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Publications

Cover of Diversity in Practice: Race, Gender, and Class in Legal and Professional Careers Diversity in Practice: Race, Gender, and Class in Legal and Professional Careers
6/30/2016, Robert L. Nelson, Ronit Dinovitzer, Cambridge University Press Studies in Law and Society
Unpacking Client Capture: Evidence from Corporate Law Firms
2014, Ronit Dinovitzer, 1 Journal of Professions and Organization 99
After the JD III: Third Results from a National Study of Legal Careers (with R. Dinovitzer, B. Garth, G. Plickert, R. Sandefur, J. Sterling & D. Wilkins (American Bar Foundation and NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education, 2014)
2014, Bryant G. Garth, Robert L. Nelson, Ronit Dinovitzer, Rebecca Sandefur, American Bar Foundation and NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education
“Optimism Bias and Buyers’ Remorse? Law School Hierarchy, Access to the Rewards of Corporate Practice, and the Desirability of a Lawyer Career” (with B. Garth & J. Sterling)
2013, Bryant G. Garth, Ronit Dinovitzer, Journal of Legal Education
“Homeland Tourism, Emotion, and Identity Labor”
2012, Ronit Dinovitzer, Du Bois Review
“The Financial Rewards of Elite Status in the Legal Profession”
2011, Ronit Dinovitzer, Law & Social Inquiry
“Women in the Legal Profession: Findings from a Longitudinal Study of US Law Graduates”
2011, Ronit Dinovitzer, For the Defence
“Not that into You”
9/1/2009, Bryant G. Garth, Ronit Dinovitzer, American Lawyer
Cover of After the JD II: Second Results from a National Study of Legal Careers After the JD II: Second Results from a National Study of Legal Careers
2009, Robert L. Nelson, Ronit Dinovitzer, Gabriele Plickert, American Bar Foundation and The NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education
“The Symbolic Violence of the Crime-Immigration Nexus: Mobility Mythologies in the Americas”
2009, John Hagan, Ronit Dinovitzer, Crime Prevention and Policy
Family-Based Justice in the Sentencing of Domestic Violence
2007, Ronit Dinovitzer, British Journal of Criminology
Lawyer Satisfaction in the Process of Structuring Legal Careers
2007, Ronit Dinovitzer, Law & Society Review
“The Changing Social Role of Urban Law Schools”
2007, Bryant G. Garth, Ronit Dinovitzer, Southwestern University Law Review
“Technical Addendum of the After the JD First Results Report, a National Study of Legal Careers”
2007, Ronit Dinovitzer, Gabriele Plickert, American Bar Foundation
“The Differential Valuation of Women’s Work: A New Look at the Gender Gap in Lawyers’ Incomes”
Forthcoming, Ronit Dinovitzer
“Immigration and Youthful Illegalities in a Global Edge City”
Forthcoming, John Hagan, Ronit Dinovitzer, Social Forces
“Pro Bono as an Elite Strategy in Early Legal Careers”
Forthcoming, Bryant G. Garth, Ronit Dinovitzer, Oxford University Press
“Hierarchical Structure and Gender Dissimilarity in American Legal Labor Markets” (with John Hagan)
Forthcoming, John Hagan, Ronit Dinovitzer, Social Forces
“Reconsidering Lawyer Autonomy: The Nexus Between Firm, Lawyer and Client in Large Commercial Practice” (with S. Gunz & H. Gunz)
Forthcoming, Ronit Dinovitzer, American Business Law Journal
“Buyers’ Remorse? An Empirical Assessment of the Desirability of a Lawyer Career” (with R. Dinovitzer & J. Sterling)
Forthcoming, Bryant G. Garth, Ronit Dinovitzer, 63 Journal of Legal Education

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