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).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Courts and Social Policy, 47 California State Bar Journal 558 (1972).
Lawrence M. Friedman, The Family and Inheritance, 24 Stanford Law Review 422 (1972) (book review: Marvin B. Sussman et al., The Family and Inheritance).
Lawrence Friedman, Some Thoughts on the Relationship Between Law and Political Science, 1971 Washington University Law Quarterly 375 (1971).
Lawrence Friedman, Law, Order and History, 16 South Dakota Law Review 242 (1971).
Lawrence Friedman, The Idea of Right as a Social and Legal Concept, 27 Journal of Social Issues 189 (1971).
Lawrence Friedman, Symposium: Courts, Judges, Politics: Some Political Science Perspectives . . . Responses, 1971 Washington University Law Quarterly 375 (1971).
Lawrence Friedman, Urban Legal Studies Symposium . . . Law and Social Change in an Urban Environment . . ., 8 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 345 (1970).
Lawrence Friedman, Legal Culture and Social Development, 4 Law and Society Review 29 (1969).
Lawrence Friedman, On Legal Development, 24 Rutgers Law Review 11 (1969).
Lawrence M. Friedman & Stewart Macaulay, Law and the Behavioral Sciences, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1969.
Lawrence Friedman, Contracts Roundtable . . . Contract Law and Contract Research, 20 Journal of Legal Education 451 (1968).
Lawrence Friedman & James E. Krier, A New Lease on Life: Section 23 Housing and the Poor, 116 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 611 (1968).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Government and Slum Housing: A Century of Frustration, Chicago: Rand McNally, 1968.