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  • Unusual: The Death Penalty for Inadvertent Killing INDIANA LAW JOURNAL Binder, G., Fissell, B., Weisberg, R. 2018; 93 (3): 549–616
  • CAPITAL PUNISHMENT OF UNINTENTIONAL FELONY MURDER NOTRE DAME LAW REVIEW Binder, G., Fissell, B., Weisberg, R. 2017; 92 (3): 1141-1213
  • Can We Shrink the Prisons Without Growing Crime? Decarceration, Decentralization, and the Meaning of Realignment's Success CRIMINOLOGY & PUBLIC POLICY Weisberg, R. 2016; 15 (2): 367-381
  • MEANINGS AND MEASURES OF RECIDIVISM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW Weisberg, R. 2014; 87 (3): 785-804
  • EMPIRICAL CRIMINAL LAW SCHOLARSHIP AND THE SHIFT TO INSTITUTIONS STANFORD LAW REVIEW Weisberg, R. 2013; 65 (6): 1371-1401
  • The dangers of Pyrrhic victories against mass incarceration DAEDALUS Weisberg, R., Petersilia, J. 2010; 139 (3): 124-133
  • Corrupting the harm requirement in white collar crime STANFORD LAW REVIEW Mills, D., Weisberg, R. 2008; 60 (5): 1371-1446
  • The death penalty meets social science: Deterrence and jury behavior under new scrutiny ANNUAL REVIEW OF LAW AND SOCIAL SCIENCE Weisberg, R. 2005; 1: 151-170
  • Norms and criminal law, and the norms of criminal law scholarship JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW & CRIMINOLOGY Weisberg, R. 2003; 93 (2-3): 467-591
  • Coughlin's suspicion STANFORD LAW REVIEW Weisberg, R. 2001; 53 (6): 1495-1507
  • Cultural criticism of law STANFORD LAW REVIEW Binder, G., Weisberg, R. 1997; 49 (5): 1149-1221
  • The New York Statute as cultural document: Seeking the morally optimal death penalty BUFFALO LAW REVIEW Weisberg, R. 1996; 44 (2): 283-302
  • SOME WAYS TO THINK ABOUT LAW REVIEWS Law Review Conference - Stanford-Law-School Weisberg, R. STANFORD UNIV. 1995: 1147–1156
  • THE IMPROPRIETY OF PLEA AGREEMENTS - AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL VIEW LAW AND SOCIAL INQUIRY-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN BAR FOUNDATION Weisberg, R. 1994; 19 (1): 145-148
  • A GREAT WRIT WHILE IT LASTED JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW & CRIMINOLOGY Weisberg, R. 1990; 81 (1): 9-36
  • COMMERCIAL MORALITY, THE MERCHANT CHARACTER, AND THE HISTORY OF THE VOIDABLE PREFERENCE STANFORD LAW REVIEW Weisberg, R. 1986; 39 (1): 3-138
  • SUPREME-COURT REVIEW - FOREWORD - CRIMINAL-PROCEDURE DOCTRINE - SOME VERSIONS OF THE SKEPTICAL JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW & CRIMINOLOGY Weisberg, R. 1985; 76 (4): 832-855
  • Confidentiality laws and state efforts to protect abused or neglected children: the need for statutory reform. Family law quarterly Weisberg, R., Wald, M. 1984; 38 (2): 143-212

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  • CONFIDENTIALITY LAWS AND STATE EFFORTS TO PROTECT ABUSED OR NEGLECTED CHILDREN - THE NEED FOR STATUTORY REFORM FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Weisberg, R., Wald, M. 1984; 18 (2): 143-212
  • THE CALABRESIAN JUDICIAL ARTIST - STATUTES AND THE NEW LEGAL PROCESS STANFORD LAW REVIEW Weisberg, R. 1983; 35 (2): 213-257
  • RULES, STANDARDS, AND THE BATTLE OF THE FORMS - A REASSESSMENT OF 2-207 VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW Baird, D. G., Weisberg, R. 1982; 68 (6): 1217-1262
  • DEFENDANT V WITNESS - MEASURING CONFRONTATION AND COMPULSORY PROCESS RIGHTS AGAINST STATUTORY COMMUNICATIONS PRIVILEGES STANFORD LAW REVIEW Weisberg, R. 1978; 30 (5): 935-991