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Selected Law, Social Work, and Health Resources at Case Western Reserve University

This research guide is focused on law, social work and health resources used by law students and other researchers. Use of resources in multiple disciplines helps create "common ground" by encouraging mutual respect, open communication & understanding.

Selected Law Review and Professional Articles:

Mathew K. Wynia,   Why It Is Important to Promote Clinical Independence Among Health Professionals Working in Prisons, Jails, and Other  Detention Settings, 108 AJPH 440(2018).

Jesselyn Friley, The M in MLP:  A Proposal for Expanding the Roles of Clinicians in Medical-Legal Partnerships, 126 Yale L.J. 1225 (2017).

Lawrence O. Gostin, Katharina O. Cathaoir et al., Advancing the Right to Health -- The Vital Role of Law, 107 AJPH 1755(2017).

Dawn Pepin, Benjamin D. Winig, et al., Collaborating for Health:  Health in All Policies and the Law, J. Law, Med. & Ethics 60(2107).

Jennifer Pomeranz, JD, MPH, Mark Pertschuk, State Preemption:  A Significant and Quiet Threat to Public Health in the United States, 107 AJPH 900(2017).

Merle H. Weiner, Legal Counsel for Survivors of Campus Sexual Violence, 29 Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 123(2017).

Angela K. McGowan, Mary M. Lee et al., Civil Rights Laws as Tools to Advance Health in the Twnety-First Century, 37 Ann. Rev. Public Health 185(2016).

Sarah Katz & Deeya Haldar, The Pedagogy of Trauma-Informed Lawyering, 22 Clinical L. Rev. 359 (2015/16).

Katherine Baicker, Bill J. Wright, Nicole A. Olson, Reevaluating Reports of Defensive Medicine, 40(6) J Health Polit Policy Law 40(6), 1157 (2015).

Janet S. Kole, Honing Cultural Competence, 101 ABA J. 26 (2015).

Lena Hatchett, Nanette Elster, et al., Inregating Social Justice for Health Professional Education:  Self-reflection, Advocacy, and Collaborative Learning, 11 Online Jl. Health Ethics 1 (2015).

Adam Lamparello & Charles E. MacLelan, Experiential Legal Writing:  The New Approach to Practicing Like a Lawyer, 39 J. Legal Prof. 135 (2015).

Joshua M. Sharfstein, Public Health and the First Amendment, 93(3) Milbank Q. 459 (2015).

Serena Patel, Cultural Competency Training:  Preparing Law Students for Practice in our Multicultural World, 62 UCLA L. Rev. Disc. 140(2014).

Brittany Stringfellow Otey, Buttering Burnout:  Preparing the Online Generation for the Occupational Hazards of the Legal Profession, 24 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 147 (2014/15).

Elizabeth Tippett, Medical Advice from Lawyers:  A Content Analysis of Advertising for Drug Injury Lawsuits,  41 Am. Jl. L. & Med7(2015).

Robert L. Jones, Jr., When Things go Wrong in the Clinic:  How to Prevent and Respond to Serious Student Misconduct, 41 University of Baltimore Law Review 441(2012).

Kristin B. Gerdy, Clients, Empathy and, Compassion:  Introducing First-Year Students to the Heart of Lawyering, 87 Neb. L. Rev. 1(2008).

Lynette M. Parker, Increasing Law Students' Effectiveness when Representing Traumatized Clients:  A Case Study of the Katherine & (and) George Alexander Community Law Center, 21 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 163.

Josephine Palermo and Adrian Evans, Relationships Between Personal Values and Reported Behavior on Ethical Scenarios for Law Students, 25 Behav. Sci. Law 121 (2007).

Peter A. Joy, The Ethics of Law School Clinic Students as Student-Lawyers, 45 S. Tex. L. Rev. 815 (2004).

Mark A. Hall, Law, Medicine, and Trust, 55 Stan. L. Rev. 463(2002-2003).

Andrew P. Levin, & Scott Greisberg, Vicarious Trauma in Attorneys, 24 Pace L. Rev. 245 (2003).

DW Shuman, Expertise in Law, Medicine, and Health Care, 26 Jl. Health Pol., Pol'y & L. 267 (2001).

Marjorie A. Silver, Love, Hate, and Other Emotional Interference in the Lawyer/Client Relationship, 6 Clinical L. Rev. 259(1999).

Peter Margulies, Re-Framing Empathy in Clinical Legal Education, 5 Clinical L. Rev. 605 (1999).