Philip Bereano, JD, is Professor of Technology and Public Policy at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. "He is on the roster of experts for the Cartagena Protocol, co-founder of the Council for Responsible Genetics, and currently represents the Washington Biotechnology Action Council and the 49th Parallel Biotechnology Consortium at international meetings." 
- "Don't Take Liberties with Our Genes." A version of this essay originally ran in the Seattle Times, July 17, 1997; it has been reworked and republished several times since then.
- With Richard Sclove, "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Genetic Testing," Washington Post (loka.org), March 22, 1998.
- "The politics of DNA's meaning," Tikkun, September-October 1999 (14(5):23-4, 26). PubMed Abstract.
- "Don’t Take Liberties with Our Genes," Washington Public Health, Vol. 17 Fall 2000, pp. 19–21.
- With Elliott Peacock, "Harmony or havoc: can the WTO, Biosafety Protocol and Codex Alimentarius work together?" SciDev.net (Science and Development Network), January 2005.