Our Staff’s Publications & Products
- William J. Phelan, IV book review, The Ugly Laws: Disability in Public, The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Vol. 41, No. 1 (2013)
- William J. Phelan, IV moderator, “Issues on Qualifying for the Bar,” Jacobus tenBroek Disability Law Symposium April 2012, Baltimore, MD.
- Christopher Gowen and Erin Magary, “Collateral Consequences: How Reliable Data and Resources Can Change the Way Law is Practiced,” Fordham Urban Law Journal, Vol. 39, No. 1 (Nov. 2011).
- Christopher Gowen, Lisa Thurau, and Megan Wood, “The ABA’s Approach to Juvenile Justice Reform: Education, Eviction, and Employment: The Collateral Consequences of Juvenile Adjudication,” Duke Forum for Law & Social Change, Vol. 3, No. 1, 187-204 (2011).
- Christopher Gowen and Anne Garaghty Helms, “The Legal Community’s Collaborative Effort to Address Collateral Consequences for Youth” Human Rights, Vol. 38, No. 3 (2011).
- Christopher Gowen, panelist, “Exploring and Examining Innovative Reentry Strategies for the 21st Century,” Pennsylvania Reentry Summit, Widener Law School, September 2011, Harrisburg, PA
- William J. Phelan, moderator, “How to Represent Social Security Claimants with Mental and Physical Disabilities,” American Bar Association CLE audiocast (2011).
- William Phelan, panelist, “Kicking Down the Door to Employment 1: Of Mentors and Schedule A,” Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law, Vol. 19, No. 4, 1105-1124 (2011).
- William J. Phelan, IV, “Outreach to Lawyers and Law Students with Disabilities Essential to Profession,” Young Lawyer (Dec. 2009).
- William J. Phelan, IV, co-editor and writer, “The Second National Conference on the Employment of Lawyers with Disabilities: A Report from the American Bar Association to the Legal Profession,” (2009).
- William J. Phelan, “Ignored No Longer: Contributions of the Law of Agency to Principal-Agency Theory and Congressional Leadership,” Studies in Law, Politics and Society, Vol. 45, 235-54 (2008).
- William J. Phelan, IV, Esq., “Political Gerrymandering after LULAC v. Perry: Considering Political Science for Legislative Action,” Seton Hall Legislative Journal, Vol. 32, 89-121 (2007).
- William J. Phelan, IV, “A Chronic Concern No More: How Federal Medical Malpractice Caps Will Survive under the Equal Protection Clause of the United States Constitution,” Journal of Contemporary Health Law & Policy, Vol. 23, No. 1, 168-99 (2006).