Bibliography

Michael E. Tigar

Books

  • Nine Principles of Litigation and Life (American Bar Association 2009)
  • Trial Stories (editor with Angela J. Davis, 2008)
  • Thinking About Terrorism: The Threat to Civil Liberties in Times of National Emergency (American Bar Association 2007)
  • Mastering the Craft of Trial Advocacy (Professional Education Group, 1998-2006) 
  • Examining Witnesses (American Bar Association 2d ed., 2003)
  • Fighting Injustice (American Bar Association, 2003)
  • Federal Appeals: Jurisdiction and Practice (West Group, 3d Ed. 2000) (with Jane B. Tigar)
  • Law and the Rise of Capitalism (Monthly Review Press, 2000)
  • Persuasion: The Litigator’s Art (American Bar Association, 1999)
  • Examining Witnesses (American Bar Association Press, 1993)
  • Federal Appeals: Jurisdiction and Practice (Shepard's/McGraw-Hill, 2d Ed. 1992)
  • Federal Appeals: Jurisdiction and Practice (Shepard's/McGraw-Hill, 1987)
  • Law and Rise of Capitalism (Monthly Review Press, 1977) (with Madeleine R. Levy)
  • Practice Manual: Selective Service Law Reporter (Public Law Education Institute, 1968)

Articles and Essays

  • Missing McVeigh, 112 Michigan Law Review 1091-1110 (reviewing Jody Lynee Madeira, Killing McVeigh: The Death Penalty and the Myth of Closure (2012))
  • Crisis in the Legal Profession: Don’t Mourn, Organize!, 37 Ohio Northern Law Review 539-574 (2011)
  • Foreword, to James C. Harrington, Wrestling with Free Speech, Religious Freedom, and Democracy in Turkey: The Political Trials and Times of Fethullah Gulen (University Press of America, 2011)
  • Respecting Atticus Finch and Scout, an essay for the ABA Conference on Professional Responsibility, (2011)
  • Ways of Seeing, Ways of Judging, an essay for the Central District of California Judicial Conference, (2011)
  • What Are We Doing to the Children: An Essay in Juvenile (In)justice, 7 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 849-866 (2010)
  • Introduction to Francis L. Wellman, The Art of Cross-Examination (ABA Classics 2009) (1904)
  • Narratives of Oppression, 17 Human Rights Brief 34-38 (Fall 2009)
  • The Reichstag Fire Trial, 1933-2008: The Production of Law and History, 60 Monthly Review 24-49 (March 2009) (with John Mage)
  • A Sanctuary in the Jungle: Terry Lynn Nichols and His Oklahoma City Bombing Trial, in Trial Stories 149-204 (Michael E. Tigar & Angela J. Davis eds., Foundation Press 2008) (with James E. Coleman, Jr.)
  • Crossing the Bridge Between Academy and Practice, 13 North Carolina State Bar Journal 14-16, 20 (Winter 2008)
  • The Vioxx Litigation: Two Case Studies, in Trial Stories 399-476 (Michael E. Tigar & Angela J. Davis eds., Foundation Press 2008)
  • A Closer Look at “Terrorist” Groups, T.M.C Asser Institute, (2007)
  • A System of Wholesale Denial of Rights, 59 Monthly Review (No. 4, 2007)
  • Appellate Courts, 2007 Federal Courts Law Review 1-4, (reviewing Daniel J. Meador et als., Appellate Courts: Structures, Functions, Processes, and Personnel (2d ed., LexisNexis, (2006)))
  • Book Review, Federal Courts Law Review (2007) (reviewing Daniel J. Meader, Thomas E. Baker & Joan E. Steinman, Appellate Courts Structures, Functions, Processes and Personnel (2d ed. 2001))
  • Immunities: Augusto Pinochet to Slobodan Milosevic, T.M.C. Asser Institute/Washington College of Law, (2007)
  • The CIty Upon the Hill, in Raise the Bar: Real World Solutions for a Troubled Profession (Lawrence J. Fox ed., 2007)
  • What Lawyers, What Edge?, 36 Hofstra Law Review 521-537 (2007)
  • Paradigms in Teaching Criminal Law, keynote lecture AALS Midyear Meeting, (2006)
  • The Twilight of Personal Liberty: Introduction to ‘A Permanent State of Emergency', 58 Monthly Review (No. 6, 2006) 
  • Universal Rights and Wrongs: Roper v. Simmons, Torture and Judge Posner, paper presented as 2006 Will E. Orgain Lecture, Monthly Review (2006) 
  • The Most Impertinent Question, 29 Litigation 9-11, 66 (No. 3, 2003)
  • Introduction, to James P. George, The Federal Courthouse Door: A Federal Jurisdiction Guide (2002)
  • The Lawyer and Faustian Bargains, 28 Litigation 27-28, 68 (2002)
  • Lawyers, Jails and the Law’s Fake Bargains, 53 Monthly Review (No. 3, 2001)
  • Litigators’ Ethics, 67 Tennessee Law Review 409 (2000)
  • Two Trials in and about Chattanooga-Lynching and Federal Judicial Power, 26 Litigation 49-50, 64 (2000)
  • Rationing Justice--What Thomas More Would Say, 2 Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics 187-197 (1999)
  • The Power of Myth: Justice, Signs & Symbols in Criminal Trials, 26 Litigation 25-30, 70 (1999)
  • What Would Thomas More Think?, 2 Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics 187 (1999)
  • Book Review, Cuba Update 33 (1995) (reviewing Debra Evenson, Revolution in the Balance: Law and Society in Contemporary Cuba (1994))
  • Defending, 74 Texas Law Review 101-110 (1995) (reprinted as Defending...still in How Can Your Represent Those People? 185-198 (Abbe Smith & Monroe H. Freedman eds., 2013)
  • Lawyers and Social Justice, 78 Judicature 253-255 (1995) (reviewing Jack Greenberg, Crusaders in the Courts: How a Dedicated Band of Lawyers Fought for the Civil Rights Revolution (1994))
  • Paul Touvier and the Crime Against Humanity, 30 Texas International Law Journal 286-310 (1995) (with Susan C. Casey, Isabelle Giordani & Sivakumaren Mardemootoo)
  • What to do When Your Case is Front Page News, 14 Review of Litigation 595-618 (1995) (panel discussion)
  • Haymarket: Whose Name the Few Still Say with Tears, A Dramatization in Eleven Scenes, 2 Hybrid 11-32 (1994)
  • Pretrial Case Management Under the Amended Rules: Too Many Words for a Good Idea, 14 Review of Litigation 137-157 (1994)
  • Criminal Justice Reform, in Sources and Nature of Norms, International Review of Penal Law, Criminal Justice and Human Rights (1993)
  • Moderator, The Use and Misuse of Expert Evidence in the Courts, 77 Judicature (1993)
  • Moving Backward in Sentencing and Intent, National Law Journal 18 (1993)
  • Book Review, 17 Litigation 49 (1991) (reviewing Douglas Laycock, The Death of the Irreparable Injury Rule (1991))
  • Cross Examination of Expert Witnesses, in Faust F. Rossi, Expert Witnesses (American Bar Association, 1991)
  • The Expert Who Walked Off Angry (under name of Edward Michaels), 17 Litigation 27-30, 60-61 (1991)
  • The Lawyer Who Broke the Retaining Wall (under name of Edward Michaels), 18 Litigation 27 (1991)
  • The Prosecutor Whose Sword Was Taken Away (under name of Edward Michaels), 17 Litigation 6-11 (1991)
  • 2020 Vision: A Bifocal View, 74 Judicature 89-92 (1990)
  • Academic Freedom, in Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of The United States (1990)
  • Book Review, 90 Columbia Law Review 255 (1990) (reviewing James S. Leibman, Federal Habeas Corpus Practice and Procedure (1988))
  • Conscientious Objection, in Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States (1990)
  • Discovering Your Litigator’s Voice, 16 Litigation 1-2, 48-50 (1990)
  • Habeas Corpus and the Penalty of Death, 90 Columbia Law Review 255-276 (1990) (reviewing James S. Liebman, Federal Habeas Corpus Practice and Procedure (1988))
  • It Does the Crime But Not the Time: Corporate Criminal Liability in Federal Law, 17 American Journal of Criminal Law 211-234 (1990)
  • Lawyer and Death Cases, 16 Litigation 1 (1990)
  • One Man’s Freedom, One Man’s Faith, 16 Litigation 1-2, 63 (1990)
  • Query: Judges or Lawyers-Who Are the Keepers of the Flame?, 74 Judicature 125-127 (1990)
  • Voices Heard in Jury Argument: Litigation and the Law School Curriculum, 9 Review of Litigation 177-202 (1990)
  • Willfulness and Ignorance in Federal Criminal Law, 37 Cleveland State Law Review 525-548 (1990)
  • Judges, Lawyers and the Penalty of Death, 23 Loyola Law Review 147-150 (1989)
  • Lawyers, Money, Race and Gender, 16 Litigation 1 (1989)
  • Jury Argument: You, the Facts, and the Law, 14 Litigation 19-22 (1988)
  • Original Understanding and the Constitution, 22 Akron Law Review 1-12 (1988)
  • What the Constitution Means by Executive Power, 43 Miami Law Review 177-188 (1988) (with Charles J. Cooper, Orrin Hatch, & Eugene V. Rowstow)
  • Book Review, 73 American Bar Association Journal 146 (1987) (reviewing Derrick Bell, And We Are Not Saved: The Elusive Quest for Racial Justice (1987))
  • Constitutional Rights of Criminal Tax Defendants: A Bicentennial Survey and Modest Proposal, 41 The Tax Lawyer 13-36 (1987)
  • Crime Talk, Rights Talk, and Double-Talk: Thoughts on Reading Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice, 65 Texas Law Review 101-151 (1986) (reviewing Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice (Sandford H. Kadish, ed., 1983))
  • Essay: Crime-Talk, Rights-Talk and Double-Talk: Thoughts on Reading Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice, 65 Texas Law Review 101 (1986)
  • The Hobbs Act and RICO in Takeover Litigation, 2 BNA Civil RICO Report 2 (1986)
  • Book Review: Talk-Show Advocacy, 12 Litigation 61-63 (1985) (reviewing Sonya Hamlin, What Makes Juries Listen: A Communications Expert Looks at the Trial (1985))
  • Book Review, 17 UC Davis Law Review 1035-1047 (1984) (reviewing Harold J. Berman, Law and Revolution: The Formation of the Western Legal Tradition (1983))
  • Mail Fraud, Morals and U.S. Attorneys, 11 Litigation 22-54 (1984)
  • The Right of Property and the Law of Theft, 62 Texas Law Review 1443-1476 (1984)
  • Whose Rights? What Danger?, 94 Yale Law Journal 970-995 (1985) (reviewing Norman Dorsen, Our Endangered Rights: The ACLU Report on Civil Liberties Today (1984))
  • International Exchange of Information in Criminal Cases, 4 Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies 61-84 (1983) (with A.J. Doyle, Jr.)
  • Crime on Camera, 9 Litigation 24-27 (1982)
  • The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act and the Pursued Refugee: Lessons from Letelier v. Chile, 3 Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies 421-450 (1982)
  • Book Review: The McCarthy Era, History as a Snapshot, 15 Harvard Civil Liberties-Civil Rights Review (1980) (reviewing David Caute, The Great Fear: The Anti-Communist Purge Under Truman and Eisenhower (1979))
  • Can We Be Equal and Free?, in The Unfinished Revolution (Crocker Snow ed., 1976)
  • Book Review, 1 Litigation (1975) (reviewing John M. Sink, Political Criminal Trials: How to Defend Them (1974))
  • Book Review, 86 Harvard Law Review 785-795 (1973) (reviewing Albert A. Ehrenzweig, Psychoanalytic Jurisprudence: On Ethics, Aesthetics, and "Law"-On Crime, Tort, and Procedure, (Oceana Publications, (1971)))
  • Judicial Power, the “Political Question Doctrine,” and Foreign Relations, in The Vietnam War and International Law, Vol. 3 (Richard A. Falk ed., 1973)
  • Book Review: Reconsidering RFK, The New York Review of Books (1972) (reviewing Victor S. Navasky, Kennedy Justice (1971))
  • Socialist Law and Legal Institutions, in Law Against the People (Robert Lefcourt ed., 1971)
  • Foreword: Waiver of Constitutional Rights: Disquiet in The Citadel, 84 Harvard Law Review 1-28 (1970)
  • Judicial Power, the “Political Question Doctrine,” and Foreign Relations, 17 UCLA Law Review 1135-1179 (1970)
  • The Rights of the Selective Service Registrant, in The Rights of Americans (1970)
  • Book Review, 67 Michigan Law Review 612-622 (1969) (reviewing Abe Fortas, Concerning Dissent and Civil Disobedience (1968))
  • New Frontiers, 78 Yale Law Journal 892-902 (1969) (reviewing Norman Dorsen, Frontiers of Civil Liberties (Pantheon Books (1968))
  • Selective Service: Some Certain Problems and Some Tentative Answers, 37 George Washington Law Review 510-535 (1969) (with Robert J. Zweben)
  • Book Review, 77 Yale Law Journal 597-603 (1968) (reviewing John H. Bunzel, Anti-Politics in America: Reflections on the Anti-Political Temper and Its Distortions of the Democratic Process (1967))
  • Book Review, 78 Yale Law Journal 597 (1969) (reviewing Norman Dorsen, Frontiers of Civil Liberties (1968))
  • Book Review, 56 California Law Review 236-242 (1968) (reviewing Samuel Gorovitz, Freedom & Order In The University (1967))
  • Book Review, 4 Law in Transition Quarterly 163-171 (1967) (reviewing Edmund G. Williamson & John L. Cowan, The American Student's Freedom of Expression (1966))
  • Symposium: Student Rights and Campus Rules, 54 California Law Review 1-22 (1966)
  • Automatic Extinction of Cross-Demands: Compensatio From Rome to California, 53 California Law Review 224-278 (1965)

Newspaper Articles and Commentary

  • Letter of the Law: A Reply, Los Angeles Daily Journal (Jan. 11, 1995)

Book Reviews

  • Book Review, 53 California Law Review 914-920 (1965) (with I. Heyman) (reviewing Ronald P. Sokol, A Handbook of Federal Habeas Corpus (1965))