W&L Scholarly Commons (Available PDFs)Law Review Articles and other scholarly publications
Stopping Philadelphia Abortion Provider Kermit Gosnell and Preventing Others Like Him: An Outcome that Both Pro-Choicers and Pro-Lifers Should Support, 57 Vill. L. Rev. 1 (2012).
Samuel W. Calhoun and Lucas E. Morel, Abraham Lincoln's Religion: The Case for His Ultimate Belief in a Personal, Sovereign God, 33 J. Abraham Lincoln Ass'n 38 (2012).
Samuel Calhoun et al., A Tribute To Joseph Edward Ulrich, 67 Wash.& Lee L. Rev. 3 (2010).
"Partial-Birth Abortion" Is Not Abortion: Carhart II's Fundamental Misapplication of Roe, 79 Miss. L.J. 775 (Summer 2010).
Getting the Framers Wrong: A Response to Professor Geoffrey Stone, 57 UCLA L. Rev. Disc. 1 (2009).
May the President Appropriately Invoke God? Evaluating the Embryonic Stem Cell Vetoes, 10 Rutgers J. Of L. & Relig. 1 (Fall 2008).
Critical Vendors:Line Breakers Par Excellence, 63 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 483 (2006). (Available at: Lexis)
Samuel W. Calhoun et al., A Tribute to Frederic L. Kirgis, 62 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 833 (2005). (Available at: Lexis; Westlaw.)
Grounding Normative Assertions: Arthur Leff's Still Irrefutable, But Incomplete, "Sez Who?" Critique, XX J.L. & Religion 31 (2004-2005). (Available at: Westlaw)
Sowing the Wind, Reaping the Whirlwind: From Frederick Taussig's Abortion: Spontaneous and Induced (1936) to Warren Hern's Abortion Practice (1984), in Life and Learning X: Proceedings of the Tenth University Faculty for Life Conference, June 2000, at 169 (University Faculty for Life 2002).
An Alarming Pre-Roe View of Personhood: The 1972 Byrn Decision, in Life and Learning XI: Proceedings of the Eleventh University Faculty for Life Conference, June 2001, at 98 (University Faculty for Life 2002).
A Tribute to Andrew W. McThenia, Jr., 58 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 15 (2001). (Available at: Hein-Online; Westlaw)
Valuing Intrauterine Life, 8 Regent U. L. Rev. 69 (1997). (Available at: Lexis; Westlaw)
A Personal Account of a Struggle to be Evenhanded in Teaching About Abortion, in Advocacy in the Classroom: Problems and Possibilities 365 (Patricia Meyer Spacks ed., St. Martin's Press 1996).
Impartiality in the Classroom: A Personal Account of a Struggle to be Evenhanded in Teaching About Abortion, 45 J. Legal Educ. 99 (1995). (Available at: Hein-Online)
Is It Possible to Take Both Fetal Life and Women Seriously? Professor Lawrence Tribe and His Reviewers, 49 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 437 (1992) (reviewing Laurence Tribe, Abortion: The Clash of Absolutes (1992)). (with Samuel W. Calhoun and Andrea E. Sexton) (Available at: Hein-Online)
Conviction Without Imposition: A Response to Professor Greenawalt, 9 J.L. & Religion 289 (1992). (Available at: Hein-Online)
Misreading the Judeo-Christian Tradition and the Law: A Response to Professor Smolin, 15 U. Dayton L. Rev. 383 (1990).
The Law and the Little Big Horn: What Beginning Law Students Can Learn from General Custer, 36 J. Legal Educ. 403 (1986). (Available at: Hein-Online)
Book Review, 16 J.L. & Religion 405 (2001) (reviewing Elizabeth Mensch and Alan Freeman, The Politics of Virtue: Is Abortion Debatable? (1993)). (Available at: Hein-Online; Westlaw)
Newspapers, Website, Magazines, and other general media
Lincoln As A Lawyer (a set of summer reading materials for entering law students, plus teaching notes; Washington and Lee in-house publication, 2001).
Did Custer Disobey?, 6 Greasy Grass 9 (1990) (annual magazine of the Custer Battlefield Historical and Museum Association).
Addressing Today's Public Issues: Are Religious Arguments Appropriate in Civil Discourse?, 9 Quarterly (Christian Legal Society), Fall 1988, at 32.