“The Narrowing of Federal Power by the American Political Capital,” 23 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 733-758 (2015).
(With Nelson, Annalise K.) “Comparative Law Study and Analysis of National Legislation Relating to Crimes Against Humanity and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction,” 46 The George Washington International Law Review 481-530 (2014).
“Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Interaction of Legal Systems,” in The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, p. 151-171. Ed. by Scott Dodson. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
(With Carbone, June.) “Don’t Get Married Until You Know Who You’re Going to Be When You Grow Up,” Forbes Leadership Forum (May 4, 2015).
(With Carbone, June.) “Growing Inequality and Children,” 23 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law 283-317 (2015).
(With Carbone, June.) “The Marriage Calculus,” aeon (Apr. 20, 2015).
During the month of March, the following articles were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from GW Law’s Scholarly Commons:
■Gregory E. Maggs. “The Holder in Due Course Doctrine as a Default Rule.” (495 downloads)
■Steven L. Schooner. “Foreword to Scholarly Writing: Ideas, Examples, and Execution.” (456 downloads)
■Renee Lettow Lerner. “Thomas Nast’s Crusading Legal Cartoons.” (326 downloads)