Before Marriage Was Possible, Gay People Adopted One Another. Now Sons Need to Become Husbands, Slate (2015)
A Cruel Cap: Amtrak Crash Victims Are Unlikely to Be Compensated Fairly for their Losses, Slate (2015)
After the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: 'The Great Invisible' Reveals What Happened to the Victims, Slate (2014)
Bespoke Babies: A White Woman Was Accidentally Impregnated with a Black Donor’s Sperm. Now She’s Suing, Slate (2014)
Pay Up, BP: It’s Outrageous for the Company to Wriggle out of the Settlement for the Gulf Coast Oil Spill, Slate (2014)
Ball of Con(stitutional)Fusion: The Supreme Court’s Evolving Gay Rights Jurisprudence, Controversies in Equal Protection Cases in America: Race, Gender and Sexual Orientation (2015)
Business Owners Must Serve Gays: But They Don’t Have to Like It, Politico (2015)
Jonathan Rauch’s Staggeringly Naive View of LGBTQ Lives, Slate (2013)
Book Review Essay: Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy, by Emily Bazelon (Random House 2013), Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review (2013)
Drawing on the author’s work in considering the problem of bullying from a public health,...
More than the Victims: A Population-Based, Public Health Approach to Bullying of LGBT Youth, Rutgers Law Record (2011)
Although young people have always been bullied, recent high-profile cases involving LGBT kids have drawn...
Spielberg Reconsidered─Problems in Application and Content of the Deferral Doctrine, Fordham Law Review (1981)
Graduate Legal Education in the United States, International Graduate (1998)
Sometimes a Great Notion: Panning for Gold in “The President’s Marriage Agenda for the Forgotten Sixty Percent”, FamilyScholars Symposium Series (2012)
California Should Not Pass "Multiple Parents" Bill (with Elizabeth Marquardt), HuffPost (2012)
Comparative and Foreign Law
Toward a Mature Doctrine of Informed Consent: Lessons from A Comparative Law Analysis (with King-Jean Wu, Oluyomi Faparusi, and Eric J. Juray), British Journal of American Legal Studies (2012)
This article undertakes a comparative, critical evaluation of the law of informed consent as it...
Health Law and Policy
Casinos for Seniors: Full of Sound and Light, Signifying Emptiness, HuffPost (2014)
Bullying, Litigation, and Populations: The Limited Effect of Title IX, Western New England Law Review (2013)
During the past few years, the problem of school bullying has gained national prominence. Scholars,...