Advocacy & Dispute Resolution Faculty Scholarship
The Center for Advocacy & Dispute Resolution Faculty have had scholarship work published in Law publications around the country as well as around the globe.
Alternative Dispute Resolution and Negotiation
Michael T. Colatrella, A Lawyer for All Seasons: The Lawyer as Conflict Manager, 49 San Diego L. Rev. 93 (2012).
Michael T. Colatrella, Jr., Mediation - SKILLS & TECHNIQUES (LexisNexis 2008) (with L. Boulle and A. Picchioni).
Omar Dajani, Shadow or Shade: The Roles of Law in Palestinian-Israeli Peace Talks, 32 YALE J. INT'L L. 61 (2007), reprinted in VICTOR KATTAN, ED., THE PALESTINE QUESTION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW (London: British Society of International and Comparative Law, 2008).
Omar M. Dajani, Preparing for the Inevitable Negotiation, 35 J. PALESTINE STUD. 39 (Spring 2006).
Omar M. Dajani, Surviving Opportunities: Palestinian Negotiating Behavior in Peace Talks with Israel, in ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN NEGOTIATING STYLES: A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY (Washington: U.S. Institute of Peace Press, 2005).
Ruth Jones, The Extrajudicial Resolution of Sexual Abuse Cases: Can the Church Be a Resource for Survivors? , 38 SUFFOLK U. L. REV. 351 (2005).
Stephen C. McCaffrey, Symposium, Beyond International Water Law: Successfully Negotiating Mutual Gains Agreements for International Watercourses, 22 PAC. MCGEORGE GLOBAL BUS. & DEV. L. J. 139 (2009) (with Alex Grzybowski & Richard K. Paisley).
Gregory S. Weber, Who Killed the Friendly Settlement? 7 PEPP. DISP. RESOL. J. 215 (2007).
Gregory S. Weber, Threading the Needle: A Moderator's Guide to Freedom of Speech Limitations on the Facilitation of Government-Sponsored Web-Based Threaded Discussions, 9 COMP. L. REV. & TECH. J. 323 (2004).
Jarrod Wong, General Valuation Principles: The Case of Santa Elena in International Investment Law and Arbitration: Leading Cases from the ICSID, NAFTA, Bilateral Treaties and Customary International Law (T. Weiler, ed., 2005) (with C. Brower).
Anne Bloom, Blindsight: How We See Disabilities in Tort Litigation, 86 WASH.L.REV. (2011)
Anne Bloom, Zen and the Art of Tort Litigation, LOY. L. A. L. REV (2010).
Anne Bloom, To Be Real: Sexual Identity Politics in Tort Litigation, 88 N.C.L. REV. 357 (2010).
Anne Bloom, Practice Style and Legal Mobilization,71 Law and Contemporary Problems 2:1 (Spring 2008).
Anne Bloom, "Milking the Cash Cow" and Other Stories: Media Coverage of Transnational Workers' Rights Litigation, 26 VT. L. REV. 179 (2006).
Anne Bloom, From Justice to Global Peace: A (Brief) Genealogy of the Class Action Crisis, 39 LOY. L.A. L. REV. 685 (2006).
Gerald Caplan, Legal Autopsies: Assessing the Performance of Judges and Lawyers Through the Window of Leading Contract Cases, 73 ALB. L. REV. 1 (2009).
Fred Galves, Virtual Justice as Reality: Making the Resolution of E-Commerce Disputes More Convenient, Legitimate, Efficient and Secure, 2009 U. ILL. J. L. TECH. & POL'Y 1 (2009)
Fred Galves, EVIDENCE: A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH, (WITH Sydney A. Beckman & Susan Crump, West, 2009).
Charles D. Kelso, Judicial Decision-Making and Judicial Review: The State of Debate, Circa, 112 W. VA. L. REV. 351 (2010).
J. Clark Kelso, Access to Justice: A Broader Perspective, 42 LOY. L. A. L. REV. 1147 (2009) (with William C. Vickrey & Joseph L. Dunn).
Stephen C. McCaffrey, Forward to THE LAW OF NON-NAVIGATIONAL USES OF INTERNATIONAL WATERCOURSES: OPTIONS FOR REGIONAL REGIME-BUILDING IN ASIA, at xxv (Nahid Islam, Wolters Kluwer 2010)
Gregory S. Weber, CALIFORNIA CIVIL DISCOVERY (with James E. Hogan, 2d ed. Lexis Nexis/ Mathew Bender 2005 & Supp. 2005-2010).
Gregory S. Weber & James Hogan, CALIFORNIA DISCOVERY 2007 SUPP. (2007).
Gregory S. Weber & James Hogan, CALIFORNIA DISCOVERY 2006 SUPP. (2006).
Gregory S. Weber, CALIFORNIA CIVIL DISCOVERY (6th ed., LexisNexis 2005) (with coauthor).
Civil Rights Litigation
Brian Landsberg, Free at Last to Vote: Alabama and the Origins of the Voting Rights Act (2007).
Brian Landsberg, The Kennedy Justice Department's Enforcement of Civil Rights: A View from the Trenches, chapters 17 (at 194) and 18 (at 209) of the on-line book, JOHN F. KENNEDY HISTORY, MEMORY, LEGACY: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY INQUIRY, Edited by John Delane Williams, Robert G. Waite and Gregory S. Gordon (2010), http://www.und.edu/org/jfkconference/ .
John E. B. Myers, Editor, THE APSAC HANDBOOK ON CHILD MALTREATMENT (3rd ed. Sage 2010).
John E. B. Myers, Editor, Juvenile Court, in THE APSAC HANDBOOK ON CHILD MALTREATMENT (3rd ed. Sage 2010).
John E. B. Myers, History of Child Protection in America, in THE APSAC HANDBOOK ON CHILD MALTREATMENT (John E. B. Myers ed., 3d ed. Sage 2010).
John E. B. Myers, Legal Issues in Child Abuse and Neglect Practice, in THE APSAC HANDBOOK ON CHILD MALTREATMENT (John E. B. Myers ed., 3d ed. Sage 2010).
John E. B. Myers, THE HISTORY OF CHILD PROTECTION IN AMERICA (U. of the Pacific 2010).
John E. B. Myers, A Comparison of Types of Attorney Representation for Children in California Juvenile Court Dependence Cases, 32 CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT 497 (2008) (with Gail S. Goodman et al.).
Michael Vitiello, Lies, Damn Lies and Claims of Judicial Activism, 14nexus 55 (2009).
Michael Vitiello, Punishing Sex Offenders: When Good Intentions Go Bad, 40 ARIZ. ST. L. J. 651 (2008).
Cary Bricker, Revisiting the Crime-Fraud Exception to the Attorney-Client Privilege: a Proposal to Remedy the Disparity in Protections for Civil and Criminal Privilege Holders, 82 TEMP. L. REV. 149 (2009).
Linda E. Carter, GLOBAL ISSUES IN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (with Christopher Blakesley & Peter Henning, West Group (2011)
Linda E. Carter, The Principle of Complementarily and the International Criminal Court: The Role of Ne Bis in Idem, SANTA CLARA J. INT'L L (2010).
Linda E. Carter, The Challenge of ‘Firsts' in International Criminal Justice: First Courts, First Judges, and Issues of First Impression, in PROTECTING HUMANITY: ESSAYS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY IN HONOUR OF NAVANETHEM PILLAY (Chile Eboe-Osuji ed.; Martinus Nijhoff 2010)
Linda E. Carter, Le développement de la procedure pénale international: Le défi d'un mélange entre les systems de droit romano-germanique et de la common law [Developing International Criminal Procedure: The Challenge of Blending Civil and Common Law Legal Systems] available at http://fsjp.ucad.sn/images/stories/fsjp/lejpocarter.doc.
Linda E. Carter and Mary-Beth Moylan, Clemency in Capital Cases in California, 14 BERKELEY J. OF CRIM. L. 37 (2009) (forthcoming).
Linda E. Carter, UNDERSTANDING CAPITAL PUNISHMENT LAW (LexisNexis) (1st ed. 2004) (2nd ed. 2008) (with Ellen Kreitzberg & Scott W. Howe).
Linda E. Carter, & Ellen Kreitzberg, Innocent of a Capital Crime: Parallels Between Innocence of a Crime and Innocence of the Death Penalty, 42 TULSA L. REV. 437 (2006).
Linda E. Carter, Justice and Reconciliation on Trial: Gacaca Trials in Rwanda, in Reading Materials for International Criminal Law (McGeorge 2006).
Linda E. Carter, Compliance with ICJ Provisional Measures and the Meaning of Review and Reconsideration under the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations: Avena and other Mexican Nationals (Mex. V. U.S.), 25 MICH. J. INT'L. L. 117 (2003).
Leslie Gielow Jacobs, Retooling Law Enforcement to Investigate and Prosecute Entrenched Corruption: Key Criminal Procedure Reforms for Indonesia and Other Nations, 30 U. PA. J. INT'L L. 183 (2008) (with Benjamin B. Wagner).
Stephen C. McCaffrey, TRANSNATIONAL LITIGATION IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE (with Thomas O. Main, Oxford 2010)
John E. B. Myers, The Criminal Prosecution of Child Maltreatment, in THE APSAC HANDBOOK ON CHILD MALTREATMENT (John E. B. Myers ed., 3d ed. Sage 2010).
John E. B. Myers, Proving Child Maltreatment in Court, in THE APSAC HANDBOOK ON CHILD MALTREATMENT (John E. B. Myers ed., 3d ed. Sage 2010).
Mary-Beth Moylan, Clemency in Capital Cases in California, 14 BERKELEY J. OF CRIM. L. 37 (2009) (with Linda E. Carter)
Emily Garcia Uhrig, The Sacrafice of Unarmed Prisoners to Gladiators: The Access-to-the-Courts Demand for Right to Counsel in Federal Habeas Corpus Proceedings, U. PENN. JOURNAL OF CONST. LAW (forthcoming 2012)
Emily Garcia Uhrig, A Case for a Constitutional Right to Counsel in Habeas Corpus, 60 HASTINGS L.J. 541 (2009).
Michael Vitiello, Cary Bricker, Chinese Homicide Law, Irrationality and Incremental Change, (to appear Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, 2013).
Michael Vitiello, Alternatives to Incarceration: Why is California Lagging Behind?, 28 George State L. J. 1275 (2012)(symposium article).
Michael Vitiello, A Kiss Is Just a Kiss, or Is It? A Comparative Look at Italian and American Sex Crimes, 40 Seton Hall L. Rev. 191 (2010).
Michael Vitiello, Herring v. United States: Mapp's "Artless" Overruling?. 10 NEV. L. J. 164 (2010).
Michael Vitiello, Legalizing Marijuana: California's Pot of Gold?, 2009 WIS. L. REV. 1349.
Michael Vitiello, Introduction: Symposium on Sentencing Guideline Law and Practice in a Post-Booker World, 37 McGeorge L. Rev. 487 (2006).
Michael Vitiello, California's Three Strikes and We're Out: Was Judicial Activism Our Best Hope? 37 U.C. DAVIS L. REV. 1025 (2004).
Michael Vitiello, Personal Reflections on Connick v. Thompson, (to appear Ohio State Criminal Law Journal, 2013 [peer reviewed])
Fred Galves, GLOBAL ISSUES IN EVIDENCE (Thomson/West 2010) (forthcoming)
Fred Galves, EVIDENCE: A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH, (WITH Sydney A. Beckman & Susan Crump, West, 2009).
Fred Galves, Objection! Irrelevant and Unrealistic: It's Time for Evidence Exams to Evolve, 50 ST. LOUIS. U. L.J. 1223 (2006).
Fred Galves, Ensuring the Admissibility of Electronic Forensic Evidence and Enhancing its Probative Value at Trial, 19 ABA CRIM. JUST. 37 (2004).
Thomas J. Leach, CALIFORNIA EVIDENTIARY FOUNDATIONS, SUPP. (with Edward J. Imwinkelried, 4th ed. LexisNexis 2010)
Thomas J. Leach, California Evidentiary Foundations (4th ed.), LexisNexis 2009 (co-author with Edward J. Imwinkelried).
Thomas J. Leach, How Do Jurors React to "Propensity" Evidence?--A Report on a Survey, 27 AM. J. TRIAL ADVOC. 559 (2004).
Thomas J. Leach, FEDERAL & CALIFORNIA EVIDENCE RULES (published biennially with David W. Miller, Aspen 2001)
John E. B. Myers, Children's Disclosure Statements as Evidence in the United States Legal System, in CHILDREN'S TESTIMONY: A HANDBOOK OF PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND FORENSIC PRACTICE, at Ch. 15 (Michael E. Lamb et al., eds John Wiley & Sons 2011).
John E. B. Myers, Children in Court, in CHILDREN WELFARE LAW AND PRACTICE: REPRESENTING CHILDREN, PARENTS, AND STATE AGENCIES IN ABUSE, NEGLECT AND DEPENDENCY CASES, at Ch. 30. (Donald Duquette & Ann Haralambee eds., Bradford 2010).
John E. B. Myers, Hearsay Evidence in Child Maltreatment Cases, in THE APSAC HANDBOOK ON CHILD MALTREATMENT (John E. B. Myers ed., 3d ed. Sage 2010).
John E. B. Myers, Expert Testimony in Child Sexual Abuse Litigation: Consensus and Confusion, 14 U. C. DAVIS J. JUV. L. & POL'Y 1 (2010).
John E.B. Myers, MYERS ON EVIDENCE IN CHILD ABUSE, DOMESTIC, AND ELDER ABUSE CASES (4th ed. Aspen 2010).
John E. B. Myers, Improved Forensic Interviewing: The Legacy of the McMartin Preschool Case, in THE EVALUATION OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE ALLEGATIONS: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO ASSESSMENT AND TESTIMONY (Kathryn Kuehnle & Mary Connell eds., John Wiley & Sons 2009).
John E. B. Myers, Expert Psychological Testimony in Child Sexual Abuse Trials, in CHILDREN AS VICTIMS, WITNESSES, AND OFFENDERS: PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND THE LAW (Bette L. Bottoms et al. eds., Guilford 2009).
John E.B. Myers, Repeated Questions, Deception, and Children's True and False Reports of Body Touch, in CHILD MALTREATMENT (2007).
John E.B. Myers, et. al., Hearsay Versus Children's Testimony: Effects of Truthful and Deceptive Statements on Jurors' Decisions, 30 LAW & HUM. BEHAV. 363 (2006).
John E.B. Myers, Legal Issues for Mental Health Professionals Treating Victims of Child Sexual Abuse, in HANDBOOK FOR THE TREATMENT OF ABUSE & NEGLECTED CHILDREN at 359-396 (P. Forrest Talley ed., Haworth Press 2005).
John E.B. Myers, Legal Issues, in CHILD MALTREATMENT: A CLINICAL GUIDE AND REFERENCE (Angelo P. Giardino, et al., eds., G.W. Medical 2005 3d ed.).
Linda Carter, UNDERSTANDING CAPITAL PUNISHMENT LAW (2nd ed., Lexis Nexis 2008) (with E. Kreitzberg and S. Howe).
Julie Davies, Methods of Experiential Education: Context, Transferability and Resources, 22 PAC. MCGEORGE GLOB. BUS. & DEV. L.J. 21 (2009).
Fred Galves, Will Video Kill the Radio Star? Visual Learning and the Use of Display Technology in the Law School Classroom, 2004 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & POL'Y 195 (Fall 2004).
Brian Landsberg, A Train the Trainiers Program for building Legal Infrastructure in China, 8 THE CIP REPORT, NUMBER 12, P. 6 (June 2010).
Brian Landsberg, Preface to Teng Hongqing and Changxing Liu, ACCESS TO THE JUSTICE: CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION.
Brian Landsberg, Strategies to Increase the Availability of Skills Education in China, 22 PAC. MCGEORGE GLOBAL BUS. & DEV. L. J. 45 (2009).
Brian Landsberg, REPRESENTING CLIENTS: SIMULATION CASE FILES FOR LEGAL EDUCAITON [IN CHINESE] (Zhejiang Gongshang University Press 2008) (co-editor with Luo Wenyan).
Hether C. Macfarlane, CALIFORNIA LEGAL RESEARCH (with Suzanne E. Rowe, Carolina 2008)
Thomas O. Main, Report Regarding the Pacific McGeorge Workshop on Globalizing the Law School Curriculum, 19 PAC. MCGEORGE GLOB. BUS. & DEV. L.J. 267 (2006) (with coauthor).
Mary-Beth Moylan, PRACTICING PERSUASIVE WRITTEN AND ORAL ADVOCACY, CASE FILE IV (Aspen 2009)(with George C. Harris & David W. Miller).
John E. B. Myers, Trial Advocacy, in CHILDREN WELFARE LAW AND PRACTICE: REPRESENTING CHILDREN, PARENTS, AND STATE AGENCIES IN ABUSE, NEGLECT AND DEPENDENCY CASES, at Ch. 32. (with Steven Lubert, Donald Duquette & Ann Haralambee eds., Bradford 2010).
Stephanie Thompson, LEGAL WRITING EXERCISES: A CASE FILE AND FORMULA-BASED APPROACH TO LEGAL REASONING (West 2010).
Joseph E. Taylor, STATE V. ANDERSON: PROBLEMS AND CASE FILE (2d ed. NITA 2011) (forthcoming).
Joseph E. Taylor, GIBLERT V. O'NEIL: PROBLEMS AND CASE FILE (NITA 2010) (forthcoming).
Joseph E. Taylor, STATE V. SKYWOLF, PROBLEMS AND CASE FILE (NITA, 2008).
Joseph E. Taylor, STATE V. DELANEY: PROBLEMS AND CASE FILE (2nd Edition, 2007).
Joseph E. Taylor, STATE V. BAKER: PROBLEMS AND CASE FILE (2nd Edition, 2006).
Joseph E. Taylor, STATE V. CASEY: PROBLEMS AND CASE FILE (NITA 2003).
Michael Vitiello, PERSUASIVE WRITTEN AND ORAL ADVOCACY IN TRIAL AND APPELLATE COURTS (2d ed. 2007) (with coauthors).
Michael Vitiello, Teaching Effective Oral Argument Skill: Forget About the Drama Coach, 75 MISS. L.J. 869 (2006).
Michael Vitiello, PRACTICING PERSUASIVE ORAL AND WRITTEN ADVOCACY: CASE FILE III (Aspen 2005) (with coauthors).
Michael Vitiello, PRACTICING PERSUASIVE WRITTEN AND ORAL ADVOCACY: CASE FILE II (Aspen 2003) (with coauthors).
Michael Vitiello, PERSUASIVE WRITTEN AND ORAL ADVOCACY IN TRIAL AND APPELLATE COURTS (Aspen 2002) (with coauthors).
Michael Vitiello, PRACTICING PERSUASIVE WRITTEN AND ORAL ADVOCACY: CASE FILE I (Aspen 2002) (with coauthors).
Technology and Litigation
Fred Galves, Admissibility of 3-D Computer Animations Under the Federal Rules of Evidence and the California Evidence Code, 36 SW. U. L. REV. 723 (2008).
Fred Galves, THE ART & SCIENCE OF TRIAL ADVOCACY (Thomson-West 2006) (with coauthors).