Books, including monographs and treatises
In Chambers: Stories of United States Supreme Court Law Clerks and Their Justices, Todd C. Peppers and Artemus Ward Ed.(University Of Virginia Press 2012). (with Artemus Ward)
Anatomy of an Execution: The Life and Death of Douglas Christopher Thomas. With Laura Anderson. Northeastern University Press (November 2009). (with Laura Anderson)
Courtiers of the Marble Palace: The Rise and Influence of the Supreme Court Law Clerk. Stanford University Press (April 2006).
Todd C. Peppers and Beth Driver, “Half-Clerk, Half-Son: Justice Felix Frankfurter and His Law Clerks” in In Chambers: Stories of Supreme Court Law Clerks and Their Justices (University Of Virginia Press 2012).
“The Modern Clerkship: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Her Law Clerks.” in In Chambers Stories:of United States Supreme Court Law Clerks and Their Justices (University Of Virginia Press 2012).
Law Review Articles and other scholarly publications
Katherine O'Harra Vigilante, and Christopher Zorn, Random Chance or Loaded Dice? Looking for the Hidden Politics of Judicial Designation, 10 U. N. H. L. Rev 69 (2012).
Michael W. Giles, Of Potted Plants and Political Images: The Supreme Court and the State of the Union Address, 22 Kan. J.L.& Pub. Pol'y 49 (2012)
“Justice Hugo Black and His Law Clerks: Match Making and Match Point.” Journal of Supreme Court History Vol. 36, No. 1 (2011): 46-61.
Todd C. Peppers and Chad Oldfather, Till Death Do Us Part: Chief Justices and the United States Supreme Court, 95 Marq. L. Rev. 709 (2011). (with Chad Oldfather)
“The Supreme Court and the Curse of the Gypsy: The Tragic Tale of Clarence Melville York.” The Green Bag 2d. Vol. 13, No. 2 (Winter 2010): 173-186.
"Isaiah and His Young Disciples: Justice Brandeis and his Law Clerks." Journal of Supreme Court History Vol. 34, No. 1 (2009): 75-97.
"The Mystery of Charles Kennedy Poe." Supreme Court Historical Society Quarterly Vol. XXXI, No. 3 (2009): 6-9.
Todd C. Peppers and Christopher Zorn, Law Clerk Influence on Supreme Court Decision Making, 58 DePaul L. Rev. 51 (2008).
Todd C. Peppers, Michael W. Giles and Bridget Tainer-Parkins, Inside Judicial Chambers: How Federal District Court Judges Select and Use Their Law Clerks,71 Alb. L. Rev. 623 (2008).
"William Thaddeus Coleman, Jr. – Breaking the Color Barrier at the United States Supreme Court." Journal of Supreme Court History Vol. 33, No. 3 (2008): 353-370.
"A Justice By Any Other Name: The Case of Louis D. Brandeis." Supreme Court Historical Society Quarterly Vol. XXIX, No. 2 (2008): 8-9.
Newspapers, Website, Magazines, and other general media
Did You Hear the One About Justice Burger and the Itinerant Litigant? Behind the Scenes Humor at the Supreme Court, 15 Green Bag 25 (2011).
“Celebrating the Life of a Death Penalty Pioneer.” Death Penalty Information Center. April 20, 2011
“Marie McFadden Deans Served as a Committed Advocate in Death Penalty Cases.” The Post and Courier (Charleston, South Carolina). April 21, 2011.
“Celebrating the Life of Marie Deans.” Richmond Times-Dispatch. April 24, 2011.
“‘Junior Justices?’ Kagan’s Confirmation Hearing Should Shine a Light on the Role of Law Clerks and the Possibility They Improperly Exercise Article III Powers.” The National Law Journal. June 21, 2010.
“Library of Congress, Beware – It’s Time for a Confirmation Hearing.” Supreme Court Insider (The National Law Journal). July 28, 2010.
“Is It Time To Confirm The ‘Junior Justices’”? Supreme Court Insider (The National Law Journal). October 11, 2010. With Christopher Zorn. (with Christopher Zorn)
“Hiding Behind The Robes: If Law Clerks Do Not Exercise Undue Influence, Why All the Secrecy?” With Artemus Ward. The National Law Journal. August 10, 2009. (with Artemus Ward)