Lawrence M. Friedman, Commentary on the Conference (Pluralism and Community: Themes and Variations), 21 Connecticut Law Review 1013 (1989).
Lawrence M. Friedman, State Constitutions and Criminal Justice in the Late Nineteenth Century (Symposium on State Constitutional History: In Search of a Usable Past), 53 Albany Law Review 265 (1989).
Lawrence M. Friedman, The Reform of Prisoners: 1830-1900, 14 Law & Social Inquiry 615 (1989) (book review).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Inheritance in America: From Colonial Times to the Present, 6 Law and History Review 499 (1988) (book review).
Lawrence M. Friedman, The Constitution and American Legal Culture, 32 St. Louis University Law Journal 1 (1987) (1987 Richard J. Childress Memorial Lecture).
Lawrence M. Friedman, The American Constitution: a Double Life, 10 University of Arkansas-Little Rock Law Journal 257 (1987).
Bliss Cartwright, Lawrence M. Friedman, Robert A. Kagan & Stanton Wheeler, Do the 'Haves' Come Out Ahead? Winning and Losing in State Supreme Courts, 1870-1979, 21 Law & Society Review 403 (1987).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Civil Wrongs: Personal Injury Law in the Late 19th Century, 1987(2-3) American Bar Foundation Research Journal 351 (1987).
Lawrence M. Friedman, The Law and Society Movement, 38 Stanford Law Review 763 (1986).
Lawrence M. Friedman, The Pursuit of Total Justice, 20 Stanford Lawyer 2 (1986).
Lawrence M. Friedman, A Search for Seizure: Pennsylvania Coal Co. v. Mahon in Context, 4 Law and History Review 1 (1986).
Lewis H. Butler, Lawrence M. Friedman, Denis Hayes & Thomas C. Heller, Into the Future: Where are Law and Legal Practice Headed?, 25 Stanford Lawyer 10 (1986).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Housing Reform: Negative Style, in Federal Housing Policy & Programs: Past and Present, J. Paul Mitchell, ed., New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Urban Policy Research, 1985.
Lawrence M. Friedman, Two Faces of Law, 1984 Wisconsin Law Review 13 (1984).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Rights of Passage: Divorce Law in Historical Perspective, 63 Oregon Law Review 649 (1984).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Comments on Edward H. Rabin, ''The Revolution in Residential Landlord-Tenant Law: Causes and Consequences,'' 69 Cornell Law Review 585 (1984).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Exposed Nerves; Some Thoughts on our Changing Legal Culture, 17 Suffolk University Law Review 529 (1983).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Robert A. Kagan, Bliss Cartwright & Stanton Wheeler, State Supreme Courts: A Century of Style and Citation, 35 Stanford Law Review 773 (1981).
Lawrence M. Friedman, Historical, Social Policy, and Criminal Justice, in Social History and Social Policy, David J. Rothman & Stanton Wheeler, eds., New York: Academic, 1981, pages 203-235.