MAXINE S. GOODMAN
In the Holocaust's Shadow: Can German and American Constitutional Jurisprudence Provide a "New Guarantee" of Human Dignity?, 4 Br. J. Am. Leg. Studies 303 (2015).
Shame, Angry Judges, and the Social Media Effect, 63 Cath. U. L. Rev. 589 (2014).
Three Likely Causes Of Judicial Misbehavior And How These Causes Should Inform Judicial Discipline, 41 Cap. U. L. Rev. 949 (2013).
Removing the Umpire’s Mask: The Propriety and Impact of Judicial Apologies, 2011 Utah L. Rev. 1529.
A Hedgehog on the Witness Stand – What's the Big Idea?: Challenges of Using Daubert to Assess Social Science and Nonscientific Testimony, 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 635 (2010).
Jolie Vue Glen and Honi Boudreaux Restore Washington County Farm as Haven for Organic Farming, Free-Range Livestock, 46 Hous. Law., March/April 2009, at 41.
Slipping Through The Gate: Trusting Daubert And Trial Procedures To Reveal The ‘Pseudo-Historian’ Expert Witness And To Enable The Reliable Historian Expert Witness-Troubling Lessons From Holocaust-Related Trials, 60 Baylor L. Rev. 824 (2008).
HBA Criminal Law Section Works with Adopted School, 45 Hous. Law., May/June 2008, at 23.
A Death Penalty Wake-up Call: Reducing the Risk of Racial Discrimination in Capital Punishment, 12 Berkeley J. Crim. L. 29 (2007).
Human Dignity in Supreme Court Constitutional Jurisprudence, 84 Neb. L. Rev. 740 (2006).
Houston’s Legal Community Answers the Call for Volunteers in the Wake of Katrina, 43 Hous. Law., Mar./Apr. 2006, at 14. (with Fred Simpson, Andrea Vogelsang & Tara Shockley)
Local Heroes (Njeri Mathis) 42 Hous. Law., May/June 2005, at 10, 13.
Reconstructing the Plain Language Rule of Statutory Construction: How and Why, 65 Mont. L. Rev. 229 (2004).
PRESENTATIONS & PROCEEDINGS
Teaching Statutory Construction to Law Students, Lone State Legal Writing Conference, April 2003.