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Reflections on Contemporary Legal Education: The Role of Case Analysis in an Increasingly Skills-Based Curriculum, CBA Report, The Cincinnati Bar Association, February 2016.
Diagnosis Dangerous: Why State Licensing Boards Should Step in to prevent mental health Practitioners from Speculating Beyond the Scope of Professional Standards, 2015 UTAH L. REV. (SYMPOSIUM ISSUE)2015 UTAH L.REV. Number 4.
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