Representative Publications


The Comparative Turn: Accident, Coincidence or Fate, Harvard Law Review Forum (2012)


The World, through the Judge’s Eye, Australian Year Book of International Law (2009)




A Reply to Jamal Greene, I-CONnect Blog (2013)
The New Economic and Social Rights, American Society of International Law, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (2013)


Rights As Footprints: A New Metaphor For Contemporary Human Rights Practice (with Jeremy Perelman), Northwestern Journal of International Human Rights (2010)


Freedom, Want, and Economic and Social Rights: Frame and Law, Maryland Journal of International Law (2009)

Contributions to Books


Adjudicating Social and Economic Rights: Can Democratic Experimentalism Help? (with Sandra Liebenberg), Social and Economic Rights in Theory and Practice: A Critical Assessment (2014)
Securing Health through Rights, Incentives for Global Public Health: Patent Law and Access to Essential Medicines (2010)


Minimum Standards and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Institute for Human Rights, Åbo Akademi University (2013)
Improving Service Delivery in Development Outcomes: Lessons Learned from Human Rights, Law, Justice and Development Week, Sponsored by the World Bank (2013)
Political Dysfunction in Comparative Perspective, America’s Political Dysfunction: Constitutional Connections, Causes and Cures, Sponsored by Boston University Law School (2013)

Reports and Other Publications


Australian Capital Territory Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Research Project Report (with Hilary Charlesworth, Andrew Byrnes, and Renuka Thilagaratnam) (2010)