Books:

  • Women’s Rights and the Bible: Implications for Christian Ethics and Social Policy (Wipf and Stock, 2012);
  • Justice and Compassion in Biblical Law (Continuum/T & T Clarke, 2009).

Articles:

  • “Section 1985(3) Employment Discrimination Litigation:  Progress and Confusion in Judicial Construction and Policy-Making, 1971-81,” 12 Cumberland Law Review 561-631 (1982).
  • “Employment Discrimination:  Progress and Problems in Title VII Litigation,” The Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics (1983): 217-64.
  • “Normative Analysis in Judicial Determination of Public Policy,” 3 Journal of Law and Religion 77-115 (1985).
  • “Title VII Filing Limitations in Deferral States:  Unresolved Problems and Needless Pitfalls following Commercial Office Products,” 1 George Mason Civil Rights Law Journal 19-57 (1990).
  • “Normative and Ostensibly Norm-Neutral Conventions in Contemporary Judicial Discourse,” 14 Legal     Studies Forum 107-39 (1990).
  • “First Amendment Speech Rights of Government Employees: Trends and Problems in Supreme Court and Fifth Circuit Decisions,” 45 Southwestern Law Journal 741-824 (1991).
  • “Issues Presented for the First Time on Appeal:  Fifth Circuit Standards for Consideration,” 8 Fifth Circuit Reporter 229-37 (1991).
  • “Issues on Appeal:  The Perils of Inadvertent Waiver or Abandonment,” 9 Fifth Circuit Reporter 971-81 (1992).
  • “Public Employee Free Speech: An Endangered Species of First Amendment Rights in Supreme Court and Eleventh Circuit Jurisprudence,” 5 University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy 169-327 (1993).
  • “Transfer of Property by Inheritance and Bequest in Biblical Law and Tradition,” in 10 Journal of Law and Religion 121-55 (1993-94).
  • “Academic Freedom in Public Colleges and Universities: O Say Does that Star-Spangled First Amendment Banner Yet Wave?,” 40 Wayne Law Review 1-107 (1993).
  • “New Restrictions on Academic Free Speech: Jeffries v. Harleston,” 22 Journal of College and     University law 217-79 (1995).
  • “Reverence for Life and Environmental Ethics in Biblical Law and Covenant,” 13 Journal of Law and Religion 127-88 (1996-98).
  • “Sexual Harassment: Title VII and Title IX Protections and Prohibitions — The Current State of the Law,” 19 Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics 391-406 (1999).
  • “Reverence for Life and Environmental Ethics in Biblical Law and Covenant,” Forum on Religion and Ecology.  Revised version of the 1999 JLR article cited above.  Currently posted at: http://fore.research.yale.edu/religion/christianity/essays/christ_hiers.
  • “Institutional Academic Freedom vs. Faculty Academic Freedom in Public Colleges and Universities: A Dubious Dichotomy,” 29 Journal of College and University Law 35-109 (2002).
  • Review article: Calum Carmichael, The Spirit of Biblical Law (Univ. of Georgia Press, 1996), 1 Washington Univ. Global Studies Law Review 537-52 (2002).
  • “Biblical Social Welfare Legislation, 17 Journal of Law & Religion 49-96 (2002).
  • “Institutional Academic Freedom – a Constitutional Misconception:  Did Grutter v. Bollinger Perpetuate the Confusion?”  30 Journal of College & University Law 531-82 (2004).
  • “The Death Penalty and Due Process in Biblical Law,” 81 Univ. of Detroit Mercy Law Review 751-843 (2004).
  • “Institutional Academic Freedom or Autonomy Grounded upon the First Amendment: A Jurisprudential Mirage,” 30 Hamline Law Review 1-58 (2007).
  • “Ancient Laws, Yet Strangely Modern: Biblical Contract and Tort Jurisprudence, 88 Univ. of Detroit Mercy Law Review 473-96 (2011).

Miscellaneous

  • Periodic listing in Marquis’ Who’s Who in American Law, and Who’s Who in America.
  • President, UF Chapter, Phi Kappa Phi, 1995-96.
  • Florida Blue Key Distinguished Faculty Award, 1998
  • Member, Yale Whiffenpoofs of 1954