Margaret Kwoka

First-Person FOIA, 127 Yale Law Journal – (forthcoming 2018).

The Procedural Exceptionalism of National Security Secrecy, 97 Boston University Law Review 103 (2017).

Inside FOIA, Inc., 126 The Yale Law Journal Forum 265 (2016).

FOIA, Inc., 65 Duke Law Journal 1361 (2016).

Securing Access to National Security Information, 67 Administrative Law Review Accord 78 (2016) (invited review).

Leaking and Legitimacy, 48 UC Davis Law Review 1387 (2015).

Setting Congress Up To Fail, 17 Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy 97 (2015) (symposium contribution).

Judicial Rejection of Transsubstantivity: The FOIA Example, 15 Nevada Law Journal 1493 (2015) (symposium contribution).

Deference, Chenery, and FOIA, 73 Maryland Law Review 1060 (2014).

Deferring to Secrecy, 54 Boston College Law Review 185 (2013).

Intersecting Experiential Education and Social Justice Teaching, 6 Northeastern University Law Journal 111 (2013) (symposium contribution).

The Freedom of Information Act Trial, 61 American University Law Review 217 (2011).

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).

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).

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.

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