“The Constitutional Convention and Popular Sovereignty: A Revisionist History” (under review).
“Race, Class, and Legality in War: Another Look at the Philips Case” (under peer review).
“The Security Court” (forthcoming, Maryland Law Review Online (2018)).
“How to Think Constitutionally About Prerogative: A Study of Early American Usage,” 66 Buffalo Law Review 557-668 (2018).
Constitutional Law: Sources and Problems (2017) (digital casebook).
The Josiah Philips Attainder and the Institutional Structure of the American Revolution, HOWARD LAW JOURNAL vol. 60 (forthcoming 2017) (Selected for the 2016 Law & Humanities Junior Scholar Workshop)
Due Process as Choice of Law, WILLIAM & MARY BILL OF RIGHTS JOURNAL vol. 24: 1047 (2016)
Bills of Attainder, HOUSTON LAW REVIEW vol. 53: 767 (2016)
Judicial Review and Non-Enforcement at the Founding, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW vol. 17 :479 (2014) (Selected for the 2014 Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum)
The Democratic Common Law, JOURNAL JURISPRUDENCE vol. 10 p. 454 (2011)