MITCHELL, DALIA TSUK
(With Mitchell, Lawrence E.). Corporations: Cases and Materials. 2nd ed. Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2012.
First edition published in 2006.
Architect of Justice: Felix S. Cohen and the Founding of American Legal Pluralism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2007.
LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
"The Import of History to Corporate Law," 59 St. Louis University Law Journal 683-700 (2015).
"Jews and American Legal Pluralism," in Jews and the Law. Ed. by Ari Mermelstein, et al. New Orleans: Quid Pro, 2014.
(With Mitchell, Lawrence E.) "The Financial Determinants of American Corporate Governance: A Brief History," in Corporate Governance: A Synthesis of Theory, Research, and Practice, p. 19-36. Ed. by H. Kent Baker and Ronald Anderson. Hoboken: Wiley, 2010.
"Status Bound: The Twentieth Century Evolution of Directors' Liability," 5 NYU Journal of Law & Business 63-151 (2009).
"The End of Corporate Law" (Corporate Governance and Climate Change), 44 Wake Forest Law Review 703-729 (2009).
"Transformation, Pluralism, Individualism, and Democracy," in Transformations in American Legal History: Essays in Honor of Professor Morton J. Horwitz, p. 185-210. Edited by Daniel W. Hamilton. Cambridge, MA : Harvard Law School, 2009.
"Shareholders as Proxies: The Contours of Shareholder Democracy." 63 Washington & Lee Law Review 1503-1578 (2006).
"From Pluralism to Individualism: Berle and Means and 20th-Century American Legal Thought." 30 Law & Social Inquiry 179-225 (2005).
"Corporations Without Labor: The Politics of Progressive Corporate Law." 151 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1861-1913 (2003).
(Symposium: "Putting Law in Its Place in Native North America.") "'A Double Runner': Felix S. Cohen and the Indian New Deal," 25 Political and Legal Anthropology Review 48-68 (Summer 2002).
"Legal Realism," in Legal Systems of the World: A Political, Social and Cultural Encyclopedia. Edited by Herbert Kritzer. Santa Barbara : ABC-CLIO, 2002.
(Symposium: "Legislating Morality: The Problem of Moral Rights and Legal Rights.") "Pluralisms: The Indian New Deal as a Model,"" 1 Margins: Maryland's Interdisciplinary Publication on Race, Religion, Gender and Class 393-449 (2001).
"The New Deal Origins of American Legal Pluralism." 29 Florida State University Law Review 189-268 (2001).
Review of Felix S. Cohen, On the Drafting of Tribal Constitutions, edited by David E. Wilkins. The Register of Kentucky Historical Society, 2008.