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LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
"Regulation and Deregulation in Public Procurement Law Reform in the United States." in Advancing Public Procurement: Practices, Innovation and Knowledge-Sharing, 177-201, edited by Gustavo Piga & Khi Thai. Boca Raton: PrAcademics Press, 2007.
"Katrina's Lessons for Ongoing U.S. Procurement Reform Efforts." 15 Public Procurement Law Review 362-373 (2006).
"Katrina's Continuing Impact on Procurement--Emergency Procurement Powers in H.R. 3766." 47 Government Contractor, no. 35, par. 397, p.3-7 (Sept. 21, 2005).
"Public Contracts Specialization as a Rationale for the Court of Federal Claims." 71 George Washington Law Review 863-878 (2003).
"Administrative Law Lessons Regarding the Role of Politically Appointed Officials in Default Terminations." 30 Public Contract Law Journal 143-202 (2001).
"The Status of the Sovereign Acts and Unmistakeability Doctrines in the Wake of Winstar: An Interim Report." 51 Alabama Law Review 1177-1237 (2000).
"Assembling Winstar: Triumph of the Ideal of Congruence in Government Contracts Law?" 26 Public Contract Law Journal 481-565 (1997).
"Liability for Sovereign Acts: Congruence and Exceptionalism in Government Contracts Law." 64 George Washington Law Review 633-702 (1996).
"The Irresistible Force Meets the Immovable Object: Estoppel Remedies for an Agency's Violation of its Own Regulations and Other Misconduct." 44 Administrative Law Review 653-744 (1992).
"Nonacquiescence, Crowell v. Benson, and Administrative Adjudication." 77 Georgetown Law Journal 1815-1904 (1989).
"Two Perspectives on the Solicitor General's Independence." (Symposium: "The Role and Function of the United States Solicitor General"). 21 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 1119-1166 (1988).
"Smallpox Immunization: Controversial Episodes." in Controversy: Politics of Technical Decisions, edited by Dorothy Nelkin. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1979.
"The President's Lawyer as a Frie(n)d." Review of Order and Law: Arguing the Reagan Revolution, A Firsthand Account, by Charles Fried. 60 George Washington Law Review 1081-1125 (1992).
"How Will Roberts and Alito Shape the Court?" (Legal Affairs Debate Club). Http:www.legalaffairs.org/webexclusive/debateclub_sg0106.msp (Posted Jan. 9, 2006).