PEER REVIEW PUBLICATIONS:
“Objections in Immigration Court: Dost Thou Protest Too Much or Too Little?” Stetson Journal of Advocacy and the Law, (expected publication Winter/Spring 2018) (cite as 5 Stetson J. Advoc. & L. 1 (2018).
“Does the New Jersey Bail Reform Affect the Immigration Court Bond Hearings?” Rutgers Law Record, Winter 2017 (cite as 44 Rutgers L. Rec. 106) (March, 2017).
“Emerging from the Jungle: New Jersey Workers Compensation and Workers without Lawful Immigration Status,” Seton Hall Legislative Journal, Spring 2013 (cite as 37 Seton Hall Legis. J. 262).
Contributing Author: “A View Through the Looking Glass: How Crimes Appear from the Immigration Court Perspective,” Fordham Urban Law Journal, Fall 2011 (cite as 39 Fordham Urb. L.J. 91).
How Padilla v. Kentucky Impacts the Immigration Courts,” St. John’s University Journal of International and Comparative Law, Spring 2011 (cite as 1 St. John’s J. Int’l. & Comp. L. 48).
"Asking and Telling: Identity and Persecution in Sexual Orientation Asylum Claims – Immutable Characteristics and Concepts of Persecution Under U.S. Asylum Law," Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, Fall 2010 (cite as 25 Geo. Immgr. L.J. 117). Listed as a reference in the commentary to 8 C.F.R. § 1208.13 Establishing asylum eligibility and also listed as a reference in the commentary to 8 C.F.R. § 208.12 Reliance on information compiled by other sources.
"Is The Internet 'Voodoo?': Evidentiary Weight of Internet-Based Material in Immigration Court," Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal, Fall-Winter 2010 (cite as 10 Conn. Pub. Int. L.J. 139) and listed in the Forty-Second Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law, Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal, 2011 (cite as 37 Rutgers Computer & Tech.L.J. 313). Listed as a reference in the commentary to 8 C.F.R. § 1240.7 Evidence in removal proceedings under section 240 of the Act. Secondary Author: “Expert Witnesses in Immigration Proceedings,” Immigration Law Advisor, May 2010 (Vol.4, No.5).
“Asking and Telling: Identity and Persecution in Sexual Orientation Asylum Claims,” Immigration Law Advisor, September 2008 (Vol.2, No.9).
LEGAL PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS:
“In Borrowed Robes: A Day in the Life of an Immigration Judge,” The Judges Journal/ ABA (July, 2017).
“The Commonsense of Direct and Cross Examinations in Immigration Court,” New Jersey Lawyer Magazine (Immigration Issue), Feb. 2017.
“In Terms so Plain and Firm as to Command Assent: Preparing and Conducting Optimal Direct Examination of the Respondent,” The Federal Lawyer, Jan/Feb 2017.
Secondary author: “A View from the Bench by the National Association of Immigration Judges,” The Federal Lawyer, Oct 2016.
“Antigone, Identity, Assimilation and the Salad Bowl,” The Federal Lawyer, Sept/Oct 2014.
“The Vanishing Visibility: How the Third Circuit has Changed Requirements for Particular Social Groups In Asylum Claims, The Federal Lawyer, March, 2012, primary author.
LEGAL TEXTBOOK CHAPTER: Bond Hearings in a Nutshell in Prison Law 2015 (Practicing Law Institute, NYC 2015) https://www.pli.edu/Content/.../Prison_ Law_2015/_/N-4kZ1z11yzv