Volume 51 | Issue 1

Volume 51 Issue One

Mary Joe Frug Memorial Symposium Extension Articles

Why Feminist Legal Theory Still Needs Mary Joe Frug: Thoughts on Conflicts in Feminism
Elizabeth M. Schneider

Symposium Issue
Behavioral Legal Ethics


A Behavioral Approach to Lawyer Mistake and Apology
Catherine Gage O’Grady
Ain’t Misbehaving: Ethical Pitfalls and Rest’s Model of Moral Judgment
Milton C. Regan, Jr. &
Nancy L. Sachs
Lawyers, Impression Management, and the Fear of Failure
Donald C. Langevoort
Lawyering Practice: Uncovering Unconscious Influences Before Rather Than After Errors Occur
Wallace J. Mlyniec
Moral Courage in Indigent Defense
Tigran W. Eldred


Crying Fowl Over Church’s Chicken Sandwich Trademark: How Employees Lose Ownership Rights to Their Ideas
Somto C. Ojukwu


Reading, Writing, and Rethinking Discipline: Evaluation of the Memoranda of Understanding Between Law Enforcement and School Districts in Massachusetts
Dara Yaffe
Whistleblowing from the Bench
Zachary J. Gregoricus
Shooting in High Definition: How Having Touch Policies in Place Makes the Use of Body Cameras in Law Enforcement Comport with the Fourth Amendment
Richard Shiller