Fellows have also helped research many of the handbooks in the ACLU rights series, and former Fellows and Directors are themselves authors or co-authors of many of the handbooks:

The Rights of the Poor
— Sylvia Law (1973 and 1980); Helen Hershkoff and Stephen Loffredo (1997 and 2018, forthcoming)

The Rights of Prisoners (1973, 1983, and 1988)
— David Rudovsky

The Rights of Women (1973, 1983, and 1993)
— Susan Ross

The Rights of Military Personnel (1977)
— Bart Stichman

The Rights of Young People (1977 and 1985)
— Martin Guggenheim and Alan Sussman

The Rights of Employees and Union Members (1979, 1983, and 1993)
— Wayne Outten and Robert Rabin

The Rights of Ex-Offenders (1979)
— David Rudenstine

The Rights of Lawyers and Clients (1979)
— Stephen Gillers 

The Rights of Parents (1980)
— Martin Guggenheim and Alan Sussman

Your Right to Privacy (1980 and 1990)
— Jack Novik

The Rights of Lesbians and Gay Men (1983 and 1992)
— Tom Stoddard and Lee Michaelson

The Rights of Crime Victims (1985)
— Howard Goldstein and James Stark

The Rights of Single People (1985)
— Mitch Bernard, Ellen Levine, Stefan Presser and Marianne Stecich

The Rights of Families (1997)
— Martin Guggenheim and Diane Curtis