As indicated in the class syllabi, I teach a course in natural law every so often. I have a number of essays on this topic.

1) "Eleven Books and Ten Essays on Natural Law"
(a short bibliography)

2) Schall "Essays on Natural Law"
(a short bibliography)

3) "On Being Dissatisfied with Compromises: Natural Law and Natural Rights"
(Word DOC; 67 KB) From Loyola Law Review (New Orleans), XXXVIII (#2, 1992). 289-309.

4) "King Herod as a Natural Law Thinker"
From Veritas, Journal of Natural Law Studies Center, I (September/October, 1997), 7-8

5) "The Intellectual Context of Natural Law"
(Word DOC; 81 KB) From The American Journal of Jurisprudence, 38 (1993), 85-108.

6) "Sundry Reflections on the 'Natural Law Bibliography'"
(Word DOC; 175 KB) From The American Journal of Jurisprudence, 40 (1995), 157-98. An introductory essay followed by a lengthy bibliography of natural law essays written mostly in English during the past fifty or so years. It is not complete but it contains most of the major entries.