Margalynne J. Armstrong


"Colorblindness Is the New Racism": Raising Awareness About Privilege Using Color Insight with Wildman in Deconstructing Privilege: Teaching and Learning as Allies in the Classroom. Case, editor. Routledge (2013) | Link to Library Catalog

Working Across Racial Lines in a Not-So-Post-Racial World with Wildman in Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia. Gutierrez, Niemann, Gonzalez, and Harris, editors. Utah State University Press (2012) | Link to Library Catalog

Meditations on Being Good in Critical Race Feminism: A Reader. Wing, editor. New York University Press (1997) | Link to Library Catalog

Privilege in Residential Housing in Privilege Revealed: How Invisible Preference Undermines America. By Wildman. New York University Press (1996) | Link to Library Catalog


Revisiting the Work We Know So Little About: Race, Wealth, Privilege, and Social Justice, with Wildman and Moran, 2 UC Irvine Law Review 1011-1022 (2012) | Link to Digital Commons

Teaching Race/Teaching Whiteness: Transforming Colorblindness to Color Insight, with Wildman, 86 North Carolina Law Review 635-672 (2008) | Link to Digital Commons

Reparations Litigation: What About Unjust Enrichment?, (Social Justice Movements and LatCrit Community), 81 Oregon Law Review 771-782 (Fall 2002) | Link to Digital Commons

Race and Property Values in Entrenched Segregation, 52 University of Miami Law Review 1051-1065 (1998) | Link to Digital Commons

Women of Color in the Law: The Duality of Transformation, 31 University of San Francisco Law Review 967-973 (1997) | Link to Digital Commons

Protecting Privilege: Race, Residence and Rodney King, 12 Law and Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice 351-380 (1994) | Link to Digital Commons

African Americans and Property Ownership: Creating Our Own Meanings, Redefining Our Relationships, 1 African-American Law and Policy Report 79-88 (1994) | Link to Digital Commons

Desegregation Through Private Litigation: Using Equitable Remedies to Achieve the Purposes of the Fair Housing Act, 64 Temple Law Review 909-935 (1991) | Link to Digital Commons

Book Reviews

Teaching by the Book: Constructing a New Legal Actor, (review of Race and Races: Cases and Resources for a Diverse America), 89 California Law Review 1625-1632 (2001) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

Legal Breakdown: 40 Ways to Fix Our Legal System, 32 Santa Clara Law Review 297-309 (1992) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

Legal Breakdown: 40 Ways to Fix Our Legal System, 3 Legal Publishing Preview 209 (July-August 1991) | Link to Library Catalog

Current Legal Developments in Real Estate Law: Annual Survey - 1990, 3 Legal Publishing Preview 140 (1991)

AIDS and the Law: A Guide for the Public, 28 Santa Clara Law Review 463-468 (1988) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

Other Articles

An Homage to Derrick Bell, with Wildman, 36 Seattle University Law Review v-viii (2013) | Link to Digital Commons

Can Good Samaritan Laws Fit Into the United States Legal/Political Framework?: A Brief Response to Elspeth Farmer, Joshua Dressler, and Marc Franklin, 40 Santa Clara Law Review 1027-1031 (2000) | Link to Digital Commons

CCRI's Colorblindness Theory is Dangerously Shortsighted, 1996-1997 Et Al.: The Magazine of Santa Clara University School of Law 36 (Fall/Winter 1996-97)

Memorial Statement for Russell Galloway, (Santa Clara University School of Law Professor), 32 Santa Clara Law Review 1 (1992) | Link to Digital Commons

Tokens and Taboos, 115 The Recorder 4 (August 2, 1991)

Lawyers and the Second Shift, 22 The Advocate (Santa Clara, Calif.) 17 (March 1991)

Thurgood Marshall and the Reformation of Black History, 24 The Advocate (Santa Clara, Calif.) 6 (February 1993)

Meditations On Being Good, (Black Women Law Professors: Building Community at the Intersection of Race and Gender: A Symposium), 6 Berkeley Women's Law Journal 43-45 (1991) | Link to Digital Commons

MBE and Multiple Choice Exam Skills, 21 The Advocate (Santa Clara, Calif.) 4 (December 1989)

Grading the California Bar Exam, 15 The Advocate (Santa Clara, Calif.) 9,12 (May 1989)

Bar Preparation: Questions and Answers, 15 The Advocate (Santa Clara, Calif.) 9-10 (March 1989)


Work Paper: Using Comparative Legal Studies to Prepare Law Students for an Evolving Legal Profession. (XVI Biennial Conference on the Law of the World. Manila, The Philippines) World Jurist Association (Oct 24-29, 1993)