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Global Racism (Oxford University Press, forthcoming)
|Human Rights Racism, 32 Harvard Human Rights Journal 1 (2019) (lead article).|
|The Disruptive Neuroscience of Judicial Choice, 9 University of California Irvine Law Review 1 (2018).|
|Cognitive Competence in Executive Branch Decision Making, 49 Connecticut Law Review 713-770 (2017). (lead article).|
|Deciding to Intervene, 51 Houston Law Review 847-911 (2014). (Competitively peer-selected by the American Society of International Law for the “New Voices” panel at the 106th Annual Meeting, March 2012).|
|The U.N. Security Council’s Duty to Decide, 4 Harvard National Security Journal 320-384 (2013). Awarded the American Society of International Law’s 2014 Francis Lieber Prize (article category) for an exceptional published work in the field of the law of armed conflict.|
|Beyond Adjudication: Resolving International Resource Disputes in an Era of Climate Change, 30 Stanford Environmental Law Journal 343-390 (2011). Competitively peer-selected by the American Society of International Law for presentation at the 3rd Four Societies Conference, Awaji, Japan 2010.|
|Examining the International Judicial Function: International Courts as Dispute Resolvers, 34 Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review 5-31 (2011). Peer-reviewed essay in an invited symposium edition.|
|Integration Matters: Rethinking the Architecture of International Dispute Resolution, 32 University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law 1-55 (2010). (lead article). Reprinted in part in International Dispute Resolution: Cases and Materials, Mary Ellen O’Connell ed., Carolina Academic Press (2012).|
|Using International Dispute Resolution to Address the Compliance Question in International Law, 40 Georgetown Journal of International Law 807-864 (2009). Published prior to arriving at the University of Colorado Law School.|
BOOK CHAPTERS, BOOK REVIEWS & SHORTER WORKS
Advancing Neuroscience in International Law, in International Law As Behavior, Harlan Cohen & Tim Meyer, eds., Cambridge University Press (forthcoming 2020).
International Law’s Racism Problem, Opinio Juris ( September 4, 2019).
The Puzzle of Peace, Gary Goertz, Paul F. Diehl, and Alexandru Balas (Oxford, 2016) in the American Journal of International Law, vol. 111 (2017).
The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World, Oona A. Hathaway and Scott J. Shapiro (Simon and Schuster, 2017) in the American Journal of International Lw vol. 112 (2018).
African Women Leaders and the Advancement of Peacebuilding in International Law, in Black Women and International Law: Deliberate Interactions, Movements and Actions (Essays in honor of Gabrielle Kirk McDonald) 120-143, Jeremy Levitt ed., Cambridge University Press (2015).
Diplomatic and Judicial Means of Dispute Settlement (Laurence Boisson de Chazournes, Marcelo G. Kohen, and Jorge E. Vinúales eds.), in the American Journal of International Law, vol. 108 (2014).
International Dispute Resolution in an Era of Globalization, in International Law in the New Age of Globalization 41-70, Andrew Byrnes, Mika Hayashi, Christopher Michaelsen eds., Martinus Nijhoff Publications (2013).
SELECTED PRESS & MEDIA
- America After This | CU Boulder NEXT | Monday, April 13, 2020
- Race in America: How lawyers are defining racism, new maps tracking slavery in America and the legacy of slave music | Brainwaves-CU Boulder Today | Tuesday, September 24, 2019
- Changing the Narrative for a More Perfect Union | Law Week Colorado | Monday, September 17, 2018
- Pushing Pupils with a Passion for Peace | OZY | Thursday, May 10, 2018
- Implicit Bias in Arbitrator Appointments | Kluwer Arbitration Blog | Monday, May 7, 2018
- International Dispute Resolution Course Teaches Students to Think Globally | Colorado Law | Wednesday, January 3, 2018
- Your Biases and Beliefs are Impacting your Decision-Making | Psychology Today | Friday, June 30, 2017