The Cycles of Separation-of-Powers Jurisprudence (with Aziz Huq), 126 Yale Law Journal
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Of Constitutional Custodians and Regulatory Rivals: An Account of the Old and New Separation of Powers, 91 New York University Law Review
227 (2016). Full Text
Separation of Powers and Centripetal Forces: Implications for the Institutional Design and Constitutionality of Our National Security State, 83 University of Chicago Law Review
199 (2016). Full Text
Separation of Powers and Centripetal Forces: Implications for the Institutional Design and Constitutionality of our National-Security State, 83 University of Chicago Law Review 199 (2016).
An Enduring, Evolving Separation of Powers, 115 Columbia Law Review
515 (2015). Full Text
Running Government Like a Business…Then and Now, 128 Harvard Law Review 1152 (2015).
Privatization's Progeny, 101 Georgetown Law Journal
1023-1088 (2013). Full Text
Private Military Firms, the American Precedent, and the Arab Spring, 48 Stanford Journal of International Law 277 (2012).
The (Willingly) Fettered Executive: Presidential Spinoffs in National Security Domains and Beyond, 97 Virginia Law Review
801-98 (2011). Text
Privatization's Pretensions, 77 University of Chicago Law Review
717-780 (2010). Full Text
Deputizing Homeland Security, 88 Texas Law Review
1435-1473 (2010). Full Text
All the President's Spies: Private-Public Intelligence Gathering in the War on Terror, 96 California Law Review
901-966 (2008). Full Text
Beyond Accountability: The Constitutional, Democratic, and Strategic Problems with Privatizing War, 82 Washington University Law Quarterly
1001-1127 (2004). Full Text
Deforming Welfare: How the Dominant Narratives of Devolution and Privatization Subverted Federal Welfare Reform, 34 Seton Hall Law Review
573-669 (2004). Full Text
To Promote the General Welfare: The Republican Imperative To Enhance Citizenship Welfare Rights, 111 Yale Law Journal
1457-1498 (2002). Full Text
Faith in the Courts? The Political and Legal Future of Federally-Funded Faith-Based Initiatives (co-authored), 20 Yale Law & Policy Review 183-225 (2002).