Books

Brian R. Farrell, Habeas Corpus in International Law. New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press, 2017, xxii, 257 pages.

Book Chapters

Brian R. Farrell, "Habeas Corpus," in Elgar Encyclopedia of Human Rights, edited by Christina Binder, Manfred Nowak, Jane A. Hofbauer, & Philipp Janig. Cheltenham, United Kingdom; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021, 4 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Reforming the Traditional Curriculum at the University of Iowa College of Law," in Reforming Legal Education: Law Schools at the Crossroads, edited by David Moss & Debra Moss Curtis. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Pub. 2012, at 29, 14 pages.

Articles

Brian R. Farrell, "One Crisis or Two Problems? Disentangling Rural Access to Justice and the Rural Attorney Shortage," with Daria Fisher Page, 98 Washington Law Review 849 (2023), 50 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Voluntary Adoption of Evidence-Based Practices by Local Law Enforcement: Eyewitness Identification Procedures in Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska," with Neal S. McNabb and Carlee R. Brown, 20 Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 509 (2017), 33 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "The Security Council and Kashmir," 22 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 343 (2013), 26 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Watching the Detectives: Electronic Recording of Custodial Interrogations in Iowa," with Sara K. Farrell, 99 Iowa Law Review Bulletin 1 (2013), 16 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Access to Habeas Corpus: A Human Rights Analysis of U.S. Practices in the War on Terrorism," 20 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 3 (2011), 29 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Habeas Corpus in Times of Emergency: A Historical and Comparative View," 1 Pace International Law Review Online Companion 74 (2010), 22 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "The Right to Habeas Corpus in the Inter-American Human Rights System," 33 Suffolk Transnational Law Review 197 (2010), 28 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Can't Get You Out of My Head: The Human Rights Implications of Using Brain Scans as Criminal Evidence," 4 Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law 89 (2009-2010), 7 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Habeas Corpus and the Drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights," 11 Journal of the History of International Law 81 (2009), 21 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Application of International Humanitarian Law By United States Courts," 28 Penn State International Law Review 177 (2009), 21 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Does the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Implicitly Guarantee a Right to Habeas Corpus?," 16 Human Rights Brief, Fall 2008, at 2, 4 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "From Westminster to the World: The Right to Habeas Corpus in International Constitutional Law," 17 Michigan State University College of Law Journal of International Law 551 (2008-2009), 15 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Israeli Demolition of Palestinian Houses as a Punitive Measure: Application of International Law to Regulation 119," 28 Brooklyn Journal of International Law 871 (2003), 66 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "The Right to a Speedy Trial Before International Criminal Tribunals," 19 South African Journal on Human Rights 98 (2003), 21 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "The Role of International Law in the Kashmir Conflict," 21 Penn State International Law Review 293 (2002), 26 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "South Africa and Affirmative Action: The Legality of the Employment Equity Act Under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights," 5 Trinity College Law Review 202 (2002), 22 pages.

Brian R. Farrell, "Fill 'Er Up with Corn: The Future of Ethanol Legislation in America," 23 Journal of Corporation Law 373 (1998), 22 pages.