W&L Scholarly Commons (Available PDFs)Books, including monographs and treatises
The Constitutional Jurisprudence of the Federal Republic of Germany, 3rd ed., Duke University Press (Durham, N.C./London 2012) (with Donald Kommers)
Global Legal Traditions: Comparative Law in the 21st Century, Lexis/Nexis (New York). (with Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im, Michael J. Bazyler and Peter K. Yu)
Comparative Law as Transnational Law: A Decade of the German Law Journal (2011), Oxford University Press (Oxford/New York). (with Peer C. Zumbansen)
Progress in International Organization (2008) Martinus Nijhoff Press (Leiden). (with Rebecca Bratspies)
US National Security, Intelligence and Democracy: From the Church Committee to the War on Terror (2008), Routledge (London).
Annual of German & European Law 2004/2005 (Volume II/III, 2007), Berghahn Books (Oxford/New York). (with Peer Zumbansen)
Transboundary Harm in International Law: Lessons from the Trail Smelter Abritration (2006), Cambridge University Press (Cambridge/New York). (with Rebecca Bratspies)
Annual of German & European Law 2003 (Volume I, 2005), Berghahn Books (Oxford/New York). (with Russell Miller and Peer Zumbansen)
Introduction - Comparative Law as Transnational Law: A Decade of the German Law Journal, in Comparative Law as Transnational Law 433 (Russel Miller & Peer Zombansen eds., 2011). (with Peer Zumbansen)
The Day the Earth Stood Still? - Reading Jürgen Habermas's Essay "February 15" Against Ian McEwan's Novel Saturday, in Comparative Law as Transnational Law 433 (Russel Miller & Peer Zombansen eds., 2011) (reprinted from 10 Germal Law Journal 81 (2009)).
Das Bundesverfassungsgericht: Procedure, Practice and Policy of the German Federal Constitutional Court, in Constitutional Courts - A Comparative Study 102 (Andrew Harding & Peter Leyland eds., 2009). (with Donald P. Kommers)
The Basic Law and the Use of Force - Remarks on the 60th Anniversary of the Bonner Grundgesetz, in The 60th Anniversary of the German Federal Republic - AICGS German-American Issues Series 21 (Jackson Janes ed., 2009).
Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (online) (Rüdiger Wolfrum ed., 2nd ed. 2008).
Trail Smelter Arbitration, in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (online) (Rüdiger Wolfrum ed., 2nd ed. 2008).
Introduction: U.S. National Security, Intelligence and Democracy: From the Church COmmittee to the War on Terror, in US National Security, Intelligence and Democracy: The Legacy of the Church COmmittee 229 (Russell Miller ed., 2008).
Progress in International Law - An Explanation of the Project, in Progress in International Law 381 (Russell Miller and Rebecca Bratspies eds., 2008). (with Rebecca Bratppies)
Comparative Law and Germany's Militant Democracy, in US National Security, Intelligence and Democracy: The Legacy of the Church Committee 229 (Russell Miller ed., 2008).
Paradoxes of Personality: Transnational Corporations, Non-Governmental Organizations and Human Rights in International Law, in Progress in International Law 381 (Russell Miller and Rebecca Bratspies eds., 2008)
Introduction - The Trail Smelter Arbitration and Transboundary Harm, in Transboundary Harm in International Law: Lessons from the Trail Smelter Arbitration 167 (Rebecca Bratspies and Russel Miller eds., 2006). (with Rebecca Bratppies)
Surprising Parallels Between Trail Smelter and the Global Climate Change Regime, in Transboundary Harm in International Law: Lessons from the Trail Smelter Arbitration 167 (Rebecca Bratspies and Russell Miller eds., 2006).
The Law was Never Our Own: The Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship, the German Law Journal and the Meaning of Comparative Law, in Building A New Transatlantic Generation - Essays by Bosch Alumni 144 (R. Stefan Szwed ed., 2004). (with Peer Zumbansen)
Much Ado, But Nothing: California's New World War II Slave Labor Statute of Limitations and Its Place in the Increasingly Futile Effort to Obtain Compensation From American Courts, in NS-Forced Labor: Remembrance and Responsibility 201 (Peer Zumbansen ed., 2002)(reprinted from 23 Whittier Law Review 121 (2001-2002)).
Law Review Articles and other scholarly publications
Jurisdiction of the United States Supreme Court: The Discretion to Decide (German Federal Ministry of Justice 2013).
Collective Discursive Democracy and International Law Personality for Transnational Enterprises, 2 Proceedings of the European Society of International Law 267 (2010).
Balancing Security and Liberty in Germany, 4 J. Nat'l Security L. & Pol'y 369 (2010).
Clinton, Ginsburg, and Centrist Federalism, 85 Ind. L.J. 225 (2010).
Germany's Basic Law and the Use of Force, 17 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 197 (2010). (Symposium Proceedings)
In a Dissenting Voice: Justice Ginsburg's Federalism, 44 New Eng. L. Rev. 771 (2010).
Germany’s 1968 and the Law (with John LaMont, Peggy Fiebig, Sarah Mielke, Christopher Fields, Caitlin O’Donnell, Alexandre Rourk, Ronald Bruckmann, Katherine Bagley, Rick Hallenback), 10 GERMAN LAW JOURNAL 223 (2009).
The German Law Journal as “Lived” Comparative Law, 10 GERMAN LAW JOURNAL 1309 (2009).
Das Bundesverfassungsgericht: Procedure, Practice and Policy of the German Federal Constitutional Court (with Donald P. Kommers), 3 JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW 194 (2009).
The Day the Earth Sood Still? - Reading Jurgen Habermas' Essay "February 15th" Against Ian McEwan's Novel Saturday, 10 German L.J. 81 (2009)
The Laws of Others: A Jurisprudential Reflection on The Lives of Others (with Kristen Hutchens, Jessica Nelson, Elizabeth Plachta, Jonathan Rosamond, Nick Scannavino, Vimi Shad), 9 GERMAN LAW JOURNAL 951 (2008).
Memorial: David Currie and German Constitutional Law, 9 GERMAN LAW JOURNAL 2080 (2008)
'Trail Smelter Arbitration', ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW (Max Planck Institute eds., Oxford University Press - forthcoming 2008).
'Militant Democracy', in US NATIONAL SECURITY, INTELLIGENCE AND DEMOCRACY: THE LEGACY OF THE CHURCH COMMITTEE (Russell Miller ed., Routledge - forthcoming 2008).
'A Shared Constitutionalism: Stem Cells and the Case for Transatlanticism', (2006) Vol. 22 No. 1, JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HEALTH LAW & POLICY 476-496.
'Collective Discursive Democracy as the Indigenous Right to Self-Determination', (2006-2007) Vol. 31 No. 2, Am. Indian L. Rev.341(2006-07).
'Before the Law: Military Investigations and Evidence at the Iraqi Special Tribunal', (2005) Vol. 13 No. 1, MICHIGAN STATE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 107-154.
'Lords of Democracy: The Judicialization or "Pure Politics" in the United States and Germany' (2004) Vol. 61 No. 2, WASHINGTON & LEE LAW REVIEW 587-662.
Self- Determination in International Law and the Demise of Democracy?, 41 COLUMBIA JOURNAL OF TRANSNATIONAL LAW 601 (2003).
The Jurisprudence of Dignity – Shared Transatlantic Values, 4 GERMAN LAW JOURNAL No. 9 (1 September 2003).
Domesticating International Criminal Law: The German High Courts and Bosnian War Crimes (with Cristina Hoss), 44 GERMAN YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 576 (2002).
Constitutional Court Upholds Lifetime Partnership Act, (with Dr. Volker Roeben) 3 GERMAN LAW JOURNAL No. 8 (1 August 2002).
Dodging the Draft: Federal Constitutional Court Evades Review of Germany’s Military Service Law, 3 GERMAN LAW JOURNAL No. 5 (1 May 2002).
Consitutional Standards, Working Time and Pharmacy Opening Hours: The FCC's Message to Managers and Law Makers, 3 GERMAN LAW JOURNAL No. 3 (1 March 2002).
The Constitutional Court's "Traditional Slaughter" Decision: The Muslims' Freedom of Faith and Germany's Freedom of Conscience, 3 GERMAN LAW JOURNAL No. 2 (1 February 2002).
Rejecting Radbruch: The European Court of Human Rights and the Crimes of the East German Leadership, 14 LEIDEN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 653 (2001).
Wider Radbruch: Der Europäische Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte und die Verbrechen der Staatsführung der DDR, 34 KRITISCHE JUSTIZ 1 (2001).
Domesticating International Criminal Law: Germany's Proposed Völkerstrafgesetzbuch (International Law Criminal Code), 2 GERMAN LAW JOURNAL No. 10 (15 June 2001).
The New Rule 28 and the Post-Conviction Procedure Act: A Tangled Knot (Part II), FOR THE DEFENSE – TENNESSEE ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYERS (April 1997).
The New Rule 28 and the Post-Conviction Procedure Act: A Tangled Knot (Part I), FOR THE DEFENSE – TENNESSEE ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYERS (February 1997).
Time Bandits: Exploring the Boundaries of the 1995 Post-Conviction Statute's One-Year Statute of Limitations, FOR THE DEFENSE – TENNESSEE ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYERS (December 1996).
Review of Tom Farer’s Confronting Global Terrorism and American Neoconservatives: The Framework of a Grand Strategy, 103 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 796 (2009).
'Book Review - Charlotte Ku and Harold Jacobson (eds.), Democratic Accountability and the Use of Force in International Law', (2007) Vol. 101 No. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 980.
'A Bridge Over Troubled Water? Book Review of Ralf Rogowski and Thomas Gawron (eds.), Constitutional Courts in Comparison: The U.S. Supreme Court and the German Federal Constitutional Court', (2004) Vol. 2, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 568.
Newspapers, Website, Magazines, and other general media
German Justice Differs for a Reason [op-ed], The Roanoke Times (Feb. 14, 2010).
Germany - Yes You Can. Atlantic Community Opinion, June 23, 2010, available at http://www.atlantic-community.org/index/articles/view/Germany_-_Yes_You_Can.
Justice Ginsburg's Centrist Role [op-ed], The Roanoke Times (April 1, 2009).
Remember Promises of Humility [op-ed], Richmond Times Dispatch (December 26, 2008).
International Law Protects Native American Interests [op-ed], Seattle Post Intelligencer (April 11, 2006).
Founders Set Up Supreme Court to Make Its Own Mandate [op-ed], Idaho Statesman (September 17, 2005).
Supreme Court Needn't Reflect Majority Rule [op-ed], Spokesman Review (September 18, 2005).