(with Dienes, C. Thomas). Constitutional Law in a Nutshell. 8th ed. St. Paul: Thomson/West Group, 2013. 

First edition published in 1986.

Second edition published in 1991.

Third edition published in 1995.

Fourth edition published in 1999.

Fifth edition published in 2003.

Sixth edition published in 2005.

Seventh edition published in 2009.

(with Dienes, C. Thomas, Wayne McCormack and Martin H. Redish). Constitutional Law, Principles and Policy: Cases and Materials. 9th ed. Newark, NJ: LexisNexis Matthew Bender, 2012. 

Supplemented annually.

First edition (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill) published in 1975. Supplemented annually 1976-1981.

Second edition (Charlottesville, VA: Michie) published in 1982. Supplemented annually 1982-1986.

Third edition (Charlottesville, VA: Michie) published in 1987. Supplemented annually 1987-1991.

Fourth edition (Charlottesville, VA: Michie) published in 1992. Supplemented annually 1992-1994.

Fifth edition (Charlottesville, VA: Michie) published in 1996. Supplemented annually 1998-2001.

Sixth edition (Newark: Lexis) published in 2002. Supplemented annually 2002-2005.

Seventh edition (Newark: LexisNexis Matthew Bender) published in 2006. Supplemented annually 2007-2009

Eigth edition (New Providence: LexisNexis) published in 2010.

(with Dienes, C. Thomas). First Amendment Law in a Nutshell. 4th ed. St. Paul: Thomson/West, 2008. 

First edition published in 1993.

Second edition published in 2000.

Third edition published in 2004.

(with Dienes, C. Thomas). Constitutional Law. Black Letter Series 7th ed. St. Paul: Thomson/West, 2005 

First edition published in 1983.

Second edition published in 1987.

Third edition published in 1991.

Fourth edition published in 1995.

Fifth edition published in 1999.

Sixth edition published in 2003.

(with Gillmor, Donald M. and Todd F. Simon). Mass Communication Law: Cases and Comment. 6th ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1998. 

First edition (St. Paul: West) published in 1969.

Second edition (St. Paul: West) published in 1974.

Third edition (St. Paul: West) published in 1979.

Fourth edition (St. Paul: West) published in 1984.

Fifth edition (St. Paul: West) published in 1990.

(with Gillmor, Donald M., et al.). Fundamentals of Mass Communication Law. St. Paul: West Publishing Co., 1996. 

Public Rights and the Private Press. Toronto: Butterworths, 1981. 

(with Dienes, C. Thomas). Handbook of Free Speech and Free Press. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1979. 

Freedom of the Press for Whom? The Right of Access to Mass Media. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1975. 


"FCC v. Fox Television Stations and the FCC's New Fleeting Expletive Policy," 62 Federal Communications Law Journal 567-585 (2010).

"Access Reconsidered: Access to the Media--1967 to 2007 and Beyond: A Symposium Honoring Jerome A. Barron's Path-Breaking Article," 76 George Washington Law Review 826-844 (2008).

"Access to the Media: A Contemporary Appraisal." 35 Hofstra Law Review 937-953 (2007).

"Citizenship Matters: The Enemy Combatant Cases." 19 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 33-69 (2005).

"Creating a New First Amendment Right: Miami Herald Publishing Co. v. Tornillo and the Story of Access to the Media." in Defending the First: Commentary on the First Amendment Issues and Cases, edited by Joseph Russomanno. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.

"Equality Within the Family Under American Constitutional Law." in Family Life and Human Rights, edited by Peter Lodrup & Eva Modrar. Oslo, Norway: Gyldendal Norsk Forlag, 2004.

"Rights of Access and Reply to the Media in the United States Today." 25 Communications and the Law 1-12 (2003).

"Globalism and National Media Policies in the United States and Canada: A Critique of C. Edwin Baker's Media, Markets, and Democracy." 27 Brooklyn Journal of International Law 971-1002 (2002).

"The Open Society and Violence in the Media." 33 McGeorge Law Review 617-642 (2002).

(with Barron, Myra). "New Directions for Public Aid to Faith-Based Housing Activities?" 15 Probate & Property, no. 6, p. 6-12 (Nov/Dec, 2001).

"Capturing the Canon." 17 Constitutional Commentary 349-360 (2000).

"Structural Regulation of the Media and the Diversity Rationale." 52 Federal Communications Law Journal 555-560 (2000).

"The Constitutionalization of American Family Law: The Case of the Right to Marry," in Cross Currents: Family Law and Policy in the U.S. and England, edited by Sanford Katz, John Eekelaar, & Mavis Maclean. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

"The Electronic Media & the Flight from the First Amendment Doctrine: Justice Breyer's New Balancing Approach." 31 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 817-885 (1998).

"Reading Turner through a Tornillo Lens." 13 Communications Lawyer 7 (Summer 1995).

"Cohen v. Cowles Media and its Significance for the First Amendment Law and Journalism." 3 William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal 419-465 (1994).

"The Telco, the Common Carrier Model, and the First Amendment--the 'Dial-a-Porn' Precedent." 19 Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 371-404 (1993).

"Punitive Damages in Libel Cases--First Amendment Equalizer?" 47 Washington & Lee Law Review 105-222 (1990).

(with Alfange, Dean, Jr., et al.). "In Memoriam: Arthur Selwyn Miller." (Includes testimonials and bibliography). 57 George Washington Law Review VIII-1458 (1989).

"On Understanding the First Amendment Status of Cable: Some Obstacles in the Way." 57 George Washington Law Review 1495-1512 (1989).

"What does the Fairness Doctrine Controversy Really Mean?" 12 Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal 205-244 (1989).

(with Hubler, Richard G., et al.). "In Memoriam: Elyce Zenoff." (Includes testimonials and bibliography). 57 George Washington Law Review 1-12 (1988).

"The Rehnquist Court and the First Amendment: The 1987-1988 Term." Presstime (October 1988).

"The Search for Media Accountability," in An Independent Institution in a Free Society: Essays in Honor of Lloyd Elliott, pp. 19-66. Washington, D.C.: The George Washington University, 1988

"A Tribute to Professors Thomas W. Mallison and Leroy S. Merrifield." 55 George Washington Law Review 179-180 (1987).

"The Rehnquist Court--First Year." 2 Washington Lawyer 62-64; 75 (1987).

"Public Access to the Media Under the Charter," in The Media, the Courts and the Charter, edited by P. Anisman. Carswell, 1986.

"In Memory of Patricia Roberts Harris." 53 George Washington Law Review 322-323 (1985).

"The Search for Media Accountability." 19 Suffolk University Law Review 789-814 (1985).

(with Zenoff, Elyce). "So You Want to be Law Professor?" 12 The Journal of Law and Education 379-416 (1983).

Reprinted in 69 ABA Journal 1712 (November, 1983).

(with Zenoff, Elyce). "So You Want to Hire a Law Professor?" 33 The Journal of Legal Education 492-510 (1983).

"Introduction: First Amendment Symposium." 67 Kentucky Law Journal 775 (1979).

"The Right of Reply to the Media in the United States--Resistance and Resurgence." 15 Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal 1-20 (1979).

"The Rise and Fall of a Doctrine of Editorial Privilege: Reflections on Herbert v. Lando." 47 George Washington Law Review 1002 (1979).

"Notice to the Unwed Father and Termination of Parental Rights." 9 Family Law Quarterly 527 (1975).

(with Miller, Arthur S.). "The Supreme Court: The Adversary System and the Flow of Information to the Justices: A Preliminary Inquiry." 61 Virginia Law Review 1187 (1975).

"Public Access to the Media and its Critics," in Liberating the Media, edited by C. C. Flippen. Washington, D.C.: Acropolis Books, 1974.

"From Fairness to Access," in Survey of Broadcast Journalism, 1970-1971, edited by Barrett. Grossett & Dunlap, 1971.

"Introduction: CBS and Congress: The Selling of the Pentagon Papers." Educational Broadcasting Review ix (Special Issue, Winter 1971).

"Access--The Only Choice for the Media?" (English Annual Lecture on Law and the Free Society, University of Texas Law School, Dec. 10, 1969). 48 Texas Law Review 766 (1970).

"The Ambiguity of Judicial Review: A Response to Professor Bickel." 1970 Duke Law Journal 591.

"An Emerging First Amendment Right of Access to the Media." 37 George Washington Law Review 487 (1969).

"The Meaning and Future of Red Lion." 3 Educational Broadcasting Review 9 (1969).

"Access to the Press--A New First Amendment Right." 80 Harvard Law Review 1641 (1967).

Portions of this article have been reprinted in Reading in Mass Communication, edited by Emery and Smythe (William C. Brown Co., 1972), and Voice, Audience Content, edited by Gibson (Longman English and Humanities Series, 1979).

The article is reprinted in full in 1 Yearbook of Broadcasting Articles (Anthology Edition, 1959-1978), edited by Ferral (Federal Publications, 1980).

(with Kramer, Robert). "The Constitutionality of Removal and Mandatory Retirement Procedures for the Federal Judiciary: The Meaning of 'During Good Behavior'." 35 George Washington Law Review 445 (1967).

"Free Press v. Fair Trial: A Continuing Dialogue--A Constitutional Impasse?" 41 North Dakota Law Review 177 (1965).

"Sunday in North America." 79 Harvard Law Review 42 (1965).

"Decision without Power--The Dilemma of the Supreme Court." 40 North Dakota Law Review 57 (1964).

"In Defense of 'Fairness': A First Amendment Rationale for Broadcasting's 'Fairness' Doctrine." 37 University of Colorado Law Review 31 (1964).

Reprinted in 7 Public Entertainment Advertising & Allied Fields Quarterly 383 (1968).

"The Constitutional Status of Freedom of Speech and Press in Canada: The History of a Quiet Revolution." 58 Northwestern Law Review 73 (1963).

"The Federal Communications Commission's Fairness Doctrine: An Evaluation." 30 George Washington Law Review 1 (1961).

Reprinted in 4 Public Entertainment Advertising and Allied Fields Law Quarterly 29 (1964).


 Review of Learned Hand: The Man and the Judge, by Gerald Gunther. 63 George Washington Law Review 613-635 (1995).

 Review of Protecting the Best Men: An Interpretive History of the Law of Libel, by Normal L. Rosenberg. 31 American Journal of Legal History 165-168 (1987).

 Review of Press Law in Modern Democracies: A Comparative Study, by Pnina Lahav. 54 George Washington Law Review 434-451 (1986).

 Review of When Government Speaks: Politics, Law and Government Expression in America, by Mark Yudof. 34 Journal of Legal Educaiton 128-132 (1984).

 Review of Civil Procedure: Cases and Comments on the Process of Adjudication, by Paul D. Carrington. 68 Michigan Law Review 1062 (1969).

 Review of The Press in the Jury Box, by Felker and Rosen. 1966 Duke Law Review 1186.

 Review of Essays on the American Constitution, edited by G. Dietze. 9 St. Louis University Law Review 572 (1965).

 Review of Felix Frankfurter: Scholar on the Bench, by Helen S. Thomas. 10 Catholic University Law Review 53 (1961).