“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“Types of Evidence and Design Implications,” unpublished research monograph written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.
“Lawyer Decision Making: The Problem of Prediction,” 1992 Wis. L. Rev. 1847 (1992)
Review of Decision-Aided Software and Legal Decision Making, 42 J. Legal Educ.
Consultant, Legal Education and Professional Development – An Educational Continuum
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