- Recollections of Professor Bishop as a Teacher of Teachers of Transnational Law
- William W. Bishop, Jr.: Vita and Bibliography
- The United Nations and the Enforcement of Peace
- Law and Alternative Security
- William W. Bishop, Jr.: A Great Life in the Law
- William W. Bishop, Jr.: A Law Teacher Whose Inward Happiness was Reflected in his Relations with Students and Colleagues
- True Michiganian
- Memorial to William W. Bishop, Jr.
- In Memoriam
- William Warner Bishop, Jr.:Remembering a Gentle Giant
- A Tribute from a Political Scientist
- William W. Bishop, Jr.:MY SAYA
- A Tribute from a Private Practitioner
- What Does it Mean to be an Internationalist?
- Cultural Neutrality: A Prerequisite to Arbitral Justice
- Justice in the International System
- Third State Remedies in International Law
- National Treatment Obligations and Non-Tariff Barriers
- The Implementation of the Final Act of Helsinki: The Creation of New Structures or the Involvement of Existing Ones?
- Does International Human Rights Law Have Something to Teach Monetary Law?
- Publish and Perish: Congress's Effort to Snip Snepp (Before and AFSA)
- Reflections on State Responsibility for Violations of Explicit Protectorate, Mandate, and Trusteeship Obligations
- Models for a Gorbachev Constitution of the U.S.S.R.
- Jurisdiction over Foregin Flag Vessels and the U.S. Courts: Adrift Without a Compass?
- Some Issues of Immigration Law in a Developing State
- Some Recent Cases Delaying the Direct Effect of International Treaties in Dutch Law
- From Cutlass to Cat-O'-Nine Tails: The Case for International Jurisdiction of Mutiny on the High Seas
- Transborder Data Flows: Do We Mean Freedom or Business?
- Proposals to Establish a Nordic Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone
- Treaties in a Constitutional Democracy
- Joint Ventures and the Law of International Claims
- Stratospheric Ozone Depletion: A Challenge for International Environmental Law and Policy
- The High Seas and the International Seabed Area
- "Federal" Aspects of the European Convention on Human Rights
- On Human Rights: The Use of Human Right Precepts in U.S. History and the Right to an Effective Remedy in Domestic Courts
- Reservations to Treaties
- The Authoritative Sources of Customary International Law in the United States
- Canada's Sovereignty Over the Northwest Passage
- Changes in the Publication of I.C.J. Reports: Effects of These Suggestions on Teaching International Law
- New Sea Boundaries in a Swedish Perspective
- Political Questions in International Trade: Judicial Review of Section 301?
- The Anti-Dumping Systems of Australia, Canada, the EEC and the United States of America: Have Anti-Dumping Laws Become a Problem in International Trade?
- The Specificity Test Under U.S. Countervailing Duty Law
- Interpreting the Withdrawal Clause in Arms Control Treaties
- The EC Hormone Ban Dispute and the Application of the Dispute Settlement Provisions of the Standards Code
- Isolationism or Deference? The Alien Tort Claims Act and the Separation of Powers
- International Commercial Arbitration in the United States: Considering Whether to Adopt UNCITRAL's Model Law
- Comparison: Japanese and American Plant Closing Laws
- United States v. Palestine Liberation Organization: Continued Confusion in Congressional Intent and the Hierarchy of Norms