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"Why women’s representation may suffer when Hillary Clinton is attacked as ‘ambitious’ and ‘unqualified’" (with Jill Greenlee and Rachel VanSickle-Ward). The Washington Post MonkeyCage Blog. April 10, 2016.

Most Claims Settle: Implications for Alternative Dispute Resolution From A Profile of Medical Malpractice Claims in Florida” (with Neil Vidmar and Paul Lee). 2011. Law and Contemporary Problems 74: 103-133.

The Frequency, Predictability, and Proportionality of Jury Awards ofPunitive Damages in State Courts: A New Audit” (with Neil Vidmar). 2010. Suffolk Law Review XLIII: 102-138.

Measuring Merit: Rhode Island’s Supreme Court Before and After MeritSelection.” 2010. Roger Williams University Law Review 15: 705-728.

Do Women Make Better Judges? Asked and answered—with data” (with Stephen Choi, Mitu Gulati, and Eric Posner). Slate.com. October 2, 2009.  

Assessing Sotomayor’s Influence” (with Stephen Choi, Mitu Gulati, and Eric Posner). New York Times. May 29, 2009, A14.

Jacoby and Holman on The Politics of Medical Bankruptcy,” “Shifting, Shelling Out, or Shirking? The Mystery of the Disappearing Medical Debts” and “Death, Taxes, and Medical Bills,” (with Melissa Jacoby). Guest blogging appearance on The Faculty Lounge. August 5-6, 2009.

“The Regulatory Effect: A Survey of Land Use Policies” (with Travis Coan). 2008. Lincoln Institute of Land Use Policy.

International Trade in the San Bernardino Region: Transportation,Trends, and Employment” (with Annette Steinacker and Travis Coan).  2007. Economic Development Office, San Bernardino County.

“Richard Fenno.”  2007. International Encyclopedia of Social Science, Second Edition.

The Soiled Dove Takes Flight: The Introduction of Prostitutes into Common Western Mythology.” 2002. Loyola University Phi Alpha Theta Journal 33:32-47.