Publications, Non-Refereed

  • “Compromise Is Complicity: Why There Is No Middle Road in the Struggle to Protect Day Laborers in the United States”, 26 A.B.A. Journal of Labor and Employment Law 101 (Fall 2010).
  • “Born In the U.S.A.! Yeah, And…? Revisiting Birthright Citizenship”, 16 (1) Loyola Public Interest Law Reporter 53 (Fall 2010).
  • “The First to Go: If the Budget Sinks the Ship of State, Will Immigrants Get the Heave-Ho?”, 16 (2) Loyola Public Interest Law Reporter 138 (Spring 2011).
  • “Letter from the Editor”, 17 (2) Loyola Public Interest Law Reporter 1 (Spring 2012).
  • “Letter from the Editor”, 17 (1) Loyola Public Interest Law Reporter 1 (Fall 2011).
  • “Ghosts of Gallegly”, 2 (2) Loyola Education Law and Policy Society Newsletter 2 (March/April 2011).
  • “Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, Chile”, 5 (2) Loyola International News 8 (Fall 2010).
  • “Before We Were Civilized”, Loyola Blackacre (April 7, 2011), http://blogs.luc.edu/blackacre/2011/04/07/before-we-were-civilized/.
  • “Murray’s Morning”, 78 The Juggler [Notre Dame’s Student Lit Quarterly] (Spring 2013).

Presentations

  • “Building ‘Good Fences’ Between Religion and State: A Democratic Reappraisal”, Midwest Political Science Association (2015)
  • “Building ‘Good Fences’ Between Religion and State: A Democratic Reappraisal”, Univ. of Illinois Graduate Student Exchange Workshop (2014)
  • “Looking Over Robed Shoulders: Does Fear of Reversal Condition Rulings by Federal District Court Judges?” (with Lander Baiamonte), Midwest Political Science Association (2014)

Working Papers

  • “Building ‘Good Fences’ Between Religion and State: A Democratic Reappraisal”
  • “How Strong Party System Institutionalization Allows Legislatures to Strengthen Courts to Balance Super-Presidencies in Latin America: The Case of Chile” (with Lucia Manzi)
  • “Looking Over Robed Shoulders: Does Fear of Reversal Condition Rulings by Federal District Court Judges?” (with Lander Baiamonte)
  • “Avoiding the Salaam Witch Trials: Lessons the U.S. Should Learn from Europe about Welcoming Muslims”
  • “Ending Domestic Violence in Tanzania: A Three-Legged Race to Freedom” (with Michael McClain)
  • “Change, Chancery, and Charles: What Dickens Writes about Law and Lawyers”
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