The Empirical Imperative to Understand Habeas for Detained Immigrants work-in progress (with Mary Yanik) (Bellow Scholar project).
Deportation Abolition Lawyering, work-in-progress.
Critical Interviewing, Utah L. R. (forthcoming 2021) (with Lindsay M. Harris).
Assessing the Experiential (R)evolution, 65 Vill. L. Rev 713 (2020) (with Allison Korn).
The Adultification of Migrant Children, 34 Geo. Immigr. L. Rev. 199 (2020).
Priya Baskaran, Laila Hlass, Sarah Sherman-Stokes & Allison Korn, Experiential Learning through Popular Multi-Media, in Teaching Law with Popular Culture (Christine Corcos ed., Carolina Academic Press forthcoming 2018).
The School to Deportation Pipeline, 34 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 697 (2018).
Minor Protections: Best Practices for Representing Immigrant Children, 47 N. M. L. Rev. 247 (2017).
States and Status: A Study of Geographical Disparities for Immigrant Youth, 46 Col. Hum. Rts. Rev. 266 (2014).
Davida Finger, Laila Hlass, Anne Hornsby, Susan Kuo & Rachel Van Cleave, Engaging the Legal Academy in Disaster Response, 10 Seattle J. for Soc. Just. 211 (2011).