Book Review of Robin Kundis Craig, Comparative Ocean Governance: Place-Based Protections in an Era of Climate Change, Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, Vol. 7 No. 1 (March 2016).
Bruce Myers and Jay Austin, "Playing Whack-a-Mole with the Endangered Species Act," ACSblog (Sept. 2015).
Kathryn Mengerink and Jay Austin, Evaluating Ocean Protection, ELI Policy Brief #9 (2015).
Brian Korpics, Jay Austin, and Bruce Myers, “Shifting the Debate: In Defense of the Equal Access to Justice Act,” Environmental Law Reporter (Nov. 2013).
Bruce Myers and Jay Austin, “The Commerce Clause: Foundation for U.S. Environmental Law,” in James May (ed.), Principles of Constitutional Environmental Law (American Bar Association/ELI Press, 2011).
Kathryn Mengerink, Adam Schempp, and Jay Austin, Ocean and Coastal Ecosystem-Based Management: Implementation Handbook (Envtl. L. Inst. 2009).
Adam Schempp, Kathryn Mengerink, and Jay Austin, Expanding the Use of Ecosystem-Based Management in the Coastal Zone Management Act (Envtl. L. Inst. 2009).
Jay Austin and Bruce Myers, Anchoring the Clean Water Act: Congress’s Constitutional Sources of Power to Protect the Nation’s Waters, American Constitution Society Issue Brief (Sept. 2007).
Brief of Environmental Law Institute as Amicus Curiae (co-author), Rapanos v. United States and Carabell v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nos. 04-1043, -1384 (U.S. filed Jan. 2006).
Limiting State Experimentation Under the “Dormant” Commerce Clause and The Eleventh Amendment, in Redefining Federalism: Listening to the States in Shaping “Our Federalism” (Envtl. L. Inst. 2004).
Jay E. Austin, John M. Carter II, Bradley D. Klein & Scott E. Schang, Judging NEPA: A “Hard Look” at Judicial Decisionmaking under the National Environmental Policy Act, (Envtl. L. Inst. 2004).
Jay E. Austin & Scott Schang, The Rise (and Fall?) of Fundamentalist Federalism, The Environmental Forum, Sept./Oct. 2004.