JEANNE KAISER

Date Type Title Author Work Cited To/Mentioned In/Quoted In Citation (including footnote number)
2013 law review footnote Everything you always wanted to know about Farid but were afraid to ask Linda Galler When the truth and the story collide: What legal writers can learn from the experience of non-fiction writers about the limits of legal storytelling, 16 J. Legal Writing Inst. 163 (2010) Footnotes 159, 161: 13 Fla. Tax Rev. 461 (2013)
2013 law review footnote The will as personal narrative Karen J. Sneddon When the truth and the story collide: What legal writers can learn from the experience of non-fiction writers about the limits of legal storytelling, 16 J. Legal Writing Inst. 163 (2010) Footnote 326: 20 Elder L.J. 355 (2013)
October 12,2012 newspaper article Mental health: Vulnerable children falling through the cracks: Kids with mentally ill parents are often under-serviced - or completely ignored Joanna Smith Mentioned in Toronto Star (10/12/12) 2012 WLNR 21715275 (2012)
Fall 2012 law review footnote Reduce, reuse, and recycle: How using "recycled" simulations in an LRW course benefits students, LRW professors, and the relevant global community Rita Barnett-Rose Mentioned Footnote 160: 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 1 (2012)
Fall 2012 law review footnote Competing stories: A case study of the role of narrative reasoning in judicial decisions Kenneth D. Chestek When the truth and the story collide: What legal writers can learn from the experience of non-fiction writers about the limits of legal storytelling, 16 J. Legal Writing Inst. 163 (2010) Section A of Appendix A: 9 J. ALWD 99 (2012)
2012 law review footnote Storytelling for lawyers Jonathan K. Van Patten When the truth and the story collide: What legal writers can learn from the experience of non-fiction writers about the limits of legal storytelling, 16 J. Legal Writing Inst. 163 (2010) Footnote 15: 57 S.D. L. Rev. 239 (2012)
2012 law review footnote "Can they do that?": Why religious parents and communities may fear the future regarding state interests and custodial law                  Keith W. Barlow                Finding a reasonable way to enforce the reasonable efforts requirement in child protection cases, 7 Rutgers J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 100 (2009) Footnotes 114, 115: 2012 B.Y.U.L. Rev. 281 (2012) 
Winter 2011 law review footnote A mistreated epidemic: State and federal failure to adequately regulate psychotropic medications prescribed to children in foster care A. Rachel Camp Finding a reasonable way to enforce the reasonable efforts requirement in child protection cases, 7 Rutgers J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 100 (2009) Footnote 20: 83 Temp. L. Rev. 369 (2011)
Winter 2011 law review footnote The principle of subsidiarity applied: Reforming the legal framework to capture the psychological abuse of children Jessica Dixon Weaver Finding a reasonable way to enforce the reasonable efforts requirement in child protection cases, 7 Rutgers J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 100 (2009) Footnote 153: 18 Va. J. Soc. Pol'y & L. 247 (2011)
2011 course book citation Teacher's manual for legal writing Richard K. Neumann, Jr. & Sheila Simon When the truth and the story collide: What legal writers can learn from the experience of non-fiction writers about the limits of legal storytelling, 16 J. Legal Writing Inst. 163 (2010) p.102: Teacher's manual for legal writing (2d ed. 2011)