Vulnerability and the Legal Organization of Work, Martha Albertson Fineman and Jonathan W. Fineman Eds., Series on Gender in Law, Culture, and Society (Routledge, 2017). 

Privatization, Vulnerability, and Social Responsibility: A Comparative Perspective, Martha Albertson Fineman, Ulrika Andersson, and Titti Mattson Eds., Series on Gender in Law, Culture, and Society (Routledge, 2017). 

Stu Marvel et al, Listening to LGBTQ People on Assisted Human Reproduction: Access to Reproductive Material, Services and Facilities - Book Chapter in REGULATING CREATION: THE LAW, ETHICS, AND POLICY OF ASSISTED HUMAN REPRODUCTION, Trudo Lemmens, Andrew Flavelle Martin, Cheryl Milne, and Ian B. Lee (eds.), University of Toronto Press, 2017

Polymorphous Reproductivity and the Critique of Futurity: Toward a Queer Legal Analytic for Fertility Law – Book Chapter in New Intimacies, Old Desires: Law, Culture and Queer Politics in Neoliberal Times, Oishik Sircar and Dipika Jain (eds.), Zubaan Books, 2017

Book Chapters 

Fineman. M.A. “Homeschooling: Choosing Parental Rights over Children’s Interests,” in The Wiley Handbook of School Choice, Robert A. Fox and Nina K. Buchanan Eds., 362-375. (Wiley-Blackwell 2017).

Fineman. M.A. “Care and Gender,” in Reassembling Motherhood: Procreation and Care in a Globalized World. Yasmine Ergas, Jane Jenson, and Sonya Michel Eds., (Columbia University Press, 2017).

Fineman. M.A. Vulnerability, the Responsive State, and the Role of Religion,” in Exploring Vulnerability.  Heike Springhart and Günter Thomas Eds., 185-204. Göttingen. (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2017). (with Silas Allard) 

Book Chapters

Fineman. M.A. “Homeschooling: Choosing Parental Rights over Children’s Interests,” in The Wiley Handbook of School Choice, Robert A. Fox and Nina K. Buchanan Eds., 362-375. (Wiley-Blackwell 2017).

Fineman. M.A. “Care and Gender,” in Reassembling Motherhood: Procreation and Care in a Globalized World. Yasmine Ergas, Jane Jenson, and Sonya Michel Eds., (Columbia University Press, 2017).

Fineman. M.A. Vulnerability, the Responsive State, and the Role of Religion,” in Exploring Vulnerability.  Heike Springhart and Günter Thomas Eds., 185-204. Göttingen. (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2017). (with Silas Allard) 

Journal Articles

Dinner, D. (2016). The Divorce Bargain: The Fathers' Rights Movement and Family Inequalities. Virginia Law Review, 102 (79).   

Fineman, M. A., and Shepherd, G. (2016) Homeschooling: Choosing Parental Rights over Children’s Interests. The University of Baltimore Law Review 57.

Marvel, S. (2016). The Vulnerable Subject of Rape Law: Rethinking Agency and Consent, A Response to Deborah Tuerkheimer, Rape On and Off Campus, Emory Law Journal 65. 1(2015) Emory Law Journal Online, 65 (2035)

Journal Articles

Fineman, M.A. (2015). Equality and Difference: The Restrained State. Alabama Law Review, .66(3), 609-26.

Fineman, M.A. (2015). Vulnerability and the Institution of Marriage: The Evolution of Plural Parentage: Afterword. Emory Law Journal, 64, 2089-2091.

Fineman, M.A. (2012). Beyond Identities: The Limits of an Antidiscrimination Approach to Equality. Boston University Law Review, 92 (6), 1713- 1770.

Harris, A.P. (2015). Vulnerability and Power in the Age of the Anthropocene. Washington and Lee Journal of Energy, Climate and the Environment, 6(1), 98-161.

Marvel, S. (2015). The Evolution of Plural Parentage: Applying Vulnerability Theory to Polygamy and Same-Sex Marriage, Emory Law Journal, 64, 2047-2088. 

Nice, J.A. (2015). The Responsibility of Victory: Confronting the Systemic Subordination of LGBT Youth and Considering a Positive Role for the State. Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review, 23 (2), 100- 139.

Satz, A.B. (2015). Fragmentation After Health Care Reform. Houston Journal of Health Law and Policy.

Book Chapters

Satz, A.B. (2014). Vulnerability. In B. Reiss, R. Adams, & B. Serlin (Eds.), Keywords in Disability. NYU Press.

Journal Articles

Fineman, J. (2014). The Vulnerable Subject at Work: A New Perspective on the Employment at- Will Debate. Southwestern Law Review, 43, 275-317.

Fineman, M.A. (2014). Vulnerability, Resilience, and LGBT Youth. Temple Political and Civil Rights L. Rev. 23(2) 307-29.

Weaver, J.D. (2014). Beyond Child Welfare- Theories on Child Homelessness. Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice, 21 (1), 16-52.


Campbell, A. (2013). Sister Wives, Surrogates and Sex Workers: Outlaws by Choice? Ashgate.

Fineman, MA. and A. Grear, eds. (2013). Vulnerability: Reflections on a New Ethical Foundation for Law and Politics. Ashgate.

Fineman, MA. and M. Thomson, eds. (2013). Exploring Masculinities: Feminist Legal Theory Reflections. Ashgate.

Fineman, MA. and E. Zinsstag, eds. (2013). Feminist Perspectives on Transitional Justice: From International and Criminal to Alternative Forms of Justice. Intersentia.

Journal Articles

Bjørnholt, M. (2013). Vulnerability as a basis for Justice and equality in the Nordic countries. Introduction. Retfærd Årgang 36 2013 NR. 3/142, 1-8. Retfærd.

Carlson, J. (2013). The Equalizer? Crime, Vulnerability, and Gender in Pro-Gun Discourse. Feminist Criminology, XX(X) 1-25. Published online 17 October 2013. Sage

Fineman, MA. (2013). Feminism, Masculinities, and Multiple Identities. Nevada L. J. 13(2) 619-639. SSRN


Charles, C., ed. (2012). Critical Queer Studies: Law, Film, and Fiction in Contemporary American Culture. Ashgate

Book Chapters

Oliviero, K. (2012).  Yes on Proposition 8: Conservative Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage, in M. Bernstein and V. Taylor (ed.), (Not) The Marrying Kind: Same Sex Marriage in the Post-Gay Era. Minnesota University Press Amazon

Journal Articles

Fineman, M. A. (2012). 'Elderly' as Vulnerable: Rethinking the Nature of Individual and Societal Responsibility.  The Elder Law Journal, 20(1), 71-112. SSRN

Hendricks, J. S. (2012). Renegotiating the Social Contract. Michigan Law Review, 110, 1083-1100. SSRN


Dhir, A. et al. (2011). Global Business and Human Rights. James Featherby, (Ed.). London, UK: The European Lawyer Ltd.  

Glicksman, R. L., Markell, D., Mandelker, D., Tarlock, D., & Buzbee, W. (2007). Environmental Protection: Law and Policy (5th ed.). Austin, TX: Aspen. Amazon

Book Chapters

Fineman, M. A. (2011). Grappling with Equality: One Feminist Journey, in M. Albertson Fineman (Ed.), Transcending the Boundaries of Law: Generations of Feminism and Legal Theory (pp. 47-61). Abingdon: Routledge. Amazon 

Andersson, U. (2011).  Trafficking in Human Beings: Vulnerability, Criminal Law and Human Rights, in  S. Kouvo & Z. Pearson (Eds.), Feminist Perspectives on Contemporary International Law: Between Resistance and Compliance? (pp. 177-191). United Kingdom: Hart Publishing. Amazon 

Grear, A. (2011). Sexing the Matrix: Embodiment, Disembodiment and Law: Towards the Re-gendering of Legal Rationality?, in Jones, A. Grear, R. A. Fenton & K. Stevenson (Eds.), Gender, Sexualities and Law (pp. 39-51). Abingdon: Routledge. Amazon

Grear, A. (2011). Mind the Gap: One Dilemma concerning the Expansion of Legal Subjectivity in the Age of Globalisation. Law, Crime and History 1.

Karpin, I., & Mykitiuk, R. (2011). Feminist Legal Theory as Embodied Justice, in Fineman, M. A. (Ed.), Transcending the Boundaries of Law: Generations of Feminism and Legal Theory (pp. 115) Amazon

Smith, O. (2011). Reconciling Care-Giving and Work in Ireland: the Contribution of Protection Against Family Status Discrimination, in N. Busby & G. James (Eds.), Families, Care-Giving, and Paid Work: Challenging Labour Law in the 21st Century (pp. 153). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing. WorldCat  

Journal Articles

Fineman, M. A. (2010). The Vulnerable Subject and the Responsive State. Emory Law Journal, 60(2), 251-275. SSRN

Grear, A. (2011). The Vulnerable Living Order: Human Rights and the Environment in a Critical and Philosophical Perspective. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, 2(1), 23-44. Edward Elgar Publishing

Kim, E. (2011). Heaven for Disabled People: Nationalism and International Human Rights Imagery. Disability and Society, 26(1), 93-106. Taylor & Francis Online

Kirby, P. (2011). Vulnerability and Globalization: Mediating Impacts on Society. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, 2(1), 86-105. Edward & Elgar Publishing

Oliviero, K. (2011). Sensational Nation and the Minutemen: Gendered Citizenship and Moral Vulnerabilities. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 36(3), 679-706. JSTOR

Reiss, B. (2011). Campus Security and the Specter of Mental-Health Profiling. Chronicle of Higher Education, 57(22), A76-A76. Chronicle

Satz, A. (2011). Fragmented Lives: Disability Discrimination and the Role of “Environment-Framing”. Washington & Lee Law Review, 68(1), 187-252. Washington & Lee Law Review

Satz, A. (2011). Overcoming Fragmentation in Disability and Health Law. Emory Law Journal, 60(2), 277-323. Emory Law


Kirby, P. (2010). The Celtic Tiger in Collapse: Explaining the Weaknesses of the Irish Model. (2nd Ed.). UK: Palgrave Macmillan. WorldCat

Smith, O. (2010). Disability Discrimination Law. Dublin: Thomson Round Hall. WorldCat

Book Chapters

Hall, M. I. (2009). Capacity, Vulnerability, Risk and Consent: Personhood in the Law, in D. O’Connor & B. Purves (Eds.), Decision Making, Personhood and Dementia: Examining the Interface (119). Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. SSRN

Karpin, I. (2010). Taking Care of the Health of the Preconceived Embryos or Constructing Legal Harm, in J. Nisker et al. (Eds.), The “Healthy” Embryo (pp. 136-150). New York: Cambridge University Press. Cambridge University Press

Kim, E. (2010). How Much Sex is Healthy? The Pleasures of Asexuality, in J. Metzl & A. Kirkland (Eds.), Against Health: How Health Became New Morality (pp. 157-169). New York: New York University Press. Amazon

Kim, E. (2010). 'A Man, with the Same Feelings': Disability, Humanity, and Heterosexual Apparatus in Breaking the Weaves, Born on the Fourth of July, Breathing Lessons, and Oasis, in S. Chivers, N. Markotić (Eds.), The Problem Body: Projecting Disability on Film (pp. 131-156). Columbus, OH: Ohio State UP. Amazon

Kirby, P. (2010). Vulnerability and Globalization: The Social Impact of Globalization, in B. S Turner (Ed.), Routledge International Handbook of Globalization Studies (pp. 114-134). Abingdon: Routledge. Amazon

Journal Articles

Buzbee, W. (2009). State Greenhouse Gas Regulation, Federal Climate Change Legislation, and the Preemption Sword, San Diego Journal of Climate and Energy Law, 23(1) SSRN

Buzbee, W. (2010). Clean Air Act Dynamism and Disappointments: Lessons for climate Legislation to Prompt Innovation and Discourage Inertia, Washington University Journal of Law and Policy, 32, 33-77. EBSCO

Buzbee, W. (2010). The Scope of Congressional Authority to Protect the Environment: Comments and Colloquy, Environmental Law Reporter: News and Analysis, 40(10), 10977-10988.

Buzbee, W. (2009). Preemption Hard Look Review, Regulatory Interaction, and the Quest for Stewardship and Intergenerational Equity, George Washington Law Review, 77, 1521 SSRN

Deckha, M. (2010). Subhuman as a Cultural Agent of Violence, Journal of Critical Animal Studies, 8(3)

Dhir, A. A. (2010). Towards a Race and Gender-Conscious Conception of the Firm: Canadian Corporate Governance, Law and Diversity, Queen’s Law Journal, 35, 569 SSRN  

Grear, A. (2010). Multilevel Governance for Sustainability: Insights from a Fractured Discourse: A Response to Bosselmann in New Zealand and the EU: Contested Futures: Sustainability, Governance and International Human Rights, Europe Institute Journal, 73

Hendricks, J. (2010). Body and Soul: Equality, Pregnancy, and the Unitary Right to Abortion, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, 45(2), 329-374. SSRN

Kim, E. (2010). The Melodrama of Virginity and Sex Drive: The Gendered Discourse of 'the Sexual Oppression of Disabled People' and its ‘Solutions’, Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 7(4), 334-347. SpringerLink

Mattsson, T. (2010). Foster Children's Right to Family: A Description and Analysis of the Legislative Approach in Sweden, US-China Law Review, 7(7), 29-39.

Ni Aoláin, F. & Cahn, N. (2009). Gender, Masculinities, and Transition in Conflicted Societies, New England Law Review, 44(1), 1-23. SSRN

Ni Aoláin, F. et al. (2010). Returning Home: Women in Post-Conflict Societies, University of Baltimore Law Review, 39(3), 339-369. SSRN

Ni Aoláin, F.(2010). Women, Vulnerability and Humanitarian Emergencies. Minnesota Legal Studies Research Paper, 10(27) SSRN

Reiss, B. (2010). Madness After Virginia Tech: From Psychiatric Risk to Institutional Vulnerability, Social Text, 28(4), 25-44. Duke University Press

Satz, A. (2010). Disability Discrimination After the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, Utah Law Review, 2010(4), 983-991. Utah Law Review

Sterk, C., et al. (2010). Predictors of Unsafe Sex Among At-Risk Heterosexual Women, Women’s Health and Urban Life, 9(2), 80-106. University of Toronto 


Fineman, M. A. (2009). Taking Children's Interests Seriously, in What is Right for Children?: The Competing Paradigms of Religion and Human Rights (Martha Albertson Fineman and Karen Worthington eds.) SSRN

Woodhouse, B. (2009). Hidden in Plain Sight: The Tragedy of Children's Rights from Ben Franklin to Lionel Tate. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Amazon

Book Chapters

Fineman, M. A. (2009) The Sexual Family, in M. Albertson Fineman, J. Jackson, & A. P. Romero (Eds.), Feminist and Queer Legal Theory: Intimate Encounters, Uncomfortable Conversations (45-64). Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing. Amazon

Journal Articles and Book Reviews

Deckha, M. & Backhouse, D. (2009). Shifting Rationales: The Waning Influence of Feminism on Canada's Embryo Research Restrictions, Canadian Journal of Women and Law, 21(2), 229-266. Project MUSE

Deckha, M. (2009). Holding Onto Humanity: Commodification and Species Anxiety in Canada's Assisted Human Reproduction Act, Unbound: Harvard Journal of the Legal Left, 5(1), 21-54. Lexis Nexis

Dhir, A. (2009). The Politics of Knowledge Dissemination: Corporate Reporting, Shareholder Voice and Human Rights, Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 47(1), 47-82. SSRN

Dhir, A. (2009). Shareholder Engagement in the Embedded Business Corporation: Investment Activism, Human Rights and TWAIL Discourse, Business Ethics Quarterly, 22(1), 99-118. SSRN

Dhir, A. (2009). Shadows and Light: Addressing Information Asymmetries through Enhanced Social Disclosure in Canadian Securities Law, Canadian Business Law Journal, 47(3), 435-468. SSRN

Hall, M. I. (2009). Assessing Capacity within a Context of Abuse or Neglect, Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 21(2), 156-169. SSRN

Karpin, I. (2009) Reproduction Without Women: Frankenstein and the Legal Prohibition of Human Cloning, Feminism and the Bodyterdisciplinary Perspectives 29 Griffith Publishing

Ni Aoláin, F. (2009). Learning the Lessons: What Feminist Legal Theory Teaches International Human Rights Law and Practice, Minnesota Legal Studies Research Paper, 9(18) SSRN

Ni Aoláin, F. & Hamilton, M. (2009). Gender and the Rule of Law in Transitional Societies, Minnesota Legal Studies Research Paper, 9(12) SSRN 

Ni Aoláin, F. (2009). Gendered Under-Enforcement in the Transitional Justice Context, Minnesota Legal Studies Research Paper, 9(33) SSRN

Ni Aoláin, F. (2009). Exploring a Feminist Theory of Harm in the Context of Conflicted and Post-Conflict Societies, Minnesota Legal Studies Research Paper, 9(45) SSRN

Ni Aoláin, F. (2009). Gendering the Declaration, Minnesota Legal Studies Research Paper, 9(06)  SSRN

Satz, A. (2009). Animals as Vulnerable Subjects: Beyond Interest-Convergence, Hierarchy, and Property, Animal Law Review, 16(1) SSRN

Smith, O. (2009). A Pandisability Analysis? The Possibilities and Pitfalls of Indirect Disability Discrimination, Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 60(3), 361-380.

Woodhouse, B. (2009). The Courage of Innocence: Children as Heroes in the Struggle for Justice, University of Illinois Law Review, 2009(5), 1567-1589. SSRN

Woodhouse, B. (2009). Reflections on Loving and Children's Rights, University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy, 20(1), 11-32. Lexis Nexis

Journal Articles

Grear, A. (2007). Challenging Corporate “Humanity”: Legal Disembodiment and the Paradoxes of Human Rights', Human Rights Law Review, 7(3), 511-543. SSRN 

Hall, M. I. (2007). Equity Matters: Doing Fairness in the Context of Family Caregiving, Canadian Journal on Aging, 26 SSRN

Hendricks, J. (2007). Essentially a Mother, William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law, 13(2), 429-482.SSRN

Karpin, I. (2007). Choosing Disability: Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis and Negative Enhancement, Journal of Law and Medicine, 15(1), 89-102. SSRN

Ni Aoláin, F. & Turner, C. (2007). Gender, Truth and Transition, UCLA Women's Law Journal, 16(1), 229-279. SSRN

Smith, O. (2007). “Comparable Workers” and the Part-Time Workers Regulations, Feminist Legal Studies, 15(1), 85-98. SpringerLink

Sterk, C., et al. (2007). Childhood neglect and Adulthood Involvement in HIV-related Risk Behaviors, Child Abuse and Neglect, 31(1), 39-53. PubMed

Sterk, C., et al. (2007). Safe living: The impact of unstable housing conditions on HIV risk reduction among female drug users, AIDS and Behavior, 11(6), 45-55. PubMed

Sterk, C., et al. (2007). Individual Action and Community Context: The Health Intervention Project, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 32, S177-S181. PubMed 


Kirby, P. (2006). Vulnerability and Violence: The Impact of Globalization. London: Pluto Press. Amazon

Ni Aoláin, F. & Gross, O. (2006). Law in Time of Crisis: Emergency Power in Theory and Practice. New York: Cambridge University Press. Amazon

Journal Articles

Dhir, A. (2006). Of Takeovers, Foreign Investment and Human Rights: Unpacking the Noranda-Minmetals Conundrum, Banking & Finance Law Review, 22(1), 77-104. SSRN

Dhir, A. (2006). Realigning the Corporate Building Blocks: Shareholder Proposals as a Vehicle for Achieving Corporate Social and Human Rights Accountability, American Business Law Journal, 43(2), 365-412. SSRN

Grear, A. (2006). Human Rights - Human Bodies? Some Reflections on Corporate Human Rights Distortion, the Legal Subject, Embodiment and Human Rights Theory, Law and Critique, 17(2), 171-199. SSRN 

Hall, M. I. (2006). Institutional Tortfeasors: Systemic Negligence and the Class Action, Tort Law Journal, 14(2)

Hall, M. I. (2006). Intuitive Fiduciaries: The Equitable Structure of Family Life, Canadian Journal of Family Law SSRN 

Kirby, P. (2006). Theorising Globalisation's Social Impact: Proposing the Concept of Vulnerability, Review of International Political Economy, 3(4), 632-655.

Satz, A. (2006). A Jurisprudence of Dysfunction: On the Role of 'Normal Species Functioning' in Disability Analysis, Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics, 6(2), 221-267.SSRN

Satz, A. (2006). Would Rosa Parks Wear Fur? Toward a Nondiscrimination Approach to Animal Welfare, Journal of Animal Law & Ethics, 1, 139. SSRN


Worthington, Karen et al., Southern Juvenile Defender Center of Emory University, Representing the Whole Child: A Juvenile Defender Training Manual (2005).

Book Chapters

Fineman, M. A. (2005), Cracking the Foundational Myths: Independence, Autonomy and Self-Sufficiency, in M. A. Fineman & T. Dougherty (Eds.), Feminism Confronts Homoeconomicus: Gender, Law and Society. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. SSRN

Journal Articles

Hall, M. I. (2005) A Legal Framework for Supportive Housing for Seniors: Options for Canadian Policy Makers, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation External Research Program SSRN 

Hall, M. I. (2005). Equitable Fraud: Material Exploitation in Domestic Settings, Elder Law Review, 4 SSRN

Woodhouse, B. (2005). Waiting for Loving: The Child's Fundamental Right to Adoption, Capital University Law Review, 34(2), 297-329 Lexis Nexis

Woodhouse, B. (2005).  Ecogenerism: An Environmental Approach to Protecting Endangered Children, Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law


Fineman, M. A. (2004). The Autonomy Myth: A Theory of Dependency. The New Press Amazon

Journal Articles and Book Reviews

Kirby, P. (2004). Globalization, Vulnerability and the Role of the State: Lessons for Ireland, Administration

Journal Articles

Buzbee, W. (2003). Urban Form, Health and the Law's Limits, American Journal of Public Health, 93(9), 1395-1399. PubMed

Grear, A. (2003). A Tale of the Land, the Insider, the Outsider and Human Rights, Legal Studies, 23(1), 33-65. Wiley Online Library

Hall, M. I. (2003). Duty to Control and the Duty to Warn, Canadian Bar Review, 82(3). SSRN

Ruskola, T. (2002). Legal Orientalism, Michigan Law Review, 101(1), 179. SSRN

Woodhouse, B. (2003). Enhancing Children's Participation in Policy Formation, Arizona Law Review, 45(3), 751-763. Arizona Law Review

Woodhouse, B. (2003). Defending Childhood: Developing a Child-Centered Law and Policy Agenda, Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy, 14(2), 7-13.

Satz, A. (2002). The Case Against Assisted Suicide Reexamined. Michigan Law Review, 100, 1380-1407. Lexis Nexis 

Woodhouse, B. B. (2002). Youthful Indiscretions: Culture, Class Status, and the Passage to Adulthood. DePaul Law Review, 51, 743-768. Lexis Nexis


Reiss, B. (2001). The Showman and the Slave: Race, Death, and Memory in Barnum's America. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Amazon 

Worthington, K. (2001) Strategies to Strengthen Georgia’s Child Protective System:  A Policy Paper for the 2001 General Legislative Session. Barton Child Law and Policy Center.

Journal Articles 

Smith, O. (2001). Disability, Discrimination and Employment: A Never Ending Legal Story. Dublin University Law Journal, 23, 7.

Smith, O. (2001). Ireland's Legal and Extra Legal Responses to the EC's Recommendation and Code of Practice on Protecting the Dignity of Women and Men at Work, in Comparing Law in Europe on the Dignity of Women and Men, 45

Journal Articles 

Hall, M. I. (2000).The Liability of Public Authorities for the Abuse of Children in Institutional Care: Common Law Developments in Canada and the United Kingdom. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 14, 281-301. SSRN 

Hall, M. I. (2000). Responsibility Without Fault: Bazley v Curry. Canadian Bar Review, 29, 474 SSRN  

Smith, O. (2000). Making Women Count in Ireland. Making Women Count: Integrating Gender into Law and Policy Making, 23-49.

Woodhouse, B.B. (2000). Dred Scott's Daughters: Nineteenth Century Urban Girls at the Intersection of Race and Patriarchy, Buffalo Law Review 48, 669- 701. Lexis Nexis  

Journal Articles 

Woodhouse, B. B. (1999). Recognizing Children's Rights: Lessons from South Africa, Human Rights

Journal Articles 

Hendricks, J. S. (1998). Women and the Promise of Equal Citizenship. Texas Journal of Women and the Law, 8, 51-91. Lexis Nexis 

Woodhouse, B. B. (1998). From Property to Personhood: A Child-Centered Perspective on Parents' Rights. Georgetown Journal on Fighting Poverty, 5, 313-319. Lexis Nexis 


Worthington, K. (1997). Working with Child Deprivation Cases in Georgia's Juvenile Courts: A Reference Manual for Attorneys Representing Parents. Supreme Court of Georgia Child Placement Project Barton Center 

Journal Articles 

Woodhouse, B. B., (1997). It All Depends on What You Mean by Home: Toward a Communitarian Theory of the 'Nontraditional' Family. Utah Law Review Society, 1996, 569-612. Lexis Nexis 

Journal Articles  

Ruskola, T. (1996). Minor Disregard: The Legal Construction of the Fantasy That Gay and Lesbian Youth Do Not Exist. Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, 8, 269-331.  Lexis Nexis 


Fineman, M. A. (1995). The Neutered Mother, The Sexual Family, and Other Twentieth Century Tragedies. New York, NY: Routledge. Amazon 

Journal Articles and Book Reviews 

Woodhouse, B. B. (1992). Who Owns the Child? Meyer and Pierce and the Child as Property, William and Mary Law Review, 33.4, 995-1122. William and Mary Law Review


Fineman, M. A. (1991). The Illusion of Equality: The Rhetoric and Reality of Divorce Reform. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. Amazon