"Transcript: The Case for National Political (Rather than State or Judicial) Regulation of Healthcare," 36 Vermont Law Review (forthcoming).
Brief of Amici Curiae Prescription Policy Choices, Professors of Law, and Professors of Health Policy in Support of Petitioners on the Minimum Coverage Provision, Florida v. Dept. of Health & Human Svcs., U.S. Supreme Court No. 11-398 (Jan. 13, 2012). [principal author under supervision of Professor M. Kevin Outterson and with students David J. Arnold, Julia G. Mirabella, Kyle Thomson, and Hao Wang]
Brief of Amici Curiae Jewish Alliance for Law & Social Action (JALSA), Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (JCUA), Jewish Social Policy Action Network (JSPAN), New England Jewish Labor Committee (JLC), and Professor Abigail R. Moncrieff in Support, U.S. Supreme Court No. 11-398 (Jan. 13, 2012). [principal author under supervision of attorney Andrew M. Fischer and with students Zoë Sajor, Rachel Smit, and Emily Westfall]
"Common-Law Constitutionalism, the Constitutional Common Law, and the Validity of the Individual Mandate," in Symposium, Originalism and Living Constitutionalism: A Symposium on Jack Balkin's Living Originalism and David Strauss's The Living Constitution, 92 Boston University Law Review 1245 (2012).
"Cost-Benefit Federalism: Reconciling Collective Action Federalism and Libertarian Federalism in the Obamacare Litigation and Beyond," 37 American Journal of Law & Medicine 288 (2012).
"Safeguarding the Safeguards: The ACA Litigation and the Extension of Structural Protection to Non-Fundamental Liberties," 64 Florida Law Review 639 (2012).
"Understanding the Failure of Health-Care Exceptionalism in the Supreme Court's Obamacare Decision," 142 Chest 559 (Sep 2012).
"The Freedom of Health," in Symposium, The New American Health Care System: Reform, Revolution, or Missed Opportunity, 159 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2209 (2011).
"The Positive Case for Centralization in Health Care Regulation: The Federalism Failures of the ACA," with Eric Lee, in Symposium, The Role of States in Federal Health Care Reform, 20 Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 266 (2011).
"A Closer Look at the Federalization Snowball," 109 Columbia Law Review Sidebar (2009).
"Reincarnating the 'Major Questions' Exception to Chevron Deference as a Doctrine of Non-Interference (Or Why Massachusetts v. EPA Got It Wrong)," 60 Administrative Law Review 593 (2008).