(With Maggs, Gregory E.) Constitutional Law: A Contemporary Approach. 2nd ed. St. Paul : West, 2011. 

First edition published in 2009


(With Colby, Thomas B.) "The Return of Lochner," 100 Cornell Law Review 527-602 (2015).

(With Tuttle, Robert W.) "Bible Literalism and Constitutional Originalism," 86 Notre Dame Law Review 693-763 (2011).

"Federalism, Lochner, and the Individual Mandate," 91 Boston University Law Review 1723-1747 (2011).

"How Different Are Orginalism and Non-Originalism?," 62 Hastings Law Journal 707-736 (2011).

(With Colby, Thomas B.) "Living Originalism," 59 Duke Law Journal 239-307 (2009).

"Textualism and Jurisdiction," 108 Columbia Law Review 1883-1948 (2008).

"New Legal Fictions." 95 Georgetown Law Journal 1435-1495 (2007).

"Federalism, Instrumentalism, and the Legacy of the Rehnquist Court." 74 The George Washington Law Review 906-955 (2006).

"The Marshall Court and the Originalist's Dilemma." 90 Minnesota Law Review 612 (2006).

"Sources of Federalism: An Empirical Analysis of the Court's Quest for Original Meaning." 52 UCLA Law Review 217-287 (2004).

"States as Nations: Dignity in Cross-Doctrinal Perspective." 89 Virginia Law Review 1-107 (2003).

"Pennhurst, Chevron, and the Spending Power." 110 Yale Law Journal 1187 (2001).

"Commas, Constitutional Grammar, and the Straight-Face Test: What if Conan the Grammarian were a Strict Textualist?" 16 Constitutional Commentary 7 (1999).

"The Anticommandeering Principle and Congress's Power to Direct State Judicial Action: Congress's Power to Compel State Courts to Answer Certified Questions of State Law." 31 Connecticut Law Review 649-710 (1999).


"Understanding Kelo: Why Justice Souter Should be Praised." Manchester Union Leader, p. A9 (Aug. 3, 2005).