GLS Faculty Publications & Presentations
The GLS faculty have published numerous books, articles, and essays as well as presented at local, regional, and national conferences.
Adrienne Brungess & Stephanie Thompson, The Many Faces of Online Course: Using Courses to Facilitate Faculty Interaction, The Second Draft, Spring 2009, at 27.
Ed Telfeyan, The “Grammar Bee” – One Way to Take the Pain Out of Teaching the Mechanics of Writing, 17 Perspectives 25 (2008).
Hether Macfarlane, Things Have Changed, and For the Better, The Second Draft, Spring 2010, Vol. 24, No. 2 9.
Hether Macfarlane, Providing Feedback on Grammar and Punctuation Errors, The Second Draft, Spring 2008, Vol. 22, No. 2.
Hether Macfarlane & Stephanie Thompson, Using Calibration Sessions to Create Reliable and Fair Assessment, The Second Draft, Fall 2010, at 5.
Hether Macfarlane & Suzanne E. Rowe, California Legal Research (Carolina 2008).
Hether Macfarlane & Dragomir Cosanici, Global Issues in Legal Research and Legal Writing, West (forthcoming 2012).
Jennifer Gibson, Standard of Review: A Key Tool for Evaluation the Probability of Success on Appeal, Sacramento Law. Mag., Nov./Dec. 2009, at 20.
Mary-Beth Moylan & John Vile, et al., Citizens Against Rent Control v. Berkeley,Encyclopedia of the First Amendment (CQ 2008).
Mary-Beth Moylan, David W. Miller, & George C. Harris, Practicing Persuasive Written and Oral Advocacy, Case File, Aspen, (2009).
Mary-Beth Moylan & Linda E. Carter, Clemency in Capital Cases in California, 14 Berkeley J. of Crim. L. 37 (2009).
Mary-Beth Moylan, Sovereign Rules of the Game: Requiring Campaign Finance Disclosure in the Face of Tribal Sovereign Immunity, B. U. Pub. Int. L.J. (forthcoming 2011).
Mary-Beth Moylan & Stephanie Thompson, Enduring Hope? A Study of Looping in Law School, 48 Duq. L. Rev. 455 (2010).
Stephanie Thompson, Legal Writing Exercises: A Case File and Formula-Based Approach to Legal Reasoning,West, (2010).
Adrienne Brungess presented From the building blocks of lawyering skills to the courtroom: Advocacy in the classroom to the Sacramento Women’s Lawyers Association in November 2009.
Ed Telfeyan presented The White-Glove Inspection: Making Sense of Proof-reading and Polishing at the Empire State Conference in May 2010.
Ed Telfeyan presented Outlining from Scratch: How to Make the Process Meaningful at the 14th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute in June 2010.
Ed Telfeyan presented The Grammar Bee at the 13th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute in July 2008.
Global Lawyering Skills faculty presented a full-day, 6-hour CLE program called Essential Lawyering Skills for local practitioners in May 2010.
Gretchen Franz & Stephanie Thompson will present Inspire, Motivate, and Appreciate at the Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference in March 2011.
Hether Macfarlane presented Let Them Watch, Let Them Ask: Alternative Ways for Students to Get the Facts for a Writing Assignment at the Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference Presentation in March 2007.
Hether Macfarlane presented Using Hypothetical Cases to Introduce Legal Analysis and Persuasive Writing to International Students at the Global Legal Skills Conference III in February 2008.
Hether Macfarlane presented Integrating International and Transnational Issues in the Legal Research and Writing Curriculum (presentation co-authored with Mary-Beth Moylan and Stephanie Thompson) at the Global Legal Skills Conference V in February 2010.
Hether Macfarlane presented State Legal Research and Emerging Issues in Legal Research, as a panelist for Teaching Research and Citation at the Legal Writing Institute One-Day Workshop in December 2010.
Hether Macfarlane presented Special Challenges for Directors of Adjunct, Part-time, and Hybrid Programs at the Association of Legal Writing Directors Conference Presentation in July 2009.
Hether Macfarlane presented Teaching After Dark: Evening Students and the LRW at the 14th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute in June 2010.
Jennifer Gibson presented her poster Integrating a Mediation Component into Legal Writing/Skills Curriculum at the 14th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute in June 2010.
Jennifer Gibson presented One and Done: Get All You Need in One Review of the Record on Appeal to the Appellate Section of the Sacramento County Bar Association in May 2010.
Jenny Darlington-Person presented Hitting the Mark: Using the Game of Darts to Teach Selection of Authority at the 14th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute in June 2010.
Jenny Darlington-Person will present What Can “The West Wing” Teach Students About Using Negative Authority? at the Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference in March 2011.
Jeff Proske presented his poster The 1L Journaling Project at the AALS Conference in January 2011.
Stephanie Thompson presented Learn the Latest in Teaching Legal Research; Developing Legal Research Exercises; How Law Librarians Can Help You, and Emerging Issues in Legal Research as a panelist for Teaching Research and Citation at the Legal Writing Institute One-Day Workshop in December 2010.
Stephanie Thompson presented her poster Interactive Research Workshop at the 14th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute in June 2010.
Stephanie Thompson presented Do Worksheets Work? at the Innovative Teaching Workshop at the ALWD Conference in June 2009.
Stephanie Thompson served as a Critiquing Workshop Leader at the 13th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute in July 2008.
Stephanie Thompson presented Top Ten Tips for New Legal Writing Faculty at the Rocky Mountain Conference in March 2006.