Culture and Certainty: Four Variations on a Theme from the New Epistemology (Harvard Law School Program on Legal History
Look How Far We’ve Come (Not), 42 Signs 561 (2017). FULLTEXT
Beyond Work-Life “Integration”, 67 Ann. Rev. Psychol. 515 (2016) (with Jennifer L. Berdahl & Joseph A. Vandello). FULLTEXT
Tools for Change: Boosting the Retention of Women in the Stem Pipeline, 6 J. Res. Gender Stud. 11 (2016) (with Katherine W. Phillips & Erika V. Hall). FULLTEXT
A Sip of Cool Water: Pregnancy Accommodation after the ADA Amendments Act, 32 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 97 (2015). FULLTEXT
Disruptive Innovation: New Models of Legal Practice, 67 Hastings L.J. 1 (2015) (with Aaron Platt, & Jessica Lee). FULLTEXTSSRN
My Obstetrician Got Me Fired: How Work Notes Can Harm Pregnant Patients And What To Do About It, 126 Obstetrics & Gynecology 250 (2015) (with Rebecca A. Jackson, Sigrid Gardner, Leah N. Torres, Megan J. Huchko, & Marya G. Zlatnik). URL
Double Jeopardy? An Empirical Study with Implications for the Debates over Implicit Bias and Intersectionality, 37 Harv. J.L. & Gender 185 (2014). FULLTEXT
Pluralistic Ignorance and the Flexibility Bias: Understanding and Mitigating Flextime and Flexplace Bias at Work, 41 Work & Occupations 40 (2014) (with Christin L. Munsch & Cecilia L. Ridgeway). URL
The End of Men?: Gender Flux in the Face of Precarious Masculinity, 93 B.U. L. Rev. 699 (2013). FULLTEXTSSRN
Discrimination Against Mothers Is the Strongest Form of Workplace Gender Discrimination: Lessons from US Caregiver Discrimination Law, 28 Int'l J. Comp. Lab. L. & Indus. Rel. 45 (2012) (with Stephanie Bornstein & Genevieve R. Painter). URL
Jumpstarting the Stalled Gender Revolution: Justice Ginsburg and Reconstructive Feminism, 63 Hastings L.J. 1267 (2012). FULLTEXT
The Language of Performance Evaluations: Gender-Based Shifts in Content and Consistency of Judgment, 3 Soc. Psychol. & Personality Sci. 186 (2012) (with Monica Biernat & M. J. Tocci). URL
"Mancession" or "Momcession"?: Good Providers, a Bad Economy, and Gender Discrimination, 86 Chi.–Kent. L. Rev. 857 (2011) (with Allison Tait). FULLTEXT
Gender as a Core Value: Teaching Property, 36 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 551 (2011). FULLTEXT
New Millennium, Same Glass Ceiling? The Impact of Law Firm Compensation Systems on Women, 62 Hastings L.J. 597 (2011) (with Veta Richardson). FULLTEXT
Overeducated Achievatrons Unite!, 34 Seattle U. L. Rev. 845 (2011). FULLTEXT
Correct Diagnosis; Wrong Cure: A Response To Professor Suk, 110 Colum. L. Rev. Sidebar 24 (2010). FULLTEXTURL
Reconstructive Feminism: Changing the Way We Talk About Gender and Work Thirty Years After the PDA, 21 Yale J.L. & Feminism 79 (2009). FULLTEXT
Emerging Discrimination Claims: Family Responsibilities Discrimination, 782 PLI/Lit 505 (2008) (with Consuela A. Pinto). WL
The Evolution of "FReD": Family Responsibilities Discrimination and Developments in the Law of Stereotyping and Implicit Bias, 59 Hastings L.J. 1311 (2008) (with Stephanie Bornstein). FULLTEXT
Family Responsibilities Discrimination: Don't Get Caught Off Guard, 22 Lab. Law. 293 (2007) (with Consuela A. Pinto). FULLTEXT
Family Responsibilities Discrimination: The Next Generation of Employment Discrimination, 763 PLI/Lit 333 (2007) (with Cynthia Thomas Calvert). FULLTEXT
Gender Bias in the Law, 27 Cal. Law. 37 (Apr. 2007).
Law Firms as Defendants: Family Responsibilities Discrimination in Legal Workplaces, 34 Pepp. L. Rev. 393 (2007) (with Stephanie Bornstein, Diana Reddy & Betsy A. Williams). FULLTEXT
The Politics of Time in the Legal Profession, 4 U. St. Thomas L.J. 379 (2007). FULLTEXT
Beyond the "Chilly Climate": Eliminating Bias Against Women and Fathers in Academe, 79 Thought & Action 79 (Fall 2006) (with Stephanie Bornstein & Tamina Alon). URL
Caregivers in the Courtroom: The Growing Trend of Family Responsibilities Discrimination, 41 U.S.F. L. Rev. 171 (2006) (with Stephanie Bornstein). FULLTEXT
Deconstructing the Maternal Wall: Strategies for Vindicating the Civil Rights of "Carers" in the Workplace, 13 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 31 (2006) (with Elizabeth S. Westfall). FULLTEXT
Family Responsibilities Discrimination: What Plaintiffs' Attorneys, Management Attorneys and Employees Need to Know, 91 Women Law. J. 24 (Winter 2006) (with Cynthia Thomas Calvert). FULLTEXT
Gender Stereotyping: Expanding the Boundaries of Title VII, 10 Emp. Rts. & Emp. Pol'y J. 271 (2006) (with Michelle A. Travis, Arthur S. Leonard & Miriam A. Cherry). WL
Keynote Address: Want Gender Equality? Die Childless at Thirty, 27 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 3 (2006). FULLTEXT
Hibbs as a Federalism Case; Hibbs as a Maternal Wall Case, 73 U. Cin. L. Rev. 365 (2004). FULLTEXT
Caveat Counselor: Going In-House Does Not Guarantee Work/Life Balance, 89 Women Law. J. 23 (Winter 2004). FULLTEXT
Hitting the Maternal WallBefore They Reach a "Glass Ceiling" in Their Careers, Women Faculty May Hit a "Maternal Wall", 90 Academe 16 (2004). FULLTEXT
Mothers' Dreams: Abortion and the High Price of Motherhood, 6 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 818 (2004) (with Shauna L. Shames). FULLTEXT
The Maternal Wall, 60 J. Soc. Issues 675 (2004) (with Faye Crosby & Monica Biernat).
The Maternal Wall, 82 Harv. Bus. J. 26 (Oct. 2004).
The Public Policy of Motherhood, 60 J. Soc. Issues 849 (2004) (with Holly Cohen Cooper).
Beyond the Glass Ceiling: The Maternal Wall as a Barrier to Gender Equality, 26 T. Jefferson L. Rev. 1 (2003) (reprinted inLaw & Ethics in the Business Environment (Elaine Ingulli & Terry Halbert eds., 5th ed., Thomson/West 2006)). FULLTEXT
Beyond the Maternal Wall: Relief for Family Caregivers Who Are Discriminated Against on the Job, 26 Harv. Women's L.J. 77 (2003) (with Nancy Segal). FULLTEXT
Bringing Your Part Time Policy Up to PAR, 88 Women Law. J. 19 (Winter 2003). FULLTEXT
Litigating the Glass Ceiling and the Maternal Wall: Using Stereotyping and Cognitive Bias Evidence to Prove Gender Discrimination, 7 Emp. Rts. & Emp. Pol'y J. 287 (2003) (issue editor). WL
Looking Forward and Back: Using the Pregnancy Discrimination Act and Discriminatory Gender/Pregnancy Stereotyping to Challenge Discrimination Against New Mothers, 7 Emp. Rts. & Emp. Pol'y J. 303 (2003) (with Susan E. Huhta & Elizabeth S. Westfall). WL
The Social Psychology of Stereotyping: Using Social Science to Litigate Gender Discrimination Cases and Defang the "Cluelessness" Defense, 7 Emp. Rts. & Emp. Pol'y J. 401 (2003). WL
"It's Snowing Down South": How to Help Mothers and Avoid Recycling the Sameness/Difference Debate, 102 Colum. L. Rev. 812 (2002). FULLTEXTSSRN
Canaries in the Mine: Work/Family Conflict and the Law, 70 Fordham L. Rev. 2221 (2002). FULLTEXT
Fretting in the Force Fields: Why the Distribution of Social Power Has Proved So Hard to Change, 71 UMKC L. Rev. 493 (2002). FULLTEXT
Our Economy of Mothers and Others: Women and Economics Revisited, 5 J. Gender Race & Just. 411 (2002) (reprinted in part inWorklaw: Cases and Materials (Marion G. Crain, Pauline T. Kim & Michael Selmi eds., Lexis/Nexis 2005)). FULLTEXT
The Family-Hostile Corporation, 70 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 921 (2002). FULLTEXT
From Difference to Dominance to Domesticity: Care as Work, Gender as Tradition, 76 Chi.–Kent. L. Rev. 1441 (2001). FULLTEXT
Afterword, Exploring the Economic Meanings of Gender, 49 Am. U. L. Rev. 987 (2000). FULLTEXT
Foreword, 8 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 1 (2000) (with Adrienne D. Davis). FULLTEXT
Do Wives Own Half? Winning for Wives After Wendt, 32 Conn. L. Rev. 249 (1999) (Gallivan Conference lecture). FULLTEXT
Implementing Antiessentialism: How Gender Wars Turn into Race and Class Conflict, 15 Harv. BlackLetter L.J. 41 (1999) (reprinted in part inSports and Inequality 500 (Michael J. Cozzillio & Robert L. Hayman, Jr. eds., Carolina Academic Press 2004)). FULLTEXTSSRN
Is Law an Art or a Science?: Comments on Objectivity, Feminism, and Power, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 373 (1999). FULLTEXT
Market Work and Family Work in the 21st Century, 44 Vill. L. Rev. 305 (1999) (excerpted inLaw and Ethics in the Business Environment (Terry Halbert & Elaine Ingulli eds., 5th ed., Thomson/West 2006)). FULLTEXT
Tribute to Curt Berger, 99 Colum. L. Rev. 285 (1999). FULLTEXT
Do Women Need Special Treatment? Do Feminists Need Equality?, 9 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 279 (1998) (reprinted inCases and Materials on Social Justice: Professionals, Communities, and Law (Martha R. Mahoney, John O. Calmore & Stephanie M. Wildman eds., Thomson/West 2003) & excerpted inLaw and Ethics in the Business Environment (Terry Halbert & Elaine Ingulli eds., 4th & 5th eds., Thomson/West 2003 & 2006)). FULLTEXT
Legal Education Then and Now: Changing Patterns in Legal Training and in the Relationship of Law Schools to the World Around Them, 47 Am. U. L. Rev. 747 (1998) (with Bob Gordon, Jack Schlegel & James May). FULLTEXT
The Rhetoric of Property, 83 Iowa L. Rev. 277 (1998). FULLTEXT
Toward a Reconstructive Feminism: Reconstructing the Relationship of Market Work and Family Work, 19 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 89 (1998). FULLTEXT
At the Fusion of Horizons: Incommensurability and the Public Interest, 20 Vt. L. Rev. 625 (1996). FULLTEXT
Recovering the Full Complexity of Our Traditions: New Developments in Property Theory, 46 J. Legal Educ. 596 (1996). FULLTEXT
Restructuring Work and Family Entitlements Around Family Values, 19 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 753 (1996). FULLTEXT
Is Coverture Dead? Beyond a New Theory of Alimony, 82 Geo. L.J. 2227 (1994) (excerpted inModern Family Law: Cases and Materials (D. Kelly Weisberg & Susan Frelich Appleton eds., 1st & 2d eds., Aspen Law & Business 1998 & 2002)). FULLTEXT
Married Women and Property, 1 Va. J. Soc. Pol'y & L. 383 (1994) (excerpted as Women and Property, inA Property Anthology 182 (Richard H. Chused ed., Anderson Pub. Co. 1993)). FULLTEXT
Rorty, Radicalism, Romanticism: The Politics of the Gaze, 1992 Wis. L. Rev. 131 (1992) (reprinted inPragmatism in Law and Society 155 (Michael Brint & William Weaver eds., Westview Press 1991) and A Pragmatist's Progress?: Richard Rorty and American Intellectual History 61 (John Pettegrew ed., Rowman & Littlefield 2000)). FULLTEXT
Dissolving the Sameness/Difference Debate: A Post-Modern Path Beyond Essentialism in Feminist and Critical Race Theory, 1991 Duke L.J. 296 (1991). FULLTEXT
Domesticity as the Dangerous Supplement of Liberalism, 2 J. Women's Hist. 69 (1991).
Gender Wars: Selfless Women in the Republic of Choice, 66 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1559 (1991). FULLTEXT
Culture and Certainty: Legal History and the Reconstructive Project, 76 Va. L. Rev. 713 (1990) (excerpted inJurisprudence: Contemporary Readings, Problems, and Narratives 525 (Robert L. Hayman, Jr. & Nancy Levit eds., West Pub. Co. 1994)). FULLTEXT
Sameness Feminism and the Work/Family Conflict, 35 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 347 (1990). FULLTEXT
Abortion, Incommensurability, and Jurisprudence, 63 Tul. L. Rev. 1651 (1989). FULLTEXT
Deconstructing Gender, 87 Mich. L. Rev. 797 (1989) (reprinted inFeminist Jurisprudence 531 (Patricia Smith ed., Oxford Univ. Press 1993)). FULLTEXT
Critical Legal Studies: The Death of Transcendence and the Rise of the New Langdells, 62 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 429 (1987). FULLTEXT
The Constitutional Vulnerability of American Local Government: The Politics of City Status in American Law, 1986 Wis. L. Rev. 83 (1986) (excerpted inLocal Government Law 466 (Gerald E. Frug, Richard T. Ford & David J. Barron eds., Thomson/West 1988)). FULLTEXT
The Invention of the Municipal Corporation: A Case Study in Legal Change, 34 Am. U. L. Rev. 369 (1985) (excerpted inCases and Materials on State and Local Government Law (William D. Valente, David J. McCarthy, Jr., Richard Briffault & Laurie Reynolds eds., 5th ed., West Group 2001)). FULLTEXT
The Future of Tenants' Rights in Assisted Housing Under a Reagan Voucher Plan: An Analysis of Section 8 Existing Housing Cases, 23 Urban L. Ann. 3 (1982). FULLTEXT
It's High Time to Get Homeowners' Deductions Under Control, 12 Tax Notes 963 (1981).
The Opt-Out Revolution Revisited, inWomen Who Opt Out: The Debate over Working Mothers and Work-Family Balance 151 (Bernie D. Jones ed., N.Y. Univ. Press 2012) (with Jamie Dolkas). AMAZON
The Class Culture Gap, inFacing Social Class: How Societal Rank Influences Interaction 39 (Susan T. Fiske & Hazel Rose Marcus eds. 2010). AMAZON
The Odd Disconnect: Our Family-Hostile Public Policy, inWorkplace Flexibility: Realigning 20th Century Jobs to 21st Century Workers 196 (Alfred P. Sloan Foundation 2010). CATALOG
Work and Home Life, Conflict Between: Legal and Public–Policy Perspectives, inThe Child: An Encyclopedic Companion ___ (Univ. of Chicago Press 2009) (with Stephanie Bornstein). AMAZON
Preface toJulie M. Rosenzweig & Eileen M. Brennan, Work, Life, and the Mental Health System of Care: A Guide for Professionals Supporting Families of Children with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders ___ (Brookes Pub. Co. 2008) (with Stephanie Bornstein). AMAZON
What Psychologists Need to Know About Family Responsibilities Discrimination, inThe Changing Realities of Work and Family 255 (Amy Marcus–Newhall, Diane F. Halpern; & Sherylle J. Tan eds., Wiley–Blackwell 2008). AMAZON
A Legal Perspective on Family Issues at Work, inThe Work and Family Handbook: Multi–disciplinary Perspectives and Approaches 309 (Marcie Pitts–Catsouphes, Ellen Ernst Kossek, & Stephen A. Sweet eds., Lawrence Eribaum Associates 2006) (with Mary C. Still). CATALOG
Work/Family Conflict: The Arbitrator's Role, inArbitration 2005: The Evolving World of Work (Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Arbitrators) 20 (Paul F. Gerhart & Stephen F. Befort eds., 2006). CATALOG
Work/Life Litigation, in2 Encyclopedia of Career Development 871 (Jeffrey H. Greenhaus & Gerard A. Callahan eds., Sage Pub. 2006) (with Mary C. Still & Cynthia Thomas Calvert). CATALOG
Preface: Freedom, Equality, and the Many Futures of Commodification, inRethinking Commodification: Cases and Readings in Law and Culture 1 (NYU Press 2005) (with Martha M. Ertman). CATALOGURL
To Commodify or Not to Commodify, inRethinking Commodification: Cases and Readings in Law and Culture 362 (NYU Press 2005) (with Viviana A. Zelizer). CATALOG
Unbending Gender: Why Family and Work Conflict and What to Do about It, inRethinking Commodification: Cases and Readings in Law and Culture 291 (NYU Press 2005). CATALOG
Discrimination Against Employees Who Are Also Family Caregivers, inSloan Work and Family Encyclopedia ___ (Alfred P. Sloan Work and Family Research Network 2003) (with Molly T. Tami). URL
Experience of Women Partners, inThe Myth of the Meritocracy: A Report on the Bridges and Barriers to Success in Large Law Firms 32 (Minority Corporate Counsel Association 2003). URL
Igualdad sin Discriminación, inGénero y derecho ___ (Alda Facio & Lorena Fries eds., LOM Ediciones/La Morada 1999).
The Sameness/Difference (or Equality/Difference) Debate, inFeminist Jurisprudence, Women and the Law: Critical Essays, Research Agenda, and Bibliography 23 (Betty Taylor, Sharon Rush, & Robert J. Munro eds., Fred B. Rothman & Co. 1999). CATALOG
Trabajo Familiar y en el Mercado de Trabajo, inMujer y Derechos Humanos ___ (Mariblanca Staff Wilson ed., Instituto de la Mujer 1999).
Notes of a Jewish Episcopalian: Gender as a Language of Class; Religion as a Dialect of Liberalism, inDebating Democracy's Discontent: Essays on American Politics, Law, and Public Philosophy 99 (Anita L. Allen & Milton C. Regan, Jr. eds., Oxford Univ. Press 1998). CATALOG
Religion, Morality, and Other Unmentionables: The Revival of Moral Discourse in the Law, inIn Face of the Facts: Moral Inquiry in American Scholarship 251 (Richard Wightman Fox & Robert B. Westbrook eds., Woodrow Wilson Center 1998).
Feminist Jurisprudence, inA Companion to American Thought 235 (Richard Wightman Fox & James T. Kloppenberg eds., Blackwell Publishers 1995).
Virtue, inA Companion to American Thought 706 (Richard Wightman Fox & James T. Kloppenberg eds., Blackwell Publishers 1995).
Privatization as a Gender Issue, inA Fourth Way?: Privatization, Property, and the Emergence of New Market Economics 215 (Gregory S. Alexander & Grazyna Skapska eds., Routledge 1994). CATALOG
Virtue and Oppression, inVirtue (NOMOS XXXIV: Yearbook of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy) 309 (John W. Chapman ed., New York Univ. Press 1992). CATALOG
Clio Meets Portia: Objectivity in the Courtroom and the Classroom, inEthics and Public History: An Anthology 45 (Theodore J. Karamanski ed., R.E. Krieger Publishing Co. 1990).
A Case Study of Diversity Mismanaged: Lessons from The Good Black, ___ Diversity & the B. 21 (Jul./Aug. 2003) (reviewing Paul Barrett, The Good Black: A True Story of Race in America (1999)) (with Duane L. Hughes). URL
Book Review, 8 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 803 (2000) (reviewing Linda R. Hirshman & Jane E. Larson, Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex (1998)). HEINWL
Feminism and Post–Structuralism, 88 Mich. L. Rev. 1776 (1990) (reviewing Zillah R. Eisenstein, The Female Body and the Law (1988)). HEINWL
The City, the Hope of Democracy: The Casebook as Moral Act, 103 Harv. L. Rev. 1174 (1990) (reviewing Gerald Frug, Local Government Law (1988)). HEINWL
The Development of the Public/Private Distinction in American Law, 64 Tex. L. Rev. 225 (1985) (reviewing Hendrik Hartog, Public Property and Private Power: The Corporation of the City of New York in American Law (1983)). HEINWL
Sticking Women with the Office Housework, Wash. Post, Apr. 16, 2014. URL
Women, Work and the Art of Gender Judo, Wash. Post, Jan. 24, 2014. URL
The Rise of Executive Feminism, Harv. Bus. Rev., Mar. 28, 2013 (with Rachel W. Dempsey). URL
Who Wants to Work for a Woman?, Harv. Bus. Rev., Nov. 19, 2013. URL
Will Working Mothers Take Your Company to Court?, Harvard Bus. Rev., Sept. 2012, 2012, at 1900 (with Amy Cuddy). URL
Why A Supportive Schedule Benefits Your Business, Forbes.com, Jan. 5, 2011. URL
A Diversity Program Without a Work⁄Life Component Just Won't Work, Diversity & the Bar, July⁄Aug., 2007.
Family Caregivers Need Legal Protections at Work, L.A. Daily J., June 21, 2007, at 6. CATALOG
Still Struggling?: Implementing 'Part–Time' Programs that Work, Diversity & the Bar, Sept.⁄Oct., 2007 (with Marina Park).
The Opt-Out Revolution Revisited, Amer. Prospect, Mar., 2007. URL
It's in Their Interest, Too, Chron. of Higher Educ., Aug. 31, 2006. CATALOG
Are Your Parental–Leave Policies Legal?, Chron. of Higher Educ., Feb. 11, 2005, at C1. CATALOG
All Work and No Play Is the U.S. Way, L.A. Times, Aug. 30, 2004, at B1 (with Ariane Hegewisch).
Better on Balance?: Going In–House Is No Guarantee of a More Manageable Workload or Flexible Schedule, a New Study Shows, Legal Times, Jan. 19, 2004, at 18 (with Cynthia Thomas Calvert & Holly Cooper). URL
Singing the Baby Blues: If Having Children on the Tenure Track Is a Career Killer, Is Having Them in Graduate School Any Better?, Chron. Higher Educ., Apr. 23, 2004. CATALOG
Is Your Firm's Part–Time Program a Retention Tool?, Law Prac. Mgmt., Apr., 2003, at 33 (with Cynthia Thomas Calvert). HEIN
The Subtle Side of Discrimination: Linking Merit Raises to Outside Offers May Discriminate Against Female Professors with Families, Chron. of Higher Educ., Apr. 18, 2003, at C5. CATALOG
Why Moms Stay Home, Washington Post, July 17, 2003.
Celebrating a Happy Equal Pay Day: Not Likely 16?, E–Women's News, Apr. 10, 2002. URL
How Academe Treats Mothers, Chronicle Careers, Chron. of Higher Educ., June 17, 2002 (reprinted inThe Strategist (Fall 2002)). CATALOG
Putting the AAUP's Family–Friendly Policies Into Practice, Chronicle Careers, Chron. of Higher Educ., Jan. 28, 2002. CATALOG
The Canary in the Mine: Women Lawyers and Work/Family Conflict, Lex Claudia, Summer, 2002, at 13.
The New Glass Ceiling: Mothers — and Fathers — Sue for Discrimination, Work Life Law, Aug. 28, 2002 (with Nancy Segal).
Don't Go! We Can Change: Replace the Spiral of Salaries with Policies That Let Associates Have a Life — and a Career, Legal Times, Feb. 5, 2001, at 20 (with Cynthia Thomas Calvert).
Lessons for Academic Parents, Chronicle Careers, Chron. of Higher Educ., Oct. 15, 2001. CATALOG
Majority Rule? Women in Law School Still Face Obstacles Despite Their High Numbers, Legal Times, Sept. 3, 2001, at 33.
Part–Time Progress: Letting Lawyers Cut Back Can Save Money and Retain Talent — If Firms Do It Right, Legal Times, Oct. 22, 2001, at 60 (with Cynthia Thomas Calvert).
What Mothers Need for Mother's Day, Boston Globe, May 13, 2001, at E7 (with Ann Crittenden).
A Half–Time Tenure Track Proposal, Change: The Mag. of Higher Learning, Nov./Dec., 2000, at 46 (with Robert Drago). URL
Designing Mom–Size Jobs, Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 17, 2000, at 11 (reprinted inThe Dynamics of Inequality: Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality in the United States (Patricia Gagne & Richard Tewksbury eds., Prentice Hall 2002)).
Family Conflict as Discrimination Against Women, Women Law. J., Fall/Winter, 2000, at 9. HEIN
Gendered Office Decor, Melange, Chron. of Higher Educ., Feb. 4, 2000, at B9. CATALOG
What Stymies Women's Academic Careers? It's Personal, Chron. of Higher Educ., Dec. 15, 2000, at B10. CATALOG
Work/Family Conflict as Discrimination Against Women, Fla. Ass'n Woman Law. State News, Spring, 2000.
Reports, Working Papers & Training Materials
Double Jeopardy? Gender Bias Against Women of Color in Science, Tools for Change in STEM (2015) (with Katherine W. Phillips & Erika V. Hall). URL
Protecting Family Caregivers from Employment Discrimination, AARP Public Policy Institute (2012) (with Robin Devaux & Patricija Petrac). URL
Still Better on Balance? Work / Life Balance In-House, Project for Attorney Retention (March 2012) (with Penelope M. Huang & Manar S. Morales). URL
Improving Work-Life Fit in Hourly Jobs: An Underutilized Cost-Cutting Strategy in a Globalized World, Center for WorkLife Law (2011) (with Penelope Huang). URL
The Three Faces of Work-Family Conflict: The Poor, the Professionals, and the Missing Middle, Center for American Progress & Center for WorkLife Law (2010) (with Heather Boushey). URL
Emerging Family Responsibilities Claims Under the Family and Medical Leave Act and Sex Discrimination Laws, SM097 ALI–ABA 23 (2007) (with Cynthia Thomas Calvert). URL
Legal Professions and Job Demands: Implications for Work⁄Life Balance, Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia (2007). URL
"Opt Out" or Pushed Out? How the Press Covers Work⁄Family Conflict — The Untold Story of Why Women Leave the Workforce (Center for WorkLife Law 2006) (with Jessica Manvell & Stephanie Bornstein). URL
One Sick Child Away from Being Fired: When "Opting Out" Is Not an Option (Center for WorkLife Law 2006). URL
Technical Guidance: Using Employment and Civil Rights Laws to Protect Working Families (Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the Washington College of Law 2005) (with Nancy Segal).
Better on Balance? The Corporate Counsel Work⁄Life Report: The Project for Attorney Retention Corporate Counsel Project — Final Report, Project for Attorney Retention (2003) (with Cynthia Thomas Calvert & Holly Cohen Cooper) (reprinted at 10 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 367 (2004)). URL
Discrimination Against Employees Who Are Also Family Caregivers, Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia (2003) (with Molly T. Tami). URL
Experience of Women Partners, The Myth of Meritocracy: A Report on the Bridges and Barriers to Success in Large Law Firms (Minority Corporate Counsel Ass'n 2003).
The Project for Attorney Retention: Interim Report — Survey of Work/Life Balance for Corporate Counsel, Project for Attorney Retention (May 2003) (with Cynthia Calvert and Holly Cooper) (reprinted inNew York State Bar Association: First Annual for Symposium, Women on the Move (May 22, 2003)). URL
Balanced Hours: Effective Part–Time Policies for Washington Law Firms: The Project for Attorney Retention, Project for Attorney Retention (2002) (with Cynthia Thomas Calvert) (reprinted at8 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 357 (2002)). URL