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- (With Jeb Barnes) "Making Way: Legal Mobilization, Organizational Response, and Wheelchair Access," Law and Society Review 46, no. 1 (2012), 167-198.
- (With Nancy Scherer) “The Bush Administration and the Uses of Judicial Politics,” in eds. Martin Levin, Daniel DiSalvo & Martin Shapiro, Building Coalitions, Making Policy: The Politics of the Clinton, Bush and Obama Presidencies (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012), 215-246.
- (With Jeb Barnes) "Is There an Empirical Literature on Rights?" Studies in Law, Politics and Society 48 (2009), 69-91.
- "Political Regimes and the Future of the First Amendment," Studies in Law, Politics and Society 44 (2008), 107-139.
- (With Jeb Barnes) “The Diffusion of Rights: From Rights on the Books to Organizational Rights Practices,” Law and Society Review 40, no.3 (Fall 2006), 493-524.
- “The European Union and the Diffusion of Disability Rights,” in eds. Martin Levin and Martin Shapiro, Transatlantic Policymaking in an Age of Austerity (Washington D.C: Georgetown University Press, 2004).
- “Judicial Implementation of Statutes: Three Stories About Courts and the Americans with Disabilities Act,” in eds. Mark Miller and Jeb Rosenberg, Making Policy, Making Law: An Interbranch Perspective (Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2004), 123-138.
- “Corruption Concepts and Federal Campaign Finance Law,” (Revised and updated version of “Concept of Corruption” article) in eds. Arnold Heidenheimer and Michael Johnston, Political Corruption: A Handbook, 3rd ed. (New Brunswick: Transaction Press, 2002), 645-664.
- "The Rights Revolution Continues: Why New Rights are Born (and Old Rights Rarely Die)," University of Connecticut Law Review 33, no.4 (Summer 2001): 1259-1274.