Roberta M. Berry, The Ethics of Genetic Engineering, New York: Routledge (2007. Forthcoming in paperback, fall 2010).
Roberta M. Berry, The Posthumanist Challenge to a Partly Naturalized Virtue Ethics, in The Normativity of the Natural: Human Goods, Human Virtues, and Human Flourishing. Mark J. Cherry ed., pp. 153-172. New York: Springer (2009).
Roberta M. Berry, Health Care and the Human Genome: Regulatory Challenge and Response, in Law and Bioethics. Ana S. Iltis, Sandra H. Johnson, and Barbara A. Hinze eds. New York: Routledge (2007).
Roberta M. Berry, Can Bioethics Speak to Politics about the Prospect of Inheritable Genetic Modification? If So, What Might it Say? in The Ethics of Inheritable Genetic Modification. John E.J. Rasko, Gabrielle O'Sullivan, and Rachel A. Ankeny eds., pp. 243-277. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2006).
John H. Robinson & Roberta M. Berry, Unraveling the Codes: The Dialectic Between Knowledge of the Moral Person and Knowledge of the Genetic Person in Criminal Law, In Mutating Concepts, Evolving Disciplines: Genetics, Medicine, and Society. Lisa S. Parker, and Rachel A. Anken eds., pp. 287-317. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Philosophy and Medicine Series (2002).
Roberta M. Berry, A Health Law Reader: An Interdisciplinary Approach, John H. Robinson, Roberta M. Berry, and Kevin McDonnell, eds. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press (1999).
Roberta M. Berry, Genetic Enhancement in the Twenty-First Century: Three Problems in Legal Imagining, 34 Wake Forest Law Review 715 (1999).
Roberta M. Berry, The Genetic Revolution and the Physician's Duty of Confidentiality: The Role of the Old Hippocratic Virtues in the Regulation of the New Genetic Intimacy, 18 Journal of Legal Medicine 401 (1997).
Roberta M. Berry, The Human Genome Project and the End of Insurance, 7 University of Florida Journal of Law & Public Policy 205 (1996). Republished in print in 8 National Insurance Law Review 641 (1997).