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(4/1/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the William and Mary Law Review. Alexandra D. Lahav, The Jury and Participatory Democracy, 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1029 (2014).

(4/1/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the William and Mary Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on the decisions of citizens and trial court judges on punitive damages was also cited. Valerie P. Hans, What's It Worth? Jury Damage Awards as Community Judgments, 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 935 (2014).

(3/26/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by Legal Communication & Rhetoric: JALWD. Will Rhee, Law and Practice, 9 Legal Comm. & Rhetoric: JALWD 273 (2012).

(3/26/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Alabama Law Review. Mark W. Bennett & Ira P. Robbins, Last Words: A Survey and Analysis of Federal Judges' Views on Allocution in Sentencing, 65 Ala. L. Rev. 735 (2014).

(3/18/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Torts

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on symbolism and incommensurability in civil sanctioning was cited by the Boston University Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on the empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was also cited. Daphna Lewinsohn-Zamir, Do the Right Thing: Indirect Remedies in Private Law, 94 B.U. L. Rev. 55 (2014).

(3/10/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's book on psychology for lawyers was cited by the Journal of Law & Policy. Linda L. Berger, Metaphor and Analogy: The Sun and Moon of Legal Persuasion, 22 J.L. & Pol'y 147 (2013).

(3/10/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was cited by the Notre Dame Law Review. Joseph A. Seiner, Weathering Wal-Mart, 89 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1343 (2014).

(2/17/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the American Criminal Law Review. Tom R. Tyler, Reducing Corporate Criminality: The Role of Values, 51 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 267 (2014).

(2/10/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on apologies and medical error was cited by the Campbell Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on apologies and settlement levers was also cited. Barbara Phillips-Bute, Transparency and Disclosure of Medical Errors: It's the Right Thing to Do, So Why the Reluctance?, 35 Campbell L. Rev. 333 (2013).

(2/10/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Cornell Law Review. David L. Schwartz & Jay P. Kesan, Essay, Analyzing the Role of Non-Practicing Entities in the Patent System, 99 Cornell L. Rev. 425 (2014).

(2/10/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's book on psychology for lawyers was cited by the Nevada Law Journal. Dawn Hathaway Thoman, Note, Testifying Minors: Pre-Trial Strategies to Reduce Anxiety in Child Witnesses, 14 Nev. L.J. 236 (2013).

(2/4/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's book on psychology for lawyers was cited by the Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy. Jeffrey W. Stempel, Rediscovering the Sawyer Solution: Bundling Risk for Protection and Profit, 11 Rutgers J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 170 (2013).

(1/23/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Boston University Law Review. Christopher A. Whytock, Foreign State Immunity and the Right to Court Access, 93 B.U. L. Rev. 2033 (2013).

(1/17/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. David L. Schwartz & Christopher B. Seaman, Standards of Proof in Civil Litigation: An Experiment From Patent Law, 26 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 429 (2013).

(1/9/2014)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Publication
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer K. Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight published "Behavioral Legal Ethics" in the Arizona State Law Journal. 45 Ariz. St. L.J. 1107 (2013).

(12/30/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article providing insights for interviewing and counseling clients was cited by the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in United States v. Henderson, 736 F.3d 1128 (7th Cir. 2013).

(12/30/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's book on psychology for lawyers was cited by the Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal. Linda H. Edwards, Where Do the Prophets Stand? Hamdi, Myth, and the Master's Tools, 13 Conn. Pub. Int. L.J. 43 (2013).

(12/18/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on what we know and don't know about the role of apologies in resolving health care disputes was cited by the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal. Kristine Gamboa, Positive Prognosis for Judges: A Look into Judge-Directed Negotiations in Medical Malpractice Cases, 13 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J. 235 (2013).

(12/3/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Christina A. Studebaker's article on the effects of caps on punitive damages was cited by the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. Edie Greene & Brian H. Bornstein, Nudging the Justice System Toward Better Decisions, 103 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1155 (2013) (reviewing Dennis J. Devine, Jury Decision Making: The State of the Science (2012) and Dan Simon, In Doubt: The Psychology of the Criminal Justice Process (2012)).

(11/25/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on what we know and don't know about the role of apologies in resolving health care disputes was cited by the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal. Professor Robbennolt and co-author Professor Margareth Etienne's article on apologies and plea bargaining was also cited. Susan Daicoff, Apology, Forgiveness, Reconciliation & Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 13 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J. 131 (2013).

(11/25/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's various articles on an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement were cited by the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal. Nick Smith, Just Apologies: An Overview of the Philosophical Issues, 13 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J. 35 (2013).

(11/25/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's various articles on empirical examinations of apologies and legal settlements were cited by the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal. Lee Taft, When More Than Sorry Matters, 13 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J. 181 (2013).

(11/25/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's various articles on empirical examinations of apologies and legal settlements were cited by the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal. Professor Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was also cited. Lee Taft, When More Than Sorry Matters, 13 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J. 181 (2013).

(11/25/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine. Roy G. Spece, Jr., Direct and Enhanced Disclosure of Researcher Financial Conflicts of Interest: The Role of Trust, 23 Health Matrix 409 (2013).

(10/14/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's various articles on an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement were cited by the New York University Law Review. Joanna C. Schwartz, A Dose of Reality for Medical Malpractice Reform, 88 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1224 (2013).

(9/10/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was cited by the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal. Kelly Gould, Comment, Don't Rely on Plain Meaning, Trust Your Intuition: Trustees Are Not “Individuals” Eligible to Recover Punitive Damages Under § 362(k), 29 Emory Bankr. Dev. J. 465 (2013).

(9/2/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article providing insights for interviewing and counseling clients was cited by the Harvard Negotiation Law Review. Leonard L. Riskin, Managing Inner and Outer Conflict: Selves, Subpersonalities, and Internal Family Systems, 18 Harv. Negot. L. Rev. 1 (2013).

(9/2/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Torts

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on symbolism and incommensurability in civil sanctioning was cited by the Buffalo Human Rights Law Review. Lisa J. Laplante, Negotiating Reparation Rights: The Participatory and Symbolic Quotients, 19 Buff. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 217 (2012).

(8/19/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Family Law

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Monica K. Johnson's article on legal planning for unmarried committed partners was cited by the Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal. Samuel H. Grier & Tad D. Ransopher, Tax Compliance and Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples, 5 Est. Plan. & Community Prop. L.J. 323 (2013).

(8/9/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Bankruptcy Law

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Professor Robert Lawless's article on bankrupt apologies was cited by Cornell Law Review. Professor Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was also cited. Jeffrey J. Rachlinski, Contrition in the Courtroom: Do Apologies Affect Adjudication?, 98 Cornell L. Rev. 1189 (2013).

(8/9/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's various articles on an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement were cited by the Sydney Law Review. Robyn Carroll, Apologies as a Legal Remedy, 35 Sydney L. Rev. 317 (2013).

(8/9/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Michigan State University Journal of Medicine & Law. Michael A. Cole, Jr., Functional Preemption: An Explanation of How State Medicinal Marijuana Laws Can Coexist with the Controlled Substances Act, 16 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 557 (2012).

(8/9/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Maryland Law Review. Robin Walker Sterling, Fundamental Unfairness: In Re Gault and the Road Not Taken, 72 Md. L. Rev. 607 (2013).

(7/22/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article providing an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was cited by the DePaul Law Review. Lesley Wexler, Extralegal Whitewashes, 62 DePaul L. Rev. 817 (2013).

(7/22/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Maryland Law Review. Robin Walker Sterling, Fundamental Unfairness: In Re Gault and the Road Not Taken, 72 Md. L. Rev. 607 (2013).

(7/22/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Maryland Law Review Endnotes. Robin Walker Sterling, Fundamental Unfairness: In Re Gault and the Road Not Taken, 72 Md. L. Rev. Endnotes 607 (2013), http://digitalcommons.law.umaryland.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3555&context=mlr .

(7/22/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's book on psychology for lawyers was cited by the Connecticut Law Review. Nancy B. Rapoport, Rethinking U.S. Legal Education: No More “Same Old, Same Old”, 45 Conn. L. Rev. 1409 (2013).

(7/22/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists was cited by the Connecticut Law Review. Jeffrey M. Lipshaw, Essay, What's Going On? The Psychoanalysis Metaphor for Educating Lawyer-Counselors, 45 Conn. L. Rev. 1355 (2013).

(7/22/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's book on psychology for lawyers was cited by the Southern California Law Review. Professor Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was also cited. Andrew J. Wistrich & Jeffrey J. Rachlinski, How Lawyers' Intuitions Prolong Litigation, 86 S. Cal. L. Rev. 571 (2013).

(7/22/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's book on psychology for lawyers was cited by U.C. Davis Law Review. Debra Lyn Bassett, Deconstruct and Superstruct: Examining Bias Across the Legal System, 46 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1563 (2013).

(7/22/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was cited by the Vanderbilt Law Review. Benjamin J. McMichael, Constitutional Limitations on Punitive Damages: Ambiguous Effects and Inconsistent Justifications, 66 Vand. L. Rev. 961 (2013).

(7/15/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Victoria Welsz and Craig M. Lawson's article on bone marrow donations by minors was cited by the Northwestern Journal of Law & Social Policy. Seema Shah, Does Research With Children Violate the Best Interests Standard? An Empirical and Conceptual Analysis, 8 Nw. J. L. & Soc. Pol'y 121 (2013).

(7/15/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article providing insights for interviewing and counseling clients was cited by the Hastings Law Journal. Peter Reilly, Resistance Is Not Futile: Harnessing the Power of Counter-Offensive Tactics in Legal Persuasion, 64 Hastings L.J. 1171 (2013).

(7/15/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Torts

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on symbolism and incommensurability in civil sanctioning was cited by the Ohio Northern University Law Review. Alexander I. Platt, Debiasing Statutory Interpretation, 39 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. 275 (2012).

(6/24/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Matthew Taksin's article asking whether judges can determine their own impartiality was cited by the Saint Louis University Public Law Review. Melinda A. Marbes, Refocusing Recusals: How the Bias Blind Spot Affects Disqualification Disputes and Should Reshape Recusal Reform, 32 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 235 (2013).

(6/24/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Career News
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on outcome severity and judgments of responsibility was cited by the Arizona State Law Journal. Ashley M. Votruba, Comment, Will the Real Reasonable Person Please Stand Up? Using Psychology to Better Understand How Juries Interpret and Apply the Reasonable Person Standard, 45 Ariz. St. L.J. 703 (2013).

(6/17/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Family Law

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Monica K. Johnson's article on legal planning for unmarried committed partners was cited by the Michigan Law Review. Adam J. Hirsch, Incomplete Wills, 111 Mich. L. Rev. 1423 (2013).

(6/17/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's book on psychology for lawyers was cited by Dispute Resolution Magazine. Jean R. Sternlight, “Live Free” or Regulate?, Disp. Resol. Mag., Spring 2013, at 4.

(5/20/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article providing an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was cited by the DePaul Law Review. David M. Engel, Perception and Decision at the Threshold of Tort Law: Explaining the Infrequency of Claims, 62 DePaul L. Rev. 293 (2013).

(5/20/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution. James H. Stark & Douglas N. Frenkel, Changing Minds: The Work of Mediators and Empirical Studies of Persuasion, 28 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 263 (2013).

(5/20/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's book on psychology for lawyers was cited by the Hastings Law Journal. Sara Gordon, Through The Eyes of Jurors: The Use of Schemas in the Application of “Plain-Language” Jury Instructions, 64 Hastings L.J. 643 (2013).

(4/15/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article providing an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law. Katherine Porter, The Complaint Conundrum: Thoughts on the CFPB's Complaint Mechanism, 7 Brook. J. Corp. Fin. & Com. L. 57 (2012).

(4/8/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article providing an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was cited by the University of Chicago Law Review. David A. Hoffman & Tess Wilkinson-Ryan, The Psychology of Contract Precautions, 80 U. Chi. L. Rev. 395 (2013).

(4/1/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution. Jennifer W. Reynolds, The Lawyer with the ADR Tattoo, 14 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. 395 (2013).

(4/1/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Pace Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on evaluating empirical research methods and using empirical research in law and policy was also cited. Will Rhee, Evidence-Based Federal Civil Rulemaking: A New Contemporaneous Case Coding Rule, 33 Pace L. Rev. 60 (2013).

(3/18/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Florida State University Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article providing an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was also cited. Justin Sevier, Omission Suspicion: Juries, Hearsay, and Attorneys' Strategic Choices, 40 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 1 (2012).

(3/4/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Matthew Taksin's article asking whether judges can determine their own impartiality was cited by the Fordham International Law Journal. Debra Lyn Bassett & Rex R. Perschbacher, Perceptions of Justice: An International Perspective on Judges and Appearances, 36 Fordham Int'l L.J. 136 (2013).

(2/25/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Family Law

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson's article on legal planning for unmarried committed partners was cited by the Tulane Law Review. Erez Aloni, Registering Relationships, 87 Tul. L. Rev. 573 (2013).

(2/11/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article providing an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was cited by the University of Illinois Law Review. Daphna Lewinsohn-Zamir, Can't Buy Me Love: Monetary Versus In-Kind Remedies, 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 151.

(2/4/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Law and Society

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's foreword to "Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Fear and Risk Perception" was cited by the Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal. Philip P. Houle & Suzanne R. Houle, When Push Comes to Shove: Mandatory Immunization in Times of Pandemic-Type Emergencies, 30 Buff. Pub. Int. L.J. 99 (2012).

(1/28/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Criminal Law and Procedure

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Professor Margareth Etienne's article on apologies and plea bargaining was cited by the New Criminal Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on apologies and settlement levers was also cited. Nick Smith, Against Court-Ordered Apologies, 16 New Crim. L. Rev. 1 (2013).

(1/14/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the South Carolina Law Review. Brent E. Newton, The Ninety-Five Theses: Systemic Reforms of American Legal Education and Licensure, 64 S.C. L. Rev. 55 (2012).

(1/7/2013)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on bone marrow donations by minors was cited by the Oklahoma Law Review. Evelyn M. Tenenbaum, Revitalizing Informed Consent and Protecting Patient Autonomy: An Appeal to Abandon Objective Causation, 64 Okla. L. Rev. 697 (2012).

(12/24/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was cited by the Arizona State Law Journal. Donald G. Gifford, The Constitutional Bounding of Adjudication: A Fuller(ian) Explanation for the Supreme Court's Mass Tort Jurisprudence, 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 1109 (2012).

(12/17/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists was cited by the Midwest Law Journal. Pam Gershuny et al., Reaching Settlement, 24 Midwest L.J. 43 (2010).

(12/10/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Seattle Journal for Social Justice. Robert Steinbuch, An Empirical Analysis of Conservative, Liberal, and Other "Biases" in the United States Courts of Appeals for the Eighth & Ninth Circuits, 11 Seattle J. for Soc. Just. 217 (2012).

(12/10/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists was cited by the Appalachian Journal of Law. Laurie A. Lewis, Clerkship-Ready: First-year Law Faculty Are Uniquely Poised to Mentor Stellar Students for Elbow Employment with Judges, 12 Appalachian J.L. 1 (2012).

(12/3/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Courts

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's book chapter on evaluating and assisting juror competence in civil cases was cited by the Criminal Law Bulletin. John W. Clark & Robert J. Cramer, What's in a Face? Juror Perceptions of Defendant Race and Eyeglasses, 48 No. 6 Crim. Law Bulletin ART 2 (2012).

(12/3/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Criminal Law and Procedure

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Professor Margareth Etienne's article on apologies and plea bargaining was cited by the California Law Review. Kyle Graham, Crimes, Widgets, and Plea Bargaining: An Analysis of Charge Content, Pleas, and Trials, 100 Cal. L. Rev. 1573 (2012).

(11/19/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Northwestern University Law Review. Shari Seidman Diamond et al., The "Kettleful of Law" in Real Jury Deliberations: Successes, Failures, and Next Steps, 106 Nw. U. L. Rev. 1537 (2012).

(11/12/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Harvard Journal on Racial & Ethnic Justice. Pat K. Chew & Robert E. Kelley, The Realism of Race in Judicial Decision Making: An Empirical Analysis of Plaintiffs' Race and Judges' Race, 28 Harv. J. Racial & Ethnic Just. 91 (2012).

(11/12/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists was cited by the American Journal of Trial Advocacy. Gary S. Gildin, Cross-Examination at Trial: Strategies for the Deposition, 35 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 471 (2012).

(11/5/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Iowa Law Review. Gregory C. Sisk & Michael Heise, Muslims and Religious Liberty in the Era of 9/11: Empirical Evidence from the Federal Courts, 98 Iowa L. Rev. 231 (2012).

(11/5/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Boston College Law Review. Irina D. Manta, Reasonable Copyright, 53 B.C. L. Rev. 1303 (2012).

(10/8/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Torts

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on symbolism and incommensurability in civil sanctioning was cited by the American Business Law Journal. Gideon Mark, Private FCPA Enforcement, 49 Am. Bus. L.J. 419 (2012).

(10/1/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Scribes Journal of Legal Writing. Christopher R. Trudeau, The Public Speaks: An Empirical Study of Legal Communication, 14 Scribes J. Legal Writing 121 (2011-2012).

(9/24/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the Barry Law Review. Jonathan R. Cohen, The Path between Sebastian's Hospitals: Fostering Reconciliation after a Tragedy, 17 Barry L. Rev. 89 (2011).

(9/24/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Emory Law Journal. Jason M. Solomon, The Political Puzzle of the Civil Jury, 61 Emory L.J. 1331 (2012).

(9/18/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's casebook on dispute resolution and lawyers was cited by the Journal of Legal Education. Richard C. Reuben, Bringing Mindfulness into the Classroom: A Personal Journey, 61 J. Legal Educ. 674 (2012).

(9/17/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Florida State University Law Review. David Adam Friedman, Bringing Order to Contracts against Public Policy, 39 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 563 (2012).

(9/10/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Minnesota Law Review. Katie R. Eyer, That's Not Discrimination: American Beliefs and the Limits of Anti-Discrimination Law, 96 Minn. L. Rev. 1275 (2012).

(9/10/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jeffrey H. Goldfien's empirical assessment of conflict strategies and attitudes toward mediation styles was cited by the Harvard Negotiation Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's empirical assessment of apologies and legal settlement was also cited. Jacqueline Nolan-Haley, Mediation: The "New Arbitration", 17 Harv. Negot. L. Rev. 61 (2012).

(9/3/2012)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article providing an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Stanford Law and Policy Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was also cited. Alan G. Williams, The Cure for What Ails: A Realistic Remedy for the Medical Malpractice "Crisis", 23 Stan. L. & Pol'y Rev. 477 (2012).

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Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy. Jennifer W. Reynolds, On Commitments, 39 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 231 (2012).

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Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Christina A. Studebaker's article on the effects of caps on punitive damages was cited by the Akron Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was also cited. Justin D. Levinson, Superbias: The Collision of Behavioral Economics and Implicit Social Cognition, 45 Akron L. Rev. 591 (2011-2012).

(8/20/2012)

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Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article providing an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Utah Law Review. Maxine D. Goodman, Removing the Umpire's Mask: The Propriety and Impact of Judicial Apologies, 2011 Utah L. Rev. 1529 (2011).

(8/20/2012)

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Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating empirical research methods and using empirical research in law and policy was cited by the Marquette Law Review. Andrew W. Jurs, Balancing Legal Process with Scientific Expertise: Expert Witness Methodology in Five Nations and Suggestions for Reform of Post-Daubert U.S. Reliability Determinations, 95 Marq. L. Rev. 1329 (2012).

(8/20/2012)

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Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists was cited by the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy. Professor Robbennolt's various articles on apologies and settlement negotiations were also cited. Bobbi McAdoo et al., It's Time to Get It Right: Problem-Solving in the First-Year Curriculum, 39 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 39 (2012).

(8/20/2012)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article providing an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy. Professor Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was also cited. Art Hinshaw & Jess K. Alberts, Gender and Attorney Negotiation Ethics, 39 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 145 (2012).

(8/13/2012)

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Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jeffrey H. Goldfien's empirical assessment of conflict strategies and attitudes toward mediation styles was cited by the BYU Journal of Public Law. Carolynn Clark Camp, Mediating the Indissoluble Family: Mediator Style in Domestic Relations Cases, 26 BYU J. Pub. L. 187 (2012).

(8/9/2012)

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Bankruptcy Law

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Professor Robert Lawless's article on bankrupt apologies was cited by Cornell Law Review. Professor Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was also cited. Jeffrey J. Rachlinski, Contrition in the Courtroom: Do Apologies Affect Adjudication?, 98 Cornell L. Rev. 1189 (2013).

(8/6/2012)

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Family Law

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson's article on legal planning for unmarried committed partners was cited by the Illinois Bar Journal. Natalie T. Lorenz, Cohabitation Agreements After the Civil Union Act, 100 Ill. B.J. 308 (2012)

(7/30/2012)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists was cited by the University of Memphis Law Review. S. Todd Brown, Specious Claims and Global Settlements, 42 U. Mem. L. Rev. 559 (2012).

(6/25/2012)

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Estates and Trusts

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Monica K. Johnson's article on using social science to inform the law of intestacy was cited by the Boston College Law Review. Reid Kress Weisbord, Wills for Everyone: Helping Individuals Opt Out of Intestacy, 53 B.C. L. Rev. 877 (2012).

(6/11/2012)

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Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the American Journal of International Law. Gregory Shaffer & Tom Ginsburg, The Empirical Turn in International Legal Scholarship, 106 Am. J. Int'l L. 1 (2012).

(5/28/2012)

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Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on what we know and don't know about the role of apologies in resolving health care disputes was cited by the Florida State University Law Review. Jason M. Solomon, Civil Recourse as Social Equality, 39 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 243 (2011).

(5/9/2012)

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Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Professor Margareth Etienne's article on apologies and plea bargaining was cited by the Connecticut Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's various other articles on apologies and legal settlement were also cited. Xuan-Thao Nguyen, Apologies as Intellectual Property Remedies: Lessons from China, 44 Conn. L. Rev. 883 (2012).

(4/23/2012)

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Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on outcome severity and judgments of responsibility was cited by Law and Contemporary Problems. Janice Nadler, Blaming as a Social Process: The Influence of Character and Moral Emotion on Blame, 75 Law & Contemp. Probs. 1 (2012).

(4/16/2012)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists was cited by the San Diego Law Review. Michael T. Colatrella Jr., A “Lawyer for All Seasons”: The Lawyer as Conflict Manager, 49 San Diego L. Rev. 93 (2012).

(4/9/2012)

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Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Texas Tech Law Review. Jennifer Walker Elrod, Is the Jury Still Out?: A Case for the Continued Viability of the American Jury, 44 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 303 (2012).

(4/9/2012)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists was cited by the Wisconsin Law Review. Anthony V. Alfieri, Essay, Educating Lawyers for Community, 2012 Wis. L. Rev. 115 (2012).

(3/19/2012)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Professor Margareth Etienne's article on apologies and plea bargaining was cited by Professional Lawyer. Professor Robbennolt's various other articles on apologies in a legal setting were also cited. Mitchell Simon et al., Apologies and Fitness to Practice Law: A Practical Framework for Evaluating Remorse in the Bar Admission Process, 2012 Prof. Law. 37 (2012).

(2/27/2012)

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Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Indiana Law Journal. Julie Andersen Hill, Bank Capital Regulation by Enforcement: An Empirical Study, 87 Ind. L.J. 645 (2012).

(2/27/2012)

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Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Texas Law Review. Alexandra D. Lahav, The Case for "Trial By Formula", 90 Tex. L. Rev. 571 (2012).

(2/6/2012)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the Drexel Law Review. Barry R. Furrow, The Patient Injury Epidemic: Medical Malpractice Litigation as a Curative Tool, 4 Drexel L. Rev. 41 (2011).

(2/6/2012)

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Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy. Professor Robbennolt's article on an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was also cited. Justin Sevier, The Unintended Consequences of Local Rules, 21 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 291 (2011).

(2/6/2012)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article providing insights for interviewing and counseling clients was cited by the Wake Forest Law Review. Laurie A. Lewis, Winning the Game of Appellate Musical Shoes: When the Appeals Band Plays, Jump from the Client's to the Judge's Shoes to Write the Statement of Facts Ballad, 46 Wake Forest L. Rev. 983 (2011).

(2/6/2012)

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Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on outcome severity and judgments of responsibility was cited by the Cornell Law Review. Janice Nadler & Mary-Hunter McDonnell, Moral Character, Motive, and the Psychology of Blame, 97 Cornell L. Rev. 255 (2012).

(1/9/2012)

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Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal. Sande L. Buhai et al., The Role of Law Schools in Educating Judges to Increase Access to Justice, 24 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 161 (2011).

(1/2/2012)

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Citation
Criminal Law and Procedure

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on apologies and plea bargaining was cited by the American Criminal Law Review. Colin Miller, Deal or No Deal: Why Courts Should Allow Defendants to Present Evidence That They Rejected Favorable Plea Bargains, 48 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 1293 (2011).

(1/2/2012)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on apologies and civil justice was cited by the Chapman Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was also cited. Gabriel H. Teninbaum, How Medical Apology Programs Harm Patients, 15 Chap. L. Rev. 307 (2011).

(1/2/2012)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on an empirical examination of apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Vanderbilt Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on what we know and don't know about the role of apologies in resolving health care disputes was also cited. Erin O'hara O'Connor, Organizational Apologies: BP As a Case Study, 64 Vand. L. Rev. 1959 (2011).

(1/2/2012)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the University of La Verne Law Review. Professor Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on insights for interviewing and counseling clients was also cited. Nancy A. Welsh, Musings on Mediation, Kleenex, and (Smudged) White Hats, 33 U. La Verne L. Rev. 5 (2011).

(1/2/2012)

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Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by Dispute Resolution Magazine. James H. Stark & Douglas N. Frenkel, Mediators' Work: What Do Empirical Studies of Persuasion Tell Us?, Disp. Resol. Mag., Fall 2011, at 4.

(12/19/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the New York Law School Law Review. Robert J. Condlin, Bargaining Without Law, 56 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 281 (2011).

(12/19/2011)

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Citation
Family Law

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Monica K. Johnson's article on using social science to inform the law of intestacy was cited by the Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender. Terin Barbas Cremer, Reforming Intestate Inheritance for Stepchildren and Stepparents, 18 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 89 (2011).

(11/21/2011)

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Citation
Courts

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Christina A. Studebaker's article on news media reporting on civil litigation and its influence on civil justice decision making was cited by the University of Pittsburgh Journal of Technology Law and Policy. Kimberlianne Podlas, The "Legal Epidemiology" of the Teen Sexting Epidemic: How the Media Influenced a Legislative Outbreak, 12 U. Pitt. J. Tech. L. & Pol'y 1 (2011).

(11/21/2011)

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Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on outcome severity and judgments of responsibility was cited by the New York University Law Review. Francis X. Shen et al., Sorting Guilty Minds, 86 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1306 (2011).

(11/21/2011)

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Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbenolt and co-author Christina A. Studebaker's article on the effects of caps on punitive damages was cited by the Yale Law Journal. Daniel M. Isaacs, Note, Baseline Framing in Sentencing, 121 Yale L.J. 426 (2011).

(11/14/2011)

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Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Oregon Law Review. Sande L. Buhai, Federal Judicial Disqualification: A Behavioral and Quantitative Analysis, 90 Or. L. Rev. 69 (2011).

(11/7/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law & Ethics. Steven E. Raper, No Role for Apology: Remedial Work and the Problem of Medical Injury, 11 Yale J. Health Pol'y, L. & Ethics 267 (2011).

(11/7/2011)

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Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on using empirical research in law and policy was cited by the University of Illinois Law Review. Paul J. Stancil, The Legal Academy As Dinner Party: A (Short) Manifesto on the Necessity of Inter-Interdisciplinary Legal Scholarship, 2011 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1577 (2011).

(10/31/2011)

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Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Matthew Taksin's article asking whether judges can determine their own impartiality was cited by the Iowa Law Review. Debra Lyn Bassett & Rex R. Perschbacher, The Elusive Goal of Impartiality, 97 Iowa L. Rev. 181 (2011).

(10/24/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy. Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff, Intrinsic and Extrinsic Compliance Motivations: Comment on Feldman, 35 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 53 (2011).

(9/19/2011)

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Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Capital University Law Review. Larry J. Pittman, Mandatory Arbitration: Due Process and Other Constitutional Concerns, 39 Cap. U. L. Rev. 853 (2011).

(9/12/2011)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists, with insights for interviewing and counseling clients, was cited by the Case Western Reserve Law Review. Garry W. Jenkins, Who's Afraid of Philanthrocapitalism?, 61 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 753 (2011).

(9/5/2011)

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Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform. Jason R. Bent, The Telltale Sign of Discrimination: Probabilities, Information Asymmetries, and the Systemic Disparate Treatment Theory, 44 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 797 (2011).

(8/29/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Harvard Negotiation Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's articles on evaluating juries by comparison to judges, and evaluating empirical research methods, were also cited. Art Hinshaw & Jess K. Alberts, Doing the Right Thing: An Empirical Study of Attorney Negotiation Ethics, 16 Harv. Negot. L. Rev. 95 (2011).

(8/15/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on apologies and legal settlement was cited by Law and Contemporary Problems. Professor Robbennolt's article on what we know and don't know about the role of apologies in resolving health care disputes was also cited. Michal Alberstein & Nadav Davidovitch, Apologies in the Healthcare System: From Clinical Medicine to Public Health, 74 Law & Contemp. Probs. 151 (2011).

(8/15/2011)

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Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was cited by the DePaul Law Review. Andrew F. Popper, Capping Incentives, Capping Innovation, Courting Disaster: The Gulf Oil Spill and Arbitrary Limits on Civil Liability, 60 DePaul L. Rev. 975 (2011).

(8/8/2011)

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Citation
Torts

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on implications of psychology for torts was cited by the Defense Counsel Journal. Elizabeth M. Youngdale, Reviewing the Law Reviews, 78 Def. Couns. J. 367 (2011).

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Citation
Courts

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Christina A. Studebaker's article on news media reporting on civil litigation and its influence on civil justice decision making was cited by the Temple Law Review. Andrew Jay McClurg, Fight Club: Doctors vs. Lawyers–A Peace Plan Grounded in Self-Interest, 83 Temp. L. Rev. 309 (2011).

(8/1/2011)

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Citation
Criminal Law and Procedure

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Professor Margareth Etienne's article on apologies and plea bargaining was cited by the Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal. Priyanka Prakash, Comment, To Plea Or Not To Plea: The Benefits of Establishing an Institutionalized Plea Bargaining System in Japan, 20 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 607 (2011).

(8/1/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. Kathryn Abrams, Emotions in the Mobilization of Rights, 46 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 551 (2011).

(7/11/2011)

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Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on using empirical research in law and policy was cited by the Journal of Law & Policy. Louis S. Rulli, On The Road to Civil Gideon: Five Lessons From the Enactment of a Right to Counsel for Indigent Homeowners in Federal Civil Forfeiture Proceedings, 19 J.L. & Pol'y 683 (2011).

(7/4/2011)

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Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the San Diego Law Review. John Sahl, Behind Closed Doors: Shedding Light on Lawyer Self-Regulation–What Lawyers Do When Nobody's Watching, 48 San Diego L. Rev. 447 (2011).

(6/27/2011)

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Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the University of Illinois Law Review. Adam M. Gershowitz, 12 Unnecessary Men: The Case for Eliminating Jury Trials in Drunk Driving Cases, 2011 U. Ill. L. Rev. 961 (2011).

(6/27/2011)

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Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was cited by the DePaul Law Review. Anita Bernstein, The 2x2 Matrix of Tort Reform's Distributions, 60 DePaul L. Rev. 273 (2011).

(6/27/2011)

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Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was cited by the DePaul Law Review. Valerie P. Hans & Theodore Eisenberg, The Predictability of Juries, 60 DePaul L. Rev. 375 (2011).

(6/20/2011)

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Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was cited by the Mercer Law Review. Stephen J. Shapiro, Overcoming Under-Compensation and Under-Deterrence in Intentional Tort Cases: Are Statutory Multiple Damages the Best Remedy?, 62 Mercer L. Rev. 449 (2011).

(6/13/2011)

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Citation
Family Law

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Monica K. Johnson's article on using social science to inform the law of intestacy was cited by the Fordham Law Review. Daphne Ha, Note, Blanket Policies for Strip Searching Pretrial Detainees: An Interdisciplinary Argument for Reasonableness, 79 Fordham L. Rev. 2721 (2011).

(5/23/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Ohio State Law Journal. Maria Pearlmutter, Note, Physician Apologies and General Admissions of Fault: Amending the Federal Rules of Evidence, 72 Ohio St. L.J. 687 (2011).

(5/9/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on what we know and don't know about the role of apologies in resolving health care disputes was cited by the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review. Jason M. Solomon, What Is Civil Justice?, 44 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 317 (2010).

(5/2/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on what we know and don't know about the role of apologies in resolving health care disputes was cited by the Boston University Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on apologies and legal settlement was also cited. Jeremy A. Blumenthal & Terry L. Turnipseed, The Polling Place Priming (PPP) Effect: Is Voting in Churches (or Anywhere Else) Unconstitutional?, 91 B.U. L. Rev. 561 (2011).

(4/25/2011)

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Citation
Criminal Law and Procedure

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Professor Margareth Etienne's article on apologies and plea bargaining was cited by the University of Kansas Law Review. Colin Miller, Deal or No Deal: Why Courts Should Allow Defendants to Present Evidence that They Rejected Favorable Plea Bargains, 59 U. Kan. L. Rev. 407 (2011).

(4/11/2011)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists, with insights for interviewing and counseling clients, was cited by the Michigan State Law Review. Deborah L. Rhode, Lawyers as Leaders, 2010 Mich. St. L. Rev. 413 (2010).

(4/11/2011)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists, with insights for interviewing and counseling clients, was cited by the UMKC Law Review. Lynn D. Wardle, Counselors and Gatekeepers: The Professional Responsibilities of Family Lawyers in Divorce Cases, 79 UMKC L. Rev. 417 (2010).

(3/28/2011)

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Citation
Remedies

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was cited by the Missouri Law Review. Dane C. Martin, The Employees' Decade: Recent Developments Under the MHRA and the Employers' Potential Rebound, 75 Mo. L. Rev. 1349 (2010).

(3/21/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the South Carolina Law Review. Professor Robbennolt's article on apologies and legal settlement was also cited. Jean Galbraith, The Ethic of High Expectations, 62 S.C. L. Rev. 439 (2010).

(3/21/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on apologies and legal settlement was cited by the Washington University Journal of Law and Policy. Jonathan M. Hyman, Four Ways of Looking at a Lawsuit: How Lawyers Can Use the Cognitive Frameworks of Mediation, 34 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 11 (2010).

(3/21/2011)

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Citation
Torts

Professor Jennifer K. Robbennolt's article on determining punitive damages was cited by the University of Pennsylvania Law Review. Jeremy C. Baron, The “Monstrous Heresy” of Punitive Damages: A Comparison to the Death Penalty and Suggestions for Reform, 159 U. Pa. L. Rev. 853 (2011).

(3/14/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the Washington University Law Review. Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff, Just Negotiation, 88 Wash. U. L. Rev. 381 (2010).

(3/14/2011)

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Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal. Zachary Corey and Valerie P. Hans, Japan's New Lay Judge System: Deliberative Democracy in Action?, 12 Asian-Pac. L. & Pol'y J. 72 (2010).

(2/25/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jeffrey H. Goldfien's empirical assessment of conflict strategies and attitudes toward mediation styles was cited by the Akron Law Review. Stephen Meili, Collective Justice or Personal Gain? An Empirical Analysis of Consumer Class Action Lawyers and Named Plaintiffs, 44 Akron L. Rev. 67 (2011).

(2/18/2011)

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In The Media
Dispute Resolution

Professor Robbennolt's work on apologies was discussed in the Feb. 18 edition of Investor's Business Daily.

(2/1/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the Stanford Law Review. Scott Hershovitz, Harry Potter and the Trouble with Tort Theory, 63 Stan. L. Rev. 67 (2010).

(2/1/2011)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Jean R. Sternlight's article on why good lawyers should be good psychologists, with insights for interviewing and counseling clients, was cited by the Maine Law Review. Professor Robbennolt and co-author Jeffrey H. Goldfien's empirical assessment of conflict strategies and attitudes toward mediation styles was also cited. Robert Rubinson, Mapping the World: Facts and Meaning in Adjudication and Mediation, 63 Me. L. Rev. 61 (2010).

(1/25/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the Seattle University Law Review. Michael B. Runnels, Dispute Resolution & New Governance: Role of the Corporate Apology, 34 Seattle U. L. Rev. 481 (2011).

(1/18/2011)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on how good lawyers should be good psychologists was cited by Professional Lawyer. Deborah L. Rhode, Lawyers and Leadership, 20 No. 3 Prof. Law. 1 (2010).

(1/10/2011)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on attorneys, apologies, and settlement negotiation was cited by the Catholic University Law Review. Carrie Sperling, Priming Legal Negotiations through Written Demands, 60 Cath. U. L. Rev. 107 (2010).

(1/10/2011)

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Citation
Family Law

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson's article on legal planning for unmarried committed partners was cited by the Catholic University Law Review. Fredrick E. Vars, Toward a General Theory of Standards of Proof, 60 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1 (2010).

(12/20/2010)

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Citation
Criminal Law and Procedure

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Professor Margareth Etienne's article on apologies and plea bargaining was cited by the Missouri Law Review. Robert P. Mosteller, Protecting the Innocent: Part of the Solution for Inadequate Funding for Defenders, Not a Panacea for Targeting Justice, 75 Mo. L. Rev. 931 (2010).

(12/13/2010)

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Citation
Economics

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professor Thomas S. Ulen and Professor Robert Lawless' book on empirical methods in the law was cited by the Cardozo Law Review. Huyen Pham and Pham Hoang Van, The Economic Impact of Local Immigration Regulation: An Empirical Analysis, 32 Cardozo L. Rev. 485 (2010).

(12/13/2010)

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Citation
Judges

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on evaluating juries by comparison to judges was cited by the South Carolina Law Review. James J. Duane, The Federal Rule of Civil Procedure that was Changed by Accident: A Lesson in the Perils of Stylistic Revision, 62 S.C. L. Rev. 41 (2010).

(11/29/2010)

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Citation
Dispute Resolution

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's articles on apologies and legal settlements were cited by the Vermont Bar Journal. Angela M. Eastman, The Power of Apology and Forgiveness, 36 Vt. B.J. 55 (2010).

(11/29/2010)

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Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-authors Professors Robert Lawless and Thomas Ulen's casebook on empirical methods in law was cited by the Boston College Law Review. Corey Rayburn Yung, Judged by the Company You Keep: An Empirical Study of the Ideologies of Judges on the United States Courts of Appeals, 51 B.C. L. Rev. 1133 (2010).

(11/29/2010)

Jennifer Robbennolt

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Torts

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt and co-author Christina A. Studebaker's article on the effects of caps on punitive damages was cited by the Cornell Law Review. Daphna Kapeliuk, The Repeat Appointment Factor: Exploring Decision Patterns of Elite Investment Arbitrators, 96 Cornell L. Rev. 47 (2010).

(11/22/2010)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on interviewing and counseling clients was cited by the Richmond Journal of Global Law and Business. Don Peters, It Takes Two to Tango, and to Mediate: Legal Cultural and Other Factors Influencing United States and Latin American Lawyers' Resistance to Mediating Commercial Disputes, 9 Rich. J. Global L. & Bus. 381 (2010).

(11/22/2010)

Jennifer Robbennolt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Jennifer Robbennolt's article on the role of apologies in legal settlement negotiation was cited by the Saint Louis University Law Journal. Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff, Law and the Stable Self, 54 St. Louis U. L.J. 1173 (2010).

(11/15/2010)

Jennifer Robbennolt

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Criminal Law and Procedure

Professor Jennifer K. Robbennolt and co-author Professor Margareth Etienne's article on apologies and plea bargaining was cited by the University of Miami Law Review. Stephanie L. McAlister, Between South Beach and a Hard Place: The Underfunding of the Miami-Dade Public Defender's Office and the Resulting Ethical Double Standard, 64 U. Miami L. Rev. 1317 (2010).