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Faculty Scholarships
 

Author: David B. Wexler

Books
  • Rehabilitating Lawyers: Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Criminal Law Practice (2008) (editor & author of Introduction xvii, Author’s Closing Comments 140, and Crime Victims, Law Students, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence Training 323).
  • Judging in a Therapeutic Key:  Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts (2003) (co-editor, with Bruce J. Winick).
  • Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  Law as a Helping Profession (2000) (co-editor, with Dennis P. Stolle & Bruce J. Winick).
  • Law in a Therapeutic Key:  Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence (1996) (co-editor, with Bruce J. Winick).
  • Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence (1991) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  The Law as Therapeutic Agent (1990) (editor & author of Introduction to Therapeutic Jurisprudence 3).
  • Mental Health Law:  Major Issues (1981).
  • Report on the Mental Health Services Act (1976) (co-author, with Kenney Hegland).
  • Criminal Commitments and Dangerous Mental Patients:  Legal Issues of Confinement, Treatment, and Release (1976), excerpted in 58 Prison J. 3 (Spring-Summer 1978).
  • Guidelines for the Use of Behavioral Procedures in State Programs for the Retarded (National Association for Retarded Citizens Monograph, 1975) (co-author, with Jack G. May, T. Risley, S. Bijou, S. Twardosz, & P. Friedman).
  • Cases and Materials on Prison Inmate Legal Assistance (1973).
  • The Law of Detainers (1973).
  • Cases and Materials on Prison Inmate Legal Assistance (1971).
Articles in Books
  • That’s What Friends Are For:  Mentors, LAP Lawyers, Therapeutic Jurisprudence, and Clients with Mental Illness, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 11-33 (2011).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Restorative Justice and Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  All in the Family, in Restorative Justice Today:  Practical Applications 27 (Katherine S. van Wormer & Lorenn Walker eds., 2012).
  • Victim Legal Clinics and Legal System Victim Impact Statements:  Addressing the Therapeutic Aspects of Victim Participation in Justice, in Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Victim Participation in Justice:  International Perspectives 89 (Edna Erez, Michael Kilchling, & Jo-Anne Wemmers eds., 2011).
  • Promoting Societal and Juridical Receptivity to Rehabilitation: The Role of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, in Court-Supervised Treatment Alternatives to Incarceration for Drug-Dependent Offenders: The Drug Policy Agenda ___ (Caroline S. Cooper & Antonio Lomba eds., forthcoming 2011) (co-author, with Michael S. King).
    Available at: SSRN

  • Jurisprudencia Terapeutica: Como Podem os Tribunais Contribuir para a Rehabilitacao Dos Transgressores, in Psicologia e Justica 421 (Antonio Castro Fonseca ed., 2008).
  • The TJ Criminal Lawyer: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Criminal Law Practice, in The Affective Assistance of Counsel 367 (Marjorie Silver ed., 2007).
  • Interviewing Offenders: A Therapeutic Jurisprudential Approach, in Offenders' Memories of Violent Crimes 355 (Sven A. Christianson ed., 2007) (co-author, with Ulf Holmberg & Sven A. Christianson).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence, in Justice as a Basic Human Need 61 (Anthony J. W. Taylor ed., 2006).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence: It's Not Just for Problem-Solving Courts and Calendars Anymore, in National Center for State Courts, Future Trends in State Courts 2004 87 (2004).
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  • The Development of Therapeutic Jurisprudence: From Theory to Practice, in The Evolution of Mental Health Law 279 (Lynda E. Frost & Richard J. Bonnie eds., 2001).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence: New Directions in Law/Mental Health Scholarship, in Mental Health and Law:  Research, Policy, and Services 357 (Bruce D. Sales & Saleem A. Shah eds., 1996).
  • Low Serotonin Function and the Therapeutic Power of Criminal Law, in The Neurotransmitter Revolution:  Serotonin, Social Behavior, and the Law 215 (Roger D. Masters & Michael T. McGuire eds., 1994).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence: A New Approach to Mental Health Law (co-author, with Robert F. Schopp), in Handbook of Psychology and Law 361 (D. Kagehiro and William S. Laufer eds., 1992).
  • The Potential of Therapeutic Jurisprudence: A New Approach to Psychology and the Law (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick), in Law and Psychology:  The Broadening of the Discipline 211 (James R.P. Ogloff ed., 1992).
  • Toward a Therapeutic Jurisprudence, in Law and Mental Health:  Major Developments and Research Needs 185 (Saleem A. Shah & Bruce D. Sales eds., 1991).
  • Incompetency, Insanity, and Involuntary Civil Commitment, in Mental Health and Criminal Justice 139 (Linda A. Teplin ed., 1984).
  • Legal Aspects of Seclusion and Restraint, in The Psychiatric Uses of Seclusion and Restraint 111 (Kenneth Tardiff ed. 1984).
  • Implementing a New Commitment Law in the Community: Practical Problems for Professionals (co-author, with Allan Beigel & Kenney Hegland), in Law and the Mental Health Professions:  Friction at the Interface 273 (Walter E. Barton & Charlotte J. Sanborn eds., 1978).
Articles
  • The International and Interdisciplinary Project to Mainstream Therapeutic Jurisprudence (TJ) in Criminal Courts:  An Update, a Law School Component, and an Invitation, ___ Alaska J. Dis. Res. ___ (forthcoming 2014).
    Available at: SSRN
  • New Wine in New Bottles: The Need to Sketch a Therapeutic Jurisprudence “Code” of Proposed Criminal Processes and Practice, ___ Phoenix L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2014).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Synergizing Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Positive Criminology, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 13-33 (2013) (co-author, with Tali Gal).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Getting and Giving: What Therapeutic Jurisprudence Can Get From and Give To Positive Criminology, 6 Phoenix L. Rev. 907 (2013).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Employing the “Last Best Offer” Approach in Criminal Settlement Conferences:  The Therapeutic Application of an Arbitration Technique in Judicial Mediation, 6 Phoenix L. Rev. 843 (2013) (co-author, with Michael D. Jones).
    Available at: SSRN
  • All Eyes and Ears on TJ: A Collection of Videos and Audios Relating to Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 12-37 (2012) (co-author, with Samira Yassin Hernández & Lonny García Hernández).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Foreword: An Unshackled Law Review and Its Ground-Breaking Annual Issue on Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Comprehensive Law, 5 Phoenix L. Rev. 671 (2012).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Elevating Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Structural Suggestions for Promoting a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Perspective in the Appellate Courts, 5 Phoenix L. Rev. 777 (2012).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence Across the Law School Curriculum: 2012, 5 Phoenix Law Review 791 (2012).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Lawyer-Assistance-Program Attorneys and the Practice of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 47 Court Review 64 (2011).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Family-Friendly Criminal Law Practice, 17 Barry L. Rev. 7 (2011).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Advice for the U.S. Sentencing Commissioners: The Relevance of Therapeutic Jurisprudence and its Literature, 23 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 278 (2011).
    Available at: SSRN
  • From Theory to Practice and Back Again in Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Now Comes the Hard Part, 37 Monash U. L. Rev. 33 (2011).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Retooling Reintegration: A Reentry Moot Court, 2 Chapman J. Crim. Just. 191 (2011).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Criminal Law Practice, and Relationship-Centered Lawyering, 2 Chapman J. Crim. Just. 93 (2011).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and its Application to Criminal Justice Research and Development, 7 Irish Probation J. 94 (2010).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Puerto Rico: An Introduction to the Special Issue, 78 Rev. Jur. U.P.R. 1 (2009).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Legal Landscapes, and Form Reform: The Case of Diversion, 10 Fla. Coastal L. Rev. 361 (2009).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Two Decades of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 24 Touro L. Rev. 17 (2008).
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  • Adding Color to the White Paper: Time for a Robust Reciprocal Relationship between Procedural Justice and Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 44 Court Rev. 78 (2008).
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  • Not Such a Party Pooper: An Attempt to Accommodate (Many of) Professor Quinn's Concerns About Therapeutic Jurisprudence Criminal Defense Lawyering, 48 B.C. L. Rev. 597 (2007), reprinted in Rehabilitating Lawyers: Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Criminal Law Practice 129 (David B. Wexler ed., 2008).
    Available at: SSRN | Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • The Use of Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Law School Clinical Education: Transforming the Criminal Law Clinic, 13 Clinical L. Rev. 605 (2006) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick), reprinted in Rehabilitating Lawyers: Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Criminal Law Practice 303 (David B. Wexler ed., 2008).
    Available at: SSRN | Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Readiness for Rehabilitation, 8 Fla. Coastal L. Rev. 111 (2006), reprinted in Rehabilitating Lawyers: Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Criminal Law Practice 169 (David B. Wexler ed., 2008).
    Available at: SSRN | Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • A Tripartite Framework for Incorporating Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Criminal Law Education, Research, and Practice, 7 Fla. Coastal L. Rev. 95 (2005), reprinted in Rehabilitating Lawyers: Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Criminal Law Practice 11 (David B. Wexler ed., 2008).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Rehabilitative Role of the Criminal Defense Lawyer, 17 St. Thomas L. Rev. 743 (2005), reprinted in Rehabilitating Lawyers: Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Criminal Law Practice 20 (David B. Wexler ed., 2008).
    Available at: SSRN | Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Spain's JVP (Juez de Vigilancia Penitenciaria) Legal Structure as a Potential Model for a Re-Entry Court, 7 Contemp. Issues in Law 1 (2003/2004).
  • Introduction: Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 7 Contemp. Issues in Law vii (2003/2004) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence (Symposium: The Fifteenth Annual Supreme Court Review), 20 Touro L. Rev. 353 (2004).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • El Juez de Vigilancia Penitenciaria: Un Modelo para la Creación de Juzgados de Reinserción en las Jurisdicciones Angloamericanas en Aplicación de los Principios del "Derecho Terapéutico," 2 Revista Española de Investigación Criminólogica (2004) (co-author, with Jeanine Calderón).
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  • Introduccion a "Therapeutic Jurisprudence" (TJ) y Su Applicacion en el Campo de Menores, in 4 Cursos de Derecho Humanos de Donostia-San Sebastian 423 (2003).
  • Putting Therapeutic Jurisprudence to Work, 89 A.B.A. J. 54 (May 2003) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Foreword: Expanding the Role of the Defense Lawyer and Criminal Court Judge Through Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 38 Crim. L. Bull. 200 (2002) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick).
  • Some Reflections on Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Practice of Criminal Law, 38 Crim. L. Bull. 205 (2002).
  • Drug Treatment Court: Therapeutic Jurisprudence Applied, 18 Touro L. Rev. 479 (2002) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick), reprinted in Judging in a Therapeutic Key:  Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts 106 (Bruce J. Winick & David B. Wexler eds., 2003).
  • Lowering the Volume through Legal Doctrine: A Promising Path for Therapeutic Jurisprudence Scholarship, 3 Fla. Coastal L.J. 123 (2002), excerpted in Judging in a Therapeutic Key:  Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts 320 (Bruce J. Winick & David B. Wexler eds., 2003).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Legal Education: Where Do We Go From Here? 71 Rev. Jur. U.P.R. 177 (2002).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Reflessioni Su Di Una Concezione Postliberale del Diritto e della Pena, 12 Ressegna Italiana di Criminologia 355 (2001) (co-author, with S. Ciappi, G. Traverso, & F. Agrait).
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  • Robes and Rehabilitation: How Judges Can Help Offenders Make Good, 38 Ct. Rev. 18 (Spring 2001), excerpted in Judging in a Therapeutic Key:  Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts 249 (Bruce J. Winick & David B. Wexler eds., 2003).
    Available at: Lexis
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence: An Overview, 17 T.M. Cooley L. Rev. 125 (2000), revised and reprinted in Rehabilitating Lawyers: Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Criminal Law Practice 3 (David B. Wexler ed., 2008).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Introduction: Therapeutic Jurisprudence in the Appellate Arena, 24 Seattle U. L. Rev 217 (2000), excerpted in Judging in a Therapeutic Key:  Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts 313 (Bruce J. Winick & David B. Wexler eds., 2003).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Just Some Juvenile Thinking about Delinquent Behavior: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Approach to Relapse Prevention Planning and Youth Advisory Juries, 69 UMKC L. Rev. 93 (2000), reprinted in 5 Contemp. Issues in Law 57 (2000/2001) and in Judging in a Therapeutic Key:  Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts 189 (Bruce J. Winick & David B. Wexler eds., 2003).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Introduction to the Therapeutic Jurisprudence Symposium, 41 Ariz. L. Rev. 263 (1999).
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  • Preface: A New Model for the Practice of Law, 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 795 (1999) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick & Edward A. Dauer).
    Available at: Westlaw | Lexis
  • The Development of Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  From Theory to Practice, 68 Revista Juridica Universidad de Puerto Rico 691 (1999).
    Available at: SSRN | Hein Online
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Culture of Critique, 10 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 263 (1999), reprinted in Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  Law as a Helping Profession 449 (Dennis P. Stolle, David B. Wexler, & Bruce J. Winick eds., 2000).
    Available at: SSRN | Hein Online
  • Relapse Prevention Planning for Criminal Law Practice, 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 1028 (1999), reprinted in Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  Law as a Helping Profession 237 (Dennis P. Stolle, David B. Wexler, & Bruce J. Winick eds., 2000).
    Available at: Westlaw | Lexis
  • The Argument Culture and the Courts, 35 Ct. Rev. 4 (1998) (reviewing Deborah Tannen, The Argument Culture:  Moving from Debate to Dialogue (1998)).
    Available at: Lexis
  • Better Legal Counseling through Empirical Research: Identifying Psycholegal Soft Spots and Strategies, 34 Cal. W. L. Rev. 439 (1998) (co-author, with Marc W. Patry, Dennis P. Stolle, & Alan J. Tomkins), reprinted in Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  Law as a Helping Profession 69 (Dennis P. Stolle, David B. Wexler, & Bruce J. Winick eds., 2000).
  • Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Psycholegal Soft Spots and Strategies, 67 Revista Juridica Universidad de Puerto Rico 317 (1998), reprinted in Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  Law as a Helping Profession 45 (Dennis P. Stolle, David B. Wexler, & Bruce J. Winick eds., 2000).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Preventive Law: A Combined Concentration to Invigorate the Everyday Practice of Law, 39 Ariz. L. Rev. 25 (1997) (co-author, with Dennis P. Stolle).
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  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence in a Comparative Law Context, 15 Behav. Sci. & L. 233 (1997), reprinted in Psychology and Law in a Changing World:  New Trends in Theory, Practice and Research 221 (Giovanni B. Traverso & Lara Bagnoli eds., 2001).
  • Integrating Preventive Law and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: A Law and Psychology Based Approach to Lawyering, 34 Cal. W. L. Rev 15 (1997) (co-author, with Dennis P. Stolle, Bruce J. Winick, & Edward A. Dauer), reprinted in Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  Law as a Helping Profession 5 (Dennis P. Stolle, David B. Wexler, & Bruce J. Winick eds., 2000).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Preventive Law and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: A Symbiotic Relationship, 16 Preventive L. Rep. 4 (Summer 1997) (co-author, with Dennis P. Stolle).
  • How the Law Can Use What Works: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Look at Recent Research in Rehabilitation, 15 Behav. Sci. & L. 365 (1997) (reviewing James McGuire ed., What Works:  Reducing Reoffending (1995)).
  • Some Therapeutic Jurisprudence Implications of the Outpatient Civil Commitment of Pregnant Substance Abusers, 15 Pol. & Life Sci. 73 (1996), reprinted in Law in a Therapeutic Key:  Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 145 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1996).
  • Teen Court: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Perspective, 32 Crim. L. Bull. 342 (1996) (co-author, with Allison R. Shiff).
  • Some Thoughts and Observations on the Teaching of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 35 Revista de Derecho Puertorriqueno 273 (1996).
  • Applying the Law Therapeutically, 5 Applied & Preventive Psychol. 179 (1996), reprinted in Law in a Therapeutic Key:  Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 831 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1996).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Clinical Practice, 153 Am. J. Psychiatry 453 (1996).
  • Reflections on the Scope of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 1 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 220 (1995), reprinted in Law in a Therapeutic Key:  Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 811 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1996).
    Available at: Westlaw | Lexis
  • New Approaches to Mental Health Law: Will the U.K. Follow the U.S. Lead, Again? 1994 J. Soc. Welfare & Fam. L. 79 (co-author, with David Carson), reprinted in Law in a Therapeutic Key:  Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 633 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1996).
  • An Orientation to Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 20 New Eng. J. Crim. & Civ. Confinement 259 (1994).
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  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Changing Conceptions of Legal Scholarship, 11 Behav. Sci. & L. 17 (1993), reprinted in Law in a Therapeutic Key:  Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 597 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1996).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Criminal Courts, 35 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 279 (1993), reprinted in Law in a Therapeutic Key:  Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 157 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1996) and excerpted in Judging in a Therapeutic Key:  Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts 165 (Bruce J. Winick & David B. Wexler eds., 2003).
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  • Patients, Professionals and the Path of Therapeutic Jurisprudence: A Response to Petrila, 10 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 907 (1993) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick), reprinted in Law in a Therapeutic Key:  Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 707 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1996).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw
  • New Directions in Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Breaking the Bounds of Conventional Mental Health Law Scholarship, 10 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 759 (1993), Spanish version published in 85 Universitas 319 (1993).
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  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Criminal Justice Mental Health Issues, 16 Mental & Physical Disability L. Rep. 225 (1992) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick), reprinted in 3 The Role of Mental Illness in Criminal Trials 311 (Jane Campbell Moriarty ed.,2001).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw
  • Cognitive Restructuring Through Law: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Approach to Sex Offenders and the Plea Process, 15 U. Puget Sound L. Rev. 579 (1992) (co-author, with Jeffrey A. Klotz, Bruce D. Sales, & Judith V. Becker).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw
  • Putting Mental Health into Mental Health Law: Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 16 Law & Hum. Behav. 27 (1992), reprinted in Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 3 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick 1991).
  • Justice, Mental Health, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 40 Clev. St. L. Rev. 517 (1992), reprinted in Law in a Therapeutic Key:  Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 713 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1996).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Health Care Compliance Principles and the Insanity Acquittee Conditional Release Process, 27 Crim. L. Bull. 18 (1991), reprinted in Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 199 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1991), and as Health Care Compliance Principles and the Judiciary in Judging in a Therapeutic Key:  Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts 213 (Bruce J. Winick & David B. Wexler eds., 2003).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence as a New Approach to Mental Health Policy Analysis and Research, 45 U. Miami L. Rev. 979 (1991) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick), reprinted in Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 303 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1991).
    Available at: Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Training in Law and Behavioral Science: Issues from a Legal Educator's Perspective, 8 Behav. Sci. & L. 197 (1990), reprinted in Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 293 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1991).
  • Insanity Issues after Hinckley: Time for a Change, 35 Contemp. Psychol. 1068 (1990).
  • Inducing Therapeutic Compliance through the Criminal Law, 14 Law & Psychol. Rev. 43 (1990), reprinted in Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 187 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1991).
  • Shooting Yourself in the Foot with Due Care: Psychotherapists and Crystallized Standards of Tort Liability, 17 J. Psychiatry & L. 163 (1989) (co-author, with Robert F. Schopp), reprinted in Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 157 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1991).
  • How and When to Correct for Juror Hindsight Bias in Mental Health Malpractice Litigation: Some Preliminary Observations, 7 Behav. Sci. & L. 485 (1989) (co-author, with Robert F. Schopp), reprinted in Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 135 (David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick eds., 1991).
  • In Memoriam: Elyce Zenoff, 57 George Wash. L. Rev. 9 (1988).
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  • Reforming the Law in Action through Empirically Grounded Civil Commitment Guidelines, 39 Hosp. & Community Psychiatry 402 (1988).
  • Life Services Planning: Counseling Elderly and Disabled Clients, 73 A.B.A. J. 102 (Jan. 1987) (co-author, with John H. Pickering).
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  • Grave Disability and Family Therapy: The Therapeutic Potential of Civil Libertarian Commitment Codes, 9 Int'l J. L. & Psychiatry 39 (1986), reprinted in Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  The Law as Therapeutic Agent 165 (David B. Wexler ed., 1990).
  • National Center for State Courts' Guidelines for Involuntary Civil Commitment, 10 Mental & Physical Disability L. Rep. 409 (1986) (contributor).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Seclusion and Restraint in 1985: A Review and Update, 36 Hosp. & Community Psychiatry 652 (1985) (co-author, with Soloff & Gutheil), reprinted in Management of Violent Behavior (American Psychiatric Association 1988).
  • APA’s Model Law: A Commitment Code by and for Psychiatrists, 36 Hosp. & Community Psychiatry 919 (1985).
  • The "Offense-Victim" Insanity Limitation: A Rejoinder, 27 Ariz. L. Rev. 335 (1985).
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  • Redefining the Insanity Problem, 53 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 528 (1985), excerpted in Law Review Digest (1986).
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  • An Offense-Victim Approach to Insanity Defense Reform, 26 Ariz. L. Rev. 17 (1984), abridged and reprinted in 8 Mental & Physical Disability L. Rep. 146 (1984), excerpted in John Kaplan & Robert Weisberg, Criminal Law 919 (1986), and consolidated and abridged under the title After Hinckley: New Directions for the Insanity Defense, in Philosophy of Law 578 (Joel Feinberg & Hyman Gross eds., 3d ed. 1986).
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  • Committing Insanity Acquittees: Keeping Up with the Jones Case, 8 Am. Acad. Psychiatry & L. Newsl. 35 (Sept. 1983).
  • The Inappropriateness of "Least Restrictive Alternative" Analysis for Involuntary Procedures with the Institutionalized Mentally Ill, 11 J. Psychiatry & L. 7 (1983) (co-author, with Thomas G. Gutheil & Paul S. Appelbaum).
  • The Structure of Civil Commitment: Patterns, Pressures, and Interactions in Mental Health Legislation, 7 Law & Hum. Behav. 1 (1983).
  • Predicting Violence: Is the Crystal Ball in Your Court? 27 Contemp. Psychol. 109 (1982).
  • Inappropriate Patient Confinement and Appropriate State Advocacy, 45 Law & Contemp. Probs. 193 (1982), reprinted in Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  The Law as Therapeutic Agent 347 (David B. Wexler ed., 1990).
  • Seclusion and Restraint: Lessons from Law, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 5 Int'l J.L. & Psychiatry 285 (1982).
  • The National Commission on the Insanity Defense: An Attempt to Restore Sanity to Mental Health Law Reform Efforts, 3 U. Ariz. L. Rec., Fall/Winter 1982, at 5, adapted and abridged in 2 Writ, Feb. 1983, at 1, and consolidated and abridged under the title After Hinckley: New Directions for the Insanity Defense, in Philosophy of Law 578 (Joel Feinberg & Hyman Gross eds., 3d ed. 1986).
  • Inappropriate Patient Confinement and Appropriate State Advocacy, 45 Law & Contemp. Probs. 193 (1982).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Some Research and Policy Implications of "Dialectics in the Discourse of Law and Psychiatry", 3 Int'l J.L. & Psychiatry 343 (1980).
  • Mental Health Law: Entering the Eighties, 9 Hum. Rts. 24 (1980).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Victimology and Mental Health Law: An Agenda, 66 Va. L. Rev. 681 (1980), excerpted in Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  The Law as Therapeutic Agent 237 (David B. Wexler ed., 1990).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Doctor-Patient Dialogue: A Second Opinion on Talk Therapy Through Law, 90 Yale L.J. 458 (1980) (reviewing Robert Burt, Taking Care of Strangers:  The Rule of Law in Doctor-Patient Relations (1979)).
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  • Patients, Therapists, and Third Parties: The Victimology Virtues of Tarasoff, 2 Int'l J. L. & Psychiatry 1 (1979), reprinted in Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  The Law as Therapeutic Agent 201 (David B. Wexler ed., 1990).
  • Comments and Questions about Mental Health Law in Hawaii, 13 Hawaii B.J. 3 (Winter, 1978).
  • Mental Health and Human Rights: Report of the Task Panel on Legal and Ethical Issues, 20 Ariz. L. Rev. 49 (1978) (contributor).
  • The Waivability of Recommitment Hearings, 20 Ariz. L. Rev. 175 (1978), excerpted in Law and the Mental Health System 486 (Ralph Reisner ed., 1985).
  • A Definite Maybe: Proof and Probability in Civil Commitment, 2 Law & Hum. Behav. 37 (1978) (co-author, with John Monahan), excerpted in Social Science in Law 191 (John Monahan & Laurens Walker 1985).
  • Criminal Commitment Contingency Structures, in The Criminal Justice System 121 (Bruce D. Sales ed., 1977), reprinted in Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  The Law as Therapeutic Agent 23 (David B. Wexler ed., 1990).
  • Current Currents in Institutionalization, 14 San Diego L. Rev. 979 (1977).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Arizona's Mental Health Services Act: An Overview and an Analysis of Proposed Amendments, 19 Ariz. L. Rev. 313 (1977) (co-author, with Daniel W. Shuman & Kenney F. Hegland).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Behavior Modification and Legal Developments, 18 Am. Behav. Scientist 679 (1975).
  • Reflections on the Legal Regulation of Behavior Modification in Institutional Settings, 17 Ariz. L. Rev. 132 (1975), reprinted in Annual Review of Behavior Therapy (Franks & Wilson eds., 1976).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Behavior Modification and Other Behavior Change Procedures: The Emerging Law and the Proposed Florida Guidelines, 11 Crim. L. Bull. 600 (1975), reprinted in 27 U. Va. L. Wkly. Dicta Compilation 197 (1975), and in Current Trends for the Developmentally Disabled 25 (Margo S. Berkler et al. eds., 1978).
  • The Surfacing of Behavioral Jurisprudence, 3 Behaviorism 173 (Fall 1975).
  • The Alien Criminal Defendant: An Examination of Immigration Law Principles for Criminal Law Practice, 10 Crim. L. Bull. 289 (1974), reprinted in 2 Immigr. & Nationality L. Rev. 285 (1978-79).
  • Of Rights and Reinforcers, 11 San Diego L. Rev. 957 (1974), reprinted in Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine ___ (John Arras & Robert Hunt ed., 2d ed. 1983).
  • Mental Health Law and the Movement Toward Voluntary Treatment, 62 Cal. L. Rev. 671 (1974), excerpted in The Mental Health Process 552 (Frank W. Miller et al., 2d ed. 1976).
  • Token and Taboo: Behavior Modification, Token Economics, and the Law, 61 Cal. L. Rev. 81 (1973), reprinted in The Mental Health Process 76 (Frank W. Miller et al., 2d ed. 1976), in Readings in Law and Psychiatry 377 (Richard C. Allen et al. eds., rev. & expanded ed. 1975), in U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, Individual Rights and the Federal Role in Behavior Modification (1974), in 1 Behaviorism 1 (Summer 1973), in Annual Review of Behavior Therapy (Franks & Wilson eds., 1974), in Theory and Research in Abnormal Psychology 341 (David L. Rosenhan & Perry London eds., 1974), and in 5 Mental Health Dig. (1973).
  • Therapeutic Justice, 57 Minn. L. Rev. 289 (1972), also published as a technical paper in The Report of the National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse (1973), and reprinted in Legal Aspects of Drug Dependence 65 (Richard J. Bonnie & Michael R. Sonnenreich eds., 1975).
  • The Jailhouse Lawyer as a Paraprofessional: Problems and Prospects, 7 Crim. L. Bull. 139 (1971), reprinted in Richard G. Singer & William P. Statsky, The Rights of the Imprisoned 711 (1974).
  • Criminal Detainers in a Nutshell, 7 Crim. L. Bull. 753 (1971) (co-author, with Robert A. Hersey).
  • The Administration of Psychiatric Justice: Theory and Practice in Arizona, 13 Ariz. L. Rev. 1 (1971), excerpted in Law, Psychiatry, and the Mental Health System 794 (Alexander D. Brooks 1974), and in The Mental Health Process 341, 343 (Frank W. Miller et al., 2d ed. 1976).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Administration of Justice Under Emergency Conditions, in Civil Disorders, Lawlessness, and Their Roots 159 (Charles E. Ares project leader & ed., 1969).
  • Counseling Convicts: The Lawyer's Role in Uncovering Legitimate Claims, 11 Ariz. L. Rev. 629 (1969).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Representing Prison Inmates: A Primer on an Emerging Dimension of Poverty Law Practice, 11 Ariz. L. Rev. 385 (1969) (co-author, with Andy Silverman).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Automatic Witness Immunity Statutes and the Inadvertent Frustration of Criminal Prosecutions:  A Call for Congressional Action, 55 Geo. L.J. 656 (1967).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • The Constitutional Disclosure Duty and the Jencks Act, 40 St. John's L. Rev. 206 (1966).
    Available at: Hein Online
Working Papers
  • The HiiL Innovating Justice Forum and Legal Education:  A Ready-Made Opportunity for Mutual Enrichment, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 13-52 (2013).
    Available at: SSRN
Other Writings
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence, in Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice ___ (forthcoming 2014) (co-author, with Barbara A. Babb).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence, in Principles of Addiction Medicine 1519 (Richard Ries et al. eds., 4th ed. 2009) (co-author, with Bruce J. Winick).
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Tribal Justice: Steps of Creation 4 Tribal Justice Today 17 (June 2005) (co-author, with Betsy Norris & Julia Corty).
    Available at: Link
  • Book Review, 42 Int'l Dig. Health Legis. 208 (1991) (reviewing Robert Bluglass & Paul Bowden, Principles and Practice of Forensic Psychiatry (1990)).
  • Criminal Law Case Book (1990?) (unpublished manuscript).
  • Book Review, 38 Hospital & Community Psychiatry 309 (1987) (reviewing William J. Curran et al., Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology (1986)).
  • Institutionalization, in Encyclopedia of Bioethics (1978).
  • Ethical Issues in Behavior Modification (Report of the American Psychological Association Commission, Stephanie B. Stolz et al. eds., 1978) (contributor).
  • Book Review, 85 Harv. L. Rev. 1489 (1972) (reviewing Vernan H. Mark & Frank R. Ervin, Violence and the Brain (1970)).
  • Note, 38 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 753 (1963).
  • Comment, 37 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 944 (1962).

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