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Legal Scholarship

 

Faithful Execution and Article II, 321 Harvard Law Review 2111 (2019) (with Ethan Leib and Jed Shugerman)

Congress and Federal Law Enforcement Independence52 University of California at Davis Law Review 1927 (2019)

Piracy and Due Process, 39 Michigan Journal of International Law 385 (2018)

The Jury and Empire: The Insular Cases and the Anti-Jury Movement in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 91 Southern California Law Review 375 (2018)

Executive Power and National Security Power (with Julian D. Mortensen), in The Cambridge Companion to the United States Constitution, edited by J.W. Compton and K. Orren, Cambridge University Press (2018)‚Äč

The Rebel Soldier Who Became Chief Justice of the United States: The Civil War and its Legacy for Edward Douglass White of Louisiana, 56 American Journal of Legal History 209 (2016)

Disappearing Legal Black Holes and Converging Domains: Changing Individual Rights Protection in National Security and Foreign Affairs, 115 Columbia Law Review 1029 (2015)

Citizenship and Protection, 82 Fordham Law Review 2115 (2014) (symposium contribution)

Are Damages Different?, Bivens and National Security Litigation, 87 Southern California Law Review 1123 (2015).

The New Originalism and the Foreign Affairs Constitution, 82 Fordham Law Review 757 (2013) (symposium contribution)

Judicial Review for Enemy Fighters: The Court’s Fateful Turn in Ex parte Quirin, the Nazi Saboteur Case, 66 Vanderbilt Law Review 153 (2013)

Do Boumediene Rights Expire?, 161 Univ. Penn. Law Review PENNumbra 20 (2012)

Understanding the Exceptional and Dynamic Nature of Boumediene Rights to Court Access, 161 Univ. Penn. Law Review PENNumbra 92 (2012)

Evaluating the Palestinians' Claimed Right of Return, 34 Univ. Penn. Journal of Int’l Law 149 (2012)

Habeas Corpus, Protection, and Extraterritorial Constitutional Rights, 97 Iowa Law Review Bulletin 34 (2012)

Boumediene, Munaf and the Court’s Misreading of the Insular Cases, 97 Iowa Law Review 101 (2011)

The Constitution and the Laws of War During the Civil War, 85 Notre Dame Law Review 1839 (2010)

A Textual and Historical Case against a Global Constitution, 95 Georgetown Law Journal 463 (2007)

Congress’s Under-Appreciated Power to Define and Punish Offenses against the Law of Nations, 85 Texas Law Review 843 (2007)