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CHAPTERS

"Bots and Gemots: Anglo Saxon Legal References in Harry Potter," in Jeffrey Thomas and Frank Snyder, eds., The Law and Harry Potter, at 19-32 (Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 2010).

"Staffing Models and Other Personnel Issues," in Eric Easton, ed., ABA Sourcebook on Legal Writing Programs, at 81-127 (Chicago: American Bar Association, 2006) (with Jan M. Levine).

"Hiring a Director," in Eric Easton, ed., ABA Sourcebook on Legal Writing Programs, at 129-37 (Chicago: American Bar Association, 2006) (with Jan M. Levine).

"Administration, Training and Other Director’s Responsibilities," in Eric Easton, ed., ABA Sourcebook on Legal Writing Programs, at 139-68 (Chicago: American Bar Association, 2006) (with Jan M. Levine).

ARTICLES

"Starting Strong in Legal Writing: Summer Prep." 22 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 49-51 (2013).

"On the Origins of le Droit Moral: How Non-Economic Rights Came to Be Protected in French IP Law." 19 Journal of Intellectual Property Law 65-115 (2011).

"Teaching Students to Harness the Power of Word Processing as They Write." 18 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 16-17 (2009).

"Did Your Legal Writing Professor Go to Harvard? The Credentials of Legal Writing Faculty at Hiring Time." 46 Louisville Law Journal 383-436 (2008) (with Hollee S. Temple).

"How We Lost Our Moral Rights and the Door Closed on Non-Economic Values in Copyright." 5 John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law 1-37 (2005).

"The Hierarchy of Law School Faculty Meetings: Who Votes?" 73 UMKC Law Review 351-418 (2004).

"Legal Research and Writing: What Schools Are Doing, and Who Is Doing the Teaching (Three Years Later)." 9 Scribes Journal of Legal Writing 113-163 (2003-04) (with Jan M. Levine).

"Many Birds, One Stone: Teaching the Law You Love, in Legal Writing Class." 53 Journal of Legal Education 284-294 (2003).

"Not Ready for PowerPoint? Rediscovering an Easier Tool." 11 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 82-83 (2003) (with Melissa Shafer and Sheila Simon).

"One Small Step: Beginning the Process of Institutional Change to Integrate the Law School Curriculum." 1 Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors 218-228 (2002) (with Suzanne E. Rowe).

"Being a Beginner Again: A Teacher Training Exercise." 10 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 87-88 (2002).

"The Quest for Scholarship: The Legal Writing Professor’s Paradox." 80 Oregon Law Review 1007-1033 (2001).

"Advocacy Lessons from Madison Avenue." 16 Second Draft: Bulletin of the Legal Writing Institute 6 (December 2001).

"Every Case Has Two Stories." 8 The Law Teacher 12 (Spring 2001).

"Verbs Are It." 89 Illinois Bar Journal 151-152 (2001).

"A Millennium of Legal Writing." The Scrivener, Winter 2001, at 1, reprinted in 15 Second Draft: Bulletin of the Legal Writing Institute 24-25 (June 2001).

"Memo Structure for the Right and Left Brain." 8 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 95-96 (2000).

"Artist Wins Using Visual Artists Rights Act." Artfirst, Winter 2000, at 10.

"Understanding Artists' Moral Rights: A Primer." 7 Boston University Public Interest Law Journal 41-57 (1998).

"Contract Basics." Artfirst, Spring/Summer 1997, at 8.

"Artists' Moral Rights." Artfirst, Winter 1997, at 2, reprinted in City of Los Angeles Public Arts Newsletter, Summer 1997, at 9.

"Understanding Your Copyrights." Artfirst, Fall 1996, at 2, reprinted in City of Los Angeles Public Arts Newsletter, Spring 1997, at 4.