Eli Wald

Can We Talk? Bias, Diversity, and Inclusiveness in the Colorado Legal Community, Part I, Ronald M. Sandgrund, Esq., 45 The Colorado Lawyer 45 (Jan. 2016).

Can We Talk? Bias, Diversity, and Inclusiveness in the Colorado Legal Community, Part II, Ronald M. Sandgrund, Esq., 45 The Colorado Lawyer 49 (Feb. 2016).

Can We Talk? Bias, Diversity, and Inclusiveness in the Colorado Legal Community, Part III, Ronald M. Sandgrund, Esq., 45 The Colorado Lawyer 67 (Mar. 2016).

Lawyers’ Identity Capital, 22 Int'l. J. Legal Prof. 109 (2016).

Being Good Lawyers: A Relational Approach to Law Practice, co-authored with Russell G. Pearce, 29 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 601 (2016).

Implicit Bias: BigLaw’s Diversity Problem, Hannah Garcia, Law Week Colorado, March 23, 2015 (discussing Prof. Wald’s work on identity capital and implicit bias).

Difference Blindness vs. Bias Awareness: Why Law Firms with the Best of Intentions Have Failed to Create Diverse Partnerships, co-authored with Russell G. Pearce, Swethaa Ballakrishnen , 83 Fordham Law Review, 2407 (2015).

Public Lawyers and Marijuana Regulation, co-authored with Sam Kamin, 23(1) The Public Lawyer 14 (2015).

Representing Clients in the Marijuana Industry: Navigating State and Federal Rules, co-authored with Eric B. Liebman, Amanda R. Bertrand (2015).

In-House Risk, Compliance & Ethics, ABA Antitrust Section Newsletter (Summer 2015).

Resizing the Rules of Professional Conduct, 27 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 227 (2014).

The Jewish Law Firm: Past and Present, JEWS IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION, 65-124 (Marc Galanter, et al eds., New Orleans: Quid Pro Press, 2014).

What’s Love Got to do with Lawyers? Thoughts on Relationality, Love, and Lawyers’ Work, co-authored with Russell G. Pearce, 17 Legal Ethics (2014).

The Relational Infrastructure of Law Firm Culture and and Regulation: The Exaggerated Death of Big Law, co-authored with Russell G. Pearce, 42 Hofstra L. Rev. 109 (2013).

Pitfalls for Pot Lawyers, co-authored with Sam Kamin, The National Law Journal (2013).

Marijuana Lawyers: Outlaws or Crusaders?, co-authored with Sam Kamin, 91 Or. L. Rev. 869 (2013).

Lawering for Groups: The Case of American Indian Tribal Attorneys, co-authored with Kristen A. Carpenter, 81 Fordham L. Rev. 3085 (2013).

Disclosure to Clients of the Use of Temporary Lawyers and Outsourcing, 41(4) Col. Law. 35 (2012).

In-House Myths, 2012 Wis. L. Rev. 407.

Beyond Cardboard Lawyers in Legal Ethics, co-authored with Pearce G. Russell, 15 Legal Ethics 147 (reviewing W. BRADLEY WENDEL, LAWYERS AND FIDELITY TO LAW (2010) (2012).

Rethinking Lawyer Regulation: How a Relational Approach Would Improve Professional Rules and Roles, co-authored with Russell G. Pearce, 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 513.

Non-Compete Agreements in Colorado, 40(6) Colorado Lawyer 63 (2011).

The Obligation of Lawyers to Heal Civic Culture: Confronting the Ordeal of Incivility in the Practice of Law, co-authored with Pearce, Russell G., 34 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 1 (2011).

Making Good Lawyers, co-authored with Russell G. Pearce, 9 U. St. Thomas L. J. 403 (2011).

•The Great Recession and the Legal Profession, 78 Fordham L. Rev. 2051 (2010).

Should Judges Regulate Lawyers?, 42 McGeorge L. Rev. 2010 (2010).

Partner Departures and Lateral Moves (Book Review), 39(8) Colo. Law. 127 (2010).

Book Review, 59 J. Legal Educ. 311 (2009) (reviewing Richard L. Abel, Lawyers in the Dock , 2008).

Loyalty In Limbo: The Peculiar Case of Attorneys’ Loyalty to Clients, 40 St. Mary's L. J. 909 (2009) (syposium issue).

How We Got There?, Am. Lawyer (November 1, 2008) (exploring the relationship between investment banks and elite law firms).

U.S. lawyers: Speak out, Nat'l L. J. (April 9, 2007).

Lawyers and Corporate Scandals, 7 Legal Ethics 54 (2004).

An Unlikely Knight in Economic Armor: "Law and Economics" in Defense of Professional Ideals, 31 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1042 (2001).

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