Reform Through Rulemaking?, 80 Wash. U. L.Q. 901 (2002). FULLTEXTSSRN
Confronting the Future: Coping with Discovery of Electronic Material, 64 Law & Contemp. Probs. 253 (2001). FULLTEXTSSRN
Myths and Realities of American Litigation, 705 NBL 18 (Jan. 15, 2001) (in Japanese).
Reassessing the Magnetic Pull of Megacases on Procedure, 51 DePaul L. Rev. 457 (2001). FULLTEXTSSRN
The Agenda-Setter for Complex Litigation, 149 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1257 (2001). FULLTEXTSSRN
A Look at the Past, Present, and Future of American Discovery, 699 NBL 6 (Oct. 15, 2000) and 700 NBL 27 (Nov. 1, 2000) (in Japanese).
Benign Neglect Reconsidered, 148 U. Pa. L. Rev. 2009 (2000). FULLTEXTSSRN
The 2000 Amendments to the Discovery Rules Take Effect December 1, 6 Fed. Disc. News 1 (Nov. 2000).
The American Class Action: Scourge or Savior?, 701 NBL 15 (Nov. 15, 2000) (in Japanese).
Retooling American Discovery for the Twenty-First Century: Toward a New World Order?, 7 Tul. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 153 (1999) (reprinted inAbuse of Procedural Rights: Comparative Standards of Procedural Fairness 281 (Michele Taruffo ed., Kluwer Law Int'l 1999)). FULLTEXT
Discovery Containment Redux, 39 B.C. L. Rev. 747 (1998). FULLTEXTSSRN
Once More into the Breach: More Reforms for the Federal Discovery Rules, 37 Judges' J. 8 (1998) (with David F. Levi). FULLTEXTSSRN
The Puzzling Persistence of Pleading Practice, 76 Tex. L. Rev. 1749 (1998). FULLTEXTSSRN
Confronting the Consolidation Conundrum, 1995 BYU L. Rev. 879 (1995). FULLTEXT
They Can't Do That, Can They? Tort Reform Via Rule 23, 80 Cornell L. Rev. 858 (1995). FULLTEXT
Of Babies and Bathwater: The Prospects for Procedural Progress, 59 Brook. L. Rev. 761 (1993). FULLTEXT
Who Should Discipline Federal Judges, and How?, 149 F.R.D. 375 (1993). WL
Discovery Along the Litigation/Science Interface, 57 Brook. L. Rev. 381 (1991). FULLTEXT
The Discovery Confidentiality Controversy, 1991 U. Ill. L. Rev. 457 (1991). FULLTEXT
Completing Equity's Conquest? Reflections on the Future of Trial Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 50 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 725 (1989). FULLTEXT
Public Law Litigation and Legal Scholarship, 21 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 647 (1988). FULLTEXT
The Perils of Privilege: Waiver and the Litigator, 84 Mich. L. Rev. 1605 (1986). FULLTEXT
The Revival of Fact Pleading Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 86 Colum. L. Rev. 433 (1986). FULLTEXT
Conflicts Among Circuits and Transfers Within the Federal Judicial System, 93 Yale L.J. 677 (1984). FULLTEXT
The Tudor Treason Trials: Some Observations on the Emergence of Forensic Themes, 1984 U. Ill. L. Rev. 675 (1984). FULLTEXT
Fraudulent Concealment in Federal Court: Toward a More Disparate Standard?, 71 Geo. L.J. 829 (1983). FULLTEXT
Myth and Reality in Protective Order Litigation, 69 Cornell L. Rev. 1 (1983). FULLTEXT
Reducing Court Costs and Delay: The Potential Impact of the Proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 66 Judicature 363 (1983). FULLTEXT
Chapters In Books
Misgivings About American Exceptionalism: Court Access as a Zero-Sum GameRevisiting Procedural Human Rights: Fundamentals of Civil Procedure and the Changing Face of Civil Justice 53 (Alan Uzelac & C.H. Van Rhee Eds., Intersentia 2017). URL
Introduction, inElectronic Discovery and Digital Evidence 1 (Shira Scheindlin & Daniel Capra, West Academic Publishing 2015). AMAZON
Appellate Review in the Reactive Model: The Example of the American Federal Courts, inNobody's Perfect: Comparative Essays on Appeals and Other Means of Recourse Against Judicial Decisions in Civil Matters 105 (Intersentia 2014) (with Alan Uzelac & C.H. van Rhee). AMAZON
‘American Exceptionalism’ in Goals for Civil Litigation, inGoals of Civil Justice and Civil Procedure in Contemporary Judicial Systems 123 (Alan Uzelac, ed., Springer 2014). CATALOGURL
The Big Bad Wolf: American Class Actions, inMultiparty Redress Mechanisms in Europe: Squeaking Mice? 35 (Victoria Harsagi & C.H. van. Rhee, eds., Intersentia 2014). AMAZON
America's Dynamic and Extensive Experience with Collective Litigation, inResolving Mass Disputes: ADR and Settlement of Mass Claims 148 (Christopher Hodges & Astrid Stadler eds., Edward Elgar Pub. 2013). CATALOGURL
America's Evolving Theories of Procedure, in2 Festschrift Fur Rolf Sturner Zum 70 1669 (Alexander Bruns et al. eds. 2013). AMAZON
American Report on Goals of Civil ProcedureCivil Procedure in Cross-Cultural Dialogue: Eurasia Context 227 (Dmitry Maleshin ed., Statut Pub. House 2012). URL
Extremism in the Pursuit of Truth is our ‘Virtue’: The American Infatuation
with Broad Discovery, inTruth and Efficiency in Civil Litigation: Fundamental Aspects of Fact-finding and Evidence-taking in a Comparative Context 165 (Intersentia 2012). AMAZONURL
Introduction toElectronic Discovery and Digital Evidence: Cases and Materials 1 (Shira A. Scheindlin & Daniel J. Capra, West 2d ed. 2012). AMAZON
The Impact of Digital Information on American Evidence-Gathering and Trial—The Straw That Breaks the Camel's Back?, inElectronic Technology and Civil Procedure: New Paths to Justice from Around the World 29 (Miklós Kengyel & Zoltán Nemessányi eds., Springer 2012). CATALOG
The Balkanized American Legal Profession, inThe Landscape of the Legal Professions in Europe and the USA: Continuity and Change 3 (A. Uzelac & C.H. van Rhee eds., Intersentia 2011). CATALOG
Introduction toSupplementary Materials on Electronic Discovery: For Use in Civil Procedure Courses 1-15 (Shira A. Scheindlin & Daniel J. Capra, West 2009). AMAZON
Introduction toElectronic Discovery and Digital Evidence 1-15 (Shira A. Scheindlin & Daniel J. Capra, West 2008). AMAZON
The Story of Hickman: Preserving Adversarial Incentives While Embracing Broad Discovery, inCivil Procedure Stories 307 (Kevin M. Clermont ed., 2d ed., Foundation Press 2008). CATALOG
The American Class Action: Scourge or Savior?, inTheories of American Civil Procedure 225 (M. Omura & K. Miki trans., eds. 2006).
Discretion Uber Alles, inDiscretionary Power of the Judge: Limits and Control 453 (Marcel Storme & Burkhard Hess eds., Kluwer 2003).
Complex Litigation, inThe Oxford Companion to American Law 134 (Kermit L. Hall ed., Oxford Univ. Press 2002). CATALOG
Malaise of the Litigation Superpower, inCivil Justice in Crisis 71 (Adrian A.S. Zuckerman ed., Oxford Univ. Press 1999). CATALOG
Deja Vu All Over Again? An American Reaction to the Woolf Report, inReform of Civil Procedure 219 (Ross Cranston & A.A.S. Zuckerman eds., Clarendon Press 1995). CATALOG
Ethical Issues in Protective Order Practice: Some Preliminary Reflections, inEthical Considerations in Products Liability Litigation ___ (ABA 1992).
Putting American Procedural Exceptionalism into a Globalized Context, 53 Am. J. Comp. L. 709 (2005) (reviewing ALI⁄Unidroit, Principles and Rules of Transnational Civil Procedure (2006); Neil Andrews, English Civil Procedure (2003); Carl F. Goodman, Justice and Civil Procedure in Japan (2004); Kuo&ndashChang Huang, Introducing Discovery into Civil Law (2003); Peter L. Murray & Rolf Sturner, German Civil Justice (2004); & Adrian Zuckerman, Civil Procedure (2003)). HEINWL
Reexamining the Bendectin Litigation Story, 83 Iowa L. Rev. 231 (1997) (reviewing Michael D. Green, Bendectin and Birth Defects: The Challenges of Mass Toxic Substances Litigation (1996)). HEINWL
Apocalypse Now?, 85 Mich. L. Rev. 1267 (1987) (reviewing Peter H. Schuck, Agent Orange on Trial: Mass Toxic Disasters in the Courts (1986)). HEINWL
Newspaper & Magazine Articles
Is Rule Making a Cure for Preservation Headaches?, Trial Evidence, June 30, 2011. URL
Rule 45 Changes in Motion, The Recorder, Aug. 18, 2011. LXCATALOG