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Publications by Stephen A. Rosenbaum


Beyond the Revolution: Laying a Foundation for The Legal Clinic in Egypt, Experimental Legal Education in a Globalized World: The Middle East & Beyond (Mutaz M. Qafisheh & Stephen A. Rosenbaum, eds.), Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2016)

Scenes from a Domestic Violence Clinic in The Gulf State of Qatar (with Mary Pat Treuthart) , Experimental Legal Education in a Globalized World: The Middle East & Beyond (Mutaz M. Qafisheh & Stephen A. Rosenbaum, eds.), Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2016)


A New Day: Prime Time to Advance Afghan Clinical Education, Asian Journal of Legal Education, 3(1) Asian J. Legal Ed. 1 (2016)

The Cambodian Law Faculty: Blueprint for a Curriculum Rich in Research and Experiential Education , National University of Management (NUM) Research Series , Phnom Penh, NUM Research Series 40 (Special Edition) (2015)

Dignifying Madness: Rethinking Commitment Law in an Age of Mass Incarceration, University of Miami Law Review, 70 U. Miami L. Rev. 1 (with Jonathan Simon) (2015)

Beyond the Fakultas’ Four Walls: Linking Education, Practice, and the Legal Profession, Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal, 23 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 395 (2014)

Engendering a Clinic: Lessons Learned from a Domestic Violence Clinical Course in Qatar , International Review of Law, Int'l Rev. L. 1 (with Mary Pat Treuthart) (2013)

Parental Advocacy and the Safeguards Necessary for Inclusive Education: New Zealand Lessons for Pacific-Asian Education , Pacific-Asian Education, 25 Pac.-Asian Educ. No. 2, 27 (with Rod Wills) (2013)

The Legal Clinic is More Than a Sign on the Door: Transforming Law School Education in Revolutionary Egypt, Berkeley Journal of Middle East and Islamic Law, 5 Berkeley J. Mid. E. & Islamic L. 39 (2012)

Clinique ToGo: Changing Legal Practice in One African Nation in Six Days, International Journal of Clinical Legal Education, Int'l J. Clin. Legal Ed., Issue 17, 59 (2012)

How IDEA Fails Families Without Means: Causes and Corrections from the Frontlines of Special Education Lawyering , American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & Law, 20 American Univ. J. Gender, Social Pol'y & L. 101 (with Elisa Hyman and Dean Hill Rivkin) (2011)

How The Legal Clinic and Other Forms of Applied Education Can Shape a New Generation of Egyptian Jurists, Faculty of Law Alexandria University Law Review / Revue de Droit, Special Volume, Dec. 2011, p. 1485 (2011)

The Role of Law Schools in Educating Judges to Increase Access to Justice , Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal, 24 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 161 (with Sande L. Buhai, Ved Kumari, Amari Omaka C., Supriya Routh & Anne Taylor) (2011)

A “Sending Down” Sabbatical: The Benefits Of Lawyering In The Legal Services Trenches, Journal of Legal Education, 60 J. Legal Ed. 296 (with Suzanne Rabe) (2010)

Full Sp[ ]Ed Ahead: Extending the IDEA Idea to Let All Students Ride the Same Bus, Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties, 4 Stan. J. Civ. Rts. & Civ. Liberties 373 (2008)

The Juris Doctor is In: Making Room at Law School for Paraprofessional Partners, Tennessee Law Review, 75 Tenn. L. Rev. 315 (2008)

Representing David: When Best Practices Aren't and Natural Supports Really Are, University of California, Davis Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy, 11 UC Davis J. Juv. L. & Pol'y 161 (2007)

Disability Matters: Toward a Law School Clinical Model for Serving Youth with Special Education Needs, Clinical Law Review, 11 Clin. L. Rev. 271 (with Patricia A. Massey) (2005)

Aligning or Maligning? Getting Inside a New IDEA, Getting Behind No Child Left Behind and Getting Outside of It All, Hastings Women's Law Journal, 15 Hastings Women's L. J. 1 (2004)

When It's Not Apparent: Some Modest Advice to Parent Advocates for Students with Disabilities, University of California, Davis Journal of Juvenile Law & Policy, 5 UC Davis J. Juv. L. & Pol'y 159 (2001)

Keeping an Eye on the INS: A Case for Civilian Review of Uncivil Conduct, La Raza Law Journal, 7 La Raza L.J. 1 (1994)

The Alien Cloak of Confidentiality: Look Who's Wearing it Now, John F. Kennedy Law Review, 4 J.F. Kennedy L. Rev. 23 (1992)

Pro Bono Publico Meets Droits de L'Homme: Speaking a New Legal Language, Loyola of Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Journal , 13 Loyola L.A. Int'l & Comp. L. J. 499 (1991)

Safeguarding Employment for U.S. Workers: Do Undocumenteds Take Away Jobs?, Chicano Law Review , 9 Chicano L. Rev. 1 (1988)

Application of International Human Rights Law in State and Federal Courts, Texas International Law Journal, 18 Texas Int'l L. J. 291 (with Kathryn Burke, Sandra Coliver & Connie de la Vega) (1983)

Educating Children of Immigrant Workers: Language Policies in France and the USA, American Journal of Comparative Law, 29 Am. J. Comp. L. 429 (1981)


Short Order Rule of Law: A Role for the Short-Term Consultant, Berkeley Journal of International Law (Publicist), 6 Berkeley J. Int'l L. (Publicist) 54 (2010)

Letters to UC Berkeley's Life and Leadership, Reclamations, Issue 2 (2010)

Hammerin' Hank: The Right to Be Raunchy or FM Freak Show?, Disability Studies Quarterly, 23 Dis. Studies Qtrly. __ http://www.dsq-sds.org/article/view/432/609 (2003)


Public Accommodations: Comparing State and Federal Law and Remedies , Burton Blatt Institute/Southeast ADA Center (2011)

Possibility, Promise and Practice: The Potential for Inclusive Education, American Educational Research Association Conference Paper, (with Rod Wills) (2009)

"Sending Down" Sabbatical: Lawyering in the Legal Services Trenches Has Benefits for Professor and Practitioner Alike, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No 09-25, (with Suzanne Rabe) (2009)


Just Between Yoo and He: Two Justice Department Lawyers’ Imaginary Torturous Email Exchange, International Law Journal of London, 2 Int'l L. J. London 391 (2015)

On Cairo Time: Whose Vote Will be Counted in 2011?, Disability and Human Rights (2011)

City Sidewalks, Busy Sidewalks: Walk This Way in Cairo, Disability and Human Rights (2011)

An Abalone Opportunity; Flagtexts; Untitled, Thos. M. Cooley Journal of Practical & Clinical Law, 8 T.M. Cooley J. Prac. & Clinical L. 15, 81, 91 (2006)

A Renewed IDEA & The Need for More Ardent Advocacy, Human Rights , 32 Hum. Rts. 3 (2005)

Los Bibilikos de Rossmoor, Thos. M. Cooley Journal of Practical & Clinical Law , 4 T. M. Cooley J. Prac. & Clinical L. 179, 201 (2001)

Not a Bad IDEA: Discipline and Due Process Get a Fair Hearing, Human Rights , 27 Hum. Rts. 20 (2000)


Supporting Democracy: Senegal Needs U.S. Help as it Races to Reform Juridical Institutions, Daily Journal, Daily J. (Sep. 27) (2000)


Schools and Educational Programs, AIDS and the Law, ( Wolters Kluwer Law & Business )(5th ed.) (2015)

Cross-Border Teaching and Collaboration, Building on Best Practices: Transforming Legal Education in a Changing World, Lexis (with Kimberly D. Ambrose, William H. D. Fernholz, Catherine F. Klein, Dana Raigrodski & Leah Wortham) (2015)

Le Reglement Non-Juridictionnel Comme Alternative Aux Situations de Crise, Situations d'Urgence et Droits Fondamentaux, L'Harmattan (Arnaud de Raulin, ed.) (2006)

Lawyers Pro Bono Publico: Using International Human Rights Law on Behalf of the Poor, New Directions in Human Rights , Univ. of Penn. Press (Ellen Lutz et al., eds.) (1989)


Une Procédure en Difficulté: A Blueprint for Resolving “Special” Education Disputes through a Quasi-Inquisitorial Process, Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice/Recueil Annuel de Windsor d'Accès à la Justice, 32(2) Windsor Y.B. Access Just. 115 (2016)

Experiential Legal Education in a Globalized World: The Middle East and Beyond, (with Mutaz M. Qafisheh, co-editor) Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2016)

Counterpoint: Preserving Public Values in the Private Sector: Unintended Consequences or Vouching for Ableism-Free Schools?, Journal of Law and Education, 45 J. L. & Educ. 369 (2016)