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Epistemology and Ethics in Relationship-Centered Legal Education and Practice (with Robert Madden III), New York Law School Law Review (2011)

Epistemology involves views about knowledge and how it is developed. It is the study of...

 

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Meeting the Professional Identity Challenge in Legal Education Through a Relationship-Centered Experiential Curriculum, University of Baltimore Law Review (2011)

Legal education is facing a series of crises, the worst of which may well be...

 

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Trying Differently: Rethinking Juvenile Justice Using a Neuro-Behavioral Model (with Diane Malbin and David Boulding), ABA Criminal Justice Section: Juvenile Justice Committee Newsletter (2010)
 

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Trying Differently: A Relationship-Centered Approach to Representing Clients With Cognitive Challenges (with David M. Boulding), International Journal of Law and Psychiatry (2010)

This article demonstrates the usefulness of an innovative framework called "Relationship-Centered Lawyering" to enhancing real...

 

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Relationship-Centered Lawyering: Social Science Theory for Transforming Legal Practice (with Robert Madden III), University of Puerto Rico Law Review (2009)

This article explores a new approach to legal practice grounded in human development and social...

 

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Conversations on "Community Lawyering": The Newest (Oldest) Wave in Clinical Legal Education (with Karen Tokarz, Nancy L. Cook, and Brenda Bratton Blom), Washington University Journal of Law and Policy (2008)
 

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The Notion of Interdependence and its Implications for Child and Family Policy (with Ya'ir Ronen), Journal of Feminist Family Therapy (2006)

The authors claim that the recognition of interdependence as a guiding principle of child and...

 

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Representing Children in Families, Nevada Law Journal (2006)
 

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Already Home: Why Tennessee Needs Subsidized Guardianship (with Andrew J. Shookhoff and Candice M. Richards), Tennessee Bar Journal (2005)
 

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Social Justice and Family Court Reform (with Dorothy E. Roberts), Family Court Review (2004)

Creating a unified family court, or any type of family court reform, may have only...

 

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Filling in the ‘Larger Puzzle’: Clinical Scholarship in the Wake of THE LAWYERING PROCESS (with Frank S. Bloch, Alex J. Hurder, and Susan L. Kay), Clinical Law Review (2003)
 

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Protecting Our Most Vulnerable Citizens (with Andy Shookhoff), Tennessee Bar Journal (2002)
 

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The Case for Adoption Alternatives, Family and Conciliation Courts Review (2001)
 

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A Tale of Two Grandmothers: Preventive Kinship Care in Tennessee (with Elizabeth S. Black), The Public Policy and Aging Report (2000)