- Sutton, Law
and Bioterrorism, Carolina Academic Press (2003) includes cases, statutes, and materials which address the legal issues that arise in the context of bioterrorism, national security, and public safety.
- Sutton, Law and Biotechnology (Carolina Academic Press, 2007) an interdisciplinary book includes biotechnology issues in biologically engineered plants and foods, genetically engineered organisms, cloning, DNA, the Human Genome Project, patenting, property law, criminal law, evidence, and international aspects of law and biotechnology.
- Sutton and Bromley, Understanding Technologies of Terror,
Technology in Society, Volume 27, Issue 3, 1 August 2005, Pages 263-285
Sutton, V.; Bromley, D.A. (2005). Overview and examination of the range of technologies which could be used in terrorist activities.
- Environmental Law and Public Health Law - In a Time of Plague, 30 American Journal of Law and Medicine 217-236 (2004). This article examines the application of environmental law to the problems of bioterrorism preparation, surveillance and response, and the evolving mission of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
- Biodefense - Who's In Charge?, 13 Health Matrix 117-158 (2003). Invited article. An analysis of the organization of the federal government surrounding the September 11th attacks in the context of bioterrorism, and the relationship of the federal government with the state governments.
- Sutton and Bromley, "The Terrorist's Arsenal - Understanding the Weapons of Mass Destruction," 3 The Politic: Yale College's Journal of Politics 48-51 (Winter 2002).
- "Bioterrorism - A Change in Our Way of Life, A Change in Our Legal Framework," Op-ed, The Texas Lawyer, November 5, 2001.
- "It will be too late for Congress to act after bioterrorism attack is launched," Op- ed, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Sept. 22, 2001.
- Bioterrorism Preparation and Response Legislation - the Struggle to Protect States' Sovereignty While Preserving National Security Federalism, Georgetown Pub. Pol. Rev. 6:2 (Spring 2001).
Lead article in a volume featuring bioterrorism. Analysis of the issues of federalism challenging the federal and state governments in the emerging threat of bioterrorism attacks in a domestic context and how best to legislate and regulate within a U.S. constitutional framework. Intent of the framers is examined in an analysis of this topic.
- A Precarious Legal 'Hot Zone' --- The President's Plan to Combat Bioterrorism 164 Mil. L. Rev.135-154 (Spring 2000). Assessment of the dangerously inadequate status of preparedness, research and response to bioterrorism in the Clinton Administration, in terms of executive branch responsibilities.
- Pale Horse 2002, AMEDDEX Training Exercise,
Leader for Legal Issues, Presenter, First Military and Civilian Bioterrorism
Exercise of national interest to include legal issues in a formal role in the exercise, San Antonio, TX,
August 26-30, 2002.
- Sutton, The Academy in a War Mode, selected paper for presentation at the the National Assembly of the American
Association of University Administrators, Boston, MA, June 22, 2002.
- Sutton, Privacy Issues and Legal Surveillance,
invited speaker, DARPA and The Potomac Institute, Arlington, VA, June 4, 2002.
- Sutton, Bioterrorism: Implications for our
Legal and Domestic Communities Panel, Invited Speaker, Thomas Jefferson
School of Law, San Diego, CA , April 2, 2002
- Sutton, Legal Impediments to Surveillance for
Biological Threats and Countering Terrorism, Selected paper presentation, BTR
2002 Proceedings, Unifed Science & Technology for Reducing Biological
Threats & Countering Terrorism, sponsored by Sandia National Laboratories,
The University of New Mexico and The University of Texas at Austin, Albuquerque,
NM, March 15, 2002.
- Sutton, TTU Provost's Lecture,
International Week, "A Threat That Knows No Borders -
Bioterrorism and Law - An International Examination," March 4, 2002.