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If You Build It, They Will Come: What Law Students Say About Experiential Learning (with David Thomson)
2018, Stephen Daniels, Florida A&M Law Review
The Perennial (and Stubborn) Challenge of Cost, Affordability, and Access in Legal Education: We Will Continue To Muddle Through
2018, Stephen Daniels, Legal Education Across Boundaries
Damage Caps and Access to Justice: Lessons from Texas (with Joanne Martin)
2018, Stephen Daniels, Oregon Law Review 365
Where Have All the Cases Gone? The Strange Success of Tort Reform Revisited (with Joanne Martin)
2016, Stephen Daniels, Emory Law Journal
Cover of Tort Reform, Plaintiffs’ Lawyers, and Access to Justice Tort Reform, Plaintiffs’ Lawyers, and Access to Justice
4/2015, Stephen Daniels, University Press of Kansas
Analyzing Carnegie’s Reach: The Contingent Nature of Innovation (with Martin Katz and William Sullivan)
2014, Stephen Daniels, Journal of Legal Education
Hypotheticals (with J. Bowers), e-supplement for Lee Epstein and Thomas Walker, Constitutional Law for a Changing American, 8th ed.
2013, Stephen Daniels, CQ Press
Review of James R. Maxeiner with Gyooho Lee and Armin Weber, Failures of American Civil Justice in International Perspective
2012, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
Plaintiffs’ Lawyers and the Tension between Professional Norms and the Need to Generate Business (with Joanne Martin)
2012, Stephen Daniels, L. Levin & L. Mather, eds., Lawyers in Practice: Ethical Decision-Making in Context
"Inside Campaigns: Chronicles – and Lessons – from the Trenches," editor with J. R. Bowers
2011, Stephen Daniels, Lynne Rienner Publishers
Long-Term Strategy in Local Elections
2011, Stephen Daniels, J.R. Bowers $ S. Daniels, eds., Inside Campaigns: Chronicles – and Lessons – from the Trenches
A Brief Moment of Opportunity: The Effects of the Economic Downturn on the Delivery of Legal Services to the Poor (with Joanne Martin)
2011, Stephen Daniels, University of Arkansas-Little Rock Law Review
Plaintiffs' Lawyers: Dealing with the Possible But Not Certain (with Joanne Martin)
2011, Stephen Daniels, DePaul Law Review
Hypotheticals (with J.R. Bowers)
2011, Stephen Daniels, CQ Press, e-supplemnt for L. Epstein & T. Walker, Constitutional Law for a Changing America
It is No Longer Viable from a Practical and Business Standpoint: Damage Caps, ‘Hidden Victims,’ and the Declining Interest in Medical Malpractice Cases (with Joanne Martin)
2010, Stephen Daniels, International Journal of the Legal Profession
Legal Services for the Poor: Access, Self-Interest and Pro Bono (with Joanne Martin)
2009, Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin, Rebecca Sandefur, ed., Access to Justice
Review of Wayne McIntosh & Cynthia Cates, Multi-Party Litigation: The Strategic Context
2009, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
Review of Sarah Jain, Injury: The Politics of Product Design and Safety Law in the United States
2008, Stephen Daniels, Law & Society Review
Alive and Well (Maybe) in Texas: Plaintiffs’ Practice in the Age of Tort Reform (with Joanne Martin)
2007, Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin, New York Law School Law Review
Pro Bono: More Than a Professional Responsibility (with Joanne Martin)
2007, Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin, L. Fox, ed., Raise the Bar: Real World Solutions for a Troubled Profession
Plaintiffs’ Practice in the Age of Tort Reform: Survival of the Fittest—It’s Even More True Now (with Joanne Martin)
2007, Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin, New York Law School Law Review
“The Constitutional History and Contemporary Structure of Midwestern Governance”
2006, Stephen Daniels, Indiana University Press
Plaintiffs’ Lawyers, Specialization, and Medical Malpractice (with Joanne Martin)
2006, Stephen Daniels, Vanderbilt Law Review
The Texas Two-Step: Evidence on the Link Between Damage Caps and Access (with Joanne MartinI
2006, Stephen Daniels, DePaul Law Review
Review of Herbert Kritzer, Risks, Reputations, and Rewards: Contingency Fee Legal Practice in the United States
2005, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
Review of Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Dispute Processing and Conflict Resolution: Theory, Practice, and Policy
2004, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
The Strange Success of Tort Reform (with Joanne Martin)
2004, Stephen Daniels, Emory Law Journal
It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times: The Precarious Nature of Plaintiffs’ Practice in Texas (with Joanne Martin)
2002, Stephen Daniels, Texas Law Review
Review of Walter Bennett, The Lawyer’s Myth: Reviving Ideals in the Legal Profession
2002, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
We Live on the Edge of Extinction All the Time: Entrepreneurs, Innovation and the Plaintiffs’ Bar in the Wake of Tort Reform (with Joanne Martin)
2001, Stephen Daniels, Legal Professions: Work, Structure and Organization
The Impact That It Has Had is Between People’s Ears: Tort Reform, Mass Culture, and Plaintiffs’ Lawyers (with Joanne Martin)
2000, Stephen Daniels, DePaul Law Review
It’s Darwinism -- Survival of the Fittest: How Markets and Reputations Shape the Way in Which Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Obtain Clients (with Joanne Martin)
1999, Stephen Daniels, Law & Policy
Punitive Damages, Change, and the Politics of Ideas: Defining Public Policy Problems (with Joanne Martin)
1998, Stephen Daniels, University of Wisconsin Law Review
Persistence Is Not Always a Virtue: Tort Reform, Civil Liability for Health Care and the Lack of Empirical Evidence (with Joanne Martin)
1997, Stephen Daniels, Behavioral Sciences & The Law
Civil Juries and the Politics of Reform (with Joanne Martin)
1995, Stephen Daniels, Northwestern University Press
Don't Kill the Messenger 'Till You Read the Message: Products Liability Verdicts in Six California Counties (with Joanne Martin)
1993, Stephen Daniels, Justice System Journal
'You Can't Interview the Dead': McIntosh's The Appeal of the Civil Law and the Debate Over Longitudinal Studies of Courts
1992, Stephen Daniels, Law & Social Inquiry
The Pragmatic Management of Error and the Origins of Malpractice Disputes
1992, Stephen Daniels, Quality and Regulation in Health Care
Tracing the Shadow of the Law: Jury Verdicts in Medical Malpractice Cases
1991, Stephen Daniels, Defense Law Journal
Myth and Reality in Punitive Damages (with Joanne Martin)
1990, Stephen Daniels, Minnesota Law Review
Caseload Dynamics and the Nature of Change: The Civil Business of Trial Courts in Four Counties, 1870 to 1960
1990, Stephen Daniels, Law & Society Review
The Question of Jury Competence and the Politics of Tort Reform
1989, Stephen Daniels, Law and Contemporary Problems
The Shadow of the Law: Jury Decisions in Obstetrics/Gynecology Cases (with Lori B. Andrews)
1989, Stephen Daniels, Medical Professional Liability and the Delivery of Obstetrical Care
A Tangled Story: Studying State Supreme Courts
1988, Stephen Daniels, Law & Society Review
Jury Verdicts and the `Crisis' in Civil Justice: Some Findings from an Empirical Study (with Joanne Martin)
1986, Stephen Daniels, Justice System Journal
Ladders and Bushes: The Problems of Caseloads and Studying Court Activities Over Time
1984, Stephen Daniels, American Bar Foundation Research Journal
Civil Litigation in Illinois Trial Courts: An Exploration of Rural Urban Differences
1982, Stephen Daniels, Law and Policy Quarterly
The Supreme Court and Obscenity: An Exercise in Empirical ¬Constitutional Policy Making
1980, Stephen Daniels, San Diego Law Review
Social Science and Death Penalty Cases: Reflections on Change and the Empirical Justification of Constitutional Policy
1979, Stephen Daniels, Law and Policy Quarterly

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