Martin Siegel's writing has appeared in a variety of national and professional publications:
New York Times
The Left Shouldn’t Freak Out About Trump’s Judges (Yet), Nov. 21, 2019
Los Angeles Times
Bryant Case Tosses a Lifeline to the Laws Against Adultery, Aug. 13, 2004
Police Should Bear More of Burden in Civil Cases, Apr. 15, 2015
The Myth of Dem, GOP Justice, Sep. 10, 2006
We Don’t Have Kings in Texas, May 29, 2005
Why Texas Republicans Should Love the Trial Lawyers, Apr. 20, 2003
Litigation, a quarterly, is the flagship publication of the American Bar Association's Section on Litigation.
Siegel has been on the editorial board since 2007, served as editor-in-chief in 2014-16, and is now a senior editor. His collected Litigation articles may be found here.
Law Review Articles
"Congressional Power Over Presidential Elections: The Constitutionality of the Help America Vote Act Under Article II, Section 1, 28." Vermont Law Review 373 (Winter 2004).
"For Better or for Worse: Adultery, Crime and the Constitution," 30 Journal of Family Law 45 (1991-92)
From 2009 to 2014, Siegel wrote a regular column for Texas Lawyer on appellate practice.
These articles are collected here.
Does 4th Amendment Protect Non-citizens?, San Francisco Daily Journal, Nov. 10, 2016