Lawrence M. Friedman, Issues and Directions in the Study of Law and Society, 10 Southwestern University Law Review 475 (1978).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Robert A.Kagan, Bliss Cartwright & Stanton Wheeler, The Evolution of State Supreme Courts, 76 Michigan Law Review 961 (1978).
Lawrence M. Friedman & Stewart Macaulay, Law and the Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed., Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1977.
Lawrence M. Friedman, Robert A. Kagan, Bliss Cartwright & Stanton Wheeler, The Business of the State Supreme Courts, 1870-1970, 30 Stanford Law Review 121 (1977).
Lawrence M. Friedman, The Social and Political Context of the War on Poverty: An Overview, in A Decade of Federal Antipoverty Programs: Achievements, Failures and Lessons, Robert C. Haveman, ed., New York: Academic Press, 1977, pages 21-47.
Lawrence M. Friedman, The Devil is Not Dead: Exploring the History of Criminal Justice, 11 Georgia Law Review 257 (1977).
Lawrence M. Friedman, The Law of Succession in Social Perspectives, in Death, Taxes and Family Property, Edward C. Halbach, Jr., ed., St. Paul: West Publishing, 1977, pages 9-25.
Lawrence M. Friedman & Manfred Rehbinder, Sociology of the Judicial Process, Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1976.
Lawrence M. Friedman, A Lawyer's Preface, in Legal Choices for State Enterprises in the Third World, Robert C. Pozen, New York: New York University Press, 1976, pages ix-xi.
Lawrence M. Friedman & Robert V. Percival, A Tale of Two Courts: Litigation in Alameda and San Benito Counties, 10 Law & Society Review 267 (1976).
Lawrence M. Friedman & Robert V. Percival, Who Sues for Divorce? From Fault Through Fiction to Freedom, 5 Journal of Legal Studies 61 (1976).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Some Thoughts on the History of American Law, 11 Stanford Lawyer 13 (1976).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Some Main Themes in the History of the Law of the United States, 44 Legal History Review 115 (1976).
Lawrence M. Friedman, The Legal System: A Social Science Perspective, New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1975.
Lawrence M. Friedman, Notes Towards a History of American Justice, 24 Buffalo Law Review 111 (1974).
Lawrence M. Friedman, General Theory of Law and Social Change, in Law and Social Change, Jacob S. Ziegel, ed., Toronto: York University, 1973, p.17-35.
Lawrence M. Friedman, Law in American History,17 American Journal of Legal History 365 (1973) (book review: Donald Fleming & Bernard Bailyn, eds., Law in American History).