GW Law Faculty Publications
U.S. Court of Appeals. District of Columbia Circuit. Task Force of the District of Columbia Circuit on Gender, Race and Ethnic Bias. Gender, Race and Ethnic Bias Task Force Project in the D.C. Circuit. Washington, DC: The Task Force, 1995.
LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
Federal Prosecutorial Independence, 15 Duke J. Const. L. & Pub. Pol'y 217 (2020).
Categorical Confusion in Personal Jurisdiction Law, 76 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 657 (2019).
Procedural Checks: How the Constitution (and Congress) Control the Power of the Three Branches, 13 Duke J. Const. L. & Pub. Pol'y 211 (2017), http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1138&context=djclpp.
"The Many Connections Between Well-Being and Professionalism in the Practice of Law: Implications for Teaching," 36 University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review 263-272 (2014).
"Contempt of Congress v. Executive Privilege," 14 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 77-158 (2011).
"The Timing of Minimum Contacts After Goodyear and McIntyre," 80 The George Washington Law Review 202-242 (2011).
"The Timing of Minimum Contacts," 79 The George Washington Law Review 101-160 (2010).
"Protecting the Appropriations Power: Why Congress Should Care About Settlements at the Department of Justice," 2009 Brigham Young University Law Review 327-379.
(With Peterson, Elizabeth Waters.) "Stemming the Tide of Law Student Depression: What Law Schools Need to Learn from the Science of Positive Psychology," 9 Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics 357-434 (2009).
"The Misguided Law of Compulsory Counterclaims in Default Cases," 50 Arizona Law Review 1107-1146 (2008).
"Oh, Behave!" 44 Legal Affairs, no. 6, p. 16-18 (Nov./Dec. 2005).
"Congressional Investigations of Federal Judges." 90 Iowa Law Review 1-66 (2004).
"Congressional Power over Pardon & Amnesty: Legislative Authority in the Shadow of Presidential Prerogative." 38 Wake Forest Law Review 1225-1281 (2003).
"Congressional Oversight of Open Criminal Investigations." 77 Notre Dame Law Review 1373-1448 (2002).
"Controlling the Federal Courts Through the Appropriations Process." 1998 Wisconsin Law Review 993-1050 (1998).
"Studying the Impact of Race and Ethnicity in the Federal Courts." (Including the Report of the Special Committee on Race and Ethnicity of the D.C. Circuit Task Force on Gender, Race and Ethnic Bias). 64 George Washington Law Review 173-341 (1996).
"Restoring Structural Checks in Judicial Power in the Era of Managerial Judging." 29 U.C. Davis Law Review 41-113 (1995).
"The Role of the Executive Branch in the Discipline and Removal of Federal Judges." 1993 University of Illinois Law Review 809-896 (1993).
"Prosecuting Executive Branch Officials for Contempt of Congress." 66 New York University Law Review 563-632 (1991).
(with McMillan, Richard, Jr.). "The Permissible Scope of Hearings, Discovery and Additional Fact-Finding During Judicial Review of Information Agency Action." 1982 Duke Law Journal 333-390 (1982).
(with McMillan, Richard, Jr.). "Discovery in Judicial Review of Informal Agency Action." 8 Litigation 33 (1981).
The Moral Obligation of Law Schools to Address Law Student Well-Being: A Review Essay About The Happy Lawyer, 30 Notre Dame J. L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 67 (2016).
"The Law and Politics of Shared National Security Power." Review of The National Security Constitution: Sharing Power after the Iran-Contra Affair, by Harold Hongju Koh. 59 George Washington Law Review 747-773 (1991).
(With Levit, Nancy and Naomi Cahn). The Law Profs, May 2012-Present.
Available at: http://bal.wolterskluwerlb.com/author/thelawprofs/.