Ms. Martin has authored the following publications, including law review articles, EEOC Policy Directives and Book Chapters.
"911: How Will Police and Fire Departments Respond to Public Safety Needs and the Americans with Disabilities Act?" 2 N.Y.U. J. Leg. & Pol’y 37 (1998-1999) (dedicated to the memory of Ms. Martin's father, Alfonzo Q. Martin, a New York City police officer and firefighter)
"Symposium on the Americans with Disabilities Act: Introductory Comments," 8 Cleveland-Marshall Journal of Law and Health, Issues 1-2 (1993-1994) (published May 1995)
Sections 13.3(1), "Testers as 'Persons Aggrieved'," 15.4(6) "Tester Discovery & Evidence," and 19.8 "The Availability of Damages for 'Testers,'" Employment Discrimination Law and Litigation, by in Merrick Rossein, Clark-Board Company, LTD (New York) (1992 Ed.), (as supplemented in 1994).
"Whether 'Testers' Have Standing to File Charges of Employment Discrimination Against Employers, Employment Agencies and/or Labor Organizations Which Have Discriminated Against Them Because of Their Race, Color, Religion, Sex or National Origin," EEOC Policy Guidance No. 915-062, November 20, 1990, CCH EEOC Compliance Manual 2168. See http://www.eeoc.gov/policy/docs/testers.html
"Title VII Covers Military Contractor's Employment of Americans Overseas," EEOC Decision 90-1, CCH EPG 6875.
"The Consideration of Arrest Records in Employment Decisions under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, § 2000e et seq. (1982)," EEOC Policy Guidance No. 915-061, September 7, 1990, CCH EEOC Compliance Manual 2094.
“Stalker in the Workplace: ‘Personal Problem’ or Hostile Work Environment?” (in progress)
“Lights, Camera, Discrimination! ‘Playing’ the Victim Under Title VII” (in progress)