Scholarship

CERLP faculty actively contribute to ongoing scholarly and policy discussions through their academic and policy scholarship and policy-related publications. A sampling of their work is provided here.
  • Bryant G. Garth, Corporate Lawyers in Emerging Markets, 12 Ann. Rev. Law & Soc. Sci. 441 (2016).
  • Yves Dezalay & Bryant G. Garth, The Role ofLawyers in South and East Asia, inRoutledge Handbook of Asian Law 110 (Christoph Antons ed., 2016).
  • Yves Dezalay & Bryant G. Garth, ’Lords of the Dance’ as Double Agents: Elite Actors In and Around the Legal Field, 3 J. Orgs. & Profs. 188 (2016).
  • Ann Southworth, Bryant Garth & Catherine Fisk, Some Realism about Realism in Teaching about the Legal Profession, inThe New Legal Realism: Translating Law-and-Society for Today’s Legal Practice 74 (Elizabeth Mertz, Stewart Macaulay & Thomas W. Mitchell, eds., 2016).
  • Ronit Dinovitzer & Bryant Garth, Lawyers and The Legal Profession, inWiley: The Handbook on Law and Society 105 (Austin Sarat ed., 2015).
  • Bryant G. Garth, Notes Toward an Understanding of the U.S. Market in Foreign LL.M. Students: From the British Empire and the Inns of Court to U.S. LL.M., 22 Ind. J. L. & Globalization 62 (2015).
  • Bryant G. Garth, Legal Education Reform: New Regulations, Markets, and Competing Models of Supposed Deregulation, 83 B. Examiner 21 (2014).
  • Bryant G. Garth, Rebecca Sandefur & Joyce Sterling, Financing Legal Education – the View Twelve Years Out of Law School, inAfter the JD III: Third Results from a National Study of Legal Careers (Am. B. Found. & NALP Found. L. Career Res. & Educ. 2014).
  • Bryant G. Garth & Joyce Sterling, The Economic Downturn, inAfter the JD III: Third Results from a National Study of Legal Careers (Am. B. Found. & NALP Found. L. Career Res. & Educ. 2014).
  • Bryant G. Garth & Ronit Dinovitzer, Satisfaction, inAfter the JD III: Third Results from a National Study of Legal Careers (Am. B. Found. & NALP Found. L. Career Res. & Educ. 2014).
  • Yves Dezalay & Bryant G. Garth Elite European lawyers? The Common Market as New Golden Age or Missed Opportunity, inTransnational Power Elites: The European Complex in the Global Field of Power, (Niilo Kauppi & Mikael Rask Madsen eds., 2013).
  • Ronit Dinovitzer, Bryant G. Garth & Joyce S. Sterling, Buyers’ Remorse? An Empirical Assessment of the Desirability of a Lawyer Career, 63 J. Legal Educ. 211 (2013).
  • Ronit Dinovitzer & Bryant G. Garth, Lawyer Satisfaction in the Process of Structuring Legal Careers, inThe Law and Society Reader II (Erik Larson & Patrick Schmidt, eds., 2014).
  • Lawyers and the Construction of Transnational Justice (Yves Dezalay & Bryant Garth eds., 2012).
  • Lawyers and the Rule of Law in an Era of Globalization (Yves Dezalay & Bryant Garth eds., 2012).
  • Yves Dezalay & Bryant G, Garth, Asian Legal Revivals: Lawyers in the Shadow of Empire (2010).
  • Bryant G. Garth & Joyce Sterling, Exploring Inequality in the Corporate Law Firm Apprenticeship: Doing the Time, Finding the Love, 22 Geo. J. L. Ethics 1361 (2009).
  • Yves Dezalay & Bryant G. Garth, Re-Structuring States by Exporting Law: American Law Firms and the Genesis of a European Legal Market, in Paradoxes of European Legal Integration 75 (Hanne Peterson et al. eds., 2008).
  • “Lawyer Satisfaction in the Process of Structuring Legal Careers,” 41 Law and Society Review 1-50 (2007) (reprinted in The Law and Society Reader II (NYU Press 2014))(with Ronit Dinovitzer).
  • Yves Dezalay and Bryant Garth, “The Legal Construction of a Politics Of Notables: The Double Game of The Patricians of the Indian Bar in the Market of Civic Virtue,” 29 Retfærd. Nordic Legal Journal No. 3: pp. 42-63 (2006).
  • Robert L. Nelson, Ronit Dinovitzer, Bryant G. Garth, Joyce S. Sterling, Gita Z. Wilder & Terry K. Adams, Observations From the After the JD Survey of the Bar Class Of 2000, 24 Quinnipiac L. Rev. 539 (2006).
  • Bryant Garth, Lawyers in their Habitats: Law Firms Contemplating Transnational Mergers Should Start Thinking Like Anthropologists, Legal Affairs, Jan./Feb. 2006.
  • Sarah Parikh & Bryant G. Garth, Philip Corboy and the Construction of the Plaintiffs’ Personal Injury Bar, 30 Law & Soc. Inquiry 269 (2005).
  • Bryant G. Garth, Richard Sander, Joyce Sterling & Gita Z. Wilder, After the JD: First Results of a National Study of Legal Careers (Am. B. Found. & NALP Found. L. Career Res. & Educ. 2004).
  • Yves Dezalay & Bryant G. Garth, The Internationalization of Palace Wars: Lawyers, Economists and the Contest to Transform Latin American States (2002).
  • Yves Dezalay & Bryant G. Garth, Dealing in Virtue: International Commercial Arbitration and the Construction of a Transnational Legal Order (1996).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Feminist Legal Academics: Changing the Epistemology of American Law, in Gender and Careers in the Legal Academy (Ulrike Schultz ed., forthcoming).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, The Evolving Complexity of Dispute Resolution Ethics, 30 Geo. J.  Legal Ethics 389 (2017).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Ethical Ordering in Transnational Legal Practice? A Review of Catherine Rogers’ Ethics in International Arbitration,” 29 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 207 (2016).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, A Sociologia Comparada Das Advogadas: A Feminizacao da Profissao Juridica, 8(1) Panoptica 67 (2013).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Crisis in Legal Education? or The Other Things Law Students Should be Learning and Doing, 45 McGeorge L. Rev. 1 (2014).         
  • Erwin Chemerinsky & Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Don’t Skimp on Legal Training, N.Y. Times, Apr. 15, 2014.
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Too Many Lawyers? Or Should Lawyers Be Doing Other Things?  19(2-3) Int’l J. Legal Prof. 147 (2013).
  • David Ray Papke, Christine A. Cross, Melissa Cole Essig, Peter. H. Huang, Lenora P. Ledwon, Diane H. Mazur, Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Philip N. Meyer, Binny Miller & Sean O’Brian, Law and Popular Culture: Text, Notes, and Questions (2nd ed., 2012).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Styles and Skills of Legal Practice, in New Oxford Companion to Law (2007).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Lawyers and Legal Ethics, in Law and Popular Culture: Text, Notes, and Questions (2007).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Aha? Is Creativity Possible in Legal Problem Solving and Teachable in Legal Education? 6 Harv. Negot. L. Rev. 97 (2001).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Private Lives and Professional Responsibilities? The Relationship of Personal Morality to Lawyering and Professional Ethics, 21 Pace L. Rev. 365 (2001).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Knowledge Production in the Legal Academy, 9 J. L. & Pol’y 335 (2001).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Telling Stories in School: Using Case Studies and Stories to Teach Legal Ethics, 69 Fordham L. Rev. 787 (2000).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Teaching Gender and Negotiation: Of Sex, Truth and Videotapes, 16 Negot. J. 357 (2000).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Lawyers and Gender Differences, in Encyclopedia of Women and Crime 143 (2000).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, A Special Kind of Equality: Remarks for the Acceptance of the Wendy Webster Williams Award for Significant Contributions to Gender Equality Through Law on Behalf of Award Recipient The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 2 Geo.  J.  Gender & L. 149 (2000).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, The Sense and Sensibilities of Lawyers: Lawyering, Literature, Narrative and Ethical Choices About Career and Craft, 31 McGeorge L. Rev. 1 (1999).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, The Causes of Cause Lawyering: Toward An Understanding of the Motivations and Commitments of Social Justice Lawyers, in Cause Lawyering: Political Commitments and Professional Responsibilities (Austin Sarat & Stuart Scheingold eds., 1998).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Feminist Legal Pedagogy, in Feminist Jurisprudence, Women and the Law: Critical Essays, Research Agenda, and Bibliography 7 (Betty W. Taylor, Sharon Rush & John Munro eds., 1996).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow & Richard H. Sander, The Infusion Method at UCLA: Teaching Ethics Pervasively, 58 L. & Contemp. Probs. 129 (1996).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, What's Gender Got to Do With It? The Morality and Politics of an Ethics of Care, 22 NYU J. L. & Soc. Change 265 (1996).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Ancillary Practice and Conflicts of Interest: When Lawyer Ethics Rules Are Not Enough, 13(2) Alternatives 15 (1995).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Culture Clash in the Quality of Life in the Law: Changes in the Economics, Diversification and Organization of Lawyering, 44 Case W. Res. U. L. Rev. 621 (1994).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Professional Responsibility for Third Party Neutrals, 11(9) Alternatives 129 (1993).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Is Altruism Possible in Lawyering? 8 Ga St. L. Rev. 385 (1992).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Can A Law Teacher Avoid Teaching Legal Ethics, 41 J. Legal Educ. 3 (1991).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Durkheimian Epiphanies: The Importance of Engaged Social Science in Legal Studies, 18 Fla. St. L. Rev. 91 (1990).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Lying to Clients for Economic Gain or Paternalistic Judgment: A Proposal for A Golden Rule of Candor, 138 U. Pa. L. Rev. 761 (1990).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, The Feminization of the Legal Profession: The Comparative Sociology of Women Lawyers, in Lawyers in Society: Vol. 3 Comparative Theories (Richard Abel & Philip S. C. Lewis eds., 1989).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Exploring A Research Agenda of the Feminization of the Legal Profession: Theories of Gender and Social Change, 14 Law & Soc. Inquiry 289 (1989).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, The Comparative Sociology of Women Lawyers, 24 Osgoode Hall L. J. 897 (1986).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Feminist Legal Theory, Critical Legal Studies, and Legal Education or the 'Fem‑Crits' Go to Law School, 38 J. Legal Educ. 61 (1988).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Excluded Voices: New Voices in the Legal Profession Making New Voices in the Law, 42 U. Miami L .Rev. 29 (1987).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, The Invisible Bar: A History of Women Lawyers, L.A. Times, Nov. 9, 1986.
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Two Contradictory Criticisms of Clinical Legal Education: Dilemmas and Directions in Lawyering Education, 4 Antioch L. J. 287 (1986).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Portia in A Different Voice: Speculations on A Women's Lawyering Process, 1 Berkeley Women's L. J. 39 (1985).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Too Little Theory, Too Little Practice: Steven's Law School, 10 Am. B. F. Res. J. 675 (1985).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Chicago Lawyers, 13(3) Contemp. Soc. 355 (1984).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Women in Law? A Review of Cynthia Fuchs Epstein’s Women in Law, 8 Am.B. F. Res. J. 189 (1983).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Radicalizing Law Students of the Eighties, 21 Radical Teacher 26 (1982).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Women as Law Teachers: Toward The Feminization of Legal Education, in Monograph III Humanistic Education in Law: Essays on the Application of Humanistic Education in Law (1981).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, The Legacy of Clinical Education: Theories About Lawyering, 29 Clev. St. L. Rev. 555‑575 (1980).
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, The Inevitable Interplay of Title VII and the National Labor Relations Act: A New Role for the NLRB, 123 U. Pa. L. Rev. 158 (1974).
  • Carroll Seron, Afterward: A Comparative Look at the Status of Women in the Legal Profession, 20 Ind J. Global Legal Stud. 1359 (2013).
  • Carroll Seron, A Law School for the Century: A Portrait of the Inaugural Class at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, 1 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 49 (2011).
  • Carroll Seron, The Urban Advantage: Comments on After the JD, 36 Sw. L. Rev. 529 (2007).
  • Carroll Seron, The Status of Legal Professionalism at the Close of the Twentieth Century: Chicago Lawyers and Urban Lawyers, 32 Law & Soc. Inquiry 581 (2007).
  • Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Carroll Seron, Bonnie Ogliensky & Robert Saute, The Part-time Paradox: Time Norms, Professional Life, Family and Gender (1999).
  • Carroll Seron, The Business of Practicing Law: The Work Lives of Solo and Small-Firm Attorneys (1996).
  • Ann Southworth, Lawyers and the Conservative Counterrevolution, Law & Soc. Inquiry (forthcoming 2019) 
  • Ann Southworth, The American Legal Profession in the New Millennium: Out of Many, One? (with Carroll Seron, Scott Cummings, Anna Raup-Kounovsky, Rebecca Sandefur, Steven Boutcher, in Lawyers in the 21st Century (eds. Richard Abel, Ulrike Shultz, Ole Hammerslev, Hilary Sommerland) (Hart) (forthcoming 2019) 
  • Ann Southworth, The Legal Profession: Ethics in Contemporary Practice, 2nd Ed (with Catherine Fisk) (West Academic, forthcoming 2018)
  • Ann Southworth, The Consequences of Citizens United: What Do the Lawyers Say? 93 Chicago-Kent L. Rev. 101 (2018).
  • Ann Southworth, Elements of the Support Structure for Campaign Finance Litigation in the Roberts Court, 43 Law & Soc. Inquiry 319-59 (2018).
  • Ann Southworth, Our Fragmented Profession, 30 Geo J. Legal Ethics 431 (2017).
  • Ann Southworth, Bryant Garth & Catherine Fisk, Some Realism about Realism in Teaching about the Legal Profession, in The New Legal Realism: Translating Law-and-Society for Today’s Legal Practice 74 (Elizabeth Mertz, Stewart Macaulay & Thomas W. Mitchell, eds., 2016).
  • Ann Southworth & Catherine L. Fisk, The Legal Profession: Ethics in Contemporary Practice (2014).
  • Anthony Paik, John P. Heinz & Ann Southworth, Political Lawyers: The Structure of a National Network, 36 Law & Soc. Inquiry 892 (2011). 
  • Ann Southworth, Anthony Paik & John P. Heinz, Lawyers in National Policymaking, in The Paradox of Professionalism: Law and the Possibility of Justice (Scott Cummings ed., 2011).
  • Ann Southworth & Catherine L. Fisk, Our Institutional Commitment to Teaching About the Legal Profession, 1 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 73 (2011).
  • Scott L. Cummings & Ann Southworth, Between Profit and Principle: The Private Public Interest Firm, in Private Lawyers and the Public Interest: The Evolving Role of Pro Bono in the Legal Profession (Robert Granfield & Lynn Mather eds., 2009).
  • Ann Southworth, Lawyers of the Right: Professionalizing the Conservative Coalition (2008).
  • Anthony Paik, Ann Southworth & John P. Heinz, Lawyers of the Right: Networks and Organization, 32 Law & Soc. Inquiry 883 (2007). 
  • Ann Southworth, Conservative Lawyers and the Contest Over the Meaning of Public Interest Law, 52 U.C.L.A. Law Review 1223 (2005). 
  • Ann Southworth, Professional Identity and Political Commitment among Lawyers for Conservative Causes, in The Worlds Cause Lawyers Make (Austin Sarat & Stuart Scheingold, Stanford University Press 2005).
  • John P. Heinz, Anthony Paik & Ann Southworth, Lawyers for Conservative Causes: Clients, Ideology, and Social Distance, 37 L. & Soc'y Rev. 5 (2003)
  • Ann Southworth, The Rights Revolution and Support Structures for Rights Advocacy, 34 L. & Soc'y Rev. 1203 (2000).
  • Ann Southworth, Lawyers and the ‘Myth of Rights’ in Civil Rights and Poverty Practice, 8 Bos. U. Pub. Int. L. J. 469 (1999).
  • Ann Southworth, Business Planning for the Destitute? Lawyers as Facilitators in Civil Rights and Poverty Practice, 1996 Wis L. Rev. 1121 (1996).
  • Ann Southworth, Lawyer-Client Decisionmaking in Civil Rights and Poverty Practice: An Empirical Study of Lawyers' Norms, 9 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 1101 (1996).
  • Erin York Cornwell, Emily S. Taylor Poppe & Megan Doherty Bea, Networking in the Shadow of the Law: Informal Access to Legal Expertise through Personal Network Ties. 51 Law & Soc’y Rev. 635 (2017).
  • Emily S. Taylor Poppe, Homeowner Legal Representation in the Foreclosure Crisis, 13 J. Empirical L. Stud. 809 (2016).
  • Emily S. Taylor Poppe & Jeffrey J. Rachlinski, Do Lawyers Matter? The Effect of Legal Representation in Civil Disputes, 43 Pepp. L. Rev. 881 (2016), reprinted in Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr. et al, The Law and Ethics of Lawyering (6th ed. 2017).
  • Judith A. McMorrow, Sida Liu & Benjamin van Rooij, Lawyer Discipline in an Authoritarian Regime: Empirical Insights from Zhejiang Province, China, 30 Geo J. Legal Ethics 267 (2017).
  • Benjamin van Rooij, Weak Enforcement, Strong Deterrence: Dialogues with Chinese Lawyers About Tax Evasion and Compliance, 41 Law & Soc. Inquiry 288 (2016).