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Bryant Geoffrey Garth
Dean and Professor of Law
  1. The Declaration on the Human Environment, 8 STANFORD JOURNAL OF  INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 37 (1973).

  2. A HANDBOOK FOR CONTROLLING LOCAL GROWTH (with M. Cranston, M.  Plattner, and E. Varon).  Stanford, CA:  Environmental Law Society, 1973.

  3. Book Review. Chiu, H., The People's Republic of China and the Law of Treaties, 9 STANFORD JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 265 (1974).

  4. CHINA'S CHANGING ROLE IN THE WORLD ECONOMY (ed. with the editors of the Stanford Journal of International Studies). New York:  Praeger, 1975.

  5. Access to Justice:  Comparative General Report (with M. Cappelletti and N. Trocker), 40 RABELS ZEITSCHRIFT 669 (1976).  Revised and reprinted as Access to Justice: The Worldwide Movement to Make Rights Effective:  A General Report, in ACCESS TO JUSTICE: A WORLD SURVEY.  Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands and Milan: Sijthoff and Noordhoff/Giuffre, 1978.

  6. ACCESS TO JUSTICE:  A WORLD SURVEY (edited with M. Cappelletti).  Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands and Milan:  Sijthoff/Giuffre, 1978.  (Vols.1 and 2 of the Florence Access-to-Justice Project).  Translated as ACESSO A JUSTICA. Florence, Italy: Fabris, 1988.

  7. Access to Justice: The Newest Wave in the Worldwide Movement to Make Rights Effective, (with Mauro Cappelletti), 27 BUFFALO LAW REVIEW 181 (1978).  Translated into Japanese (1982) and Spanish (1983).

  8. NEIGHBORHOOD LAW FIRMS FOR THE POOR:  A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN LEGAL AID AND IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION.  Florence, Italy:  European University Institute, 1978.  Later published under same title:  Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands and Rockville, MD:  Sijthoff and Noordhoff, 1980. Extracted as A Selective Bibliography on Legal Aid in Western Countries in 3 CANADIAN LEGAL AID BULLETIN 310 (1979).

  9. ACCESS TO JUSTICE:  EMERGING ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES (edited with M. Cappelletti).  Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands and Milan:  Sijthoff/Giuffre, 1979.  (Vol.3 of the Florence Access-to-Justice Project).

  10. The Benson Report:  A Reactionary View of Community Law Centres, 5 LEGAL SERVICE BULLETIN 147 (1980).
  11. Book Review. Jensen and the Science of Psychometrics: A Legal Perspective, Jensen, A., Bias in Mental Testing, 55 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 645 (1980).

  12. Foreword: Access to Justice as a Focus of Research (with Mauro Cappelletti), 1 WINDSOR YEARBOOK OF ACCESS TO JUSTICE ix (1981). 

  13. Introduction: Access to Justice and the Welfare State (with Mauro Cappelletti), in ACCESS TO JUSTICE AND THE WELFARE STATE.  Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands: Sijthoff and Noordhoff, 1981.

  14. Access to Justice: Variations and Continuity of a World-Wide Movement (with M. Cappelletti and N. Trocker), 46 RABELS ZEITSCHRIFT 664 (1982).

  15. Book Review. Abraham, H., The Judicial Process: An Introductory Analysis of the Courts of the United States, England and France, 30 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW 684 (1982).

  16. Book Review. Thomas, P. (Ed.), Law in the Balance: Legal Service in the Eighties, 9 BRITISH JOURNAL OF LAW & SOCIETY 139 (1982).

  17. Conflict and Dissent in Class Actions: A Suggested Perspective, 77 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 492 (1982).

  18. Introduction: Toward a Sociology of the Class Action, 57 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 371 (1982).

  19. The Movement Toward Procedural Informalism in North America and Western Europe:  A Critical Survey, in THE POLITICS OF INFORMAL JUSTICE, Vol. 2.  New York: Academic Press, 1982.

  20. Book Review. How Consumer Remedies Fail, Nader, L. (Ed.), No Access to Law:  Alternatives to the American Judicial System, 81 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 984 (1983).

  21. Finding an Appropriate Compromise:  A Comparative Study of Individualistic Models and Group Rights in Civil Procedure (with M. Cappelletti), 2 CIVIL JUSTICE QUARTERLY 111 (1983).

  22. Protection of Diffusely Fragmented and Collective Interests in Civil Litigation. Finding an Appropriate Compromise:  A Comparative Study of Individualistic Models and Group Rights to Civil Procedure, in EFFEKTIVER RECHTSSCHUTZ UND VERFASSUNGSMASSIGE ORDNUNG.  GENERAL REPORTS FOR THE VII INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON PROCEDURAL LAW, WURZBURG, 1983. Bielefeld:  Gieseking, 1983.

  23. RESEARCH ON LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE POOR AND THE DISADVANTAGED: LESSONS FROM THE PAST AND ISSUES FOR THE FUTURE.  (Working Paper 1983-11).  Madison, WI:  University of Wisconsin-Madison, Institute for Legal Studies, Disputes Processing Research Program, 1983.

  24. Rethinking the Legal Profession's Approach to Collective Self-Improvement:  Competence and the Consumer Perspective, 1983 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 639.

  25. Settlement of Disputes Out of Court:  A Comparative Report on the Trend Toward Conciliation (with Mauro Cappelletti), in LES CONCILIATEURS, LA CONCILIATION.  Paris:  Paris Economica, 1983.

  26. Settlement of Disputes Out of Court:  The Role of Lawyers and the Recent Emphasis on Neighborhood Justice Centers (with Mauro Cappelletti), in LES CONCILIATEURS, LA CONCILIATION.  Paris:  Paris Economica, 1983.

  27. Book Review. Hattori, T. and Henderson, D., Civil Procedure in Japan, 12 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL INFORMATION 27 (1984).

  28. A Comparative Conclusion (with Mauro Cappelletti), in 16 INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF COMPARATIVE LAW. CIVIL PROCEDURE.  Chapter 6, Ordinary Proceedings in First Instance.  The Hague; Boston:  Martinus Nijhoff, 1984.

  29. The Determination of Legal Services Policy in the United Kingdom and the United States of America (with K. Economides), 2 ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING C: GOVERNMENT AND POLICY 445 (1984).

  30. Access to Justice--Variations and Continuity of a World-Wide Movement (with M. Cappelletti and N. Trocker), 54 REVISTA JURIDICA DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE PUERTO RICO 221 (1985).

  31. Book Review. Blomeyer, A., 16 International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law. Civil Procedure. Chapter 4, Types of Relief Available (Judicial Remedies), 33 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW 530 (1985).

  32. Empirical Research and the Shareholder Derivative Suit:  Toward a Better-Informed Debate (with Ilene H. Nagel and Sheldon J. Plager), 48 LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 137 (Summer 1985).

  33. "Law and Society" Starts Third Decade, 13 MEDIA LAW NOTES 8 (Nov. 1985).

  34. Transnational Legal Practice and Professional Ideology, 7 MICHIGAN YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES 3 (1985).

  35. ADR and Civil Procedure:  A Chapter or an Organizing Theme?, 3 DISPUTE RESOLUTION NOTES 10 (Spring 1986).  Reprinted in 37 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 34 (1987).

  36. Aggressive Smugness: The United States and International Human Rights, 34 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW 411 (Suppl., 1986).

  37. Migrant Workers and Rights of Mobility in the European Communities and the United States, in FORMS AND POTENTIAL FOR A EUROPEAN IDENTITY.  Florence, Italy:  Florence University Press, 1986.

  38. Independent Professional Power and the Search for a Legal Ideology with a Progressive Bite, 62 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 183 (1987).

  39. Introduction--Policies, Trends and Ideas in Civil Procedure (with M. Cappelletti), in 16 INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF COMPARATIVE LAW.

  40. Chapter 1, in CIVIL PROCEDURE.  Dordrecht; Boston:  Martinus Nijhoff, 1987.

  41. Studying Civil Litigation Through the Class Action, 62 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 497 (1987).

  42. Book Review. Privatization and the New Formalism: Making the Courts Safe for Bureaucracy, Posner, R., The Federal Courts: Crisis and Reform, 13 LAW & SOCIAL INQUIRY 157 (1988).

  43. The Institution of the Private Attorney General:  Perspectives from an Empirical Study of Class Actions Litigation (with Ilene Nagel and S. Jay Plager), 61 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 353 (1988).

  44. Report on Common Law Countries, in JUDICIAL PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AT THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVEL:  INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON PROCEDURAL LAW FOR THE NINTH CENTENARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA.  Bologna:  University of Bologna, 1988.

  45. Summary Judgments and Alternatives to Trial, in FEDERAL PRACTICE.  Indianapolis: Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, 1988.

  46. Improvement of Civil Litigation by Lessons Derived from Administrative Procedures:  General Report on Countries Other than Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, in JUSTICE AND EFFICIENCY:  GENERAL REPORTS AND DISCUSSIONS:  THE EIGHTH WORLD CONFERENCE ON PROCEDURAL LAW.  Deventer; Boston: Kluwer Law and Taxation, 1989.

  47. Legal Education and Large Law Firms:  Delivering Legality or Solving Problems, 64 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 433 (1989).

  48. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE JUSTICE:  ISSUES IN IDEOLOGY, PROFESSIONAL INTEREST, INFORMATION, AND PRIVATE GOVERANCE (ABF Working Paper 9006).  Chicago:  American Bar Foundation, 1990.

  49. Strategic Research in Law and Society, 18 FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 57 (1990).

  50. POWER AND LEGAL ARTIFICE:  THE FEDERAL CLASS ACTION (ABF Working Paper 9121).  Chicago:  American Bar Foundation, 1991.

  51. Conciliation and Mediation, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (Italian). 1992. 

  52. Emerging System of Privatized Justice:  A Framework for Analysis and a Preliminary Assessment, in a collection of essays based on a meeting of the Fund for Research in Dispute Resolution, June 1990.  1992. 
  53. General Report on Group Actions in Civil Procedure, in REPORTS OF THE XII CONGRESS OF COMPARATIVE LAW.  1992. 

  54. Delay and Settlement in Civil Litigation:  Notes Toward a Comparative and Sociological Perspective, in ESSAYS IN HONOR OF VITTORIO DENTI.  Padova: CEDAM, 1994.