A full copy of my current CV can be found here. Below are links to selected academic publications.

Arguing About Antisemitism: Why We Disagree About Antisemitism, and What We Can Do About It, __ Ethnic & Racial Studies __ (forthcoming 2021) (with Dov Waxman & Adam Hosein)

Deliberation and Dismissal, 22 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 1319 (2020)

Sadomasochistic Judging, 35 Constitutional Commentary 437 (2020)

The Distinctive Political Status of Dissident Minorities, 114 American Political Science Review 963 (2020) (peer-reviewed)

Doctrinal Sunsets, 93 Southern California Law Review 431 (2020)

White Jews: An Intersectional Approach, 43 Association for Jewish Studies (AJS) Review 379 (2019) (peer-reviewed)

Torgerson’s Twilight: The Antidiscrimination Jurisprudence of Judge Diana E. Murphy, 103 Minnesota Law Review 65 (2018)

Finding the “Sovereign” in “Sovereign Immunity”: Lessons from Bodin, Hobbes, and Rousseau, 29 Critical Review 388 (2017) (peer-reviewed)

Post-Racialism and the End of Strict Scrutiny, 92 Indiana Law Journal 599 (2017)

Unsuspecting, 96 Boston University Law Review 361 (2016)

Playing with Cards: Discrimination Claims and the Charge of Bad Faith, 42 Social Theory & Practice 285 (2016) (peer-reviewed)

Racism as Subjectification, 17 Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy 3 (2016)

The Siren Song of Strict Scrutiny, 84 UMKC Law Review 859 (2016) (invited symposium contribution)

Renewing Electricity Competition, 42 Florida State University Law Review 937 (2015)

  • Excerpted in Renewable Energy:  Law, Policy & Practice (West American Casebook Series 2018).

Sticky Slopes, 101 California Law Review 1249 (2013)

Our Divine Constitution, 44 Loyola University (Chicago) Law Journal 1201 (2013) (reviewing Robert A. Burt, In the Whirlwind: God and Humanity in Conflict (Harvard UP 2012))

The Perils and Promise of the Holder Memo, 2012 Cardozo Law Review De Novo 187 (invited symposium contribution)

The Price of Victory: Political Triumphs and Judicial Protection in the Gay Rights Movement, 77 University of Chicago Law Review  1437 (2010)