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Edwin H. Greenebaum
Professor Emeritus of Law
  1. Is the Medium the Message?: A Discussion of Susskind's The Future of Law, 6 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION 197 (1999).

  2. On Teaching Mediation, 1999 JOURNAL OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION 115 (1999).

  3. Development of Law Firm Training Programs: Coping with a Turbulent Environment, 3 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION 315 (1996).

  4. Lawyers’ Agenda for Understanding Alternative Dispute Resolution, 68 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 771 (1993).

  5. Coping With a Turbulent Environment: Development of Law Firm Training Programs, 10 THE JOURNAL OF PROFESSIONAL LEGAL EDUCATION 185 (1992).

  6. COPING WITH A TURBULENT ENVIRONMENT: DEVELOPMENT OF LAW FIRM TRAINING PROGRAMS. London: University of London, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Legal Skills Working Papers, 1991.

  7. Personal Agenda in Clinical Work, 15 JOURNAL OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION 285 (1990).

  8. Group Dynamics in Attorney-Client Relations, in GROUP DYNAMIC LAW: EXPOSITION AND PRACTICE (David A. Funk, Ed.). New York: Law Arts Publishers, 1988.

  9. Law Firms and Clients as Groups: Loyalty, Rationality, and Representation, 13 JOURNAL OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION 205 (1988).

  10. Problem Behavior: Pathology, Lawyers and Referrals, 62 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 365 (1987).

  11. How Professionals (Including Legal Educators) “Treat” Their Clients, 37 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 554 (1987).

  12. “Understanding … ”: Processing Information and Values in Clinical Work, 11 JOURNAL OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION 103 (1986).

  13. A Clinical Experience, 9 JOURNAL OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION 101 (1984).

  14. The Professional School as a Focus for Clinical Education, 8 JOURNAL OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION 101 (1983).

  15. UNDERSTANDING CLINICAL EXPERIENCE: THE CASE OF LEGAL EDUCATION. [S.l.: s.n.], 1981.

  16. Lawyers’ Relationship to Their Work: The Importance of Understanding Attorneys’ Behavior, 53 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 651 (1978).

  17. Review Essay. Attorneys’ Problems in Making Ethical Decisions, 52 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 627 (1977).

  18. Roles and Relations in Legal Practice (with Phyllida Parsloe), 28 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 228 (1976).

  19. MATERIALS ON THE RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES: A COURSE IN CIVIL PROCEDURE. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1971.

  20. Comment. Post-Trial Motions Under the New Indiana Rules, 45 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 377 (1970).

  21. In Defense of the Doctrine of Mutuality of Estoppel, 45 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 1 (1969).

  22. Separation of Powers: The Phenomenon of Legislative Courts (with W.W. Wirtz), 42 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 153 (1967).

  23. Arkansas Judiciary: Its History and Structure, 18 ARKANSAS LAW REVIEW 152 (1964).