultural Practices''", co-authored with with Mark Barr, 40 HARV. C.R.- C.L. L. REV. 71 (2005).
  • "Disguising Empire: Racialized Masculinity and the 'Civilizing' of Iraq", 52 CLEVELAND ST. L. REV. 131 (2005) (publishing papers presented at the Seventh Annual LatCrit Conference).
  • Acting Too Hastily on Preble's Mouse, 2/25/05 RKYMN 48A 2005 WLNR 2904051.
  • Natural Resources And Conservation Law: A Place-Based Book Of Problems And Cases, with Christine Klein and Bret Birdsong (2005).
  • Literature Review of Severed Minerals, Split Estates, Rights Of Access, and Surface Use in Mineral Extraction, 2005 No. 1 Rocky Mt. Min. L. Fdn. Paper No. 1B Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Severed Minerals, Split Estates, Rights of Access, and Surface Use in Mineral Extraction Operations Paper 1B John A. Carver, Jr.,.
  • The Management of Hazardous Waste (Foundation Press, 2005).
  • Soft on Defense: The Failure to Confront Militarism, 20 Berkeley J. Gender L. & Just. 369 Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice 2005 Symposium.
  • Citizens' Unrest: In Arizona, a county prosecutor opens the door for vigilante justice, INTELLIGENCE REPORT, No. 120, Winter 2005.
  • Principles of Non-Arbitrariness: Lawlessness in the Administration of Welfare, 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 451 (2005).
  • 60 Years After V-E Day: Peace led to European Union, Perspective Section, THE DENVER POST, May 8, 2005.
  • Commentary: European Greens Face 'Good News' and 'Bad News', The Electricy Daily, MAY 31, 2005.
  • Commentary: Kyoto Enters Into Force Amid Embarrassing European Union Disagreement on Emissions Targets, The Electricy Daily, Feb. 19, 2005.
  • Enabling Renewable Energy: An Interview With Dan E. Arvizu, New Director of NREL, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, May/June 2005, at 62.
  • RE Gains? The U.S. Energy Policy Act of 2005, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, September/October 2005, at 45.
  • Solar Thermal Added Value: Renewable Energy Credits Derived From Solar Water Heating, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, May/June 2005, at 44.
  • Teaching EU Law & Policy in an Online Setting, Hogan, J European Union Studies Association 9th Biennial Conference, April 1 2005, available at http://aei.pitt.edu/archive/00003091/01/2005_03_18_EUSA_Paper_Submitted.pdf (last checked Feb. 15, 2006).
  • Balance of Privacy vs. Security: A Historical Perspective of the USA PATRIOT Act, co-authored with Maury M. Nichols, Stephen D. Rynerson, Lance A. Maish, & Jon David Rogers, 31 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 285 Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 2005.
  • Introduction: Toward an Ethic of Teaching: Class, Race, and a Pedagogy of Community Engagement, Villanova Law Review, 50 VILLANOVA LAW REVIEW 837 (2005).
  • Toward an Ethic of Teaching: Class, Race and the Promise of Community Engagement, 50 Vill. L. Rev. 837 Villanova Law Review 2005.
  • The Cultural Lives of Capital Punishment: Comparative Perspectives, Austin Sarat and Christian Boulanger, Eds. Stanford University Press (2005), 9(3) Punishment and Society 331 (2007).
  • Death Qualification and True Bifurcation: Building on the Massachusetts Governor's Council's Report, 80 Ind. L.J. 131 Indiana Law Journal Winter, 2005 Symposium Jeffrey J. Pokorak.
  • Symposium: Toward a Model Death Penalty Code: The Massachusetts Governor's Council Report, Panel Discussion, 80 Indiana Law Journal 91 (2005).
  • The Private is Public: The Relevance of Private Actors in Defining the Fourth Amendment, in Civil Rights Litigation and Attorney Fees Handbook (Steven Saltzman, ed., 2005).
  • Civil Tax Procedure, co-authored with Profs. Richardson and Johnson, Published in 2005 by Lexis-Nexis, 2d Ed. in 2007.
  • State Ballot Initiatives in the Federal Preemption Equation: A Medical Marijuana Case Study, 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 221 (Spring 2005).
  • State Ballot Initiatives in the Federal Preemption Equation: A Medical Marijuana Case Study, 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 221 (Spring 2005).
  • Oakland’s Fruitvale Transit Village: Building an Environmentally Sound Vehicle for Neighborhood Revitalization, ch. in L. King and D. McCarthy, eds., ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY: FROM ANALYSIS TO ACTION (Rowman & Littlefield, 2005).
  • Wind Power Debate, VERMONT PUBLIC RADIO (Dec. 12, 2005) (Wind Power Debate commentary series, winner of the 2006 Regional AP Award for Editorials).
  • North Woods for Sale, NORTHERN WOODLANDS (Fall, 2005).
  • Mountains and Mileage, NORTHERN WOODLANDS (Spring 2005).
  • Note, Beyond Breimhorst: Appropriate Accommodation of Students with Learning Disabilities on the SAT, 57 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 2135 (2005).
  • Book Review of Herbert Kritzer, Risks, Reputations, and Rewards: Contingency Fee Legal Practice in the United States, The Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 15 No.3, 250-54 (March 2005).
  • Forced Patriot Acts, 81 Denv. U. L. Rev. 703 (2004).
  • Lawyers and Corporate Scandals, 7 Legal Ethics 54 (2004).
  • Reconsidering Attraction in Sexual Harassment, 79 Indiana Law Journal 101 (2004).
  • The Endangered Species Act in Major Acts Of Congress (2004).
  • The Take Prohibition in Section 9 of the Endangered Species Act: Contradictions, Ugly Ducklings, and Conservation of Species, 34 ENVTL. L. 363 (2004).
  • Why Environmental Lawyers Should Know (and Care) About Land Trusts and Their Private Land Conservation Transactions, 34 ENVTL L. RPTR. 10223 (2004)(with Nancy McLaughlin).
  • Multi-Layered, and Sequential, State and Local Barriers to Extractive Resource Development, 23 Va. Envtl. L.J. 1 Virginia Environmental Law Journal 2004 Elizabeth H. Getches Article.
  • Recreation Wars for Our Natural Resources, 34 Envtl. L. 1091 Environmental Law Fall 2004 Symposium Rachael B. Reiss.
  • The Multiple to Dominant Use Paradigm Shift in Natural Resources Management, 24 J. Land Resources & Envtl. L. 221 Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental Law 2004.
  • (Un)masking Race-Based Intra-Corporate Conspiracies Under the Ku Klux Klan Act, 11 Va. J. Soc. Pol'y & L. 129 (2004).
  • Poverty and Social Welfare in America: An Encyclopedia, Editors, Gwendolyn Mink and Alice O'Connor, forthcoming 2004 (contributed a chapter to the book on Legal Aid/Legal Services).
  • Commentary: Climate for Change? SEC asked to require climate change risk warnings, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2004, at 18.
  • Commentary: EU Emissions Trading Scheme Could be Dicey, The Electricy Daily, JUNE 28, 2004.
  • Commentary: How Blair Will Back Nukes, The Electricy Daily, April 19, 2004.
  • Commentary: Is the European Union Getting the Wobbles on Kyoto?, The Electricy Daily, March 15, 2004.
  • Commentary: The 'Other' Terror Commission Reports on Threat from EMP Attack, The Electricy Daily, Aug. 19, 2004.
  • Commentary: The U.S. Presidential Election: Will Energy Policy Tip the Balance, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, July/August 2004, at 20.
  • Commentary: US Climate Change Legislation, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, March/April 2004, at 16.
  • Green Fuels: DynaMotive seeks to change fuels equation, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, July/August 2004, at 20.
  • Greening the Piste, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2004, at 28.
  • Interview: Colorado Coalition for New Energy Technologies, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, March/April 2004, at 54.
  • Ties to EU Worth Preserving, Bruegger, D., THE DENVER POST op-ed page, July 9, 2004.
  • An Analysis of the Use of Bilateral Agreements between Transnational Trading Groups: The U.S./EU E-Commerce Privacy Safe Harbor, co-authored with Stephen D. Rynerson & Britney D. Beall-Eder, 39 Tex. Int'l L.J. 171 Texas International Law Journal Winter 2004 Article.
  • Gender Penalties Revisited, co-authored with Nancy Reichman, 2004.
  • Sticky Floors, Broken Steps, and Concrete Ceilings in Legal Careers, co-authored with Nancy J. Reichman, 14 Tex. J. Women & L. 27 Texas Journal of Women and the Law Fall 2004.
  • After the JD: First Results of a National Study of Legal Careers, (2004).
  • Employment Discrimination Law: Cases And Materials on Equality in the Workplace (Robert Belton, Dianne Avery, Maria Ontiveros & Roberto Corrada (7th edition, West Publishing: 2004).
  • Update, Fall 2004, Administrative Law: A Casebook (Bernard Schwartz & Roberto Corrada, 5th ed.). (2004).
  • The Private is Public: The Relevance of Private Actors In Defining the Fourth Amendment, 46 B.C. L. Rev. 83 Boston College Law Review December, 2004 Article.
  • Mutant Copyrights And Backdoor Patents: The Problem Of Overlapping Intellectual Property Protection, 19 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 1473 Berkeley Technology Law Journal Fall 2004 Article.
  • Disability, Equality & Identity, 55 Alabama L. Rev. 1043 (2004) (reprinted in part in EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW: CASES, PROBLEMS AND CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES (Prentice Hall 2005)).
  • The Irrelevance of State Law in the Governance of Public Corporations, 38 University of Richmond Law Review 317 (January 2004), cited in Kramer v. Liberty Prop. Trust, 2009 Md. LEXIS 34 n. 13 (Md. Ct. App. March 23, 2009).
  • From Pollution Control to Place-Making: The Role of Environmental Regulation in Creating Communities of Place, ch. in E. Ben-Joseph and T. Szold, eds., REGULATING PLACE: STANDARDS AND THE SHAPING OF URBAN AMERICA (Routledge, 2004).
  • Once Upon a Brownfield: Toward a Vision of Green Development for Boston’s South Bay, ch. in R. Greenstein, ed., RECYCLING THE CITY: THE USE AND REUSE OF URBAN LAND (Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2004).
  • Who Governs the Forest?, NORTHERN WOODLANDS (Fall, 2004).
  • Builders and Savers: The Vermont Housing and Conservation Board, VERMONT PUBLIC RADIO (Nov. 29, 2004) (“Great Thoughts of Vermont” commentary series).
  • Farewell to ‘The People’s Republic', THE BOSTON GLOBE (June 25, 2004).
  • Regarding the Wind, NORTHERN WOODLANDS (Spring, 2004).
  • The “Fear Factor”: Why We Should Not Allow Energy Security Rhetoric to Trump Sustainable Development, co-authored with S. Noé, in ENERGY SECURITY – MANAGING RISK IN A DYNAMIC LEGAL AND REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT (Oxford University Press 2004).
  • Chapter 1.3 on International Law and Mineral Resources Development; chapter 4.6 on Mineral Development and the Impact of the Climate Change Convention; and chapter 4.7 on The Law of Public Participation in Global Mining, co-authored with L. Siegele, in INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE MINERAL LAW AND POLICY (University of Dundee/Kluwer International 2004).
  • The Strange Success of Tort Reform, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 53 Emory Law Journal 1225-1262 (2004).
  • Book Review of Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Dispute Processing and Conflict Resolution: Theory, Practice, and Policy, The Law and Politics Book Review, Vol 14. No. 6, 44-45 (June 2004).
  • The Bush Energy Plan in Microcosm, in The Falcon and the Oilman: Drilling on Wild Public Lands, The Environmental Forum, May-June 2004 (Vol. 21, No. 3, page 42).
  • Time to School Indoor Molds, Online (2004).
  • Accommodation Subverted: The Future of Work/Family Initiatives in a ‘Me, Inc.’ World, 12 TEXAS J. WOM. & L. 345 (2003) (symposium issue).
  • Foreword: The Role of Contract in the Modern Employment Relationship, 10 TEXAS WES. L. REV. 1 (2003).
  • Non-Competes, Human Capital, and Contract Formation: What Employment Law Can Learn from Family Law, 10 TEXAS WES. L. REV. 155 (2003) (symposium issue).
  • Foreword: Bill Beaney's Continuing Relevance, 81 Denv. U. L. Rev. 217 (2003).
  • Statutory Speech Bubbles, First Amendment Overbreadth, and Improper Legislative Purpose, 38 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 31 (2003).
  • Teens in the UV Tanning Booth? Tax the Tan, co-authored with with Dellavalle, RP, Schilling, LM, Hester, EJ, ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRIC AND ADOLESCENT MEDICINE 2003, 157: 845-846.
  • Youth Access Laws: In the Dark at the Tanning Parlor, co-authored with with Dellavalle, Parker, Cersonsky, Hemme, Burkhardt, and Schilling, 139 ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY 443 (April 2003).
  • In the Absence of Title: Responding to Federal Ownership in Sacred Sites Cases, 37 New Eng. L. Rev. 619 New England Law Review Spring 2003 Symposium.
  • Environmental Law entry in Encyclopaedia Britannica (2003)(with Celia Campbell-Mohn).
  • Height Restrictions Near Airports: Physical Takings, Regulatory Takings, or Police Power Exercises, 55 Land Use Law & Zoning Digest 3 (Sept. 2003).
  • Whose Law Governs? State and Local Regulation on Federal Lands, and Federal Regulation on State Lands, 49 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 2003.
  • Law and Feminism: Together in Struggle, 51 U. Kan. L. Rev. 291 University of Kansas Law Review February, 2003 Symposium Luncheon.
  • The Jurisprudence of the Military-Industrial Complex, co-authored with Spitz, Laura, 1 Seattle J. for Soc. Just. 541 Seattle Journal for Social Justice Spring/Summer, 2003.
  • Building Green: The University of Denver College of Law, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2003, at 62.
  • Commentary: Renewable Energy Potential Capacity in the U.S.: The Role of Renewables in the U.S. Energy Mix, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, May/June 2003, at 14.
  • Commentary: World Peace and the US: Mid-term Election and U.S. Energy Policy, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, March/April 2003, at 20.
  • GHG reduction in the US: The Chicago Climate Exchange, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, September/October 2003, at 52.
  • Litigation Next Tactic to Force CO2 Cuts?, The Electricy Daily, July 21, 2003.
  • Poles Apart? EU-US Views of Energy Policy, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, September/October 2003, at 22.
  • Power Cuts: Risks and alternatives to the current transmission system, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2003, at 22.
  • Renewable Energy at the heart of national security: Interview with Admiral Richard H. Truly, Director of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, January/February 2003, at 54.
  • Socially responsible investment: Interview with Carsten Henningsen, Chairman of Progressive Investment, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, March/April 2003, at 54.
  • The Hydrogen Economy: The next great economic revolution? Interview with Jeremy Rifkin, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, May/June 2003, at 66.
  • UK White Paper Classic Tony Blair 'Fudge, co-authored with Georgia, P., The Electricy Daily, March, 3, 2003.
  • US energy policies for a sustainable future: interview with Dr. Howard Geller, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, July/August 2003, at 60.
  • WTO and the Environment, Book Review 31 DENVER JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY 521, Summer 2003.
  • Advanced Litigation Issues Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, co-authored with Adam Klein, American Bar Association Conference for Section on Labor & Employment (Summer 2003).
  • Osmotic Borders: Thinking Locally, Thinking Globally About the Causes and Effects of Labor Migration, 13 BERKELEY LA RAZA LAW JOURNAL 311 (2003).
  • The Supreme Court and Title VII's Religion Provision, Liberty Magazine (Seventh Day Adventists' Magazine) January/February 2003.
  • Amicus Curiae Brief of the California Public Defenders Association in Support of Respondent in Lockyer v. Andrade, 123 S.Ct. 1166 (2003).
  • Civil Legal Options for Victims of Stalking, Stalking: Psychology, Risk Factors, Interventions, And Law (Mary P. Brewster, ed., 2003).
  • Custody and Visitation: Considerations for Every Attorney Retained by a Survivor of Domestic Violence, 36 Clearinghouse Rev. 529 (2003).
  • Protecting Victims of Violence through Housing Legislation, Domestic Violence, Rep. 17 (2003) (with Erica Smock).
  • Speaking with Complete Candor: Shareholder Ratification and the Elimination of the Duty of Loyalty, 54 Hastings Law Review 641 (March 2003).
  • A Bronx Brownfield Tale (Book Review), ORION MAGAZINE (May/June 2003) (reviewing L. Harris, TILTING AT MILLS: GREEN DREAMS, DIRTY DEALINGS, AND THE CORPORATE SQUEEZE (2003)).
  • Paper Promises (Book Review), GRIST MAGAZINE (May 2003) (reviewing L. Harris, TILTING AT MILLS: GREEN DREAMS, DIRTY DEALINGS, AND THE CORPORATE SQUEEZE (2003) and A. Hershkowitz, BRONX ECOLOGY: BLUEPRINT FOR A NEW ENVIRONMENTALISM (2002)).
  • Building Sustainable Cities (Roundtable), HARVARD DESIGN MAGAZINE (Spring, 2003).
  • A Lesson Before Hiking, NORTHERN WOODLANDS (Fall, 2003).
  • Too Much ‘Island’ Thinking on Nantucket, THE BOSTON GLOBE (Aug. 15, 2003).
  • Haunted by Waters, NORTHERN WOODLANDS (Spring, 2003).
  • INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & POLICY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY co-authored with V. Nanda, (Transnational Publishers Inc., 2003).
  • The 2002 Johannesburg World Summit on Sustainable Development: International Environmental Law Collides with Reality, Turning Jo’burg into “Joke’Burg”, 32 DENVER JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW & POLICY 101 (2003).
  • Sharing Common Ground: A Cautionary Tale on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Protection of Biological Diversity, in LINKING HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE ENVIRONMENT 162 (R. Picolloti & J.D. Taillant eds. 2003).
  • Cookies and the Common Law: Are Internet Advertisers Trespassing On Our Computers? , 76 Southern California Law Review 893 (2003).
  • Male Violence--State Silence: These and Other Tragedies of the 20th Century, 5 J. Gender Race & Just. 339 Spring 2002.
  • "Subordination & Symbiosis: Mechanisms of Mutual Support between Subordinating Systems", 71 U.M.K.C. L. REV. 251 (2002) (featured paper, symposium on "Theorizing the Connections between Systems of Subordination").
  • ABA, Endangered Species Act: Law, Policy and Perspectives, Chapter 4 – Endangered Species Act: Critical Habitat, -2002.
  • Property Rights and the Maintenance of Wildlife Habitat: The Case for Conservation Land Transactions, 38 Idaho L. Rev. 431 Idaho Law Review 2002 The 2002 Symposium Edition Biodiversity & its Effects on Private Property.
  • Supreme Court Roundup: 2001-02, 34 NO. 1 ABA Trends 1 ABA Trends September/October, 2002.
  • Hornbook on Natural Resources Law (West Publishing, 2002).
  • The Law of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Wastes (Foundation Press, 2000), and Teacher's Manual (300 pages) (2002).
  • The Moral Austerity of Environmental Decisionmaking (Duke Univ. Press, 2002) (contributing author).
  • Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress: An Old Arrow Targets the New Head of the Hate Hydra, 80 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1 (2002).
  • The New Contract: Private Law Implications of Welfare Reform, 61 Md. L. Rev. 246 (2002).
  • Welfare Entitlements in the Era of Devolution, 9 Geo. J. On Poverty L & Pol'y 89 (2002).
  • America's 'Achilles Heel'?, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, July/August 2002, at 24.
  • Canada's Reaction to Climate Change: Worrying about the US, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, May/June 2002, at 68.
  • Financing Renewables, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2002, at 60.
  • Getting the Wished For, The Electricy Daily, June 24, 2002.
  • How EdF Harms all of Europe, The Electricy Daily, March 25, 2002.
  • Media Coverage of the Ozone-Layer Issue, in Canan, P PROTECTING THE OZONE LAYER: THE UNITED NATIONS HISTORY 290-322 (S.O. Anderson and K. Madhava Sarma, editors, Earthscan) 2002.
  • Science Considers Global Climate Change: No Longer Any Reasonable Disagreement, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2002, at 50.
  • Sustainable Development Policy Implementation in the European Union, and Fergusson, M AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT NEWSLETTER, June 2002, pp. 12-15, available at http://www.abanet.org/environ/committees/climatechange/newsletter/june02/smith.html.
  • The European Union's Commitment to Sustainable Development: Is the Commitment Symbolic or Substantive in the Context of Transport Policy?, 13 Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy 241-331 (summer 2002).
  • The National Renewable Energy Laboratory: The First 25 Years and the Future, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, September/October 2002, at 54.
  • Why Johannesburg Summit Can't Work, The Electricy Daily, August 26, 2002.
  • Yankees Gone Home, The Electricy Daily, Nov.12, 2002.
  • Book Review, Spring 2002, 'Ahead of the Curve: Cases of Innovation in', (2002).
  • Book Review, Spring 2002, 'Cool Companies: How the Best Businesses Boost Profits and Productivity by Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions', 8 Corporate Environmental Strategy: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY 105 (2002).
  • Book Review, Summer 2002, 'Environmental Policy in the European Union: Actors, Institutions, and Processes', 9 Corporate Environmental Strategy: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY 318 (2002).
  • Environmental Management, 9 Corporate Environmental Strategy: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY 103 (2002).
  • Recasting the Brass Ring: Deconstructing and Reconstructing Workplace Opportunities for Women Lawyers, co-authored with Nancy J. Reichman, 29 Cap. U. L. Rev. 923 Capital University Law Review 2002.
  • Thompson G. Marsh, 31-JUL Colo. Law. 13 Colorado Lawyer July, 2002 Six of the Greatest: A Tribute to Outstanding Lawyers in Colorado History.
  • Comment on The Ethics of Comparison: A Statistician Wrestles with the Orthodoxy of a Control Group, by John P. Holcomb, Jr., in Ethics of Inquiry: Issues in the Scholarship Of Teaching And Learning (Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching: 2002).
  • Using Technology to Support Active Learning in a Labor Law Classroom, in WAYFARER: CHARTING ADVANCES IN SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES COMPUTING (CD-Rom, University of Illinois Press: 2002).
  • Facts, Fallacies and the California Three Strikes, 40 Duq. L. Rev. 605 Duquesne Law Review Spring 2002 Rebuttal Franklin E. Zimring.
  • Harmless Error and the Rights/Remedies Split, 88 Va. L. Rev. 1 Virginia Law Review March 2002 Article.
  • Little Brothers are Watching You: The Importance of Private Actors in the Making of Fourth Amendment Law, 79 Denv. U. L. Rev. 517 Denver University Law Review 2002.
  • Addressing Stalking at Work: What Women and Advocates Can Do, 7 Domestic Violence Rep. 33 (2002).
  • Renewables: A US Congressman’s View, Refocus: The International Renewable Energy Magazine, March/April 2002.
  • Civic Environmentalism, co-authored with C. Foster, et al., MEMOS TO THE GOVERNOR: THE COMMONWEALTH THAT COULD BE, A PROJECT OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (American Society of Pubic Administration, 2002).
  • Howls Over Cape Wind Farm Drown Out Merits, THE BOSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL (Oct. 25, 2002).
  • The Greening of a Boston Brownfield, THE BOSTON GLOBE (June 20, 2002).
  • An Environmentalist’s Axe, NORTHERN WOODLANDS (Summer, 2002).
  • The Case for Good Zoning, CONSERVATION MATTERS: JOURNAL OF THE CONSERVATION LAW FOUNDATION (Spring, 2002).
  • Civic By Nature, URBAN ECOLOGY (Spring, 2002).
  • All Environmentalism Is Local (Essay), THE GUARDIAN (U.K.) (Jan. 15, 2002).
  • The Democracy of the Backcountry, THE RUTLAND (VT) HERALD (Feb. 27, 2002).
  • Green Development Connects Neighborhoods and Nature, THE BOSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL (Feb. 8, 2002).
  • The Emerging International Law of Public Participation Affecting Global Mining, Energy, and Resources Development, co-authored with S. Noé, in HUMAN RIGHTS IN NATURAL RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF MINING AND ENERGY RESOURCES (ed. D. Zillman, A. Lucas & G. Pring, Oxford University Press 2002).
  • Law of Public Participation in Global Energy and Resources Development: A New IBA Book, co-authored with D. Zillman & A. Lucas, 20 JOURNAL OF ENERGY & NATURAL RESOURCES LAW 79 (2002).
  • It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times: The Precarious Nature of Plaintiffs‟ Practice in Texas, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 80 Texas Law Review 1781-1828 (2002).
  • Personal Injury Law Practice, in Kermit Hall, ed., The Oxford Companion to American Law. 603-604 (Oxford University Press, 2002).
  • Book Review of Walter Bennett, The Lawyer’s Myth: Reviving Ideals in the Legal Profession, The Law and Politics Book Review, Vol 12. No. 4 (April 2002).
  • Bargaining for Loyalty in the Information Age: A Reconsideration of the Role of Substantive Fairness in Enforcing Employee Non-Competes, 80 OR. L. REV. 1163 (2001).
  • An Unlikely Knight in Economic Armor: "Law and Economics" in Defense of Professional Ideals, 31 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1042 (2001).
  • Beyond the Ethnic Umbrella and the Buffalo: Some Thoughts on American Indian Tribes and Gaming, co-authored with Ray Halbritter, 5 Gaming Law Review 311 (2001) (with Ray Halbritter).
  • "Putting Theory into Practice: A Battered Women's Clemency Clinic", co-authored with Jacqueline St. Joan, 8 CLINICAL L. REV. 171 (2001).
  • From Population Segregation to Species Zoning: The Evolution of Reintroduction Law Under Section 10(J) of the Endangered Species Act, 1 Wyo. L. Rev. 287 Wyoming Law Review 2001 Land & Water Law Division.
  • Recovery Planning, the Courts and the Endangered Species Act, 16-FALL Nat. Resources & Env't 106 Natural Resources and Environment Fall, 2001 Feature.
  • The Rhetoric of Delisting Species Under the Endangered Species Act: How to Declare Victory Without Winning the War, 31 ENVTL L. RPTR. 11302 (2001).
  • Kathleen A. Sullivan: A True Teacher's Teacher, 8 Clinical L. Rev. 13 (2001).
  • Constitutional Challenges to Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Laws, 30-FEB Colo. Law. 51 Colorado Lawyer February, 2001 Specialty Law Column.
  • Bush must take European Union seriously, The Denver Business Journal, June 25, 2001, available at http://denver.bcentral.com/denver/stories/2001/06/25/editorial3.html (last checked Feb. 15, 2006).
  • Bush u-turn on renewables?, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, September 2001.
  • Climate Change: EU and US Perspectives on Policy and Implications for Business, Environmental Business Journal, Vol. 13 No. 7/8 October 2001.
  • Delivering Kyoto: Could Europe do it, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2001.
  • European Union Vital for Colorado, The Denver Business Journal, April 23, 2001, available at http://denver.bcentral.com/denver/stories/2001/04/23/editorial3.html.
  • Viewpoint: Europe strikes out on its own, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, June 2001.
  • Web Reviews, Autumn 2001,, 8 Corporate Environmental Strategy INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY 385 (2001).
  • Marshalling the Evidence in Employment Discrimination Cases: A Perspective from the Plaintiff's Bar, Practising Law Institute PLI Order No. H0-00AL June 2001 Litigating Employment Discrimination Cases 2001 Wayne N. Outten Parisis G. Filippatos Scott Moss.
  • Overview of Workplace Claims in New York: Perspective of Employees', Practising Law Institute PLI Order No. H0-00AP October 2001 30th Annual Institute on Employment Law COUNSEL Wayne N. Outten Anne Golden Parisis G. Filippatos Jack A. Raisner Scott Moss.
  • Practice Pointers on Opposeing the Affirmative Defense that the Employer Took Reasonable Steps to Prevent Sexual Harassment: Perspective of a Plaintiff's Attorney, Practising Law Institute PLI Order No. H0-00BA June 2001 Avoiding & Litigating Sexual Harassment Claims 2001 Wayne N. Outten Scott Moss.
  • Punishment and Democracy: Three Strikes and You're Out in California co-authored with Franklin E. Zimring and Gordon Hawkins, (Oxford University Press, 2001).
  • Are Some Words Better Left Unpublished?: Precedent and the Role of Unpublished Decisions, 3 J. Appellate Prac. & Process 397 (2001).
  • Perpetuating Stigma: Client Identity in Disability Rights Litigation, 247 Utah Law Review (2001).
  • A River (And $5 Billion in Infrastructure) Run Through It: Sustainability Slouches Towards Somerville’s Waterfront, 28 BOSTON COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS LAW REVIEW 565 (2001).
  • Book Review, 27 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION 1 (Winter, 2001) (reviewing D. Mazmanian and M. Kraft, eds., TOWARD SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES: TRANSITION AND TRANSFORMATIONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY (2000)).
  • Beyond Backyards and Bottom Lines, THE RUTLAND (VT) HERALD (Oct. 24, 2001).
  • The Old Growth Among Us, NORTHERN WOODLANDS (Fall, 2001).
  • Five Reasons Capitalism and Environmental Protection Are Compatible, MUTE MAGAZINE (U.K.) (May, 2001).
  • The United States Perspective, in KYOTO: FROM PRINCIPLES TO PRACTICE (Kluwer Press 2001).
  • We Live on the Edge of Extinction All the Time: Entrepreneurs, Innovation and the Plaintiffs‟ Bar in the Wake of Tort Reform, co-authored with Joanne Martin, in Jerry Van Hoy, ed., Legal Professions: Work, Structure and Organization. 149-180 (Elsevier Science, 2001).
  • Toward Constitutional Recognition of the Lesbian-Headed Family, 26 N.Y.U. REV. OF LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE 245 (2001).
  • When the Lights Go Out: How Power Outages Cause Real Time Environmental Issues and How To Manage Them, Environmental Protection, January 2001 (Vol. 13, No. 1, page 32).
  • A Cause Worth Quitting For? The Conflict Between Professional Ethics And Individual Rights In Discriminatory Treatment Of Corporate Counsel, 75 Ind. L.J. 963 (2000).
  • Comparative Negligence (Matthew Bender & Co.) (revision author, 1988-2000).
  • Notes from the Underground: Battered Women and Conceptions of State Accountability, 23 Harv. Women's L.J. 133 (Spring, 2000).
  • The Endangered Species Act Issues: An Introduction, American Law Institute - American Bar Association Continuing Legal Education October, 2000 SF34 ALI-ABA 289 Federal Lands in the West Embarking on the New Millennium.
  • The New Retroactivity Causation Standard,, 51 Ala. L. Rev. 1123 (2000).
  • The Lawyer's Amoral Ethical Role, Counseling and the Responsibility of the Client (Chuo University Press 2000) (Japanese translation by Professor Hiroshi Sumiyoshi of Chuo University).
  • International Take-Down Policy: A Proposal for the WTO and WIPO to Establish International Copyright Procedural Guidelines for Internet Service Providers, co-authored with Natalie A. Norman, 22 Hastings Comm. & Ent. L.J. 391 Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal (COMM/ENT) Spring Summer 2000 Article.
  • Multinational Economic Netowrk Effects and the Need for an International Antitrust Response from the World Trade Organization: A Case Study in Broadcast - Media and News Corporation, co-authored with Eric K. Weingarten, 21 U. Pa. J. Int'l Econ. L. 41 University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law Spring 2000 Article.
  • Network Effects in Technology Markets: Applying the Lessons of Intel and Microsoft to Future Clashes between AntiTrust and Intellectual Property, co-authored with Kevin B. Davis, 8 J. Intell. Prop. L. 1 Journal of Intellectual Property Law Fall, 2000 Articles.
  • Sofware Patents: A U.S. and E.U. Comparison, co-authored with Kurt Leyendecker & Steven L. Webb, 8 U. Balt. Intell. Prop. L.J. 1 University of Baltimore Intellectual Property Law Journal Spring 2000 Article.
  • Proceedings of the 2000 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Law and Religion: Religion in the Workplace, 4 Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal 89 (2000).
  • Think Globally, Act Locally: The Role of State and Local Ballot Initiatives in International Environmental Law, Colo. J. Int’l Entl L. & Pol’y (2000 Yearbook).
  • Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Colorado Appellate Handbook (Janice B. Davidson, J., ed., 3d ed., 2000) (K.K. DuVivier participated as an author in the revisions).
  • Neutral Assignment of Judges at the Court of Appeals, co-authored with Lee, 78 Texas L. Rev. 1037 (April 2000), cited as authority in Jenkins v. Bellsouth Corp., 2002 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 27582 (ND Ala. Sept. 13, 2002).
  • Corporate Governance Reform in the Former Soviet Union, co-authored with Shkurupiy, 7 Columbia Journal of Eastern European Affairs 629 (2000).
  • THE LAND THAT COULD BE: ENVIRONMENTALISM AND DEMOCRACY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY (MIT Press, 2000) (Winner, 2001 Best Book Award, American Political Science Association, Ecological and Transformational Politics Section; 2002 Time Magazine “The Green Century” Recommended Book; translated into one foreign language (Hindi)).
  • An Environmentalism We Cannot Live Without, ch. in National Neighborhood Coalition, ed., SMART GROWTH, BETTER NEIGHBORHOODS: COMMUNITIES LEADING THE WAY (National Neighborhood Coalition, 2000).
  • Brownfields and the Redevelopment of Communities, co-authored with R. Mares, ch. in R. Hofrichter, ed., RECLAIMING THE ENVIRONMENTAL DEBATE: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH IN A TOXIC CULTURE (MIT Press, 2000).
  • Toward a Global Model for Sustainable Urban Redevelopment: Extrapolating from the U.S. Experience, co-authored with T. Dyke, 4 CITY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES 44 (Fall, 2000).
  • Learning Lessons from Building Schools on Toxic Sites, THE BOSTON GLOBE (Dec. 3, 2000).
  • Civic Environmentalism in the City, THE BROWNFIELDS REPORT (Nov. 24, 2000).
  • Environmentalists and the Wish for Kings (Audio Commentary), NPR LIVING ON EARTH (Oct. 28, 2000).
  • Fruitvale Transit Village: A Sound Vehicle for Neighborhood Revitalization, ORION AFIELD MAGAZINE (Summer, 2000).
  • Land Use and Development as Toxic as Any Other Threat (Focus Section Essay), THE BOSTON GLOBE (Apr. 16, 2000).
  • The Impact That It Has Had is Between People‟s Ears: Tort Reform, Mass Culture, and Plaintiffs‟ Lawyers, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 50 DePaul Law Review 453-496 (2000).
  • Paths to Protection: A Comparison of Federal Protection Based on Disability and Sexual Orientation, 6 WILLIAM & MARY JOURNAL OF WOMEN & THE LAW 323 (2000).
  • Manufacturers' Responsibility for Harms Suffered by Victims of Counterfeiters: A Modern Elaboration of Causation Rules and Fundamental Tort Law Policies, 8 Currents: Int'l Trade L.J. 43 (Summer 1999).
  • Liability of Private Firms Performing Public Functions, TRIAL, Oct. 1999, at 60.
  • Shadow Law: Reasonable Unreasonableness, Habeas Theory, and the Nature of Legal Rules, 2 Buff. Crim. L. Rev 535 (1999).
  • A Reasonable Battered Mother? Redefining, Reconstructing and Recreating the Battered Mother in Child Protective Proceedings, 22 Harv. Women's L.J. 89 (Spring, 1999).
  • Interpreting Indian Country in State of Alaska V. Native Village of Venetie, 35 Tulsa L.J. 73 (1999).
  • ABA, NEPA Litigation Guide, Chapter 7 -- Decision Making and Judicial Review of Agency Decisions Under NEPA (1999).
  • Talking About Wilderness, 76 U. DENVER L. REV. 335 (1999).
  • The New Dominant Use Reality on Multiple Use Lands,, 44 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 1 (1999).
  • The Transformation on Public Lands, 26 Ecology L.Q. 140 Ecology Law Quarterly 1999 Thomas A. Carr Article.
  • Access to What?, 2 J. Inst. for Study Legal Ethics 269 Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics 1999 (symposium issue).
  • Lawyers' Ethics in the Gap between Law and Justice, 40 S. Tex. L. Rev. 181 South Texas Law Review Spring 1999 (symposium issue).
  • Resisting the Current, 52 Vand. L. Rev. 1015 Vanderbilt Law Review May, 1999 (symposium issue).
  • Executive Briefing: Ken Collins, MEP, Chair of the European Parliament's Environment Committee, 6 Corporate Environmental Strategy 85 (1999).
  • Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS (with completed forms and sample correspondence), a two-volume treatise in progress (publication anticipated in 1999 by American Bar Association) (Editor and Contributor), funded in part by the ABA Section of Taxation.
  • Encryption, Key Recovery, and Commercial Trade Secret Assets: A Proposed Legislative Model, co-authored with Charles P. Henderson, 25 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 97 Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 1999 Article.
  • Finding the Yellow Brick Road to Successful Law Practice, co-authored with Nancy Reichman, Paper presented at the Law & Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, Ill., May 1999.
  • Familiar Connections: A Personal Re/View of Latino/a Identity, Gender, and Class Issues in the Context of the Labor Dispute Between Sprint and La Conexion Familiar, 53 U. Miami L. Rev. 1065 University of Miami Law Review July, 1999.
  • Crime & Punishment in California: The Impact of Three Strikes and You're Out co-authored with Franklin E. Zimring and Gordon Hawkins, (Institute of Governmental Studies Press, 1999).
  • Toward a New Ecology: Bridging the Divide Between Environmental Protection and Community Building, 33 NEW ENGLAND LAW REVIEW 101 (1999).
  • Clean Politics and Clean Environment Go Together, THE BOSTON GLOBE (Oct. 2, 1999).
  • Needed: A Civic Action, CONSERVATION MATTERS: JOURNAL OF THE CONSERVATION LAW FOUNDATION (Spring, 1999).
  • Environmentalists Must Play Bigger Marketplace Role, THE BOSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL (Jan. 22, 1999).
  • Trends in International Environmental Law Affecting the Minerals Industry, co-authored with J. Otto & K. Naito, 17 JOURNAL OF ENERGY & NATURAL RESOURCES LAW 39 & 151 (1999).
  • It‟s Darwinism B Survival of the Fittest: How Markets and Reputations Shape the Way in Which Plaintiffs‟ Lawyers Obtain Clients, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 21 Law & Policy 377-399 (1999).
  • Book Note, 23 HARV. ENVTL. L. REV. 571 (1999) (reviewing MOSTAFA K. TOLBA, GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL DIPLOMACY: NEGOTIATING ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS FOR THE WORLD, 1973-1992 (1998)).
  • Egging on Lesbian Maternity: The Legal Implications of Tri-Gametic in Vitro Fertilization, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 431 (1999).
  • With All Due Deliberate Care..., 29 Colum. Hum Rts. L. Rev. 641 (1998).
  • Butterflies, Cave Spiders, Milk-Vetch, Bunchgrass, Sedges, Lilies, Checker-Mallows and Why the Prohibition Against Judicial Balancing of Harm Under the Endangered Species Act is a Good Idea, 22 WM. & MARY ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY REV. 313 (1998).
  • Four Failed Forest Standards: What We Can Learn from the History of the National Forest Management Act's Substantive Timber Management Provisions, 77 Or. L. Rev. 601 Oregon Law Review Summer 1998 Article.
  • Saving the Preble's mouse can also enhance the Front Range, 3/19/98 DENVERPOST B11 1998 WLNR 544430.
  • The Endangered Species Act: Impacts on Land Use and Development, Technical Paper No. 11, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute (1998).
  • Why Confidentiality?, 23 Law & Social Inquiry 331 (1998) (symposium issue).
  • Applying the Fundamentals of Lawyers' Ethics to Insurance Defense Practice, 4 Conn. Ins. L.J. 27 Connecticut Insurance Law Journal 1997-1998 (symposium issue).
  • The Essential Facilities Doctrine in the Deregulated Telecommunications Industry, co-authored with David A. Forkner & Brian P. Jumps, 13 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 565 Berkeley Technology Law Journal Spring 1998 Article.
  • From Legal Realism to Law and Society: Reshaping Law for the Last Stages of the Social Activist State, co-authored with Bryant Garth, 32 Law and Society Review (2) 1998.
  • Gender Penalties: The Results of the Careers and Compensation Study., co-authored with Cathlin Donnell and Nancy Reichman, Colorado Women's Bar Association, 1998.
  • The Arbitral Imperative iIn Labor and Employment Law, 47 Cath. U. L. Rev. 919 Catholic University Law Review Spring 1998 Taft-Hartley Symposium: The First Fifty Years.
  • Practical Applications of the Law: Wills, Trusts & Estates, Aspen Law and Business (1998).
  • Judge Warren Jones and the Supreme Court of Dixie, co-authored with Lee and Shakely, 59 Louisiana State University Law Journal 209 (Fall 1998).
  • Culture, Chaos and Capitalism: Privatization in Kazakhstan, 19 Pa.J.Int'l Economic Law 909 (Winter 1998).
  • A Green Approach to the Incinerator Site, THE BOSTON GLOBE (July 14, 1998).
  • Hypotheticals: Supreme Court Decision-Making and Constitutional Interpretation, co-authored with James R. Bowers, Longman 2 Publishers: 1998.
  • Punitive Damages, Change, and the Politics of Ideas: Defining Public Policy Problems, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 1998 University of Wisconsin Law Review 71-100 (1998).
  • That‟s 95% of the Game, Just Getting the Case: Markets, Norms and How Texas Plaintiffs Lawyers Get Clients, co-authored with Joanne Martin, American Bar Foundation Working Paper Series, 1998.
  • Torts Roadmap (Aspen Publishers, 1997).
  • Constitutional Law, in 1997 ANNUAL SURVEY OF COLORADO LAW, (1997).
  • The Burdens of Qualified Immunity: Summary Judgment and the Role of Facts in Constitutional Tort Law, 47 Am. U. L. Rev. 1 (1997).
  • Closing My Eyes and Remembering Myself: Reflections of a Lesbian Law Professor, 7 Colum. J. Gender & L. 167 (1997).
  • Book Chapter, On Objectivity, in Women's Images and Realities, -1997.
  • Pornophobia, Pornophilia, and the Need for a Middle Path, 5 Am. U. J. Gender & L. 393 (1997).
  • Human Population and the Loss of Biological Diversity -- Two Aspects of the Same Problem, 7 INT. J. ENVIRONMENT AND POLLUTION 62 (1997).
  • The United States Forest Service and National Park Service: Paradoxical Mandates, Powerful Founders, and the Rise and Fall of Agency Discretion, 74 Denv. U. L. Rev. 625 Denver University Law Review 1997 Symposium: the National Park System.
  • Legislative Retroactivity,, 52 Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law 81 (1997).
  • Takings and Causation,, 5 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 359 (1997).
  • Legislative Retroactivity, 52 Wash. U. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. 81 Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law 1997.
  • National Parks and the Recreation Resource, 74 Denv. U. L. Rev. 847 Denver University Law Review 1997 Symposium: the National Park System.
  • Takings and Causation, 5 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 359 William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal Summer 1997.
  • Disappearing Medusa: The Fate of Feminist Legal Theory?, 20 Harv. Women's L.J. 34 Harvard Women's Law Journal Spring, 1997 Perspectives on Our Progress: Twenty Years of Feminist Thought.
  • When The Irs Wants Your Client To Pay Trust Fund Taxes--Part I, 26-SEP Colo. Law. 117 Colorado Lawyer September, 1997 Specialty Law Column Steven R. Anderson.
  • When The IRS Wants Your Client To Pay Trust Fund Taxes--Part II, 26-OCT Colo. Law. 117 Colorado Lawyer October, 1997 Specialty Law Column Steven R. Anderson.
  • When the IRS Wants Your Client to Pay Trust Fund Taxes-Part III, 26-NOV Colo. Law. 105 Colorado Lawyer November, 1997 Specialty Law Column Steven R. Anderson.
  • Transnational Extradition for Computer Crimes: Are New Treaties and Law Needed?, co-authored with T. Muther and H.Brissette, 34 Harvard J on Legislation 317 (1997).
  • New Statuses and Structures in the Practice of Law, co-authored with Nancy Reichman, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Law & Society Association, Snowmass, CO, June 1997.
  • The Undemocratic Effects of Growth, THE BOSTON GLOBE (Aug. 11, 1997).
  • Redevelopment Efforts Could Benefit Hard-Hit Areas, BANKER & TRADESMAN (Jan. 27, 1997).
  • With All Due Deliberate Care, 40 Colum. J. Int’l Law 23 (1997).
  • Access Denied: The Subtle Effects of Tort Reform, co-authored with Joanne Martin, Trial, 26-33 (July 1997).
  • Persistence Is Not Always a Virtue: Tort Reform, Civil Liability for Health Care and the Lack of Empirical Evidence, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 15 Behavioral Sciences & The Law 3-19 (1997).
  • Lawyers from Denver co-authored with Philip E. Gauthier, Barbara N. Greenspahn, (University of Denver, 1996).
  • "Meet The New Boss . . . ", 73 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1253 (1996).
  • Doing the Nasty: An Argument for Bringing Same-Sex Erotic Conduct Back into the Courtroom, 81 Cornell L. Rev. 1135 (1996).
  • Neither Liberty Nor Justice: Anti-Gay Initiatives, Political Participation, and the Rule of Law, 5 Cornell J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 431 (1996).
  • The Empathy Principle, 6 Tulane J. L. & Sexuality 109 (1996).
  • Confronting Our Shared Legacy of Incongruous Land Ownership: Notes for a Research Agenda , 83 D.U. L. Rev. 1039 (1996).
  • Public Good and Private Magic in the Law of Land Trusts and Conservation Easements: A Happy Present and a Troubled Future, 73 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1077 Denver University Law Review 1996 Environmental Law.
  • The Road to Recovery: A New Way of Thinking About the Endangered Species Act, 23 ECOLOGY L. Q. 1 (1996).
  • Judicial Protection of Private Property in Natural Resources: The American Experience,, 14 J. of Energy and Natural Resources 262 (1996).
  • May CERCLA Apply Retroactively?, 25-OCT Colo. Law. 103 Colorado Lawyer October, 1996 John R. Jacus Specialty Law Column.
  • Alice Through a Very Dark and Confusing Looking Glass: Getting Equity From the Tax Court in Innocent Spouse Cases, 30 Fam. L.Q. 123 Family Law Quarterly Spring, 1996 Special Tax Symposium.
  • Antitrust Pitfalls in Licensing, co-authored with Sharon K. Black & Alexander R. Smith, Practising Law Institute PLI Order No. G4-3968 June & July, 1996 Intellectual Property Antitrust 1996.
  • Computer Crime Investigation & Prosecution: Substantive Statutes & Technical and Legal Search Considerations, co-authored with E. Banker and A. Smith, Air Force L.R. (1996).
  • Computer Crime: Substantive Statutues & Technical & Legal Search Considerations, co-authored with Alexander R. Smith & Elizabeth A. Banker, 39 A.F. L. Rev. 225 Air Force Law Review 1996.
  • Computer Law: Cases - Comments and Questions, co-authored with Peter B. Maggs and James A. Sprowl, West Publishing (1991) (Including Teachers Manual) (1996 Supplement).
  • Computer Technology and the Law, McGraw Hill, Colorado Springs, Colorado (1983) (Annual Supplements through 1999). (1996).
  • Software Maintenance License Prohibitions in the EU and the US, 27 IIC 804 (No. 6 1996) (Max Planck Institute, Munich Germany).
  • The Internet and the Single Document Rule: Searching for the Four Corners of the Electronic Paper, co-authored with Alexander Neudeck, 78 J Pat & Trademark Office Society 751 (1996).
  • Tales from the Trenches: A Narrative Study of the State of the Adversary System, co-authored with Conley, Reichman, and O'Barr, July 1996 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, Glasgow, Scotland.
  • A Simulation of Union Organizing in a Labor Law Class, 46 J. Legal Educ. 445 Journal of Legal Education September, 1996 Development.
  • Claiming Private Law for the Left: Exploring Gilmer's Impact and Legacy, 73 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1051 Denver University Law Review 1996 Labor/Employment Law.
  • Religious Accommodation and the National Labor Relations Act, 17 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 185 Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 1996.
  • Law and Technology: The Case for a Smart Gun Detector, 59-WTR Law & Contemp. Probs. 221 Law and Contemporary Problems Winter 1996 Kids, Guns, and Public Policy.
  • The Effect of "Three Strikes and You're Out" on the Courts: Looking Back to See the Future, In Three Strikes And You're Out: Vengeance As Public Policy (David Shichor & Dale K. Sechrest, eds., 1996) (with Malcolm Feeley).
  • Promoting Corporate Self-Compliance: An Examination of the Debate Over the Legal Protection for Environmental Audits, 23 Ecology Law Q. 631 (1996).
  • Getting Equity from the Tax Court in Innocent Spouse Cases, 72 Tax Notes 1787 (1996).
  • Of Banks, Brokers and the Case for Regulatory Intervention in the Russian Securities Markets, 32 Stanford International Law Journal 185 (1996).
  • The Concept of Environmental Justice and a Reconception of Democracy, 14 VIRGINIA ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL 579 (1996).
  • Historical Fiction: Punitive Damages, Change, and the Politics of Ideas, co-authored with Joanne Martin, American Bar Foundation Working Paper Series 1996.
  • The Ultimate Standard: Qualified Immunity in the Age of Constitutional Balancing Tests, 81 Iowa L. Rev. 261 (1995).
  • In the Name of Mother's and Children: Deconstructing the Myth of the Passive Battered Mother and the "Protected Child," in Child Protective Proceedings, 58 Alb. L.Rev. 1087; (1995).
  • Causation and the Unconstitutional Conditions Doctrine: Why the City of Tigard's Exaction Was a Taking, 72 Denv. U. L. Rev. 893 Denver University Law Review 1995 Symposium.
  • NEPA and Oil and Gas Development on Forest Service Lands, in The Natural Resources Law Manual at 205 (ABA Section of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law 1995).
  • Counseling at the Limits of the Law: An Exercise in the Jurisprudence and Ethics of Lawering, 104 Yale L.J. 1545 (1995).
  • Low-Income Taxpayers, 48 Tax Law. 1243 Tax Lawyer Summer, 1995 Important Developments During the Year William H. Lyons.
  • Legal Guide to Computer Crime: A Primer For Investigators and Lawyers, co-authored with E. Banker and A. Smith, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, United States Air Force, 1995.
  • Minimizing Reverse Engineering: Sample Language for Dueal United States and European Union Software Licenses, co-authored with Sharon K. Black-Keefer & Alexander R. Smith, 24 Denv. J. Int'l L. & Pol'y 145 Denver Journal of International Law and Policy Fall, 1995.
  • Working With The New Augmented Estate, 24 Colo. Law. 2337 Colorado Lawyer October, 1995 Specialty Law Column.
  • Justifying A Search for s Unifying Theory of Unconstitutional Conditions, 72 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1011 Denver University Law Review 1995 Symposium.
  • By Going Wrong All Things Come Right: Using Alternative Initiatives to Improve Citizen Lawmaking, 63 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1185 (1995).
  • Order from Disorder and the Development of the Russian Securities Markets, 15 U. Pa. J. Int'l Business Law 509 (Winter 1995).
  • The Great Fall: The Consequences of Repealing the Glass-Steagall Act, 2 Stanford J. of Law, Bus. & Finance 129 (Fall 1995).
  • ENVIRONMENTAL LAWYER’S EMPOWERMENT PRACTICE HANDBOOK, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 1995.
  • Environmental Justice and the Use of History, co-authored with C. Lord, 22 BOSTON COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS LAW REVIEW 1 (1995).
  • Civil Juries and the Politics of Reform, co-authored with Joanne Martin, Northwestern University Press: 1995.
  • Book Review of Austin Sarat and Thomas Kearns, eds., Law in Everyday Life, The Law and Politics Book Review, Vol 5. No. 3, 116-121 (March 1995).
  • Peace, Wealth, Happiness, And Small Claim Courts: A Case STUDY, co-authored with Deborah Zalesne, Kathleen Bridges, Kathryn Chenoweth, Lisa Fine, Jonathan L. Miller, & Kimberly White, 21 Fordham Urb. L.J. 343 Fordham Urban Law Journal Winter 1994.
  • Just When You Thought it was Safe . . . Nannygate II: The Sequel, 23 Colo. Lawyer 581 (March 1994).
  • Columnist Dershowitz Goes Too Far in Tirade on the `Gender War' To the Editor:, 9/21/94 TIMES UNION A8 1994.
  • Federal CERCLA Liability for Abandoned Mines, 23 Colo. Law. 371 Colorado Lawyer February, 1994 Natural Resource Notes.
  • Water Rights and Water Quality: Recent Developments, 23 Colo. Law. 2343 Colorado Lawyer October, 1994 Specialty Law Column.
  • Software Interoperability and Reverse Engineering, co-authored with Gus Winfield & Letty Friesen, 20 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 189 Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 1994 Symposium: Current Issues of Software Copyrightability.
  • The Use of Quiet Title and Declaratory Judgment Proceedings in Computer Software Ownership Disputes, co-authored with James Shortall, Jr. & Vernon A. Evans, 71 Denv. U. L. Rev. 543 Denver University Law Review 1994.
  • Industrial Policy and the Dangers of Emulating Japan, 27 George Washington J. of Int'l Law and Economics 1 (1994).
  • The Japanese Administrative State and the Regulation of Advertisements by Investment Advisors, 12 UCLA Pacific Basin Law Review 237 (Spring 1994).
  • Environmental Law, Environmental Justice and Democracy, co-authored with C. Lord, 96 WEST VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW 1117 (1994).
  • Book Chapter, Women and the Law, in Women's Images and Realities, Kesselman, Schneidewind, and McNair, eds.; -1993.
  • "The Colonization of the Womb", 43 DUKE. L.J. 492 (1993).
  • The Public Use Paradox and the Takings Clause, 13 J. Energy Nat. Resources & Envtl. L. 9 Journal of Energy, Natural Resources, and Environmental Law 1993.
  • The Takings Clause in America's Industrial States After Lucas, 24 U. Tol. L. Rev. 281 University of Toledo Law Review Winter, 1993.
  • Conflicting Paradigms of Religious Freedom: Liberty Versus Equality, 1993 Brigham Young University Law Review 7-62 (symposium issue).
  • We All Lose with Constitutional Amendment by Initiative, The Advocate, May 1993, at 3.
  • Japanese Banking Reform and the Occupation Legacy: Decompartmentalization, Deregulation, and Decentralization, 21 Denver J. Int'l Law 361 (1993).
  • Pragmatism and the Promise of Adjudication, 18 VERMONT LAW REVIEW 59 (1993).
  • The Meaning of Law (Book Review), 15 AMERICAN BOOK REVIEW 24 (1993) (reviewing R. Weisberg, POETHICS: AND OTHER STRATEGIES OF LAW AND LITERATURE (1992)).
  • Don't Kill the Messenger 'Till You Read the Message: Products Liability Verdicts in Six California Counties, 1970-90, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 16 Justice System Journal 69-95 (1993).
  • Considering "Claims Crisis" Claims Clearly, 69 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1085 (1992).
  • Book Chapter, Domestic Violence Litigation Strategies, McConnell, ed. (Published by the New York Supreme Court: Appellate Division, First Department); (1992).
  • "Use of Agency Deliberations by Reviewing Courts,", 69 Denver Univ. L. Rev. 121 (1992).
  • Energy and Natural Resources Law in a Nutshell (West Publishing, 1992).
  • Use of Agency Deliberations by Reviewing Courts, 69 Denv. U. L. Rev. 121 Denver University Law Review 1992.
  • Feminist Legal Method: Not So Scary, 2 UCLA Women's L.J. 1 (1992).
  • The United States Policy on HIV Infected Aliens: Is Exclusion an Effective Solution?, 7 Conn. J. Int'l L. 367 (1992).
  • A Practical Guide to Discovering Computerized Files in Complex Litigation, co-authored with Steven G. Austin, 11 Rev. Litig. 501 Review of Litigation Summer, 1992.
  • Of Heterosexism, National Security, and Federal Preemption: Addressing the Legal Obstacles to a Free Debate About Military Recruitment at Our Nation's Law Schools, 29 Hous. L. Rev. 301 Houston Law Review Summer, 1992.
  • Practical Applications of the Law: Real Property Transactions, Little, Brown & Co. (1992).
  • Why Kill All the Lawyers? Repeat Players and Strategic Advantage in Medical Malpractice Claims, co-authored with Mary Grossman and Joy Malby Bertrand, American Bar Foundation Working Paper Series 1992.
  • An Empirical Analysis of Closed Medical Malpractice Insurance Claims: The Wisconsin Health Care Liability Insurance Plan, 1976-1988, American Bar Working Paper Series 1992.
  • The Pragmatic Management of Error and the Origins of Malpractice Disputes, in Robert Dingwall and Paul Fenn, eds., Quality and Regulation in Health Care, 112-140 Routledge, London, (UK) (1992).
  • You Can't Interview the Dead, Book Review of McIntosh's The Appeal of the Civil Law and the Debate Over Longitudinal Studies of Courts, 16 Law and Social Inquiry 291-311 (1992).
  • Mediating Consumer Complaints (chapter in Duffy, et al., eds., Issues in Community Mediation (Guilford Press: 1991)).
  • The Limited Legitimacy of SEC Attorney Discipline: Defining the Commission's Role and Exploring Alternatives (chapter in ABA Section of Business Law, Selected Articles on Federal Securities Law (American Bar Association: 1991)).
  • Burns v. Reed--Narrowing the Prosecutor's Protection From Liability for Unconstitutional Conduct, 3 POLICE MISCONDUCT AND CIVIL RIGHTS LAW REPORT 121 (1991).
  • The Economics of Discrimination: The Three Fallacies of Croson, 100 Yale Law Journal 1033 (1991).
  • An Introduction to the Prohibition Against Takings in Section 9 of the Endangered Species Act of 1973: Learning to Live With a Powerful Species Preservation Law, 62 U. COLO. L. REV.109 (1991).
  • Paralysis By Analysis In The Forest Service Oil And Gas Leasing Program, 26 Land & Water L. Rev. 105 Land and Water Law Review 1991 Land and Water Division.
  • The Taxation of Affiliated Corporations (published in Summer, 1991 as a 100-page chapter in a 2-volume corporate tax treatise by Shepherds, McGraw-Hill).
  • A Proposed Legal Advisors' Road map for Software Developers: On the Shoulders of Giants May No Mudball Stand, co-authored with Robert D. Sprague, M. Susan Lombardi, and Carolyn M. Lindh, 191 Denver Law Journal 68, (Spring 1991 Symposium Issue).
  • Summary Judgment and Discovery Strategies in Antitrust and RICO Actions After Matsushita v. Zenith, co-authored with Andrew P. McCallin, 36 The Antitrust Bulletin 325 (1991).
  • Attorney Fees as Superfund Response Costs, Nat. Resources & Env’t, Summer 1991, at 34 (co-author).
  • The Duty of Candor, 2 J. Corp. Disc. & Conf. 341 (1991).
  • Discrimination, Managerial Discretion and the Corporate Contract, 26 Wake Forest Law Review 541 (1991).
  • International Human Rights Law and the Earth: The Protection of Indigenous Cultures and the Environment, 31 VIRGINIA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 479 (1991).
  • The National Park Service Act Revisited, 10 VIRGINIA ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL 339 (1991).
  • Reports from International Courts and Tribunals, co-authored with P. Sands, 1 YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 271 (1991).
  • Consumer Problems and ADR: An Analysis of the Federal Trade Commission-Ordered General Motors Mediation and Arbitration Program, 1990 J. Dispute Res. 267.
  • Insurance and the Limits of Rational Discrimination, 8 Yale Law & Policy Review 436 (1990).
  • "Pluralist Myths and Powerless Men: The Ideology of Reasonableness in Sexual Harassment Law", 90 YALE L.J. 1177 (1990).
  • "Oil and Gas Leasing on Forest Service Lands,", 5 Natural Res. and Environment 23 (1990).
  • "The Nature and Consequence of 'Valid Existing Rights' Status in Public Land Law,", 5 Journal of Mineral Law & Policy 399 (1990), reprinted in 28 Public Land and Resources Digest 121 (1991).
  • What is a "Material Injury" to a Water Right?, 19 Colo. Law. 1333 (1990).
  • Autonomy, Community, and Lawyers' Ethics, 19 Capital University Law Review 939-966 (1990) (symposium issue).
  • Advising Software Developers: Avoiding Copyright Infringements As Tough With Inconsistent Case Rules, co-authored with Robert Sprague, 9 Preventive L. R. 23 (1990).
  • Mandatory Disclosure of Beneficial Ownership, 1 J. Corp. Disc. & Conf. 241 (1990).
  • In Defense of Management Buyouts, 65 Tulane L. Rev. 57 (1990).
  • Myth and Reality in Punitive Damages, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 75 Minnesota Law Review 1-64 (1990).
  • Tracing the Shadow of the Law: Jury Verdicts in Medical Malpractice Cases, 14 Justice System Journal 4-39 (1990); reprinted in 40 Defense Law Journal 415-449 (1991).
  • Caseload Dynamics and the Nature of Change: The Civil Business of Trial Courts in Four Counties, 1870 to 1960, 24 Law & Society Review 299-320 (1990).
  • The Talismanic Use of Incomprehensible Writings: An Empirical and Legal Study of Words Displayed in TV Advertisements, 33 St. Louis U. L. Rev. 285 (1989).
  • "Water Quality Antidegradation,", 4 Natural Res. and Environment 19 (1989).
  • "Water Rights, Clean Water Act Section 404 Permitting, and the Takings Clause,", 60 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 901 (1989).
  • Practicing Law Before Part-Time Citizen Boards and Commissions, 18 Colo. Law. 1133 (1989).
  • Water Rights, Clean Water Act Section 404 Permitting, And The Takings Clause, 60 U. Colo. L. Rev. 901 University of Colorado Law Review 1989 Focus: Clean Water Act's Section 404.
  • Some Thoughts on Perspective, 4 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 301-311 (1989) (symposium issue).
  • A Brief for the Free Exercise Clause, 8 Journal of Law and Religion 323 (1989) (symposium issue).
  • Computer Security and the Protection of Sensitive But Not Classified Data: The Computer Security Act of 1987, co-authored with Elizabeth J. Bedient, 30 A.F.L. Rev. 135 (1989).
  • Software Patenting Trends: Who's Getting How Many of What?, co-authored with B.F. Smith, 1978-1987, J. Patent & Trademark Office Spring 1989.
  • Rationalizing The Disclosure Process: The Summary Annual Report, co-authored with Detore, 39 Case Western Law Review 39 (March 1989), reprinted in SECURITIES LAW REVIEW (Clark Boardman; 1990).
  • Regulatory Intervention in the Market for Corporate Control, 23 U.C. (Davis) L. Rev. 1 (1989).
  • The Question of Jury Competence and the Politics of Tort Reform, 52 Law and Contemporary Problems 269-310 (1989).
  • The Aetna Article: A Comment, 52 Law and Contemporary Problems 323 (1989).
  • Jury Verdicts in Medical Malpractice Cases, 25 Trial 23-30 (May 1989).
  • The Shadow of the Law: Jury Decisions in Obstetrics/Gynecology Cases, co-authored with Lori B. Andrews, in Victoria Rostow and Roger Bulger, eds., Medical Professional Liability and the Delivery of Obstetrical Care, 161-193 Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press (1989).
  • Militarism, Male Dominance, and Law: Feminist Jurisprudence as Oxymoron?, 12 Harv. Women’s L.J. 25 (1989).
  • "Protection From Government Action Affecting Private Property Rights in Natural Resources in the United States,", 5 Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law 59 (1988).
  • "Regulation of Natural Resources Use and Development in Light of the 'New' Takings Clause,", 34 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 1 (1988).
  • "Uncloaking Law School Hiring,", 38 J. of Legal Ed. 345 (1988).
  • Assault on the Citadel, Part I: Water Quality Laws and the Exercise of Water Rights, 17 Colo. Law. 1305 (1988).
  • Assault on the Citadel, Part II: Dams, Diversions, and Water Quality Regulations, 17 Colo. Law. 2003 (1988).
  • Orwellian Constitutional Issues: Information Privacy, Security, and The New Technology, co-authored with with Susan J. Oran, Constitution 2000 (Chapter 8) (1988) (Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia).
  • The Shareholder Communication Rules and the Securities & Exchange Commission: An Exercise in Regulatory Utility or Futility?, 13 J. of Corp. Law 683 (1988), cited in Delaware v. New York, 507 U.S. 490 (1993); Krim v. pcOrder.com, 402 F.3d 489 (5th Cir. March 1, 2005); Regulation of Securityholder Communications, Exchange Act Release No. 29315 (June 17, 1991).
  • The Discontinuous Nature of Change: Institutional Constraints and Caseload Dynamics in Illinois Courts, 1880 to 1960, American Bar Foundation Working Paper Series 1988.
  • Empirical Patterns in Punitive Damage Cases: A Description of Incidence Rates and Awards, co-authored with Joanne Martin, American Bar Foundation Working Paper Series 1988.
  • A Tangled Story: Studying State Supreme Courts, 22 Law & Society Review 833-863 (1988).
  • Monetary Damages for False Advertising, 49 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 1 (1987).
  • Constitutional Limits on Police Power Regulations Affecting the Exercise of Water Rights, 16 Colo. Law. 1626 (1987).
  • Government Interference With Private Interests In Public Resources, 11 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 1 Harvard Environmental Law Review 1987 Richard A. Westfall.
  • Innocent Spouse Relief: A Call for Legislative and Judicial Liberalization, 40 Tax Lawyer 819 (1987).
  • "Software License and Maintenance Agreements" Chapter on Selecting Software Packages for Financial Institutions co-authored with Sue Oran, (Bank Administration Institute, Chicago, Illinois) (1987).
  • A Comparison of German and U.S. Experiences in Software Copyrights, 6 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 751 (1987).
  • Cash Management After E.F. Hutton, co-authored with Michael C. Tierney, 170 The Bankers Magazine 25 (1987).
  • The Legal Environment of Commercial Database Administration, co-authored with Jay Batson, 27 Jurimetrics 297 (1987).
  • Corporate Secrecy, the Federal Securities Laws, and the Disclosure of Ongoing Negotiations, 36 Cath. L. Rev. 93 (1987), cited favorably in Basic, Inc. v. Levinson, 485 U.S. 224 n.12 (1988).
  • Are Jury Awards Increasing?, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 26 Judges' Journal 10-15, 45-47 (Winter 1987).
  • Due Process As Consumer Protection: State Remedies For Distant Forum Abuse, 20 Akron L. Rev. 9 (1986).
  • A New Approach to Spanish and Mexican Land Grants and the Public Trust Doctrine: Defining the Property Interest Protected by the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, 33 UCLA L. REV. 1364 (1986).
  • A Rejoinder to Professors Kaufman and Luban, 1986 American Bar Foundation Research Journal 657-673.
  • Taking the Free Exercise Clause Seriously, 1986 Brigham Young University Law Review 299-336 (symposium issue).
  • The Constitution and Religious Pluralism, published in The Embattled Constitution, pp 92-115 (A. Grundman, ed.) (Robert Kreiger 1986).
  • The Lawyer's Amoral Ethical Role: A Defense, A Problem, and Some Possibilities, 1986 American Bar Foundation Research Journal 613-635.
  • Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life: New Theories of Recovery, in Abortion, Policy, and the Law 178-194 (J.D. Butler and D.F. Walbert eds., Facts on File Publishing Company) 1986.
  • The Barbados Decision, ABA Section of Taxation Newsletter, Winter, 1986.
  • Computer and Software Law Audits, co-authored with Stephen D. Shirey, 2 Software Law Journal 201 (1986).
  • Jury Verdicts and the `Crisis' in Civil Justice: Some Findings from an Empirical Study, co-authored with Joanne Martin, 11 Justice System Journal 321-348 (1986).
  • The Punitive Damage Dilemma in Products Liability Cases: Fact or Fiction, Part II, co-authored with Joanne Martin, Products Liability:Commentary & Cases, September, 1986.
  • The Punitive Damage Dilemma in Products Liability Cases: Fact or Fiction, Part I, co-authored with Joanne Martin, Products Liability Commentary & Cases, August 1986.
  • Are Caseloads Really Increasing? Not Necessarily, Judges' Journal, Summer 1986:35-41.
  • Punitive Damages: The Real Story, 72 American Bar Association Journal 60-63, August 1986.
  • The Emergence of Feminist Jurisprudence: An Essay, 95 Yale L.J. 1373 (1986).
  • Controlling False Advertising: A Comparative Study of Public Regulation, Industry Self-Policing and Private Litigation, 20 Ga. L. Rev. 1 (1985).
  • Jensen v. Quaring: Will the Supreme Court Clarify Freedom of Religion Doctrine?, National Law Journal, April 8, 1985, pp. 24-26.
  • Human Genetics and the Law, McInerney, J., THE AMERICAN BIOLOGY TEACHER October 1985, at 396.
  • The Evolving Due Diligence Requirement of the Service in Determining a Taxpayer's Last Known Address, 41 Tax. L. Rev. 111 (1985).
  • The New Tax Court Rules on Partnership Litigation, ABA Section of Taxation Newsletter, Summer, 1985.
  • Book ReviewOut of the Inner Circle: A Hacker's Guide to Computer Security (By Bill Landreth) (Microsoft Press) (Rocky Mountain News, Book Review) (June 1985).
  • Computer Software in Public Schools, 28 Ed. Law Rep. 315 West's Education Law Reporter 1986 Commentary Dwight L. Pringle (1985).
  • Micro Tax Software: A Bargain?, 14 Colo. Law. 393 Colorado Lawyer March, 1985 Carole Thomas.
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  • Food Art: Protecting Food Presentation Under U.S. Intellectual Property Law, John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, Forthcoming.

Sam Kamin

Director, Constitutional Rights & Remedies Program and Professor

Jan G. Laitos

John A Carver, Jr. Professor of Law

  • Hornbook on Natural Resources Law (forthcoming) West Academic (2015).
  • Principles of Natural Resources Law, West Academic (with Zellmer) (2014).
  • The Problem of Amenity Migrants in North America and Europe, 45 The Urban Lawyer (2014).
  • Zombie Subdivisions in America and Ghost Developments in Europe: Lessons for Local Governments, co-authored with Rachel Martin, Denver Law Review Online (April 2014).
  • Law of Property Rights Protection: Limitations on Governmental Powers, Aspen Publishers (2013).
  • Standing and Environmental Harm: The Double Paradox, 31 Virginia Envtl. L. Rev. 55 (2013).
  • Cases and Materials on Natural Resources Law 2d Edition (Thompson West 2012) (with Zellmer and Wood) and Teachers Manual (West, 2013).
  • Teacher’s Manual for Cases and Materials on Natural Resources Law co-authored with Sandi B. Zellmer, Mary C. Wood, (Thompson West) (2013).
  • Rules of Law for Nature’s Use and Nonuse, chapter in Rules of Law for Nature: New Dimensions and Ideas in Environmental Law, Christina Voigt, ed. (Cambridge University Press) (2013).
  • The Clean Water Act and the Challenge of Agricultural Pollution, 37 Vermont Law Review 1033 (2013).
  • Cyanide, Mining and the Environment, 30 Pace Environmental Law Review 869 (2013).
  • Cases and Materials on Natural Resources Law 3d Edition, Thompson West (2012).
  • The Current Status of Cyanide Regulations, 34 Engineering and Mining Journal (February 2012).
  • The Role of Causation in Takings Claims, 20 William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal 1181 (2012).
  • The Current Status of Cyanide Regulations, 34 Engineering and Mining Journal (2012).
  • Equal Protection in Property and Planning, 64 Planning and Environmental:Law Review 4 (2012).
  • The Role of Brownfields as Sites for Mixed-Use Development Projects in America & Britain, Perspectives on International Law in an Era of Change 492 (2012).
  • The Right of Nonuse, Oxford University Press (2012).
  • The Regulation of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Waste 2d ed., co-authored with Applegate, Foundation Press 2011.
  • The Social Benefits of Property Rights Protection, Government Interventions and the European Court on Human Rights, Indiana International & Comparative Law Review (2011).
  • The Growing Rule of Nonuse Values in Land Use Planning and Environmental Law, 63 Planning & Environmental Law Review (2011).
  • Property Rights, Housing and the American Constitution: The Social Benefits of Property Rights Protection, Government Interventions and the European Court on Human Rights’ Hutten-Czapska Decision, co-authored with Professor Ed Ziegler, Indiana International and Comparative Law Review, Vol. 21, No. 25 (2011).
  • The Emerging Role of Nonuse Values in Land Use Planning, co-authored with Swan, Land Use and Environmental Law published by American Planning Association. Vol. 63, Issue 3 (2011).
  • Property Rights, Housing, and the American Constitution: The Social Benefits of Property Rights Protection, Government Interventions, and the European Court of Human Rights’ Hutten – Czapska Decision, 21 , co-authored with Ed Ziegler, 21 Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 25 (2011).
  • Public-Private Partnerships in America for an Urban Mix Regeneration Site Development: The Case of the Polluted Gates Rubber Plant in Denver, New Housing Researchers Colloquium: ENHR (2011).
  • The Regulation of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Waste, co-authored with John Applegate, 2nd edition, Foundation Press (2011).
  • The Regulation of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Waste, Instructor’s Manual, co-authored with John Applegate, 2nd edition, Foundation Press (2011).
  • “Takings,” in Environmental Protection of Colorado Real Property, Bradford Publishing (2011).
  • The Law of Hazardous Waste and Toxic Substances, Foundation Press (2011).
  • The Growing Acceptance of Nonuse Values in Land Use Planning, Planning and Environmental Law Review, American Planning Association (2011).
  • Environmental Regulation of Colorado Real Property (co-author, Bradford Press, (2011).
  • The Law of Property Rights Protection (Aspen Law and Business 2010).
  • The Right of Nonuse, 25 Oregon Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation 303 (2010).
  • The Emerging Right of Nonuse, 55 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Annual Inst. 25-1 (2010).
  • The Problem With Wilderness, Harvard Environmental Law Review (2008).
  • The Problem With Wilderness, 32 Harvard Environmental Law Review 503 (2008).
  • The Law of Airspace Near Public Runways, 59 Planning and Environmental Law Review 1 (2007).
  • The Law of RCRA and CERCLA (Foundation Press, 2006).
  • Recreation Wars for Our Natural Resources (Foundation Press, 2006).
  • Literature Review of Severed Minerals, Split Estates, Rights Of Access, and Surface Use in Mineral Extraction, 2005 No. 1 Rocky Mt. Min. L. Fdn. Paper No. 1B Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Severed Minerals, Split Estates, Rights of Access, and Surface Use in Mineral Extraction Operations Paper 1B John A. Carver, Jr.,.
  • The Management of Hazardous Waste (Foundation Press, 2005).
  • Multi-Layered, and Sequential, State and Local Barriers to Extractive Resource Development, 23 Va. Envtl. L.J. 1 Virginia Environmental Law Journal 2004 Elizabeth H. Getches Article.
  • Recreation Wars for Our Natural Resources, 34 Envtl. L. 1091 Environmental Law Fall 2004 Symposium Rachael B. Reiss.
  • The Multiple to Dominant Use Paradigm Shift in Natural Resources Management, 24 J. Land Resources & Envtl. L. 221 Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental Law 2004.
  • Height Restrictions Near Airports: Physical Takings, Regulatory Takings, or Police Power Exercises, 55 Land Use Law & Zoning Digest 3 (Sept. 2003).
  • Whose Law Governs? State and Local Regulation on Federal Lands, and Federal Regulation on State Lands, 49 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 2003.
  • Hornbook on Natural Resources Law (West Publishing, 2002).
  • The Law of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Wastes (Foundation Press, 2000), and Teacher's Manual (300 pages) (2002).
  • The Moral Austerity of Environmental Decisionmaking (Duke Univ. Press, 2002) (contributing author).
  • The New Retroactivity Causation Standard,, 51 Ala. L. Rev. 1123 (2000).
  • The New Dominant Use Reality on Multiple Use Lands,, 44 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 1 (1999).
  • The Transformation on Public Lands, 26 Ecology L.Q. 140 Ecology Law Quarterly 1999 Thomas A. Carr Article.
  • Legislative Retroactivity,, 52 Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law 81 (1997).
  • Takings and Causation,, 5 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 359 (1997).
  • Legislative Retroactivity, 52 Wash. U. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. 81 Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law 1997.
  • National Parks and the Recreation Resource, 74 Denv. U. L. Rev. 847 Denver University Law Review 1997 Symposium: the National Park System.
  • Takings and Causation, 5 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 359 William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal Summer 1997.
  • Judicial Protection of Private Property in Natural Resources: The American Experience,, 14 J. of Energy and Natural Resources 262 (1996).
  • May CERCLA Apply Retroactively?, 25-OCT Colo. Law. 103 Colorado Lawyer October, 1996 John R. Jacus Specialty Law Column.
  • Causation and the Unconstitutional Conditions Doctrine: Why the City of Tigard's Exaction Was a Taking, 72 Denv. U. L. Rev. 893 Denver University Law Review 1995 Symposium.
  • NEPA and Oil and Gas Development on Forest Service Lands, in The Natural Resources Law Manual at 205 (ABA Section of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law 1995).
  • Federal CERCLA Liability for Abandoned Mines, 23 Colo. Law. 371 Colorado Lawyer February, 1994 Natural Resource Notes.
  • Water Rights and Water Quality: Recent Developments, 23 Colo. Law. 2343 Colorado Lawyer October, 1994 Specialty Law Column.
  • The Public Use Paradox and the Takings Clause, 13 J. Energy Nat. Resources & Envtl. L. 9 Journal of Energy, Natural Resources, and Environmental Law 1993.
  • The Takings Clause in America's Industrial States After Lucas, 24 U. Tol. L. Rev. 281 University of Toledo Law Review Winter, 1993.
  • "Use of Agency Deliberations by Reviewing Courts,", 69 Denver Univ. L. Rev. 121 (1992).
  • Energy and Natural Resources Law in a Nutshell (West Publishing, 1992).
  • Use of Agency Deliberations by Reviewing Courts, 69 Denv. U. L. Rev. 121 Denver University Law Review 1992.
  • Paralysis By Analysis In The Forest Service Oil And Gas Leasing Program, 26 Land & Water L. Rev. 105 Land and Water Law Review 1991 Land and Water Division.
  • "Oil and Gas Leasing on Forest Service Lands,", 5 Natural Res. and Environment 23 (1990).
  • "The Nature and Consequence of 'Valid Existing Rights' Status in Public Land Law,", 5 Journal of Mineral Law & Policy 399 (1990), reprinted in 28 Public Land and Resources Digest 121 (1991).
  • What is a "Material Injury" to a Water Right?, 19 Colo. Law. 1333 (1990).
  • "Water Quality Antidegradation,", 4 Natural Res. and Environment 19 (1989).
  • "Water Rights, Clean Water Act Section 404 Permitting, and the Takings Clause,", 60 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 901 (1989).
  • Practicing Law Before Part-Time Citizen Boards and Commissions, 18 Colo. Law. 1133 (1989).
  • Water Rights, Clean Water Act Section 404 Permitting, And The Takings Clause, 60 U. Colo. L. Rev. 901 University of Colorado Law Review 1989 Focus: Clean Water Act's Section 404.
  • "Protection From Government Action Affecting Private Property Rights in Natural Resources in the United States,", 5 Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law 59 (1988).
  • "Regulation of Natural Resources Use and Development in Light of the 'New' Takings Clause,", 34 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 1 (1988).
  • "Uncloaking Law School Hiring,", 38 J. of Legal Ed. 345 (1988).
  • Assault on the Citadel, Part I: Water Quality Laws and the Exercise of Water Rights, 17 Colo. Law. 1305 (1988).
  • Assault on the Citadel, Part II: Dams, Diversions, and Water Quality Regulations, 17 Colo. Law. 2003 (1988).
  • Constitutional Limits on Police Power Regulations Affecting the Exercise of Water Rights, 16 Colo. Law. 1626 (1987).
  • Government Interference With Private Interests In Public Resources, 11 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 1 Harvard Environmental Law Review 1987 Richard A. Westfall.
  • Energy Resources and Policy Problems, in Energy in American History, (Pergamon Press, 1983).
  • "Utility Use of Renewable Resources: Legal and Economic Implications,", 59 Denver Law Journal 1 (1982), reprinted in Public Utilities Law Anthology (International Library Press, 1982).
  • "The Effect of Water Law on the Development of Oil Shale,", 58 Denver Law Journal 751 (1981).
  • Economic and Regulatory Issues Raised by Utility Involvement in Central and Decentralized Solar Applications, SERI Rept., TR-744-1338 (1981).
  • Proceedings: SERI-ERA Workshop on Electric Utility Involvement in Residential Solar Applications, SERI Rept. CP 733-781 (1981).
  • Prospects for Utility Involvement in Residential Solar Applications, in Energy and Communications in Transition (Michigan State University Press, 1981).
  • Utilities and Solar Energy, in Legal Aspects of Solar Energy (Lexington Press, 1981).
  • A Legal-Economic History of Air Pollution Controls (Carrollton Press, 1980).
  • Regulated Utilities and Solar Energy (Callaghan Press, 1980).
  • "May Regulated Utilities Monopolize the Sun?,", 56 Denver Law Journal 31 (1979).
  • Public Policy Questions Posed by the Rise of a Solar Energy Industry in Colorado, Colorado Energy Research Institute Report 1979.
  • Regulated Utilities and Solar Energy: A Legal-Economic Analysis of the Major Issues Affecting the Solar Commercialization Effort, SERI Rept. TR-62-255 (June 1979).
  • "A Leap of Faith: Some Observations on Law's Effect Upon the Earth's Natural Resources,", 25 Am. Univ. L. Review 131 (1975).
  • "Continuities from the Past Affecting Resource Use and Conservation Patterns,", 28 Okla. L. Rev. 60 (1975).
  • "Legal institutions and Pollution: Some Intersections Between Law and History,", 15 Natural Resources Journal 423 (1975).
  • The Social and Economic Roots of Judge-Made Air Pollution Policy in Wisconsin,", 58 Marq. L. Rev. 465 (1975).
  • "The Limits of the Law: Institutional Failures of the Air Pollution Variance Board,", 44 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 513 (1973).
  • "Institutional Response to an Environmental Crisis: The Failure of State Air Pollution Control,", 48 Denver L. J. 519 (1972).
  • "Judicial Limitations on Holder in Due Course Claims,", 42 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 439 (1971).
  • The Effect of Full Faith and Credit on Cognovit Judgments, 42 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 1973 (cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in Overmyer v. Frank 405 U.S. 174 (1972)) (1970).

Christopher Lasch

Assistant Professor

Law School Clinical Program

Nancy Leong

Associate Professor with Tenure

Justin Marceau

Associate Professor

Kris McDaniel-Miccio

Professor

George W. (Rock) Pring

Professor Emeritus of Law

Laura Rovner

Ronald V. Yegge Clinical Director and Associate Professor

Law School Clinical Program

Robin Walker Sterling

Assistant Professor

Law School Clinical Program

Against the statistical backdrop showing that minorities are overrepresented in the criminal justice system, Robin Walker Sterling urges criminal defense attorneys to employ concrete tactics and strategies in their cases to “get race discrimination and bias issues before the court and on the record.” Disproportionate minority contact (DMC), she writes, results from day-to-day practices relied on at every stage of the criminal justice system—from discretion exercised by police on the street, to narrowed legal definitions of what constitutes racism and discrimination, to prosecutorial practices disadvantaging minority defendants, and so on. Her prescriptive suggestions, she argues, would shine the light of day on these systemic causes of DMC and make them an express part of discourse, inside and outside the courtroom, about the directions the criminal justice system has taken. See “Raising Race,” in the April 2011 edition of THE CHAMPION, a publication of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. www.NACDL.org