- B.A., University of Rochester, 1967
- J.D., Columbia University, 1970
- LL.M., Harvard University, 1974
- "Mandating Meaningful
Forensic Discovery: A Proposal to Fuel the Engine of Truthfulness," 51
Indiana Law Rev. 641 (2018)
http://www.mmcdiarmid.net—Interactive site on use of technology in skills
- “Commentary on the Proposed West Virginia Rules of Evidence,” co-authored with
Franklin Cleckley, 2014
- “Types of Evidence and Design Implications,” unpublished research monograph written
Summer 2002 as part of electronic litigation support project for the Executive
Office of the US Attorney
- “Family Law in West Virginia,” available at
http://www.wvfamilylaw.com. In 2003 this book won the Significant Scholarship
award from the faculty at the West Virginia University College of Law. The
second edition of this book was written in 2010.
- “What’s Going On Down in the Basement: In-House Clinics Expand Their Beachhead”,
35 New York Law School Law Review 239 (1991).
- Tutorial on Designing CALI Lesson, available on CALI website
- Using ‘And’ and ‘Or’, CALI Lesson, available on CALI website
- Data gathering section of “The Future of the In-House Clinic,” 42 J. Legal Educ.
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published by the American Bar Association
- Reporter, Advisory Group to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District
of West Virginia pursuant to the Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990, published
- Faculty, West Virginia University College of Law, (1986- present)
- Clinical Teaching Fellow, Harvard Law School
- Deputy Consumer Advocate, New York City
- Acting Public Defender, Seattle/King County
- Regional Director, Northern Virginia Regional Office, Legal Services Corporation