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An Inconvenient Truth: The Need to Educate Emotionally Competent Lawyers, Creighton Law Review (2012)

The dominant presumption within legal education, that we can teach students to “think like lawyers”...

 

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The Dilemma of the Vengeful Client: A Prescriptive Framework for Cooling the Flames of Anger, Marquette Law Review (2009)

Lawyers are presented with a challenging dilemma when counseling angry clients who seek to use...

 

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The Law School Student-Faculty Conference: Towards a Transformative Learning Experience, South Texas Law Review (2004)

A fundamental purpose of legal education is to teach students to 'think like lawyers.' One-on-one...

 

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