Catalogue of Articles

Ronald Goldfarb has written monthly book reviews for the Washington Lawyer for 15 years, writes a column CapitaLetters regularly for the online literary journal Washington Independent Review of Books  (http://www.wirob.com/), blogs regularly for The Hill’s Pundits Blog (http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog), as well as for other print and online media.

Year Month/Day Title Periodical
2017 February

Review: When Freedom Isn't Free

The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

Washington Lawyer
2017 January 13, 2017

CapitaLetters: He Had A Dream - A look at Kitty Kelley's new book, Martin's Dream Day.

http://www.washingtonindependentreviewofbooks.com/features/he-had-a-dream 

Washington Independent Review of Books
2017 January

Review: Lessons From a Bloody Revolt, 45 years after Attica, cry for prison reform persists.

Blood in the Water by Heather Ann Thompson

Washington Lawyer
2016 December 23 

CapitaLetters: Lost in Translation

http://www.washingtonindependentreviewofbooks.com/features/lost-in-translation1

Washington Independent Review of Books
2016 November

Review: IN HER OWN WORDS, A Panoramic look at Justice Ginsburg's life story and legal career.

My Own Words by Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Washington Lawyer
2016 October 

Review: WHEN LAW & LITERATURE MEET

The Ulysses Trials by Joseph M. Hassett

Washington Lawyer
2016 September

CapitaLetters: Two Informative Books about Writing: These recent releases offer insights into the literary life

http://www.washingtonindependentreviewofbooks.com/features/2-informative-books-about-writing

Washington Independent Review of Books
2016 September

Review: THE LYNCHING: The Epic Courtroom Battle That Brought Down the Klan, by Laurence Leamer

Washington Lawyer
2016 August 26

CapitaLetters: Name Recognition: An appreciation and critique of "brand" books

http://www.washingtonindependentreviewofbooks.com/features/name-recognition

Washington Independent Review of Books
2016 July/August

Reviews: MISSION FAILURE & THE WORLD IN THE POST WAR ERA, by Michael Mandelbaum

AMERICA'S WAR FOR THE GREATER MIDDLE EAST: A MILITARY HISTORY, by Andrew J. Bacevich

Washington Lawyer
2016 July 22

CapitaLetters: Remembering Robert F. Kennedy's Transformation

Review of Bobby Kennedy: Making of a Liberal Icon, by Larry Tye

http://www.washingtonindependentreviewofbooks.com/features/remembering-robert-f.-kennedys-transformation 

Washington Independent Review of Books
2016 July 1

CapitaLetters:Tennis, Anyone?

http://www.washingtonindependentreviewofbooks.com/features/tennis-anyone

Washington Independent Review of Books
2016 May

Review: INCARCERATION NATIONS by

Baz Dreisinger

Washington Lawyer
2016 April Review: Dissent and the Supreme Court: Its Role in the Court's History and the Nation's Constitutional Dialogue by Melvin I. Urofsky Washington Lawyer
2016 March 16 CapitaLetters: My Dinner with Pat Conroy Washington Independent Review of Books
2016 March Review: Power Wars by Charlie Savage Washington Lawyer
2016 February Review: The Crossing by Michael Connelly Washington Lawyer
2015 December Review: VENDETTA Bobby Kennedy versus Jimmy Hoffa by James Neff Washington Lawyer
2015 November Review: The Quartet by Joseph J Ellis Washington Lawyer
2015 November 6

CapitaLetters: The Right to Write = Kitty Kelley, Frank Sinatra, and the First Amendment

Washington Independent Review of Books
2015 October Review: The Cartel by Don Winslow Washington Lawyer
2015 September Review: The English Spy by Daniel Silva Washington Lawyer
2015 July 21 CapitaLetters: "The Kings of Sport - Recalling the masters who elevated sports writing to an art Washington Independent Review of Books
2015 June Review: Unfair - The New Science of Criminal Injustice by Adam Benforado Washington Lawyer
2015 May Review: Too Big to Jail by Brandon L Garrett Washington Lawyer
2015 March 4 CapitaLetters: "Malfeasance on an Epic Scale - A look at Pay Any Price: Greed, Power, and Endless War by James Risen Washington Independent Review of Books
2015 March Interview: "Q & A: Ronald Goldfarb on Legal Fiction Writing" by David O'Boyle Washington Lawyer
2015 February Review: "Gray Mountain" John Grisham Washington Lawyer
2015 January 6 CapitaLetters: "Death of a Gentleman: Remembering Senator Ed Brooke 1919-2015"  Washington Independent Review of Books
2015 January Review: "The Burning Room" by Michael Connelly Washington Lawyer
2015 January 2 CapitaLetters: "The Sophomore Slump" Mark Leibovich's Citizens of the Green Room  Washington Independent Review of Books 
2014 December 2

CapitaLetters: "Sand, Surf, and Seminars"

Washington Independent Review of Books
2014 December

Review: "The Stranger: Barack Obama in the White House" by Chuck Todd

Washington Lawyer
2014 November

Review: "The Second Amendment" by Michael Waldman

Washington Lawyer
2014 September 26

CapitaLetters: "Notes on a Scandal"

A look at The Nixon Defense: What He Knew and When He Knew It by John W. Dean

Washington Independent Review of Books
2014 September

Review: "Midnight in Europe" by Alan Furst and "The Director" by David Ignatius

Washington Lawyer
2014 July/August

Review: "The Rule of Nobody" by Philip K. Howard

Washington Lawyer
2014 June 26

CapitaLetters "A Spy for All Seasons"

Washington Independent Review of Books
2014 May Review: "Secrets and Leaks: The Dilemma of State Secrecy" by Rahul Sagar Washington Lawyer
2014 May 12 CapitaLetters "No Place to Hide" by Glenn Greenwald
Washington Independent Review of Books
2014 April Review: "Sycamore Row" by John Grisham Washington Lawyer
2014 March 12 CapitaLetters "Patriot or Traitor?" Washington Independent Review of Books
2014 February 8 CapitaLetters  "Rereading Charles McCarry" Washington Independent Review of Books
2014 February Review: The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly Washington Lawyer
 2014 January 8 CapitaLetters  "My Promised Land" by Ari Shavit Washington Independent Review of Books 
2014 January Review: Reflections on Judging by Richard A. Posner Washington Lawyer
2013 December 20

CapitaLetters Double Down: Game Change 2012 by

Mark Halperin and John Heilemann

Washington Independent Review of Books
2013 December Review: American Epic: Reading the U.S. Constitution by Garrett Epps Washington Lawyer
2013 November 27 CapitaLetters The Kennedy Library, Part 2 Washington Independent Review of Books

2013

November 20

CapitaLetters The Kennedy Library

Washington Independent Review of Books

2013

November

Review: Rise of the Warrior Cop by Radley Balko

Washington Lawyer

2013

October

Review: The Shanghai Factor by  Charles McCarry

Washington Lawyer

2013

October/November

The Changing Publishing Landscape: Merger to Challenge Amazon's Monopoly

The Writer’s Chronicle

2013

September

Review: A Delicate Truth by John le Carre

Washington Lawyer

2013

June

Review: The Roberts Court by Marsha Coyle

Washington Lawyer

2013

May

Review: My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor

Washington Lawyer

2013

April

Article: Electronic Revolution: What's its Impact on Books and Lawyers?

Washington Lawyer

2013

February

Review: Failing Law Schools

Washington Lawyer

2013

February

The Changing Publishing Landscape

The Writer’s Chronicle

2013

January

Review: WHAT MONEY CAN'T BUY

Washington Lawyer

2012

December

Review: THE OATH

Washington Lawyer

2012

November

Review: IN CHAMBERS: Stories of Supreme Court Law Clerks and Their Justices

Washington Lawyer

2012

September

The Battle Over Electronic Publishing

The Writer’s Chronicle

2012

July 25

Review: Watergate:   The Hidden History, Nixon, The Mafia and the CIA

Washington Independent   Review of Books

2012

July/August

Review: CRIME and   GUILT

Washington Lawyer

2012

June

Review: THE NEW JIM CROW

Washington Lawyer

2012

May

What Writers Need   to Know About Electronic Publishing

The Writer’s Chronicle

2012

May

Review: THE   OPERATORS

Washington Lawyer

2012

April 24

Review: Castro’s   Secrets: The CIA and Cuba’s Intelligence Machine

Washington   Independent Review of Books

2012

April

Review: CONVICTING   THE INNOCENT

Washington Lawyer

2012

March 8

Review: Anatomy   of Justice: A Murder Case Gone Wrong

Washington Independent Review of Books

2012

March

Review: MAUTHAUSEN   TRIAL

Washington Lawyer

2012

February

Review: TOP SECRET   AMERICA

Washington Lawyer

2012

January

Review: JAMES   MADISON

Washington Lawyer

2011

December

Review: FIRST   THING WE DO, LET’S DEREGULATE ALL THE LAWYERS

Washington Lawyer

 

2011

November 1

TIME TO CLEAN UP   THE SUPREME COURT

SALON 

2011

November 10

DID CAIN’S ACCUSER   ACT ETHICALLY?

SALON

2011

October

Review: JERSEY LAW

Washington Lawyer

2011

September

Review: Lost   Memory of Skin 

Washington   Independent Review of Books

2011

September

Art and Politics:   The Wagner Question

Washington   Independent Review of Books

2011

September

Review: THE   SUPREME COURT AND THE PRESS

Washington Lawyer

2011

July

Review: POPULAR   CRIME

Washington Lawyer

 

2011

June

Review: THE FIFTH   WITNESS

Washington Lawyer 

2011

May

Review: WE MUST   NOT BE AFRAID TO BE FREE

Washington Lawyer

2011

April

Review:   MARSHALLING JUSTICE

Washington Lawyer

2011

March

Review: THE FALL   OF THE HOUSE OF ZEUS

Washington Lawyer

2011

February

Review: SPINNING   THE LAW

Washington Lawyer 

2011 

January

Review: RUNNING THE   BOOKS

Washington Lawyer 

2010

December

Review: TORTURE   TERROR AND TRADE-OFFS

Washington Lawyer

2010

November

Review: WASHINGTON RULES

Washington Lawyer

2010

October

Review: SCORPIONS

Washington Lawyer

2010

September

Review: LYNDON B.   JOHNSON

Washington Lawyer

2010

August 4

Mr. President,   Quit Afghanistan,   Too

USA Today

2010

June

Review: INNOCENT

Washington Lawyer

2010

May

Review: PULITZER

Washington Lawyer

2010

April

Review: GAME   CHANGE

Washington Lawyer

2010

March

Review: CHURCHILL

Washington Lawyer

2010

February

Review: WOODROW WILSON-A Biography

Washington Lawyer

2010

January

Review: THE   CONSTITUTION IN 2020

Washington Lawyer

 

2009

December

Review:   JUSTICE-What's The Right Thing To Do

Washington Lawyer

2009

November 23

Torture and the   Ticking Bomb Conundrum

The National Law   Journal

2009

NOVEMBER

Review: LETHAL   LOGIC

Washington Lawyer

2009

October

Review: THE   SCARECROW, SOUTH OF BROAD, THE DEFECTOR

Washington Lawyer

2009

September

Review: BRANDEIS-A   LIFE

Washington Lawyer

2009

August

Review: BRANDEIS-A   LIFE

Moment Magazine

2009

June

Review: A SAINT ON   DEATH

Washington Lawyer

2009

May

Review: PLAIN,   HONEST MEN

Washington Lawyer

2009

April

Review: TRAITOR TO   HIS CLASS

Washington Lawyer

2009

March

Review: THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL SOCIETY

Washington Lawyer

2009

February

Review: THE ASCENT   OF MONEY

Washington Lawyer

2009

January

Review: THE   IMPORTANCE OF BEING HONEST-HOW LYING, SECRECY, AND HYPOCRISY COLLIDE WITH   TRUTH IN LAW

Washington Lawyer

2008

December

Review: HOLDING   BISHOPS ACCOUNTABLE

Washington Lawyer

2008

Volume 41 Number 3

Literary Rejection

The Writer's   Chronicle

2008

November

Review: THE NIGHT   OF THE GUN

Washington Lawyer

2008

September

Review: THE SPIES   OF WARSAW and MOSCOW RULES

Washington Lawyer

2008

July/August

Review: A PATENT   LIE AND A CURE FOR NIGHT

Washington Lawyer

2008

June

Review: STRANGE   BEDFELLOWS

Washington Lawyer

2008

May

Review: THE RISE   OF THE CONSERVATIVE LEGAL MOVEMENT

Washington Lawyer

2008

April

Review: LAW LIT

Washington Lawyer

2008

March

Review: THE NEXT   JUSTICE

Washington Lawyer

2008

February

Review: BEYOND THE   BIG FIRM and MAKING WAVES AND RIDING THE CURRENT

Washington Lawyer

2008

January

Review: UNTIL   PROVEN INNOCENT

Washington Lawyer

2007

December

Review: DEATH BY   RODRIGO

Washington Lawyer

2007

November

Review: A MORE   PERFECT CONSTITUTION

Washington Lawyer

2007

October

Review:   Christopher's Ghost

Washington Lawyer

2007

September

Review: A NATION   OF SECRETS

Washington Lawyer

2007

July 16

Review: Op ED:   Court is Final Arbiter of Executive Privilege

USA Today

2007

July/August

Review: OFF THE   RECORD and WE'RE ALL JOURNALISTS NOW

Washington Lawyer

2007

June

Review: THE LITTLE   BOOK OF PLAGIARISM

Washington Lawyer

2007

May 2

Op-Ed: The   Politics of Justice

USA Today

2007

May

Review: RELENTLESS   PURSUIT

Washington Lawyer

2007

March

Review: THE JUDGES

Washington Lawyer

2007

February

Review: OUR   UNDEMOCRATIC CONSTITUTION

Washington Lawyer

2007

January

Review: BLOOD   MONEY

Washington Lawyer

2006

December

Review: A LIFE IN   SECRETS

Washington Lawyer

2006

November

Review: NOT A SUICIDE PACT

Washington Lawyer

2006

October 26

Op-Ed: An   Opportunity for Shared Sacrifice with Hodding Carter

USA Today

2006

October

Review: MARCH

Washington Lawyer

2006

September

Review: THE MOST   DEMOCRATIC BRANCH

Washington Lawyer

2006

July/August

Review: ERRORS AND   OMMISSIONS; and THE FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT

Washington Lawyer

2006

May

Review: THE CHOSEN

Washington Lawyer

2006

March

Review: PAST   IMPERFECT

Washington Lawyer

2006

February

The Morality of   Authors

AWP

2006

January

Review: THE LINCOLN LAWYER

Washington Lawyer

2005

December

Review: A VOICE FOR THE DEAD by James E Starrs with Katherine Ramsland

Washington Lawyer

2005

November

Review: THE TRIAL A History from Socrates to OJ Simpson by Sadakat Kadri

Washington Lawyer

2005

October

Review: OBJECTION! by Nancy Grace with Diane Clehane

Washington Lawyer

2005

September

Article: Taking the Stand: Reporters' Privileges and Responsibilities

Washington Lawyer

2005

July/August

Review: AMERICAN PROMETHEUS: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Kai Bird & Martin J. Sherwin

Washington Lawyer

2005

June

Review: SPEAKING FREELY by Floyd Abrams

Washington Lawyer

2005

May

Review: PRINCE OF FIRE by Daniel Silva

Washington Lawyer

2005

January

Review: Courting   Justice

Washington Lawyer

2004

December

Review: In The   Interest of Justice

Washington Lawyer

2004

November

Televising The   Supreme Court

Washington Lawyer

2004

Oct/Nov

Art and Commerce

Writer's Chronicle

2004

October

Lawyers On   Television

TRIAL (atla)

2004

October

Right Wing   Justice: Review

Washington Lawyer

2004

 

Fred Rodell

YBDAL

2004

July/August

Review: The   Myth of Moral Justice

Washington Lawyer

2004

June

Lawyers On   Television

Washington Lawyer

2004

April

Books in the Law:   Mr. Paradise

Washington Lawyer

2004

April 4

Find Out Who Said   What To Whom

Miami Herald

2004

March

Eats, Shoots &   Leaves

Washington Lawyer

2004

February 12

Constitutional   Amendment of Gay Marriage

USA Today

2004

February

The End of   Civility

Washington Lawyer

2004

January 5

Pretrial Circus   Threatens Justice

USA Today

2003

October 11

Truth In Art

Writer's Chronicle

2003

October

Books in the Law:   Lazy B & The Majesty of the Law by Sandra Day O'Connor

Washington Lawyer

2003

July

Books in the Law:   Democracy By Decree

Washington Lawyer

2003

June

Books in the Law:   Law In America

Washington Lawyer

2003

March

Books in the Law:   Reversible Errors

Washington Lawyer

2003

February

Books in the Law:   The Trials of Lenny Bruce

Washington Lawyer

 2003

 January

Books in the Law: A Ghost's Memoir 

Washington Lawyer

2002 October Review: Movies on Trial: The Legal System on the Silver Screen by Anthony Chase Washington Lawyer
 2002  December  The Streets Where We Lived  Washingtonian
2001 October Who Is A Writer?  Writer's Chronicle 
 2001 September Finding the 31st Editor  Writer's Chronicle 
2001 August 26 Who Is A Writer? It's Not a Federal Case  Washington Post
2001 February The Electronic Marketplace for Writers  Writer's Chronicle
 2000 December 4 No; Leave It To The Lawyers  USA Today
2000  November 30 High Court Should Be Open To TV  Newsday
 2000 August 1  A Tax Break for Writers  Writer's Chronicle
 1999  June 28 Echoes of Kennedy In Hillary's Run  New York Observer 
1998  December 8 Holocaust Lawyers  Washington Post
1998 January 9 The Contemptible Practice of Contempt  Los Angeles Times
 1998   The Trial of the Century   Cosmos
1997 September 10 Summer Preserved Washington Post
1997 April 6 Good Lawyers, Bad Clients Washington Post
1997 April 6 Guilt By Association Washington Post
1996 November 24 Fix U.S. Politics, The Constitution Is Fine Japan Times
1996 November 17 The 11,000th Amendment Washington Post
1996 July/August A Supreme Court That Welcomes Cameras AJR
1996 May 19 The Future of Drug Policy Washington Post
1996 May 19 Start The Cleanup Washington Post
1996 May 5 The Invisible Supreme Court New York Times
1996   JFK, RFK, The Mob and Dallas Cosmos
1996 April Review: Above The Law Washington Monthly
1995 December 9 Did The Mob Kill JFK? Washington Post
1995 December 4 Heroes Can't Always Be Perfect Los Angeles Times
1995 December 3 His Bimini Experience Los Angeles Times
1995 December 3 No Man A Hero to A Valet, Today We're All Los Angeles Times
1995 December 1 The Wrong Villain American Judicial Review
1994 December 9 So You Want A Contract America? Washington Post
1994 October 23 Put That Trial On TV Washington Post
1994 May 12 The Mob Conspiracy to Kill JFK Washington Post
1994 March 9 Counsel of Confusion New York Times
1993 November 21 Domestic Disarmament: It's Time to Take a Second Look at the Second Amendment Washington Post
1993 Winter Supreme Court Limits Home Office Deductions SW
1993 May Bad Book Business WIW
1993 May 31 Mindless Sentencing Washington Post
1993 March 14 What The Mob Knew About JFK's Murder Washington Post
1993 March 3 When Publishers Unite, Authors Worry New York Times
1993 January 3 Perspective on Jimmy Hoffa: Making a Folk Hero Out of a Thug  
1993 January 3 The Real Hoffa Story Goes Untold Los Angeles Times
1992 August 30 Rethinking Nation's War on Crime Atlanta Constitution
1992 July 18 The Supreme Courts Buys P.C. New York Times
1992 June 3 Phil Stern's Gift Washington Post
1991 December 8 Law and Justice in Palm Beach Atlanta Constitution
1991 April 20 Judge Wright's Wrong Washington Post
1990 Winter/Spring Tom Wolfe's Jurisprudence Criminal Justice Ethics
1990 September Criminal Trials: How Public, Whose Public? Washington Lawyer
1990 May The Journalist and The Murderer Washington Journalism
1990 February 26 The Bill of Rights Needs a New York Times
1989 October 2 The Morgan Case: What Congress Should Have Done Washington Post
 1989  October 2  Claude Pepper: Minister for the People Atlanta Journal
1989 April 2 The Letters of the Law Washington Post
1989 January 22 Avoiding Nostrums and Illusions in the War on Los Angeles Times
1988 October 6 Crimes: Old Whine, Old Bottles New York Times
1988 August 8 We Are, All of Us, Free-Born Americans Washington Post
1988 June 27 Salinger: Literary Bio Creates Bad Case Law Washington Times
1987 December 8 No Premature Pardons Washington Post
1987 Summer/Fall Violence, Vigilantism, and Justice Criminal Justice Ethics
1987 July 8 In Contempt If It Wishes, Congress can just say: Washington Post
1987 March 4 Let's Skip the Courts-Martial New York Times
1986 September 4 Lake to Lake in Minnesota New York Times
1985 October 17 Lawyers-Or Hired Guns? Washington Post
1985 June 6 The Airman and the Carpenter New York Times Review
1985 May 28 The Corporate Veil New York Times
1985 May 12 Why Study Those Dirty Magazines? Washington Post
1985 January Sam Ervin and The Letter of the Law Washington Post
1984 May 31 Let's Bump Bumper Stickers Washington Jewish Week
1984 May 25 Keep PR Out of the Courts Washington Post
1984 May 25 Sinatra v. The First Amendment: Who Owns? Washington Post
1984 May 10 Hymie & Tyrone Jewish Week
1983 April 21 Ethics, Fees and Hypocrisy Washington Post
 1980 February 12  The Hard Facts of Gun Control Have Yet To Hit   Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
1980 May U.S. Supreme Court Shouldn't Be Preserved Commercial Law Journal
1980 May Review: THE BRETHREN by Woodward and Armstrong Commercial Law Journal
1979 November Interview of FCC Chairman District Lawyer
1979 November 7 GUNS-The State's Right To Bar Arms Baltimore Sun
1979 October/November A Look at Michael Pertschuk District Lawyer
1979 August 6 Energy, War and Wildflowers: Perspective Chicago Law Bulletin
1979 July 30 Common Peril Baltimore Sun
1979 July 11 Charity Overseeing Poses Hard Questions Chicago Law Bulletin
1979 July 10 Overseeing Philanthropy Baltimore Sun
1979 June 10 On Writing Well Rocky Mountain News
1979 June 7 Trend Toward Plain English and Better Syndication
1979 May 2 Containing The Law Explosion Baltimore Sun
1979 April 9 America's New Class Baltimore Sun
1979 February 13 Alternatives to Imprisonment Washington Post
1979 March 13 Who Gets Bail-And Who Stays? Boston Globe
1979 March 5 Crime and Bail Baltimore Sun
1979 February 19 If Prison Isn't The Answer, Community Service Des Moines Register
1979 February 17 On The Very Controversial Question of Lesbian Los Angeles Herald Examiner
1979 February 7 Alternatives to Prison Baltimore Sun
 1979  January 23 When Mother is a Lesbian   Newsday
1979 January 8 Custody and Custom Baltimore Sun
1979 January 5 Lesbianism Doesn't Make a Mother Unfit Chicago Law Bulletin
1978 December 8 Should Cults Be Given Closer Scrutiny? Chicago Law Bulletin
1978 December 5 Distinguishing 'Different' Religions from the La Des Moines Register
1978 December 4 Cults, Sects and the First Amendment Baltimore Sun
1978 November 7 Bizarre Jascalevich Trial Full of Ironies Chicago Law Bulletin
1978 November 2 Capital Punishment: An enduring puzzle Chicago Law Bulletin
1978 October 10 Capital Punishment: A Socially Useful Method Bergen Record
1978 October 6 'Least Drastic Form' of Capital Punishment Washington Post
1978 August Imported Farm Labor: How Growers Manipulate the System Washington Post
1978 August 15 Farmers Playing a Shell Game with Migrants The Bergen Record
1978 August 5 The Cynical Game That Puts Aliens In U.S. Farm  
1978 Summer 'My Secretary Hereafter Referred to as Mr. Cuddles Barrister
1978 Summer Crimes of Legalese: In and Out of Court Barrister
1978 May/June Does an article have a legal 'right to life'? Columbia Journalism Review
1978 May 3 A Non-Lawyer for the Supreme Court? Washington Post
1978 February 4 When Merit Yields to Patronage Washington Post
1978 January 21 Criminal Rehabilitation: It Can Work Washington Post
1977 December 3 Imaginative, Alternative Sentencing Washington Post
1977 Fall Two Standards of Justice Washington Post
1977 November 21 Voices From the Prison Suburbs Washington Post
1977 November 21 Summer Preserved Washington Post
1977 November 6 With Friends Like These: The Bakke Case San Francisco Sunday Examiner
1977 June 27 Aaron Henry's Unending Quest for Equality Washington Post
1977 June 4 Fair Play in the Fields Washington Post
1977 Summer Lawyer Language Litigation
1977 January 28 Carterizing the Judiciary Washington Post
1977 January 12 First the Filet. Then Integrity for Dessert New York Times
1976 December 20 A Farm Workers' Bill of Rights Washington Post
1976 November 17 Lawyers Guilty of 'Mumbo-Jumbo' Denver Post
1976 November 12 Lethal "Legalese" Washington Post
1976 November 12 How Lawyers Murder English Sacramento Bee
1976 October 28 Lawyers and Their Language Loopholes Washington Post
1976 August 20 Two Wranglers Washington Post
1976 July 24 The FBI Paradox Washington Post
1976 May 26 Patty Hearst: The Quintessential Victim Washington Post
1976 February 2 Teaching Lawyers to Write Washington Post
1975 December 6 Trendy Crime: Will the Media Always Go Along Washington Post
1975 October 29 Sunshine Act: Toward Congressional Openness Washington Post
1975 September An Alternative to Detention Washington Post
1975 September 26 Vacation Reading: Far From A Vintage Year Washington Post
1975 July 8 The Prescott Experience Washington Post
1975 January 27 A Wrinkle in the Campaign Law Washington Post
1975 January 8 Women and Crime Washington Post
1974 December 19 The Furlough Furor Washington Post
1974 December 2 NO: A Permanent Special Prosecutor? Washington Post
1974 September 12 Pardons: The Way They Usually Work Washington Post
1974 August 14 The View from Peaceful Valley Washington Post
1974 July 10 Executive Privilege And The Public Interest Washington Post
1974 June 26 Watergate Sentences Washington Post
1974 June 23 Please Pass The Guilt Washington Post
1974 June 2 The Contempt Power and Watergate Washington Post
1974 May 16 A Prisoner at the Crossroads Washington Post
1974 April 21 Crime and the Media Washington Post
1974 March 31 Once There Were Giants Newsday
1974 March 10 Formulating Impeachment Approach Sunday Bulletin
1974 March 3 A Lawyer's Idea On Sentencing Convicts  
1974 February 27 Impeachment Precedent Washington Post
1974 February 17 Free Press-Fair Trial and Watergate Washington Post
1974 January 6 The Permanent State of Emergency Washington Post
1974 January American Prisons: Self-Defeating Concrete Psychology Today
1973 December 27 Jobs Replace Jail Terms Washington Post
1973 October 12 Time Catches Willie Mays Washington Post
1973 October 7 Summer Rites and Rights Washington Post
1973 August 2 Rape and Law Reform Washington Post
1973 July 15 Trial and Prejudice Washington Post
1973 June 5 The Watergate Hearings: No Time For A Circus Washington Post
1973 June 5 Bobby Baker's Return Washington Post
1973 May 11 Survivors of the System of Justice Washington Post
1973 April 24 Prison Riots and Reform Washington Post
1972 November 29 Criminal-Victim Encounter Proposed St. Louis Globe-Democrat
1972 June 1 Cajun Cooking of New Orleans Washington Post
1972 March 28 A Plan for Repaying Victims of Crime Washington Post
1972 January 27 Super Supper in New Orleans Washington Post
1972 January 20 A "Non-Architecture" Way to Prison Reform Washington Post
1971 December Disaster Road: The American Prison System Intellectual Digest
1971 December The Voices Inside Juris Doctor
1971 November 21 Voices From Inside the Prisons Washington Post
1971 October 12 How Maximum Can You Get? New York Times
1971 Sept 25 The Need For A Way To Deal With Prison Grievances Washington Post
1971 July 27 Why Don't We Tear Down Our Prisons? Look Magazine
1971 June 6 Just Ask the Man Who's Been There Washington Post
1971 March 14 Closing America's Debtor's Prisons Washington Post
1970-71   Redressing Prisoners' Grievances (with Linda Singer) George Washington Law Review
1970 December 18 Compensation of Crime Victims (with Linda Singer) Washington Post
1970 October 28 The Horror of Prisons New York Times
1970 July 19 Weekends In Jail: A Useful Technique Washington Post
1970 June 24 A Clear Message From A Ghetto Walk Washington Post
1970   Maryland's Defective Delinquency Law and The Patuxent Institution (with Linda Singer) Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic 223
1970 March 21 Social Revolution May Bring About Prison Reform Washington Post
1970 March 1 A Brief for Preventive Detention New York Times
1970 January 1 Different Ways To End Recidivism Washington Post
1969 December 13 The Conspiracy for Correctional Reform The New Republic
1969 November 16 On Courting Contempt Washington Post
1969 November 1 Prison: The National Poorhouse The New Republic
1969 October 9 A Plan to Ensure Judicious Judges Washington Post
1969 August 16 Legal Nonsense The New Republic
1969 July 19 Rapping With Convicts The New Republic
1969 May 29 A Sense of Déjà Vu Down at the D.C. Jail Washington Post
1969 March 18 Prison Philosophy in Sweden and U.S. Washington Post
1969 February 26 Do Our Jails Need An Ombudsman Washington Post
1969 February 2 The Sad State of Prisons Washington Post
1969 January 21 Question of Preventive Detention Washington Post
1969 January 4 Making Criminals The New Republic
1969 July 23 Crime Gamesmanship Washington Post
1969 July 7 There's A Clear Message to Be Heard in Jail Riots Washington Post
1968 May 5 A Fifth Estate-Washington Lawyers New York Times Magazine
1967 Sept 30 BOOKS AND THE ARTS The New Republic
1967 August Legal Restraints on Crime New (with Alfred Friendly) Freedom of Information Center Report 185
1967   The Roles and Dilemmas of Counsel in Criminal Justice Administration of Criminal Justice; Southern Regional Education Board
1966 June Three Conscientious Objectors ABA Journal
1966   A Reply to Professor Keeffe Federal Bar Journal
1966 April The D.C. Jail-Ten Keys To Reform Washingtonian
1966 March 5 No Room in the Jail The New Republic
 1966  April Kennedy and the Liberals  Washingtonian
1965  October 16 The High Price of Civil Rights Protests The New Republic
1965   Civil Rights v. Civil Liberties: The Jury Trial Issue with Steve Lurzman UCLA Law Review
1965 January 16  War on Justice The New Republic
 1964  December Lawyers and the War Against Poverty ABA Journal
  1964  October 30 The Courts and TV  Commonweal
  1964  August 2  Crime. Wealth & Justice  The New Republic
 1964 June 6 The Bail Scandal The New Republic
 1964 February 29 Ensuring Fair Trials-The Impropriety of Publicity The New Republic
1964   Book Review: The Language of the Law Michigan Law Review
1963 June Publishing, Entertainment, Advertising Law Quarterly
 1962 December The Constitution and Contempt of Court Michigan Law Review
1961 Fall The Varieties of the Contempt Power Syracuse University Law Review
1961 April Public Information, Criminal Trials, and the Cause Celebre New York University Law Review
1961 March Contempt by Publication in the United States (with Professor R. Donnelly) The Modern Law Review
1961   The History of the Contempt Power Washington University Law Quarterly
1955 Fall Symposium on Artificial Insemination Syracuse Law Review
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