Lacy A. Daniel, The Cradle Will Rock: Intentional Misrepresentation of Paternity, Tennessee Bar Journal (Aug. 2013).

Christina J. Bruff, Revenue Limitations and the ESA – Enforcement of the Act on the Heels of the Great Recession: Proposed Listings, Critical Habitat Designations, Regional Economics and Jobs, Feature Article: Western Water Law & Policy Reporter, Vol. 15, No. 9 (July 2011).

Christina J. Bruff, Litigation Under the ESA – Of Fish, Water Supply, Agency Discretion and the Debate Over Short Versus Long Term Solutions, Feature Article: Western Water Law & Policy Reporter, Vol 14, No. 6 (April 2010).

Lacy A. Daniel, Kristan Cockerill, Vincent Tidwell, Amy Sun, Engaging the Public and Decision Makers in Cooperative Modeling for Regional Water Management, 12 Environmental Practice 316 (2010).

Lacy A. Daniel, Kristan Cockerill, Leonard Malczynski, Vincent Tidwell, A Fresh Look at a Policy Sciences Methodology: Collaborative Modeling for More Effective Policy, 42 Policy Sciences 211 (2009).

Charles T. DuMars, New Mexico Water: Past, Present, and Future or Guns, Lawyers, and Money, New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute (October, 2005).

Charles T. DuMars & David Seeley, The Failure of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin and Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin Compacts and a Guide to the Successful Establishment of Interstate Water Compacts, 21 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 2 (2004).

Christina J. Bruff, Inroads on Western Prior Appropriations Water Law: New Mexico Eliminates Pueblo Water Doctrine, Feature Article: Western Water Law & Policy Reporter, Vol 8, No. 7 (May 2004).

Christina J. Bruff, Drought and Conjunctive Management of Groundwater and Surface Water: Lessons from New Mexico, Washington and Arizona, Feature Article: Western Water Law & Policy Reporter, Vol 8, No. 3 (January 2004).

Charles T. DuMars & Jeffrie D. Minier, The Evolution of Groundwater Rights and Groundwater Management in New Mexico and the Western United States, 12 Hydrogeology Journal 40 (2003).

Christina J. Bruff, Is It Science and Is It the Best?  A National Academy of Sciences’ Interim Report Concludes That in the Case of the Klamath Basin, It Is Neither, Feature Article: Western Water Law & Policy Reporter, Vol. 6 No. 5 (April 2002).

Christina J. Bruff, Charles T. DuMars, David Seeley, International Water Law: The Movement from Development to Management and a Renewed Look at United States' Western Water Law Principles, Feature Article: Western Water Law & Policy Reporter, Vol. 5, 61  (January 2001). 

Christina J. Bruff, Charles T. DuMars, David Seeley, Water Management in the American West and the Bureau of Reclamation’s Role: Water Manager or Water Provider? Feature Article: Western Water Law & Policy Reporter, Vol. 4 No. 8 (June 2000).

Christina J. Bruff, The Taming of Western Rivers: 100 Years of Cooperative Federalism and Yet Who Owns the Water Rights? Feature Article: Western Water Law & Policy Reporter, Vol. 2, No. 9 (July 1998).

Tanya L. Scott, Trying the Wrongful Death Case in New Mexico: Strategies in Preparation and Valuation, National Business Institute (1997).  

Charles T. DuMars, Changing Interpretations of New Mexico's Constitutional Provisions Allocating Water Resources: Integrating Private Property Rights and Public Values, 26 N.M. L. Rev. 367 (1996).

Charles T. DuMars, Public Policy Consideration in State Water Allocations and Management, 42 Rocky Mtn. Min. L. Inst, Sec. 24 (1996).

Tanya L. Scott, Equitable Subrogation. Can an Insurance Company Have Its Cake and Eat it Too?  The New Mexico Trial Lawyer (February-March, 1992). 

Charles T. DuMars, Endangered Species that Eat Prior Appropriators: Integrating the Endangered Species Act into State Water Law, 6 Nat. Res. L. Rep. 38 (1991).

Tanya L. Scott, Discovery and Trial in the Automotive Case-The Plaintiff’s Perspective, Professional Education Systems, Inc. (1989).

Charles T. DuMars & Michele Minnis, New Mexico Water Law: Determining Public Welfare Values in Water Rights Allocation, 31 Ariz. L. Rev. 817 (1989).

Charles T. DuMars & A. Dan Tarlock, New Challenges to State Water Allocation Sovereignty, 29 Nat. Resources J. 331 (1989).

Charles T. DuMars & Michael B. Browde, State Taxation of Natural Resource Extraction and the Commerce Clause: Federalism's Modern Frontier, 60 Or. L. Rev. 7 (1981).

Charles DuMars & Helen Ingram, Congressional Quantification of Indian Reserved Rights: A Definitive Solution or a Mirage?, 20 Nat. Resources J. 17 (1980).

Charles T. DuMars & Willis H. Ellis, The Two-Tiered Market in Western Water, 57 Neb. L. Rev. 2 (1978).