Think Global, Pay Local, chapter in HOW CITIES WILL SAVE THE WORLD: URBAN INNOVATION IN THE FACE OF POPULATION FLOWS, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND ECONOMIC INEQUALITY (Ray Brescia and John Travis Marshall, eds., Routledge, 2016)
Medical Schools’ Willingness to Accommodate Medical Students with Sensory and Physical Disabilities: Ethical Foundations of a Functional Challenge to “Organic” Technical Standards, 18 AMA Journal of Ethics 993 (2016) (with Michael McKee, Ben Case, Maureen Fausone, Philip Zazove and Michael D. Fetters)
Safe at Home: Considering a Right to Counsel in Civil Cases as a State Constitutional Matter, in MAKING A MODERN CONSTITUTION: THE PROSPECTS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM IN NEW YORK (Scott Fein & Rose Mary Bailly, eds., 2016)
Commentary and Recommendations to the New York State Legislature on the Sixth Report of the EPTL-SCPA Legislative Advisory Committee (Trusts and Estates Law Section, New York State Bar Association, 2016) (with William P. LaPiana)
U.S. Medical Schools' Compliance With the Americans with Disabilities Act: Findings From a National Study, 91 Academic Medicine 979 (2016) (with Philip Zazove, Benjamin Case, Christopher Moreland, Melissa A. Plegue, Anne Hoekstra, Ananda Sen and Michael D. Fetters)
“Using Hip-Hop’s Lyrical Narrative to Inform and Critique the Family Justice System” in the book "Hip Hop and the Law" (edited by: Pamela Bridgewater, André Douglas Pond Cummings, Donald F. Tibbs), published by Carolina Academic Press (August 2015).
“Teaching the Newly Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Values in a Changing World: Intercultural Effectiveness” in BUILDING ON BEST PRACTICES: TRANSFORMING LEGAL EDUCATION IN A CHANGING WORLD (LexisNexis, 2015) (with Robin Boyle, Antoinette Sedillo Lopez & Rhonda Magee) (Boyle, Lopez & Magee, eds.)
Jackals, Tall Ships, and the Endless Forest of Lies: Foreword to Symposium on the Voting Rights Act in the Wake of Shelby County v. Holder, Berkeley Journal of African-American Law and Policy and Touro Journal of Race, Gender & Ethnicity (April 2015)
"Domains of Policy: Law & Society Perspectives on Anti-Discrimination" in The Wiley Handbook of Law and Society (Austin Sarat and Patty Ewick, eds., Wiley, 2015)
Embracing Disruption: How Technological Change in the Delivery of Legal Services Can Improve Access to Justice, 78 Albany Law Review 553 (2015) (with Walter McCarthy, Ashley McDonald, Kellan Potts and Cassandra Rivais)
The New York Law Journal in its Feb 4, 2015 edition published his bi-monthly Evidence column. This column addressed and criticized the recent First Department decision in Ambac v. Countrywide which recognized a broad new exception to NY's waiver by disclosure rule.