Evictions, Aspiration and Avoidance, 5 CONST. CT. REV. 173 (2014) (one of two invited lead essays) (peer reviewed)

Book Review Sandra Liebenberg, Socio-Economic Rights. Adjudication under a Transformative Constitution 24 EUROP. J. INT'L L. 739 (2013) (faculty edited)

Courts, capacity and engagement: Lessons from Hlophe v City of Johannesburg, 14 ECON. & SOC. RTS. REV. 3 (2013)

Proceduralism┬┐s Triumph and Engagement┬┐s Promise in Socio-Economic Rights Litigation, __ S. AFR. J. HUM. RTS. __ (forthcoming 2011) (peer-reviewed)

Demosprudence in Comparative Perspective, 47 STANFORD J. INT'L L. (2011)

Engagement's Possibilities and Limits as a Socioeconomic Rights Remedy, 9 WASH. U. GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES L. REV. 399 (2010)

Residents of Joe Slovo Community v Thubelisha Homes and Others: The Two Faces of Engagement, 2010 HUM. RTS. L. REV. 10(2) (2010) (faculty edited)

Accommodating Science Through Weak Form Review:  Lessons from the TAC Litigation, INT'L REV. OF CONSTITUTIONALISM (solicited)

Extending the Shadow of the Law: Using Hybrid Mechanisms to Develop Constitutional Norms in Socioeconomic Rights Cases, 2009 UTAH L. REV. 797 (2009)
--earlier version selected for inclusion in the New York University Center for Human Rights and Global Justice Working Papers Series No. 21 (2008)

Occupiers of 51 Olivia Road v City of Johannesburg:  Enforcing the Right to Adequate Housing through 'Engagement', 2008 HUM. RTS. L. REV. 8(4) (2008) (faculty edited)

Policentrism, Political Mobilization and the Promise of Socioeconomic Rights, 45 STANFORD J. INT'L L. 151 (2009)

The International Legacy of Brown v. Board of Education, 35 MCGEORGE L. REV. 105 (2004) (with Justice Richard J. Goldstone)

Note, "Out The Window"?: Prospects for the EPA and FMLA After Kimel v. Florida Board of Regents, 61 OHIO ST. L. J. 1755 (2000)

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