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A Third Rapist? Television Portrayals of Rape Evidence Rules, in Law and Justice on the Small Screen (edited by P. Robson and J. Silbey, Hart Publishing, 2012).
Hello Mr Chips, 2011(86) Amicus Curiae
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Rumpole and the Bowl of Comfort Food, in Lawyers in Your Living Room! Law on Television (edited by Michael Asimow, ABA Press, 2009).
I Am Going With a Man by the Name of Hillmon (with Marianne Wesson), in Trial Stories (edited by Michael Tigar and Angela Jordan Davis, Thomson-West, 2008).
Emergency! Send a TV Show to Rescue Paramedic Services, 36 University of Baltimore Law Review 347-69 (2007). Earlier draft appeared in 7 Current Legal Issues (Law and Popular Culture) 130-147 (2005). (The article was named "one of the best articles in the fields of entertainment, publishing, and the arts of 2007" and has been separately published in the Entertainment, Publishing and the Arts Handbook 2008-2009).
A Depositions Course: Tackling the Challenge of Teaching for Professional Skills Transfer (with David A. Binder and Albert J. Moore), 13 Clinical Law Review 871-98 (2007).
Book Review, "Law and Justice as Seen on TV", 55 Journal of Legal Education 268-70 (2005).
The Movie Lawyers' Guide to Redemptive Law Practice, in The Movie Lawyers' Guide to Redemptive Law Practice (edited by Susan D. Carle, NYU Press, 2005). first appeared in 48 UCLA Law Review 1393 (2001).
Reflections on U.S. Clinical Education, 10 International Journal of the Legal Profession 109 (2003).
Taking Lawyering Skills Training Seriously (with David A. Binder), 10 Clinical Law Review
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Teaching Evidence the “Reel Way”, 21 Quinnipiac Law Review 973-92 (2003).
A Lawyering Skills Approach to Clinical Education, 36 Comparative Law Review 247 (2002). (In Japanese).
Communicating Implausibilities During Cross Examination (with Albert J. Moore), 3 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 171-88 (2000).
A Bunch of Circumstantial Evidence, 30 University of San Francisco Law Review 985-90 (1996).
Pranks for the Memory, 30 University of San Francisco Law Review 1235-47 (1996).
Reel Practice: Tinseltown's Best and Worst Trial Scenes (with Michael R. Asimow), 16 California Lawyer 38-41 (1996).
Is That a Fact? Argument in Problem-Solving Negotiations, 1 International Journal of the Legal Profession 81-95 (1994).
2010: A Clinical Odyssey, 1992 Brigham Young University Law Review 349-61 (1992).
Admonishing Jurors to Disregard What They Haven't Heard, 25 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 689-98 (1992).
Mistrial by Likelihood Ratio: Bayesian Analysis Meets the F-Word (with Albert J. Moore), 13 Cardozo Law Review 589-619 (1991).
Of Bentham, Wigmore and Little Bo Peep: Where Evidence Lost Its Way, and a Map for Scholars to Find It, 66 Notre Dame Law Review 949-964 (1991).
Lawyers as Counselors: A Client Centered Approach (with David A. Binder and Susan Price), 35 New York Law School Law Review 29-86 (1990).
Richard S. Jacobson Award Speech, 22 Beverly Hills Bar Association Journal 308 (1988).
Ambiguity: The Hidden Hearsay Danger Almost Nobody Talks About, 75 Kentucky Law Journal 841-83 (1987).
Learning from Experience: Nonlegally-Specific Role Plays (with Avrom Sherr and Roger Burridge), 37 Journal of Legal Education 535-53 (1987).
The War Between the States (of Mind): Oral Versus Textual Reasoning, 40 Arkansas Law Review 505-44 (1987). Also appeared in 37 Law Review Digest 32-33 (1988) and in 11 UCLA Law School Magazine 5-9 (1987).
Games Law Teachers Play (with Avrom Sherr and Roger Burridge), 20 The Law Teacher 21-35 (1986).
Class Action Lawyers: Fools for Clients?, 4 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 243-75 (1980).
The Consumer Protection Clinical Course at UCLA School of Law, 29 Journal of Legal Education 352-69 (1978).
A Practical Approach to Cross Examination: Safety First, 25 UCLA Law Review 547-76 (1978).
Teaching the Essence of the American System of Law and Justice, 16 Social Studies Review 51-7 (1977).