Scholarship

LAW REVIEW ARTICLES

Albany Law Review, “Prophylactic Free Exercise: The First Amendment and Religion in a Post-Kennedy World,” forthcoming in 82 Alb. L. Rev. ___ (2019). LINK (not yet available).

Syracuse Law Review, “Rational Basis Loses Its Bite: Justice Kennedy’s Retirement Removes the Most Lethal Quill from LGBT Advocates’ Equal-Protection Quiver,” forthcoming in 69 Syracuse L. Rev. ___ (2019). LINK.

National Lawyers Guild Review, “How to Argue Liberty Cases in a Post-Kennedy World: It’s Not about Individual Rights, but State Power and the Social Compact,” forthcoming in 75 Nat’l Law. Guild Rev. ___ (2018). LINK.

National Lawyers Guild Review, “Michigan’s Forgotten People” (with Ray, Daniel R.), 70 Nat’l Law. Guild Rev. 129 (2013). LINK.

 Drake Law Review (Constitutional Law Symposium Issue), “When Originalism Attacks: How Justice Scalia’s Resort to Original Expected Application in Crawford v. Washington Came Back to Bite Him in Michigan v. Bryant,” 59 Drake L. Rev. 1047 (2011). LINK.

Thomas M. Cooley Law Review, “My Doctor Made Me Crazy: Can a Medical Malpractice Plaintiff Allege Psychological Damages Without Making Credibility the Issue?” 27 T.M. Cooley L. Rev. 321 (2010). LINK.

BAR JOURNAL ARTICLES

Michigan Bar Journal, “It Is What It Is,” 83 MAY Mich. B.J. 54 (2004).

Michigan Bar Journal, “Some Particularly Useless Words,” 82 JUL Mich. B.J. 56 (2003).

Michigan Bar Journal, “Be Careful What You Ask For: Navigating a Remand after You’ve Won the Appeal,” 81 MAY Mich. B.J. 20 (2002).

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