“A Modern Copyright Framework for the Internet of Things (IoT): Intellectual Property Scholars’ Joint Submission to the Canadian Government Consultation”

“Don’t be Cruel”

Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development

“Creditors, Shareholders, and Losers In Between: A Failed Regulatory Experiment”

Cornell Law Review

“A Hopeful Conversation: Overcoming Impunity for Sexual and Gender Based Violence”

American Society of International Law Proceedings

“Ending Intellectual Property”

  • Intellectual Property and Antitrust

“The Origins of the Major Questions Doctrine”

Indiana Law Journal

“The New International Law of Contracts”

  • International and Comparative Law
European Journal of International Law

“Saving Agency Adjudication”

“Campbell at 21/Sony at 31”

S.W. International Property Review (Chinese edition)

“The Runaway Train of Mandated Reporting”

San Diego Law Review

“The State[s] of Confession Law in a Post-Miranda World”

Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology

“Meme Corporate Governance”

Southern California Law Review

“The Meaning of «IS»: Reflections on Nestle”

“Conclusion: The State and Local-Legal Governance in the Early American Republic”

Journal of the Early Republic

“Fascism and Monopoly”

  • Intellectual Property and Antitrust
Michigan Law Review

“Lawyering the Indian Child Welfare Act”

  • Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility
Michigan Law Review

“The Role of Private and Public Lands in the U.S. Clean Energy Transition”

Journal of Land Use and Environment Law

“On Firms”

University of Chicago Law Review

“Campaigns, Copyright and Tarnishment”

“Fee Shifting, Nominal Damages, and the Public Interest”

St. John’s Law Review

“Breaking Baal: Monuments, Memory, and Social Justice”

Harvard Law Review

“What Counts As Authorship And Who Counts As An Author?”

“Subjective Beliefs about Contract Enforceability”

Journal of Legal Studies

“Is Corporate Law Nonpartisan?”

  • Corporate and Securities Law
Wisconsin Law Review

“Protecting the Sovereign’s Money Monopoly”

“Editing and Advocacy”

  • Legal Writing and Research
Michigan Bar Journal

“Looking and Seeing”

University of Michigan Public Law Research Paper

“Distinguished Discussant Comment on Grotius Lecture, “The Art of International Law, ” by Judge Hilary Charlesworth of the International Court of Justice”

  • International and Comparative Law
American Society of International Law Proceedings

“Einsatzmöglichkeiten für Streitkräfte im Rahmen der Vereinten Nationen, unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Handlungsspielraums von Regionalorganisationen”

“Medical-Legal Partnerships Reinvigorate Systems Lawyering Using an Upstream Approach”

  • Health Law
Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics

“Against a Deconstitutionalisation of International Law in Times of Populism, Pandemic, and War”

Journal of Constitutional Justice

“Bank Runs During Crypto Winter”

“Modular Bankruptcy: Toward a Consumer Scheme of Arrangement”

“Valuing Social Data”

Columbia Law Review

“The Great Regulatory Dodge”

Harvard Journal of Law and Technology

“New Tech, Old Problem: The Rise of Virtual Rent-to-Own Agreements”

Boston College Law Review

“Personalize Your Defaults (Especially When You Write)”

“Cryptic Patent Reform Through the Inflation Reduction Act”

Harvard Journal of Law and Technology

“Rethinking Innovation at FDA”

Boston University Law Review

“Judicial Hierarchy and Change in Administrative Law”

“The Weakness of Neighborhood Revitalization Planning in the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program: Warnings from Connecticut”

Journal of Land Use and Environment Law

“The Macroprudential Myth”

Georgetown Law Journal

“Effects of Communicating the Rise of Climate Migration on Public Perceptions of Climate Change and Immigration”

“Why We Should Stop Talking About Violent Offenders: Storytelling and Decarceration”

Northwestern University Law Review

“Theories of Appellate Review and Stare Decisis in Agency Adjudication”

“Juristocracy and Administrative Governance: From Benzene to Climate”

“Dobbs, Precedent, Originalism, and the First Amendment”

“Retail Investors and Corporate Governance: Evidence from Zero-Commission Trading”

“Human Rights and Corruption: Problems and Potential of Individualising a Systemic Problem”

International Journal of Constitutional Law

“Urgency and Legitimacy: 2021 Volume of Yale’s Global Constitutionalism Seminar, a Part of the Gruber Program for Global Justice and Women’s Rights”

Public Law Research Paper