Publications Reynaldo A. Valencia
A.B. (with honors), A.M., 1987, Stanford University
J.D., 1990, Harvard Law School
- What If You Were The First And No One Cared: The Appointment of Alberto Gonzales and Coalition Building Between Latinos And Communities Of Color In The 21st Century, 12 Wash. & Lee J. Civil Rts. & Soc. Just. 21 (2005).
- Avena and the World Court’s Death Penalty Jurisdiction in Texas: Addressing the Odd Notion of Texas’ Independence From the World, 23 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 455 (2005) (with C. Jackson, L. Van de Putte, L., and R. Ellis).
- Mexican Americans and the Law: ¡El Pueblo Unido Jamás Será Vencido! (University of Arizona Press 2004) (with S. Garcia, H. Flores & J. Juarez)
- Obtaining the Intended Protection for Victims of Domestic Violence Under Section 22.01 of the Texas Penal Code, 12 Tex. J. Women & L. 193 (2003).
- The Persistent Challenge of Gender and Law: Views from One Law School’s Student Body, 3 Scholar 157 (2001) (with M. Ortiz).
- The Sanctity of Settlements and Significance of Court Approval: Discerning Clarity from Bankruptcy Rule 9019, 78 Or. L. Rev. 425 (1999).
- On Being an ‘Out’ Catholic: Contextualizing the Role of Religion at LatCrit II, 19 UCLA Chicano/Latino L. Rev. 449 (1998).
- Latinos and the Criminal Justice System: An Overview of the Invisible/Visible Minority, 1 Harv. Latino L. Rev. 27 (1995).