Criminal Justice Standards on Fair Trial and Public Discourse. Editor. American Bar Association Publishing. (November 2016).

A Bleak House in Cuba: A Call for Reform and the Closure of Guantanamo. Legal Challenges of Modern Warfare Conference. The Hague, Netherlands (January 2016).

Tailored Justice: Why the Creation of A Post-Conflict Justice System Is Not One Size Fits All, (Publication Pending)

Collateral Consequences for Non-Citizen Defendants: When a Criminal Conviction Results in the Loss of all that Makes Life Worth Living. Criminal Law Practitioner, American University, Washington College of Law(Summer 2015).

New Tools to Prevent Human Trafficking: Federal Regulations for Government Contractors and FCPA Prosecutions, American Bar Association International Law Journal –  Year in Review(December 2014).

Written Statement on Immigration Detention and Deportation in the United States of America: A Report Submitted For the 53rdSession of the United Nations Committee Against Torture, Geneva, Switzerland, October 2014.

 Unbalanced Scales of Justice: How ICE is Preventing Non-Citizens From Having Equal Access to Diversion Programs and Therapeutic Courts.  Hofstra Family Court Review, October 2012.

Human Trafficking: A Decade’s Track Record, Plus Techniques for Prosecutors and Police Moving Forward.  Criminal Justice, Volume 26. Number 1, Pages 18-26, Spring 2011.

Practice Pointers for the Criminal Defense Attorney in the Aftermath of Padilla v. Kentucky.  American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section.  April 2010.

 Immigration Law Update.  The State of Criminal Justice. American Bar Association.  2008.

 101 Tips for Representing Non-Citizens in Criminal Proceedings.  ABA Young Lawyer’s Division 101 Practice Series.  Spring 2007.

 Not All Refugees Are Created Equal: The Gender-Based Exclusionary Tactic of United States Asylum Law.  ABA Section of International Law Fall Meeting Cle Materials.  November 2006.

 Old Crimes in New Times: Human Trafficking and the Modern Criminal Justice System.  Criminal Justice, Volume 21, Number 1, Pages 12-18.  American Bar Association, Spring 2006.

U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Mandatory Sentencing Guidelines.  Milwaukee Bar Association Messenger, Volume 14, Number 2, Page 1, February 2005.

Examining Statutory Sentencing in Blakely v. Washington.  Milwaukee Bar Association Messenger, Volume 13, Number 10, Page 1, October 2005.

Presentations and Speaking Engagements

Speaker, Fair Trial and Public Discourse Standards and the Right To Free Press in International Criminal Cases, International White Collar Crime Conference, London, England (October 2017).

Speaker,International Criminal Law and the Reformation of Criminal Justice Systems, The World Justice Forum, Den Haag (July 2017).

Panelist,Diversion Programs, Specialized Courts and Alternatives to Incarceration, American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section Spring Meeting, Jackson Hole, Wyoming (May 2017).

Guest Lecturer, Defending a Client in the International Criminal Justice System, George Washington School of Law, Washington, D.C. (April 2017).

Panelist,United States Policy on the International Criminal Court, Washington, D.C. (April 2017).

Panelist,Countries Leaving the International Criminal Court: The Impact on International Criminal Justice, DC Bar and Judicial Conference, Washington, D.C. (April 2017).

Moderator,Religious Based Hate Crimes, American Bar Association, Washington, D.C. (April 2017).

Speaker, Women as Weapons of War. TEDx Monte Carlo, Monaco (November 2016).

Panelist, Developing International Criminal Justice Standards, American Bar Association, Washington, D.C. (September 2016).

Panelist, The Criminalisation of Free Speech – Counter Terrorism, International Bar Association Transnational Crime Conference, Panama (May 2016).

Panelist, Detention of Hostile Forces and Human Rights, International Bar Association Conference on the Legal Challenges of Modern Warfare, The Hague (January 2016).

Speaker,Syria: Fight for Democracy, War Crimes, and the Refugee Crisis, Broward County, Florida (October 2015).

Speaker, Securities Law: Significant White Collar Prosecutions and Investigations, American Bar Association CLE Program, Miami, Florida (November 2014).

Speaker, Counter-Terrorism Laws and Policy, Immigration Enforcement, No-Fly Lists, and OFAC Compliance. Study Tour for Leaders, Attorneys and Judges from Central Asia. Washington, D.C. (May 2014).

Speaker, Bail Me Out: Obtaining Bail for Non-Citizens in Federal Criminal Court, Southern District of New York Bar Conference, New York, New York (January 2014).

Panelist, Current Approaches to Ending Sex Trafficking: From the Global, National, and Local Frontlines, British Council Symposium, Chicago, Illinois (May 2013).

Panelist, Human Trafficking, Union Internacional des Avocats Congress, Dresden, Germany (November 2012).

Panelist, Immigration, Race and Incarceration in the United States, 2012 American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois (August 2012).

Panelist, Essentials of Immigration and Criminal Law, Plus a Dialogue on Immigration Policy, Domestically and Internationally, 2012 American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois (August 2012).

Panelist, Selective Enforcement of Criminal Law: Prosecutorial Discretion in Complex Cases.  Joint Meeting of the ABA Criminal Justice Section and the Florence Bar Association, Florence, Italy (May 2012).

Panelist, Prosecuting and Defending Immigration Based Criminal Offenses, Post Conviction Relief, and What Happens Next in Immigration Proceedings.  ABA Criminal Justice Spring Meeting, Los Angeles, California (April 2012).

Panelist, Postville Raids: Internal Investigations, Corporate Compliance with I-9 Verification Procedures and the Criminal Consequences for Hiring Unauthorized Workers.  2011 ABA Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada (August 2011).

Panelist, Post-Conviction Relief and Immigration Proceedings: Padilla v. Kentucky and other Relevant Post-Conviction Remedies for Noncitizens.  2001 Equal Justice Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada (May 2011).

Panelist, The Impact of Padilla v. Kentucky, American Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Program, Miami Beach, Florida (April 2011).

Panelist, The Padilla Decision: It’s About More Than Just Immigration.  Sentencing and Re-Entry Institute, Washington, D.C. (November 2010).

Speaker, The Impact of Immigration Law: What Every Lawyer Should Know About Padilla v. Kentucky and SB1070, Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Conference, Washington, D.C. (November 2010).

Speaker, Padilla v. Kentucky and Defense Counsel’s Duties, Federal Defender Conference, Wisconsin (Oct. 2010).

Panelist, Human Trafficking, Nova Law School Human Trafficking Symposium, Florida (September 2010).

Panelist, The Intersection of Criminal and Immigration Laws.  Eastern District of Wisconsin Federal Bar Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (April 2010).

Panelist, Prosecuting and Defending Immigration Based Criminal Offenses.  American Bar Association Mid-Year Meeting Continuing Legal Education Program, Orlando, Florida (February 2010).

Panelist, Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions and Human Trafficking.  University of Miami Law School Immigration Symposium (March 2008).

Panelist, Collateral Consequences: Concerns for the Representation and Prosecution of Non-Citizens in Criminal Proceedings.  Continuing Legal Education Program, American Bar Association. Miami, Florida (February 2007).

Speaker, Human Trafficking. University of Miami International Law Society Program.  Florida (January 2007).

Panelist, The Who, What, When & Why of Refugee Determination Under International and Domestic Law.  Continuing Legal Education Program, American Bar Association International Law. Miami, Florida (November 2006).