Bradley W. Joondeph

Articles

The Health Care Cases and the New Meaning of Commandeering, 91 North Carolina Law Review 811-850 (2013) | Link to Digital Commons

Beyond the Doctrine: Five Questions That Will Determine the ACA's Constitutional Fate, 46 University of Richmond Law Review 763-780 (2012) | Link to Digital Commons

The Partisan Dimensions of Federal Preemption in the United States Courts of Appeal, 2011 Utah Law Review 223-253 (2011) | Link to Digital Commons

Business, the Roberts Court, and the Solicitor General: Why the Supreme Court's Recent Business Decisions May Not Reveal Very Much, with Srinivasan, 49 Santa Clara Law Review 1103-1121 (2009) | Link to Digital Commons

The Many Meanings of "Politics" in Judicial Decision Making, 77 University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review 347-379 (2009) | Link to Digital Commons

Judging and Self-Presentation: Towards a More Realistic Conception of the Human (Judicial) Animal, (essay), 48 Santa Clara Law Review 523-568 (2008) | Link to Digital Commons

Federalism, the Rehnquist Court, and the Modern Republican Party, 87 Oregon Law Review 117-174 (2008) | Link to Digital Commons

Practical Consequences, Institutional Competence, and the Kentucky Bond Case, (Special Report), 46 State Tax Notes 268-280 (October 22, 2007) | Link to Digital Commons

The Deregulatory Valence of Justice O'Connor's Federalism, 44 Houston Law Review 507-551 (2007) | Link to Digital Commons

Rethinking the Role of the Dormant Commerce Clause in State Tax Jurisdiction, 24 Virginia Tax Review 109-139 (2004) | Link to Digital Commons

Exploring the "Myth of Parity" in State Taxation: State Court Decisions Interpreting Public Law 86-272, (Empirical Taxation), 13 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 205-231 (2003) | Link to Digital Commons

The Meaning of Fair Apportionment and the Prohibition on Extraterritorial State Taxation, 71 Fordham Law Review 149-183 (2002) | Link to Digital Commons

Bush v. Gore, Federalism and the Distrust of Politics, 62 Ohio State Law Journal 1781-1829 (2001) | Link to Digital Commons

A Second Redemption?, 56 Washington and Lee Law Review 169-232 (1999) | Link to Digital Commons

Skepticism and School Desegregation, 76 Washington University Law Quarterly 161-170 (1998) | Link to Digital Commons

Missouri v. Jenkins and the De Facto Abandonment of Court-Enforced Desegregation, 71 Washington Law Review 597-681 (1996) | Link to Digital Commons

Tax Policy and Health Care Reform: Rethinking the Tax Treatment of Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance, 1995 Brigham Young University Law Review 1229-1261 (1995) | Link to Digital Commons

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: An Empirical Analysis of Litigation-Prompted School Finance Reform, 35 Santa Clara Law Review 763-824 (1995) | Link to Digital Commons

Killing Brown Softly: The Subtle Undermining of Effective Desegregation in Freeman v. Pitts, (case note), 46 Stanford Law Review 147-174 (1993) | Link to Digital Commons

Book Reviews

Law, Politics, and the Appointments Process, (review of Advice and Consent: The Politics of Judicial Appointments ), 46 Santa Clara Law Review 737-765 (2006) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

Other Articles

A Marbury for Our Times, 43 Advocate (Santa Clara, Calif.) 1, 6 (September 27, 2012)

Prof.'s Corner: Joondeph on ACA, 41 Advocate (Santa Clara, Calif.) 5 (November 16, 2010)

Law, Politics, and the Appointment Process, 13 Santa Clara Law 36 (Spring 2006)

The 10th Amendment - Generally Applicable Law and Congress' Power to Regulate State Taxation, 35 State Tax Notes 205 (January 17, 2005)

State and Local Tax at the Supreme Court: A Case of Constitutional Neglect?, 33 State Tax Notes 869 (September 20, 2004)

Some Caution on Gay Marriage, 11 Santa Clara Law 36 (Fall 2004)

Rethinking Commerce Clause Nexus, 31 State Tax Notes 1001 (March 22, 2004)

Are State Courts Biased Against Taxpayers That Seek the Protection of Federal Law?, 30 State Tax Notes 281 (October 27, 2003)

The Judiciary-Centric Rehnquist Court, 2001 Et Al.: The Magazine of Santa Clara University School of Law 36 (Summer/Fall 2001)