Scholarship: James H. Stark
Scholarship
  • James H. Stark
    Using Fear and Guilt to Persuade: What Might Empirical Research Tell Mediators?
    Dispute Resolution Magazine, vol. 19, no. 2
    (Winter 2013)
  • James Stark (with Douglas N. Frenkel)
    The Practice of Mediation - A Video-Integrated Text
    (Wolters Kluwer, 2012)
  • James H. Stark (with Douglas N. Frenkel)
    Mediators' Work: What Do Empirical Studies of Persuasion Tell Us?
    Dispute Resolution Magazine
    (Fall 2011)
  • James H. Stark, Douglas N. Frenkel
    Mediation Skills, Processes, and Ethics: The Lawyer as Neutral
    (Aspen Law and Business, 2008)
  • James H. Stark
    The Ethics of Mediation Evaluation: Some Troublesome Questions and Tentative Proposals, from an Evaluating Lawyer Mediator
    38 S. Tex. L. Rev. 769
    (1997)
  • James H. Stark
    Preliminary Reflections on the Establishment of a Mediation Clinic
    2 Clinical L. Rev. 457
    (1996)
    (also reprinted in Hurder, et al, Clinic Anthology: Readings For Live-Client Clinics (1997))
  • Jon Bauer, James H. Stark, James Papillo
    Directiveness in Clinical Supervision
    3 B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. 35
    (1993)
  • James H. Stark, Phillip D. Tegeler, Noreen L. Channels
    The Effect of Student Values on Lawyering Performance: An Empirical Response to Professor Condlin
    37 J. Legal Educ. 409
    (1987)
  • James H. Stark
    Tragic Choices in Special Education: The Effect of Scarce Resources on the Implementation of Public Law No. 94-142
    14 Conn. L. Rev. 477
    (1982)
  • James H. Stark
    The Model Rules of Professional Conduct
    12 Conn. L. Rev. 948
    (1980)