Law Review Articles
Lawton, An Argument for Simplifying the Code's "Small Business Debtor Definition", 21 American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review ___ (forthcoming Winter 2012).
Lawton, Chapter 11 Triage: Diagnosing A Debtor's Prospects for Success, 54 Arizona Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2012).
Lawton & Oswald, Scary Stories and the Limited Liability Polluter in Chapter 11, 65 Washington & Lee Law Review 451 (2008).
Lawton, Between Scylla and Charybdis: The Perils of Reporting Sexual Harassment, 9 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Labor and Employment Law 603 (Spring 2007).
Lawton, The Bad Apple Theory in Sexual Harassment Law, 13 George Mason Law Review 817 (Summer 2005).
Lawton, Operating in an Empirical Vacuum: The Ellerth and Faragher Affirmative Defense, 13 Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 197 (Spring 2004).
Lawton, The Meritocracy Myth and the Illusion of Equal Employment Opportunity, 85 Minnesota Law Review 587 (December 2000).
Lawton, The Emperor's New Clothes: How the Academy Deals with Sexual Harassment, 11 Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 75 (1999).
Lawton, The Frankenstein Controversy: The Constitutionality of a Federal Ban on Cloning, 87 Kentucky Law Journal 277 (1998-99).
Lawton, Regulating Genetic Destiny: A Comparative Study of Legal Constraints in Europe and the United States, 11 Emory International Law Review 365 (1997).Pedagogical Articles
Lawton, Using a Management Driven Model to Teach Business Law, 15 Journal of Legal Studies Education 211-235 (Summer 1997).
Lawton and Oswald, Teaching the Doctrine of Precedent Through Simulations, 13 Journal of Legal Studies Education 121-146 (Winter/Spring 1995).
Lawton and Oswald, The Use of Simulated Hearings in Business Law Courses, 11 Journal of Legal Studies Education 103-126 (Winter/Spring 1993).
Lawton, Pyramid, Columbia Business School, 1993 (published case study).
Runner-Up Award, Albert Sussman Ethics in Real Estate Competition, Columbia Business School, 1993.
Lawton, The Cultural Myth of Meritocracy, 2 Employee Rights Quarterly 57 (Winter 2002).
The Honorable James D. Gregg and Anne Lawton, Bankruptcy Ethics: The Attorney-Client Privilege and The Duty of Confidentiality re: Client Communications, Fourth Annual Midwestern Bankruptcy Conference 213 (Prentice Hall Law & Business 1994) (seminar materials).
Lawton, Tipping the Scales of Justice in Sexual Harassment Law, 27 Ohio Northern University Law Review 517 (2001).