Michael Asimow, Five Models of Administrative Adjudication, ___ American Journal of Comparative Law ___ (forthcoming 2015).
Michael Asimow, Five Models of Administrative Adjudication, 63 American Journal of Comparative Law __ (2015) (Stanford Public Law Working Paper No. 2502210).
Michael Asimow, Going for the Record: Judicial Review of California Development Projects, 40 Administrative and Regulatory Law News 26 (2014).
Michael Asimow, Michael J. Strumwasser, Herb F. Bolz & Timothy J. Aspinwall, Administrative Law: Adjudication and Separation of Powers (California Practice Guide), Encino, CA: Rutter Group, 2014.
Michael Asimow & Ronald Levin, State and Federal Administrative Law, 4th ed., St. Paul: West Publishing, 2014.
Michael Asimow, Ally McBeal and Subjective Narration, in Law and Popular Culture: International Perspectives, Michael Asimow, Kathryn Brown, & David Ray Papke, eds., Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.
Michael Asimow, What Were the Best Legal Novels of 2013? (podcast),ABA Journal, December 19, 2013.
Michael Asimow & Shannon Mader, Law and Popular Culture: A Course Book, 2nd ed., New York: Peter Lang, 2013.
Michael Asimow, When Harry Met Perry and Larry: Criminal Defense Lawyers on Television, 1 Berkeley Journal of Entertainment & Sports Law, 77 (2012).
Michael Asimow & Lisl Dunlop, The Many Faces of Administrative Adjudication in the European Union (355), in Transatlantic Perspectives on European Law, Herwig C.H. Hofmann & Russell L. Weaver, eds., Brussels: Bruylant, 2011.
Michael Asimow, Contested Issues in Contested Cases: Adjudication Under the Model State Administrative Procedure Act of 2010, 20 Widener Law Journal 707 (2011).
Michael R. Asimow & Jeffrey S. Lubbers, The Merits of "Merits" Review: A Comparative Look at the Australian Administrative Appeals Tribunal, 28 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 261 (2010).
Michael Asimow, ed., Lawyers in Your Living Room!: Law on Television, Chicago: American Bar Association, 2009.
Michael Asimow & Paul Bergman, Reel Justice: The Courtroom Goes to the Movies, Kansas City: Andrews McMeel, 2006.