- Negligence and Insufficient Activity: The Missing Paradigm in Torts
- Law's Expressive Value in Combating Cyber Gender Harassment
- Shareholder Compensation as Dividend
- "Once Victim, Always Victim": Compensated Individuals Under the Amended Sentencing Guidelines on Fraud
- Evaluating Punishment in Purgatory: The Need to Separate Pretrial Detainees' Conditions-of-Confinement Claims from Inadequate Eighth Amendment Analysis
- Assessing the Chrysler Bankruptcy
- Do Liquidated Damages Encourage Breach? A Psychological Experiment
- Antiques Roadshow: The Common Law and the Coming Age of Groundwater Marketing
- The Tax Injunction Act and Federal Jurisdiction: Reasoning from the Underlying Goals of Federalism and Comity
- Zoya's Standing Problem, or, When Should the Constitution Follow the Flag?
- The Price of Conflict: War, Taxes, and the Politics of Fiscal Citizenship
- Misunderstanding Lawyers' Ethics
- The Future of Books Related to the Law?
- A Portrait of the Internet as a Young Man
- Nudge, Choice Architecture, and Libertarian Paternalism
- Why Care About Mass Incarceration?
- Aldous Huxley's Brave New World - Still a Chilling Vision After All These Years
- Rationalism in Regulation
- Can Criminal Law be Controlled?
- A Planet By Any Other Name…
- Our Not-So-Great Depression
- A Review of Richard A. Posner, How Judges Think (2008)
- Leaps and Bounds
- Visionary Pragmatism and the Value of Privacy in the Twenty-First Century
- The Vitality of the American Sovereign