1. Tax, don’t Ban: A Comparative Look at Harmful but Legitimate Islamic Family Practices Actionable under Tort Law, VAND. J. TRANSNAT’L L. 989-1043 (2016).
2. Victim Pays Damages to Tortfeasor: The When and Wherefore, 61 MCGILL L.J. (2015), with Yuval Sinai.
3. Post Judgment Bargaining with a Conversation with the Honorable Judge Prof. Guido Calabresi, 50 WAKE FOREST L. REV. 1181 (2015).
4. Children in Reality TV: A Comparative and International Perspective, 25 DUKE J. COMP. & INT'L L. 289-360 (2015).
5. Commodifying Personal Rights and Trading the Right to Divorce: Damages for Refusal to Divorce and Equalizing the Women’s Power to Bargain, 22 UCLA WOMEN’S L.J. 39-105 (2015).
6. Legal Pluralism in Tort Law Theory: Balancing Instrumental Theories and Corrective Justice, 48 U. MICH. J.L. REFORM 745-812 (2015).
7. Calabresi's and Maimonides's Tort Law Theories—A Comparative Analysis and A Preliminary Sketch of a Modern Model of Differential Pluralistic Tort Liability based on the Two Theories, 26 YALE J. L. & HUMANITIES 59-133 (2014), with Yuval Sinai. The Honorable Judge Prof. Guido Calabresi’s response is published in the same volume: 'We Imagine the Past to Remember the Future'—Between Law, Economics, and Justice in Our Era and according to Maimonides, 26 YALE J. L. & HUMANITIES 135-42 (2014).
8. Tort Actions for Acts that are Valid according to Religious Family Law but Harm Women's Rights: Legal Pluralism in Cases of Collision between Two Sets of Law, 46 VAND. J. TRANSNAT’L L. 823 (2013).
9. Between Tort Law, Contract Law, and Child Law: How to Compensate the Left-Behind Parent in International Child Abduction Cases, 23 COLUMBIA J. GENDER & L. 65-131 (2012), with Rhona Schuz.
10. Liability under Uncertain Causation? Four Talmudic Answers to a Contemporary Tort Dilemma, 30 BOSTON UNIV. INT'L L.J. 449-495 (2012), with Yuval Sinai.
11. Privacy for Children, 42 COLUMBIA HUMAN RIGHTS L. REV. 759-95 (2011), with Ayelet Blecher-Prigat.
12. Corporal Punishment in the Educational System versus Corporal Punishment by Parents: A Comparative Perspective, 73 L. & CONTEMP. PROB. 281-320 (2010) (Duke Univ.), solicited. http://www.law.duke.edu/journals/lcp/lcptoc73spring2010.
13. Tort Litigation between Spouses: Let's Meet Somewhere in the Middle, 15 HARV. NEGOT. L. REV. 201-265 (2010).
14. What have Calabresi & Melamed got to do with Family Affairs? Women Using Tort Law in order to Defeat Jewish and Shari’a Law, 25 BERKELEY J. OF GENDER L. & JUSTICE 125-171 (2010).
15. Love and the Law: Or, What’s Love Got to Do With It? 17 DUKE J. OF GENDER L. & POLICY 131-88 (2010).