The New 1L: First Year Lawyering with Clients (2015) (with Eduardo Capulong, Sara K. Rankin, and Nantiya Ruan). Read Full Text.
An Agenda for Prisoner Rights Litigation, in 2 Prisoners' Rights Sourcebook (1980).
Due Process Behind the Walls, in Prisoners' Rights Sourcebook (1973).
Releasing Older Prisoners Convicted of Violent Crimes: The Unger Story, 21 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class 185 (2021) (with Jennifer Elisa Chapman and Samuel P. Feder). Read Full Text.
Teaching Professional Responsibility Through Theater, 17 Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal 399 (2020) (with Elliott Rauh and Robert Bowie Jr.). Read Full Text.
Digging Them out Alive, 25 Clinical Law Review 365 (2019) (with Rebecca Bowman-Rivas and Elizabeth Smith). Read Full Text.
In Memoriam: Clinton Bamberger--Fire for Justice, 77 Maryland Law Review 928 (2018). Read Full Text.
Checks and Balances in the Age of Trump, 17 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class 1 (2017). Read Full Text.
Legal Education in Transition: Trends and Their Implications, 94 Nebraska Law Review 1 (2015) (with Sheldon Krantz). Read Full Text.
Case Studies and the Classroom: Enriching the Study of Law Through Real Client Studies, 12 Univ. of Maryland Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class 219 (2012). Read Full Text.
Limiting Death: Maryland's New Death Penalty Law, 70 Maryland Law Review 272 (2010). Read Full Text.
Diversifying the Delivery of Legal Services to the Poor by Adding a Reduced Fee Private Attorney Component to the Predominantly Staff Model, Including Through a Judicare Program, 7 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender, and Class 227 (2007). Read Full Text.
Setting an Agenda for the Future Delivery of Legal Services to the Poor in Maryland, 7 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class 215 (2007) (with others). Read Full Text.
Using Actual Legal Work to Teach Legal Research and Writing, 4 Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors 10 (2007). Read Full Text.
Teaching Legal Research and Writing with Actual Legal Work: Extending Clinical Education into the First Year, 12 Clinical Law Review 441 (2006) (with Steven D. Schwinn). Read Full Text.
The State Due Process Justification for a Right to Counsel in Some Civil Cases, 15 Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review 733 (2006). Read Full Text.
Preferring White Lives: The Racial Administration of the Death Penalty in Maryland, 5 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class 1 (2005) (with Gary Christopher). Read Full Text.
Collateral Remedies in Criminal Cases in Maryland: An Assessment, 64 Maryland Law Review 968 (2005). Read Full Text.
Institutional Barriers and Advantages in Reforming Professional Responsibility Curricula, 39 William & Mary Law Review 489 (1998).
Limited-Service Representation and Access to Justice: An Experiment, 11 American Journal of Family Law 1 (1997) (with others).
Rethinking the Full-Service Legal Representational Model: A Maryland Experiment, 30 Clearinghouse Review 1178 (1997) (with others).
Ethical Decisionmaking and Ethics Instruction in Clinical Law Practice, 3 Clinical Law Review 109 (1996) (with others). Read Full Text.
Good Judgment: Ethics Teaching in Dark Times, 9 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 31 (1995) (with David Luban).
Mandatory Pro Bono In Civil Cases: A Partial Answer To The Right Question, 49 Maryland Law Review 18 (1990).
Capital Post-Conviction Petitioners' Right To Counsel: Integrating Access To Court Doctrine And Due Process Principles, 48 Maryland Law Review 455 (1989).
Preventive Law In Government Practice, 64 Denver University Law Review 443 (1988).
The Role of the Supreme Court: Judicial Activism or Self-Restraint?, 47 Maryland Law Review 155 (1988).
The Prisoners' Right to Stay Where He Is: State and Federal Transfer Compacts Run Afoul of Constitutional Due Process, 3 Capital University Law Review 223 (1974) (with others).
Protected Inmate Liberties: A Case for Judicial Responsibility, 53 Oregon Law Review 29 (1973).
Litigating an Affirmative Prisoners' Rights Action, 11 American Criminal Law Review 39 (1972) (with others).
Prison Disciplinary Hearings and Procedural Due Process - The Requirement of a Full Administrative Hearing, 31 Maryland Law Review 27 (1971), reprinted in Prisoners' Rights, PLI Course Handbook Series No. 46 (1972).
The Unconstitutionality of Prison Life, 55 Virginia Law Review 795 (1969) (with Philip J. Hirschkop).