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Representing Justice: The Rise and Fall of Adjudication as Seen From Renaissance Iconography to Twenty-First Century Courthouses (with Judith Resnik) (Yale University Press, under contract).

Toward a Just and Effective Sentencing System: Agenda for Legislative Reform (with Pierce O’Donnell and Michael Churgin).


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Representing Justice: From Renaissance Iconography to Twenty First Century Courts (with Judith Resnik), Henry la Barre Jayne Lecture, 151 Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 139 (2007).

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Can Law Schools and Big Firms Be Friends? 74 Southern California Law Review 65, (2000).

Grieving Criminal Defense Lawyers (with Judith Resnik), 70 Fordham Law Review 1615 (2002).

Individuals within the Aggregate: Relationships, Representation and Fees (with Judith Resnik and Deborah R. Hensler), 71 NYU Law Review 296 (1996).

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Congressional Powers and Federal Judicial Burdens, 46 Hastings Law Journal 1019 (1995).

Old Knights and New Champions: Kaye, Scholer and the Office of Thrift Supervision, and the Pursuit of the Dollar, 66 Southern California Law Review 985 (1993).

Mistretta and Metaphor, 66 Southern California Law Review 607 (1992).

The Fake Trial, 65 California Law Review 1523 (1992).

Images of Justice (with Judith Resnik), 96 Yale Law Journal 1727 (1987).

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