Bernadette Meyler, Law, Literature, and History: The Love Triangle, 5 UC Irvine Law Review 365 (2015).
Bernadette Meyler, Living Traditions: Justice Kennedy Embraces Evolving Traditions, Stanford Lawyer: Legal Aggregate, June 26, 2015.
Common Law Originalism (Forthcoming, Yale UP).
Theaters of Pardoning: Tragicomedy and Sovereignty in Early Modern England (Forthcoming).
Abandoning Originalism (review essay on Donald Drakem an, Church, State, and Original Intent and Vincent Philip Muñoz, God and the Founders), Politics and Religion (forthcoming).
"Theater and Sovereignty," in Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Law and Literature (Bradin Cormack & Lorna Hutson eds., forthcoming).
Bernadette Meyler, Accepting Contested Meanings, 82 Fordham Law Review 803 (2013 symposium issue: “The New Originalism").
Transparency and Textuality: Willkie Collins’ Law Books, in The Secrets of Law (Stanford UP, 2012).
“Wilkie Collins’ Law Books: Law, Literature, and Factual Precedent,” in The Secrets of Law 135-170 (Austin Sarat, Lawrence Douglas, and Martha Merrill Umphrey eds., Stanford UP, 2012).
Equity Over Empathy: A Response to Robin West, in Nomos LIII (2012) (response to Robin West, “The Anti-Empathic Turn”).
Constitutional Commitments and Religious Identity ( review of Steve Shiffrin, The Religious Left and Church - State Relations), 19 Cornell J.L.P.P. 751 (2010).
Updating the Executive, or, the Character of the Pardoning President, 45 Tulsa L. Rev. 605 (2009).
Summum and the Establishment Clause , 104 Northwestern U. L. Rev. Colloquy 95 (2009).
Commerce in Religion , 84 Notre Dame L. Rev. 887 (symposium issue: “The Supreme Court’s ‘Hands - Off’ Approach to Religious Liberty”) (2009).
Review of Bradin Cormack, A Power to Do Justice: Jurisdiction, English Literature, and the Rise of Common Law, 1509 - 1625, 27 L. & Hist. Rev. 685 (2009).
Daniel Defoe and the Written Constitution , 94 Cornell L. Rev. 73 (2008).
Like a Nation State , 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1621 (with Douglas A. Kysar) (symposium issue: “Changing Climates”) (2008).
Review of John Orth, How Many Judges Does It Take to Make a Supreme Court, 26 L. & Hist. Rev 453 (2008).