Journal Articles

Trademark Dilution in Court and the Lab,” forthcoming in The University of Chicago Law Review. Co-authored with Barton Beebe, Christopher Jon Sprigman, and Joel Steckel.


Remittances as Diplomatic Leverage? The Precedent for Trump’s Plan to Restrict Remittances to Mexico,” Research and Politics Vol. 4, No. 2 (2017).


Using Video to Promote Empathy, Reduce Xenophobia, and Illustrate Concepts in the Study of Migration,” Migration Studies, Forthcoming.


Are Commercial Speech Cases Ideological? An Empirical Inquiry,” William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal Vol. 25, No. 3 (2017). Co-authored with Adam Samaha.


Attorneys’ Fees in Class Actions: 2009-2013,” 92 N.Y.U. Law Review (Forthcoming October 2017). Co-authored with Geoffrey Miller.


Out of the Shadows: DREAMer Identity in the Immigrant Youth Movement,” Latino Studies Vol. 12, No. 3 (2014): 449-467. Co-authored with Pedro De la Torre


Analytic Filmmaking: A New Approach to Research and Publication in the Social Sciences,” Perspectives on Politics Vol. 12, No. 3 (2014): 663-676. Target article in a Perspectives on Politics symposium on audiovisual publication.


Analytic Filmmaking: A Response to Critics,” Perspectives on Politics Vol. 12, No. 3 (2014):  691-94.


Migrants’ Remittances and Economic Voting in the Mexican Countryside,” Electoral Studies Vol. 32, No. 4 (2013): 875-885.


Op-eds & Commentaries


The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s IP Myth,” Slate (June 21, 2016). Co-authored with Christopher Jon Sprigman


Unauthorized Immigrants Paid $100 Billion Into Social Security Over Last Decade.” Vice News (August 4, 2014)


Using Film to Make Social Science Research More Accessible.” The Monkey Cage (April 16, 2013).


“The Other Side of Immigration,” Latinovations (July 16, 2010)