Publications and Research

 
The Publications and Research series consists of scholarly works authored by CUNY School of Law faculty.

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Works from 1992

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Teaching Evidence: Storytelling in the Classroom, Beryl Blaustone

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Training the Modern Lawyer: Incorporating the Study of Mediation into Required Law School Courses, Beryl Blaustone

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Case Study: A Battered Women's Rights Clinic, Designing A Clinical Program Which Encourages A Problem Solving Vision Of Lawyering, Susan Bryant and Maria Arias

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Teaching Miranda, Sidney Harring

Works from 1991

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Death, Drugs and Development: Malaysia's Mandatory Death Penalty for Traffickers and the International War on Drugs, Sidney Harring

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Gender & Other Disadvantages, Ruthann Robson

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Remembering David Kadane: Teacher, Mentor, Colleague and Friend, Joe Rosenberg

Works from 1990

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To Be of Service: The Lawyer's Aware Use of the Human Skills Associated with the Perceptive Self, Beryl Blaustone

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Affirmative Action: Unresolved Questions Amidst a Changing Judiciary, Frank Deale

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Martin v. Wilks, Frank Deale

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Lesbianism in Anglo-American Legal History, Ruthann Robson

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Lesbian Jurisprudence?, Ruthann Robson

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Lov(h)ers: Lesbians as Intimate Partners, Ruthann Robson and Sarah E. Valentine

Works from 1989

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Crow Dog's Case: A Chapter in the Legal History of Tribal Sovereignty, Sidney Harring

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The Incorporation of Alaska Natives Under American Law: The United States and Tlingit Sovereignty, 1867-1900, Sidney Harring

Works from 1986

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The Pedagogy of Community: Trust and Responsibility at CUNY Law School, John Farago

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Car Wars: Strikes, Arbitration, and Class Struggle in the Making of Labor Law, Sidney Harring

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Economies of Mind: A Collaborative Reflection, Dinesh Khosla and Patricia Williams