Publication Submission Form

To add a publication to the Bibliography, please input information in all the relevant boxes on the form below. Include punctuation. To link from the Bibliography to the full text of your publication, you will need to input the URL in the SSRN URL box. In SSRN (or other internet site if your publication is not posted on SSRN), select and copy the URL of your article (in the address bar of your browser) where the abstract appears on SSRN and paste it into the Bibliography SSRN URL box. Select all topical areas where your publication should appear in the Bibliography, in both the Humanizing the Law School Experience topics and the Humanizing the Practice of Law topics. Please carefully review for errors or typos before submitting your publication, as resources for correcting input errors are extremely limited.

Please wait to submit your publication until you have a final version and a complete final citation to input in the Bibliography.

Article Title
Book Title
Author or Editor First name and middle initial         Last name
  
This person is an: Author    Editor
Co-authors/editors
(alphabetical order
by last name)
First name and middle initial         Last name
  
  
  
  
  
Article Citation
(do not use all capital letters)
Book Edition and Year
SSRN URL
 
Check all that apply below. The publication will appear in the Bibliography under all items you select.
Humanizing the Law School Experience Topics
Bias and Inequity in Legal Education
Contemplative Practices
Cross-Cultural Competence
Diversity
Law, Neuroscience, and Psychology
Legal Education Curriculum Reform
Life Balance and Happiness
     Lawyering Skills
     Assessment
     Humanizing Legal Education
Mental Health Issues
     Stress Management
     Substance Abuse
     Depression and Anxiety
Professional Responsibility
     Professional Identity
     Civility and Empathy
     Morality and Ethics
Religion and Spirituality
Teaching Methods
     Learning Theory
     Grading
     Formative Assessment
Well-being
Humanizing the Practice of Law Topics
Alternative Legal Careers
Bias and Inequity in the Legal Profession
Billing Practices
Comprehensive/Integrative Law Movements
Contemplative Practices
Cross-Cultural Competence
Dispute Resolution
Diversity in the Legal Profession
Emotional and Relational Competence
Humanizing the Workplace
Law, Neuroscience, and Psychology
Life Balance and Happiness
Mental Health Issues
     Stress Management
     Substance Abuse
     Depression and Anxiety
Professional Responsibility
     Professional Identity
     Civility
     Morality and Ethics
Public Interest Law
Reforming the Practice of Law
Religion and Spirituality
Therapeutic Jurisprudence