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The Supreme Court of India: A People’s Court?, Indian Law Review (2017)

Expanding the Feminist Pathways Perspective beyond the United States: A Profile of Federal Women Prisoners in Argentina, Women & Criminal Justice 1 (2017).

The French Veil Ban: A Transnational Legal Feminist Approach, 46 University of Baltimore Law Review 201 (2017).

Book Review of The Quiet Power of Indicators: Measuring Governance, Corruption, and the Rule of Law, edited by Merry, Davis, and Kingsburg in 34 Nordic Journal of Human Rights 226 (2016).

Promoting Legal Education and Democracy in India, 8 National University of Juridical Science 1 (2015).

Sex-selective Abortion Bans: Anti-immigrant or Anti-abortion? Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Winter/Spring 2015, p. 140 (peer-reviewed journal).

Sex-selective Abortion Bans are Not Associated with Changes in Sex Ratios at Birth in Illinois and Pennsylvania (with Arindam Nandi and Brian Citro), Forum on Health and Economic Policy, December 2014 (peer-reviewed journal).

Sex-Selection in India and the United States: A Contextualist Feminist Approach, 18 UCLA Journal of Law and Foreign Affairs 61 (2013).

Litigation as a Measure of Well-Being: The Threat of India’s Case Backlog, 62 DePaul Law Review 247 (2013) (with Ted Eisenberg and Nick Robinson) republished in a book dedicated to Vice-Chancellor Singh of the National Law School in Delhi.

Book Review of Socio-Economic Rights: Adjudication under a Transformative Constitution by Sandra Liebenberg, 34 Human Rights Quarterly 579 (2012) (with Elizabeth Brundige).

Enhancing Enforcement of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights Using Indicators: A Focus on the Right to Education in the ICESCR, 32 Human Rights Quarterly 255 (2010) (a peer-reviewed journal) (with Jocelyn Getgen and Steve Koh) and republished in “Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights,” edited by Manisuli Ssenyonjo, Ashgate Publishing.

Intent-to-Benefit: Individually Enforceable Rights in International Treaties, 44 Stanford Journal of International Law 63 (2008).

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