AALS Balance in Legal Education Bibliography

Humanizing the Practice of Law

Reforming the Practice of Law

  • Marjorie A. Silver , eds., Transforming Justice, Lawyers, and the Practice of Law (2017)
  • Robert F. Cochran, Jr., John M. A. DiPippa, Martha M. Peters, The Counselor-at-Law: A Collaborative Approach to Client Interviewing and Counseling (2d ed. 2006)
  • Jonathan R. Cohen, Advising Clients to Apologize, 72 So. Cal. L. Rev. 1009 (1999) [SSRN]
  • Jonathan R. Cohen, Apology and Organizations: Exploring an Example from Medical Practice, 27 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1447 (2000) [SSRN]
  • Roger C. Cramton, Beyond the Ordinary Religion, 37 J. Legal Educ. 509 (1987)
  • Susan Daicoff, Asking Leopards to Change Their Spots: Should Lawyers Change? A Critique of Solutions to Problems with Professionalism by Reference to Empirically-Derived Attorney Personality Attributes, 11 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 547 (1998) [SSRN]
  • Peter H Huang, Happiness in Business or Law, 12(2) Transactions: Tennessee Journal of Business Law 153-72 (2011) [SSRN]
  • Peter H Huang, How Improving Decision-Making and Mindfulness Can Improve Legal Ethics and Professionalism, 21 Journal of Law, Business and Ethics 35-76 (2015) [SSRN]
  • Deborah L. Rhode, In the Interests of Justice: Reforming the Legal Profession (2000)
  • Marjorie A. Silver, Humanism Goes to Law School (Symposium Introduction), 28 Touro L. Rev. 1141 (2012) [SSRN]