Last year LP faculty published:
- One textbook;
- Three book chapters or supplements; and
- Eleven law review articles.
- Association of Legal Writing Directors Biennial Conference;
- Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Conference;
- Fourth Applied Legal Storytelling Conference;
- Implications of Tiger Parenting for Legal Education Conference;
- Law & Society Association Annual Meeting;
- Legal Writing Institute Conference;
- New York Law School Clinical Workshop Series;
- Rocky Mountain Regional Legal Writing Conference;
- Seventh Annual Colloquium on Current Scholarship in Labor & Employment Law;
- Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference; and
- University of Wyoming Consumer Issues Conference.
LP faculty also made 23 presentations at 16 regional, national, and international conferences, including:
Lawyering Process Faculty Scholarship
Thomson, D. Skills & Values: Lawyering Process – Legal Writing and Advocacy (LexisNexis/Matthew Bender 2013).
Book Supplements and Chapters
Anderson, R. Anderson on Colorado Civil Litigation Forms, First Ed. (CLE in Colo., Inc., Supp. 2013).
Ruan, N. Associate Editor, 2012, Cumulative Supplement to Fair Labor Standards Act, 2d Ed. (BNA Books).
Campbell, J. Workplace Privacy in Social Media in Emerging Technologies in the Employment Context, in 2013 EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE 8.01 (Henry H. Perritt Jr. ed., 2013) (with Timothy Grochocinsky).
Law Review Articles
Killing Them Softly: Neuroscience Reveals How Brain Cells Die From Law School Stress and How Neural Self-Hacking Can Optimize Cognitive Performance, 59 LOY. L. REV. (forthcoming Winter 2014).
Tsunami Warning: The Necessities and Advantages of Adding Licensed Mental Health Counselors as Medicare Mental Health Care Providers, 90 Denv. U. L. Rev. Online 48 (2013), available at http://www.denverlawreview.org/online-articles/2013/4/14/tsunami-warning-the-necessities-and-advantages-of-adding-lic.html.
Terrorism du Jour: How the Trayvon Martin Case Exposes an Endemic Regime of Fear That Keeps Black Males and Females of All Colors in a State of Subjugation, 21 UCLA Women’s L.J. 1 (Spring 2014).
In the Language of Pictures: How the Copyright Law Fails to Adequately Account for Photography, 115 W. Va. L. Rev. 93 (Fall 2012).
Pornophobia, Pornophilia, and the Need for a Middle Path, 5 Am. U. J. Gender & L. 393 (Spring 1997).
Doing the Nasty: An Argument for Bringing Same-Sex Erotic Conduct Back Into the Courtroom, 81 Cornell L. Rev. 1135 (July 1996).
Neither Liberty Nor Justice: Anti-Gay Initiatives, Political Participation, and the Rule of Law, 5 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Policy 431 (Spring 1996).
The Empathy Principle, 6 Tul. J.L. & Sexuality 109 (1996).
Can We Trust Trustees?: Proposals for Reducing Wrongful Foreclosures, 63 CATH. U. L. REV.___ (forthcoming 2014).
Mis-Concepcion: Why Cognitive Science Proves the Emperors Have No Robes, 79 BROOK. L. REV.___ (forthcoming 2013).
Unprotected Class: Five Decisions, Five Justices, and Wholesale Changes to Class Action Law, 13 WYO. L. REV. ___ (forthcoming 2013) (requested).
Student, Esquire?: The Practice of Law in the Collaborative Classroom, CLINICAL LAW REV. (forthcoming 2014).
Scheduling Shortfalls: Hours Parity as the New Pay Equity (co-authored with Professor Nancy Reichman), 59 VILLANOVA LAW REV. (forthcoming 2014).
Same Law, Different Day: The Last Thirty Years of Wage Litigation and its Impact on Low-Wage Workers, 31 HOFSTRA LABOR & EMP. L. J. (forthcoming 2013).
“Sexting” and Surveillance: How Smartphones Change Workplace Harassment, 90 Denv. U. L. Rev. Online 7 (2013), available at http://www.denverlawreview.org/onlinearticles/2013/2/24/sexting-and-surveillance-how-smartphones-change-workplace-ha.html.
What’s Left to Remedy Wage Theft? How Arbitration Mandates that Bar Class Actions Impact Low-Wage Workers, 2013 MICH. STATE L. REV. 1103 (2013).
Using Student Evaluation Data to Examine and Improve Your Program, 21 PERSPECTIVES: TEACHING LEGAL RES. AND WRITING 115 (Spring 2013).
Implications of Tiger Parenting for Legal Education Conference, Neural self-hacking: The neuroscience of cognition and brain health, University of Colorado (June 2013).
Legal Writing Institute Conference, Neurobiology, The Hidden Curriculum in Legal Education, and Implications for Enhancing Practical Skill & Professional Identity Development Pedagogy, Palm Desert (May 2012).
Rocky Mountain Regional Legal Writing Conference, Stress and Cognition: The Neuroscience Behind Stress, Memory & Thinking, University of Colorado (March 2013).
A Tragedy in Three Acts: How Screenwriters Tell Compelling Stories, Fifth Biennial Conference on Applied Legal Storytelling, University of Seattle (July 2015).
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis Bench and Bar, Creative Appellate Practice (May 30, 2013).
University of Albany Law School Sharing Scholarship, Building Teachers Roundtable, Putting the Trust in Trustees (Feb. 1, 2013).
University of Wyoming Consumer Issues Conference, Private/Public Cooperation to Enforce Consumer Laws (Oct. 4, 2012).
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis Full-Day CLE, Class Action Symposium (Sept. 21, 2012).
Fair Foreclosure Act 3.0, Possible Solutions to the Trustee Dilemma in Washington State (July 2012).
Rocky Mountain Regional Legal Writing Conference, Are You a Good Witch or a Bad Witch?, University of Colorado (March 2013).
Fourth Applied Legal Storytelling Conference, Client Storytelling in Mediation, City University, London (July 24, 2013).
Law & Society Association Annual Meeting, Rethinking Pay Equity, Boston (May 30, 2013).
New York Law School Clinical Workshop Series, Student, Esquire?: The Practice of Law in the Collaborative Classroom, New York Law School (April 5, 2013).
Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference, First Year “Malpractice”: Unauthorized Practice of Law in the First Year Hybrid Classroom, University of Colorado Law School (March 22, 2013).
Seventh Annual Colloquium on Current Scholarship in Labor & Employment Law, Rethinking Pay Equity: How Discrimination in Work Scheduling Impacts Low-Wage Workers, Northwestern Law School (Sept. 15, 2012).
SEALS Annual Conference, Measuring Student Performance, Assessment Validity, and Teaching Effectiveness (Aug. 6, 2013) (with Joan Heminway, Andi Curcio, Bob Seibel, Barbara Glesner-Fines, Michael Hunter Schwartz, Olympia Duhart, Susan Brooks, and Steven Friedland.)
SEALS Annual Conference, Using Simulation-based Courses to Teach Law Students (Aug. 4, 2013) (with Todd Peppers, Eleanor Lanier, Sue Payne, Tahirih Lee, and Tamar Birkhead).
Fourth Applied Legal Storytelling Conference, At the Junction of Storytelling and Professional Identity, London (July 23, 2013) (with Cliff Zimmerman).
Association of Legal Writing Directors Biennial Conference, Two Approaches to Teaching the Formation of Professional Identity in Contemporary Law Students, Milwaukee (June 27, 2013) (with Ian Gallacher).
Rocky Mountain Regional Legal Writing Conference, Escaping Flatland: A Thought Experiment, University of Colorado (March 23, 2013).
Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Conference, Formation of Professional Identity: Towards an Intentional Pedagogy, Denver, CO (Sept. 28, 2012) (with Bill Sullivan).
Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Conference, Teaching Whole-Course Simulations, Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Conference, Denver, CO (Sept. 28, 2012) (with Roberto Corrada).
eDiscovery Boot Camp for State Court Judges, Cooperation in eDiscovery and Litigation, sponsored by the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, Denver, CO, (June 23, 2012) (panel discussion with William Butterfield, Judge Morris Hoffman, Emily Pastorius, and Judge Craig Shaffer).