The Moral Responsibility of the Corporate Lawyer, 60:2 CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW (2011).
Zacharias’s Prophecy: The Federalization of Legal Ethics Through Legislative, Court, and Agency Regulation, 48:1 SAN DIEGO LAW REVIEW.
Creating Norms of Attorney Conduct in International Tribunals, 30 B.C. INT’L & COMP. L. REV. 139 (2007)
Toward an Ecclesiastical Professional Ethic: Lessons From the Legal Profession, in J. Bartunek, M. A. Hinsdale, and J. F. Keenan (eds), CHURCH ETHICS AND ITS ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT: LEARNING FROM THE SEX ABUSE SCANDAL IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, (Sheed and Ward 2006) (with Daniel R. Coquillette)
Beyond Anecdote (Review of Janine Griffiths-Baker, SERVING TWO MASTERS: CONFLICTS OF INTEREST IN THE MODERN LAW FIRM (Hart Publishing 2002) and Susan P. Shapiro, TANGLED LOYALTIES: CONFLICT OF INTEREST IN LEGAL PRACTICE (U. Michigan Press 2002)), 8 Legal Ethics 294 (2005).
The (F)Utility of Rules: Regulating Attorney Conduct in Federal Court Practice, 58 SMU. L. REV. 3 (2005)
The Advocate As Witness: Understanding Culture, Context and Client, 70 FORD. L. REV. 945 (2001) (solicited article for symposium issue in representing middle-income clients).
Developing Interprofessional Community in Collaborative Settings: Understanding and Refining the Lawyer’s Role, in F.S. Sherman & W.R. Torbert (eds.), TRANSFORMING SOCIAL INQUIRY, TRANSFORMING SOCIAL ACTION: NEW PARADIGMS FOR CROSSING THE THEORY/PRACTICE DIVIDE IN UNIVERSITIES AND COMMUNITIES (Kluwer 2000).
Retirement Incentives in the Twenty First Century: The Move Toward Employer Control of the ADEA, 31 U. RICH. L. REV. 795 (1997) (solicited article for symposium on 30th Anniversary of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act).