The Power of Dignity, 84 Fordham L. Rev. 3 (2015) (written symposium on the impact of Obergefell v. Hodges, 135 S. Ct. 2584 (2015)).
Stories: The Case for Structured Rounds, in Theory and Practice in Clinical Pedagogy (Bryant et al. eds., 2014).
Co-Reporter (with Hunter Carter) New York State Bar Association Special Committee on LGBT People and the Law, Report and Recommendation on Marriage Rights for Same Sex Couples (May 2009)
"Introduction: Forty Years of Loving: Confronting Issues of Race, Sexuality, and the Family in the Twenty-First Century", 76 Fordham Law Review 2669 (2008) (with R.A. Lenhardt, Sheila Foster & Sonia Katyal)
Global Collaboration in Law Schools: Lessons to Learn, 30 Fordham Int'l L.J. 346 (2007)
"Who Needs Marriage?: Equality and the Role of the State." (Decisions and Families: A Symposium on Polygamy, Same-Sex Marriage, and Medical Decision Making), 8 Journal of Law & Family Studies 325 (2006)
Reporter, New York State Bar Association, Report and Recommendations of the Special Committee to Study Issues Affecting Same-Sex Couples (October 2004)
Social Risk and the Transformation of Public Health Law: Lessons from the Plague Years, 86 Iowa L. Rev. 871 (2001)
Testing for Genetic Traits: The Need for a New Legal Doctrine of Informed Consent, 58 Maryland L. Rev. 346 (1999)
I Diritti Spettanti ai Malati di AIDS ed ai Sieropositivi negli Stati Uniti: Una Valutazione Critica [The Legal Rights of People Living with HIV/AIDS in the United States: A Critical Assessment], in HIV/AIDS, Diritti E Responsabilita [HIV/AIDS, Rights and Responsibilities] (Elisabetta Simeoni ed. & Lorenza Crestoni trans., 1998).
Introduction (with Benjamin Zipursky), Urban Bioethics: A Symposium on Health Care, Poverty, Autonomy, Co-sponsored by the Urban Law Journal and the Stein Center on Ethics and Public Interest Law, 24 Urban L.J. 663 (1998).
Introduction, "Mandatory Testing of Pregnant Women and Newborns: HIV, Drug Use and Welfare Policy," Urban Bioethics: A Symposium on Health Care, Poverty, Autonomy, 24 Urban L.J. 719 (1998).
HIV Disease in Pregnancy -- Ethics, Law and Policy, 24 Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America, December 1997.
Why Mandatory HIV Testing of Pregnant Women and Newborns Must Fair: A Legal, Historical, and Public Policy Analysis, 3 Cardozo Women's Law Journal 13 (1996)
Historical and Analytic Overview of Policy Issues Affecting Women Living with AIDS: A Blueprint for Learning from Our Past, 72 Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 283 (Summer Supplement 1995).
Ethical, Legal and Policy Considerations (with Kathleen Powderly), in Primary Care of Women and Children with HIV Infection: A Multidisciplinary Approach (Patricia Kelly et al. eds., 1995).
HIV Exceptionalism, Or, Making Plague Pay, 133 N.J.L.J. 1192 (March 29, 1993).
When Being Ill is Illegal: Women and the Criminalization of HIV, Health/PAC Bulletin at 10 (Winter 1992).
HIV-Infected Parents and the Law: Issues of Custody, Visitation and Guardianship, AIDS Agenda (Nan D. Hunter & William B. Rubenstein eds., 1992).
AIDS Law: The Impact of AIDS on American Schools and Prisons, 1987 Ann. Surv. Am. L. (1987)