Under Review:

Exploring Disagreement in Indicators of State Repression” (with Charles Crabtree & Christopher J. Fariss) (Conditional Acceptance at Political Science Research and Methods)

Working Papers:

A Theory of Treatymaking” (with James D. Morrow)

“Conceptualizing State Repression” (with Charles Crabtree & Christopher J. Fariss, 81 Law & Contemporary Problems (forthcoming 2018)

Alliance-Forming in Treaty Negotiations” (with James D. Morrow)

Measuring Judicial Traits Using Supervised Text Analysis of Expert Evaluations” (with Adam Feldman)


“International Law and Attitudes Toward Refugees: A Field Experiment”

“Human Rights Scholarship’s Interdisciplinary Future,” 81 Law & Contemporary Problems (conclusion to special issue: The Future of Human Rights Scholarship, forthcoming 2018)

“Estimating State Interest From Treaty Negotiations” (with Charles Crabtree & James D. Morrow)

Published & Forthcoming Articles & Essays:

“Book Review” (reviewing “The Interpretation of International Law by Domestic Courts” (Helmut Philipp Aust & Georg Nolte eds., Oxford University Press 2016)) (with Mila Versteeg), 111 Am. J.  Int’l L. (2017)

Disaggregating the Human Rights Treaty Regime” (with Cosette D. Creamer), 56 Virginia J. Int’l L. 459 (2017)

Congress’s International Legal Discourse,” 113 Mich. L. Rev. 1115 (2015) (excerpted in Curtis A. Bradley & Jack L. Goldsmith, Foreign Relations Law: Cases and Materials (5th ed. 2014) (Dec. 2016 supplement))

Lost in Translation: The Accidental Origins of Bond v. United States,” 112 Mich. L. Rev. First Impressions 133 (2014)

The Intermestic Constitution: Lessons From the World’s Newest Nation,” 53 Va. J. Int’l L. 667 (2013)

Published & Forthcoming Book Chapters:

“Comparative International Law in National Legislatures” (with Hooman Movassagh), in Comparative International Law (Anthea Roberts et al. eds., forthcoming Oxford University Press 2018)

Treaty Law and National Legislative Politics” (Wayne Sandholtz & Christopher Whytock eds.,  as part of Edward Elgar’s Research Handbooks in International Law series)

Reconceptualizing Recognition Uniformity,” in Foreign Court Judgments and the U.S. Legal System (Paul Stephan ed., Brill 2014)

South Sudan’s Dualistic Constitution,” in The Social & Political Foundations of Constitutions (D.J. Galligan & Mila Versteeg eds., Cambridge University Press 2013)