Sex Crimes

#MeToo and Mass Incarceration, Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law (2020) link

The Complexity of College Consent, in Adjudicating Campus Sexual Misconduct: Controversies and Challenges (2020) link

Sex Wars as Proxy Wars, Critical Analysis of Law (2019) link

Consent Confusion, Cardozo Law Review (2017) link

Penal Welfare and the New Human Trafficking Intervention Court, Florida Law Review (2017) link

Governance Feminism in New York’s Prostitution Diversion Courts, in Governance Feminism: Notes from the Field (2019) link

Anti-Rape Culture, University of Kansas Law Review (2016) link

Rape Law Revisited, Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law (2016) link

Not Affirmative Consent, McGeorge Law Review (2016) link

Rape, Feminism, and the War on Crime, Washington Law Review (2009) link

Pink Elephants in the Rape Trial: The Problem of Tort-type Defenses in the Criminal Law of Rape, William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law (1998) link

Domestic Violence and Domestic Homicide

A Provocative Defense, California Law Review (2015) link

The Duty to Retreat and Violence against Women, in Oxford Handbook on Criminal Law Online (2017) link

A “Neo-feminist” Assessment of Rape and Domestic Violence Law Reform, Journal of Race, Gender and Justice (2012) link

Zero Tolerance Comes to International Law, ­­American Journal of International Law Unbound 337 (2016) link

The Feminist War on Crime, Iowa Law Review (2007) link

From Neoliberalism to Libertarianism: Why Neither Criminalization nor Privacy is the Answer for Battered Women, in Criminal Law Conversations (2009) link

Homicide and Race

Race and Capital Punishment Studies and the Level-up Problem, Harvard Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Journal (2020) link

Equal Protection under the Carceral State, Northwestern University Law Review (2018) link

Race to Incarcerate: Punitive Instinct and the Bid to Repeal Stand-Your-Ground, University of Miami Law Review (2014) link

Miscarriages of Race and Gender Justice, Albany Law Review (2012-13) link

Critical Theory

Neofeminism, in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender (2017) link

When Theory Met Practice: Distributional Analysis of Race and Gender in Criminal Law, Fordham Law Review (2015) link

Neofeminism, Houston Law Review (2013) link

Duncan Kennedy’s Third Globalization, Criminal Law and the Spectacle, Comparative Law Review (2012) link

A Distributive Theory of Criminal Law, William and Mary Law Review (2010) link

Navigating Diverse Identities: Building Coalitions through Redistribution of Academic Capital, an Exercise in Praxis, Seton Hall Law Review (2005) link

Righting Victim Wrongs: Responding to Philosophical Criticisms of the Nonspecific Victim Liability Defense, Buffalo Law Review (2004) link

Victim Wrongs: The Case for a Criminal Defense Based on Wrongful Victim Behavior in an Era of Victim’s Rights, Temple Law Review (2003) link

Public Housing in Singapore: The Use of Ends-based Reasoning in the Quest for a Workable System, 38 Harvard International Law Review (1997) link

Criminal Procedure and Human Rights

Practical Global Criminal Procedure: United States, Argentina, and (Carolina Academic Press 2012) link

An Unintended Casualty of the War on Terror, Georgia State Law Review (2010) link

Garbage Pails and Puppy Dog Tails: Is That What Katz is Made Of?, UC Davis Law Review (2008) link

Who’s Afraid of Geneva Law?, Arizona State Law Journal (2007) link

Sending the Self-Execution Doctrine to the Executioner, Florida International University Law Review (2007) link

Raising the Red Flag:  The Continued Relevance of the Japanese Internment in the Post-Hamdi World, Kansas Law Review (2006) link