Co-Author, Telecommunications Law: Convergence and
Competition, (with Allen Hammond IV and Catherine Sandoval) (Aspen)
PRESUMED ARAB: A Case Study of the Fluidity of Race:
Southeast Asians Morphing from Nonwhites to Model Minorities to
Possible Arab Terrorists, presented at Global Organization of
People of Indian Origin, Guyanese East Indian Civic Association,
and the St. John’s Caribbean and Latin American Studies.
Whiteout, updated and published in Philip M. Napoli, Media
Diversity and Localism Meaning and Metrics
Editor, Post-Conference Report: Rethinking the Discourse on
Race: A Symposium on How the Lack of Racial Diversity Affects
Social Justice and Policy, 21 St. John’s J. Legal Commentary
The Q-626 Report: A Study Analyzing the Diversity of the 626
Largest Businesses, and the 105 Largest Minority–Owned Businesses,
in Queens, 80 St. John’s L. Rev. 1007 (2006).
Race, Media Consolidation, and Online Content: The Lack of
Substitutes Available to Media Consumers of Color, U. Mich. J. L.
Ref. 199 (2006).
Making the Case for a Compelling Governmental Interest and
Re-Establishing FCC Affirmative Action for Broadcast Licensing, 57
Rutgers L. Rev. 235 (2004).
Deregulatory Injustice and Electronic Redlining: the Color of
Access to Telecommunications, 56 Adm. L. Rev 263 (2004).
WHITEOUT: The Absence and Stereotyping of People of Color by the
Modern Media, forthcoming Ariz. L. Rev.(2003).
Racial Stereotypes, Broadcast Corporations, and the Business
Judgment Rule, U. Rich. L. Rev. 819 (2003).
Co-author, The Other Digital Divide: Disparity in the Auction of
Wireless Telecommunications, 52 Cath. L. Rev. 351 (2003).
Falling Through the Cracks: Race and Corporate Law Firms, St.
John’s L. Rev. 785 (2003).
Racial Profiling, September
11th, and the Media: A Critical Race Theory Analysis, 2 VA. SPORTS
& ENT. L.J. 1 (2003).
Just Pucker and Blow? An Analysis of Corporate Whistleblowers,
the Duty of Care, the Duty of Loyalty, and Sarbanes-Oxley Act, 76
St. John’s L. Rev. 875 (2002).
"Life After Adarand: What Happened to the Metro Broadcasting
Diversity Rationale for Minority Telecommunications Ownership," 33
University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 87 (1999/2000).
"Who is Black Enough For You? An Analysis of Northwestern
University Law School's Struggle Over Minority Faculty Hiring," 2
Michigan Journal of Race & Law 205 (1997).
"If It's Not Black and White Anymore, Why Does Darkness Cast a
Longer Discriminatory Shadow Than Lightness? An Investigation and
Analysis of the Color Hierarchy," 75 Denver University Law Review
"Who Is Black Enough For You? The Stories of One Black Man and
His Family's Pursuit of the American Dream," 11 Georgetown
Immigration Law Journal 97 (1996).
"Swerving To Avoid The "Takings" And "Ultra Vires" Potholes On
The Information Superhighway: An Analysis Of Whether the New York
Collocation and Telecommunications Policy Requiring Access To
Competitors Is A Taking Of Local Telephone Company Property Without
Due Process Of Law And Ultra Vires Under The New York Public
Service Law," 18 HASTINGS COM. AND ENT. L. REV. 51 (1996.)
"The On-Ramp To The Information Superhighway; A Case Study: New
York Collocation and Telecommunications Policy," 7 DEPAUL BUS. L.
JOURN. 1 (Fall/Winter 1994)
"How Much Is The Toll To Access The Information Superhighway? An
Analysis Of The Appropriate Measure Of Compensation For The Partial
Taking Of Public Utility Property," 62 TENN. L. REV. 141 ( Fall
"Derailed From The Information Superhighway: A Case Study of the
Bell Atlantic Telephone Company v. FCC Case," 21 DAYTON L. REV. 418
Symposium and Conference
The Mercedes Divide?: American Segregation Shapes the Color
of Electronic Commerce, 29 West. N. Eng. L. Rev. 165 (2006).
Introduction, Symposium: The LSAT, U.S. News & World Report,
and Minority Admissions, 80 St. John’s L. Rev. 1 (2006).
"An Investigation of the Alleged 'White Man's Burden' in the
Implementation of an Affirmative Action Program in
Telecommunications Ownership," 30 Rutgers Law Journal 731
"Introduction, Recent Developments Telecommunications
Symposium," 52 Administrative Law Review [American University] 963
"Paradoxes of Racial Stereotypes, Diversity and Past
Discrimination in Establishing Affirmative Action in FCC Broadcast
Licensing," 52 Administrative Law Review [American University] 979
"Blinded By the Light; But Now I See," 20 Western New England
Law Review 491 (1998) (reviewing Judy Scales-Trent, Notes of a
White Black Woman, and Gregory Howard Williams, Life on the Color
"A Time to Kill, the O.J. Simpson Trials, and Storytelling to
Juries," 3 Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Journal 549
"The Haywood Burns/Shanara Gilbert Award," 31 New England Law
Review 967 (1997).
"Foreword, First Annual Northeastern People of Color Legal
Scholarship Conference," 19 Western New England Law Review 1