Does Strickland Prejudice Defendants On Death Row? 43 U. Rich. L. Rev. 1459 (2009).
Why It Is So Difficult To Prove Innocence In Capital Cases, 42 Tulsa L. Rev. 241 (2006). (solicited)
Does the ICJ’s Decision In Avena Mean Anything To Mexicans On Death Row, 55 Cath. U.L. Rev. 351 (2006), reprinted in 27 Immig. & Nat’lity L. Rev. 19 (2006).
Texas: Tough On Murderers or Fairness? 53 Drake L. Rev. 631 (2005). (solicited)
Ensuring the Capital Defendant’s Right to Competent Counsel: It’s Time For Some Standards! 51 Wayne L. Rev. 129 (2005) (cited in Congressional Testimony, available at http://judiciary.house.gov/hearings/pdf/Bright090922.pdf at 5 n. 9 (Sept. 22, 2009).
Should Judges Who Oppose Capital Punishment Resign? A Reply To Justice Scalia, 10 Va. J. Soc Pol’y & L. 317 (2003).
The Death Penalty: Can It Be Fixed? 51 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1177 (2002).
The Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act: What’s Wrong With It and How To Fix It, 33 Conn. L. Rev. 919 (2001).
The Deregulation of the Death Penalty, 40 Santa Clara L. Rev. 677 (2000).
Do We Really Need the Federal Rules of Evidence? 74 N. Dak. L. Rev. 1 (1998).
Mandatory Death Sentences Unconstitutional; Proportionality Reviews; Lockett v. Ohio; Profitt v. Florida; Pulley v. Harris, in Encyclopedia Of American Civil Liberties (New York: Routledge 2006).
PRESENTATIONS & PROCEEDINGS
Panelist, The Role Of The Prosecution And Defense In Causing And Correcting Wrongful Convictions, at the Wrongful Convictions And Cures Symposium Sponsored By Southwestern Law School.
Commentator, Author Meets Reader – The Theoretics Of Race In The Post-Civil Rights Era: Review Of Race, Sex, And Suspicion: The Myth Of The Black Male at the International Conference On Law And Society In The 21st Century At Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.
Discussant, Race & The Death Penalty, Twenty Years After McClesky, University Of Miami School Of Law, March 19, 2007.
Presenter, Gays In The Military at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgendered Issues And The Civil Rights Agenda Symposium Sponsored By The Southwestern University Law Review.
Presenter, The Death Penalty: Can It Be Fixed? at the Urban Health & Race Law Weekend Hosted By The Depaul College Of Law And The Loyola Law School.
Presenter, Racial Profiling In Law Enforcement, University Of Wyoming’s Symposium For The Eradication Of Social Inequality, February 8-10, 2000.
Presenter, The Deregulation Of The Death Penalty, National People Of Color Legal Scholarship Conference at John Marshall Law School, March 1999.
Faculty Lecture Series, The Death Penalty: A Discriminatory, Costly Process, at the University Of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School Of Law, February 1996.