- The Constitutional Conservatism of the Warren Court, 100 California Law Review 1101 (2012). View Article
- The Significance of the Frontier in American Constitutional Law, 2011 Supreme Court Review 345 (2012). View Article
- Recognizing Race, 112 Columbia Law Review 404 (2012). View Article
- Rethinking the Interest-Convergence Thesis, 105 Northwestern University Law Review 149 (2011). View Article
- Judicial Inconsistency as Virtue: The Case of Justice Stevens [Symposium: The Finest Legal Mind: A Symposium in Celebration of Justice John Paul Stevens], 99 Georgetown Law Journal 1263 (2011). View Article
- The Consensus Constitution, 89 Texas Law Review 755 (2011). View Article
- Obama's Law, New Republic, June 30, 2011, at 10. <http://www.tnr.com/article/politics/magazine/89647/obama-legal-philosophy-laurence-tribe>
- Why the High Court is Ready for Gay Marriage, Washington Post, June 26, 2011, at B1. View Article
- It's Alive, New Republic, July 8, 2010, at 10.
- The Stevens Myth, New Republic, April 29, 2010, at 19.
- Rules, the New Standards: Partisan Gerrymandering and Judicial Manageability After Vieth v. Jubelirer [Symposium: Law and Democracy: A Symposium on the Law Governing Our Democratic Process], 73 George Washington Law Review 1166 (2005).
- [Note] Underenfranchisement: Black Voters and the Presidential Nomination Process, 117 Harvard Law Review 2318 (2004)
- The Mirth of a Nation: Black Comedy's Reactionary Hipness, New Republic, June 11, 2001, at 29.
- Sports Nut: The Soles of Black Folk, Slate, April 27, 2001
- Ignoble Specificities, The New Republic, April 5, 2012 at 32 (reviewing Living Originalism, by Jack M. Balkin). <http://www.tnr.com/article/books-and-arts/magazine/101724/driver-scalia-law-brown-education-originalism>
- Robust and Wide-Open, New Republic, February 17, 2011, at 36 (reviewing Justice Brennan: Liberal Champion, by Seth Stern & Stephen Wermiel).
- Why Law Should Lead, New Republic, April 8, 2010, at 28 (reviewing The Will of the People: How Public Opinion has Influenced the Supreme Court and Shaped the Meaning of the Constitution, by Barry Friedman). [Reprinted in 2011 Green Bag Alamanac and Reader 375.] <http://www.tnr.com/article/books-and-arts/why-law-should-lead>
- The Lawyer's Revolution, New Republic, March 13, 2006, at 38 (reviewing A Matter of Law: A Memoir of Struggle in the Cause of Equal Rights, by Robert L. Carter).
- Indelible Marks, New Republic, November 22, 2004, at 29 (reviewing Black Trials: Citizenship From the Beginnings of Slavery to the End of Caste by Mark S. Weiner).
- Dream Weaver, New Republic, January 19, 2004, at 33 (reviewing Her Dream of Dreams: The Rise and Triumph of Madam C.J. Walker by Beverly Lowry).
- Why Johnnie Can't Lead, New Republic, February 17, 2003, at 36 (reviewing A Lawyer's Life by Johnnie Cochran with David Fisher).
- Class Act, New Republic, November 25, 2002, at 42 (reviewing 8 Mile (Universal Studios)).
- Pillar of Ire, New Republic, April 29, 2002, at 33 (reviewing Amiri Baraka: The Politics and Art of a Black Intellectual, by Jerry Gafio Watts).
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