Matthew "Reid" Krell Publications, Presentations, and Other Activity

Articles in Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals

"Who Asked You? The (Dis)Use of Questions Presented in Certiorari," __ Political Science Quarterly ___ (forthcoming) (with Claire Wofford).

"Consuming the Hangover: Legal Change and Litigant Choice," 69 Loyola Law Review 395 (2023).

"The Ivory Tower Under Siege: A Constitutional Basis for Academic Freedom," 21 Civil Rights Law Journal 259 (2011).

"Raising the Bar: Elite Advocacy in Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation," 34 The Journal of the Legal Profession 275 (2010).

Chapters in Books

"Taking Rights Enforcement Seriously: State Capacity, Litigation, and Human Rights Enforcement," in Gender and Human Rights (edited by Dan Tagliarina and Corinne Tagliarina) (forthcoming, Amherst College Press)

Other Publications

"Introducing the Law and Courts Venue Journal List," 32 Law & Courts Newsletter 15 (American Political Science Association) (Fall 2022).

"The Power of Jury Instructions: Evidence from EEOC Cases" (2019).

"Fear-Driven Jurisprudence: McCutcheon and Unlimited Campaign Contributions as Mechanisms for Entrenching White Supremacy" (2015)

"What You Bring to the Courthouse: The Interaction between Racial Context and Jury Awards," University of Alabama Working Paper (2015).

"Intervention Unnecessary: Bar Associations Taking Sides in Regulatory Actions," (2015), Presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Law & Society Association, Seattle, Washington, United States, May 28, 2015.

"Fear and Loathing in the Judicial Process: Comparative Case Studies of Judicial Responses to Terrorism" (2014).


"The Hangover: Legal Change and Litigant Choice," Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Junior Faculty Federal Courts Workshop, University of Florida Levin College of Law, December 1, 2022.

"Docket Data for Description in Detailing Decision-Making," Telling It Like It Is 2.0: Descriptive Research Workshop, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, October 28-29, 2022.