This collection includes works of scholarship submitted by the faculty of Suffolk University Law School.

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Submissions from 2010

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Showcasing Diversity, Patrick S. Shin and Mitu Gulati

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The Blurred Boundaries of Social Networking in the Legal Field: Just 'Face' it, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

Submissions from 2009

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Scary Patents, Stephen M. McJohn

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Cognition, Law, Stories, Stephen M. McJohn and Lorie Graham

The Silliest Rule of Professional Conduct: Model Rule 5.2(b), Andrew M. Perlman aperlman@suffolk.edu

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The Substantive Principle of Equal Treatment, Patrick S. Shin

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Digital Pro Bono: Leveraging Technology to Provide Access to Justice, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

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What's on Your Playlist? The Power of Podcasts as a Pedagogical Tool, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

Submissions from 2008

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Patents: Hiding from History, Stephen M. McJohn

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Diversity v. Colorblindness, Patrick S. Shin

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An Empirical Study of Amici Curiae in Federal Court: A Fine Balance of Access, Efficiency, and Adversarial, Linda Sandstrom Simard

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Watch, Listen, and Learn, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

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Teaching in Practice: Legal Writing Faculty as Expert Writing Consultants to Law Firms, Kathleen Elliott Vinson and E. Joan Blum

Submissions from 2007

Unethical Obedience by Subordinate Attorneys: Lessons from Social Psychology, Andrew M. Perlman aperlman@suffolk.edu

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Road to Legal Writing Paved with Attention to Reader, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

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Why I Teach, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

Submissions from 2006

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A New Tool for Analyzing Intellectual Property, Stephen M. McJohn

Moving Beyond Zeal in the Rulemaking Process: A Reply to Professor Monroe Freedman, Andrew M. Perlman aperlman@suffolk.edu

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Vive La Difference? a Critical Analysis of the Justification of Sex-Dependent Workplace Restrictions on Dress and Grooming, Patrick S. Shin

Submissions from 2005

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Indigenous Peoples and Intellectual Property, Stephen M. McJohn and Lorie Graham

Untangling Ethics Theory from Attorney Conduct Rules: The Case of Inadvertent Disclosures, Andrew M. Perlman aperlman@suffolk.edu

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Compelling Interest, Forbidden Aim: The Antinomy of Grutter and Gratz, Patrick S. Shin

Meeting Expectations: Two Profiles for Specific Jurisdiction, Linda Sandstrom Simard

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Meeting Expectations: Two Profiles for Specific Jurisdiction, Linda Sandstrom Simard

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Improving Legal Writing: A Life-Long Learning Process and Continuing Professional Challenge, Kathleen Elliott Vinson