Kellermann's Kollectionn of:
Last Updated 07/11/06

  1. Aarons, Anthony. (1995, Feb-March). "Technology on Trial." Law Office Computing, 5(1), 69.

  2. Adams, Briggs. (Nov., 1994). "What If O.J. Were Tried In Chicago." Chicago Lawyer, 17(11), 4-.

  3. Alexander, S. L. (1996). "The Impact of California v. Simpson on Cameras in the Courtroom." Judicature, 79(4), 169-172.

  4. Anastaplo, George. (1995). "On Crime, Criminal Lawyers, and O.J. Simpson: Plato's Gorgias Revisited." Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, 26(3), 455-.

  5. Anastaplo, George. (1997). "The O.J. Simpson Case Revisited." Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, 28(3), pp. 461-.

  6. Arenella, P. (1996). "Foreword: O.J Lessons." Southern California Law Review, 69(4), 1233-1265.

  7. Association of the Bar of the City of New York. (1995). "The O.J. Simpson Case and Capital Punishment." Howard Law Journal, 38(2), 247-.

  8. Blum, Andrew. (1994, October 10). "O.J. Will Walk, Says 61% in Lawyer's Poll: Race, Celebrity, and the Media Will Influence the Jury, Responsdents Say." National Law Journal, 17(6), A1, col. 1.

  9. Blum, Andrew. (1996, February 26). "O.J. Simpson's Attorney Aims at Evidence: What Became of That 'Missing' 1.5cc of Blood and other Issues In, Yes, a Mock Appeal." National Law Journal, 18(26), A10, col. 1.

  10. Burcham, David W. (1996). "High Profile Trials: Can Government Sell the 'Right' to Broadcast the Proceedings?" UCLA Entertainment Law Review, 3(2), 169-.

  11. Burleigh, Nina. (1994). "Preliminary Judgments: Question Raised by O.J. Simpson Case About Discrimination in Criminal Justice Administration and the Effect of Media Coverage on a Defendant's Chances for Fair Trial." ABA Journal, 80, 55-.

  12. Carbado, D.W. (1997). "The Construction of O.J. Simpson as a Racial Victim." Harvard Civil Rights--Civil Liberties Law Review, 32(1), 49-103.

  13. Chemerinsky, Erwin. (1995). "Trial Over, Simpson Analyst Re-Evaluates: Educating the Public is Noble, But How Commentators Do It Needs Scrutiny." ABA Journal, 81, 100.

  14. Chesterman, M. (1997). "O.J. and the Dingo: How Media Publicity Relating to Criminal Cases Tried by Jury is Dealt With In Australia and America." American Journal of Comparative Law, 45(1), 109-147.

  15. Cochran, Johnnie L. (1996). "How Can You Defend Those People?" Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, 30(1), 39-.

  16. Cole, , Jeffrey. (1997). "Daniel M. Petrocelli: Reflections on the O.J. Simpson Case." Litigation, 23(3), pp. 6-.

  17. Cole, , Jeffrey. (1997). "Daniel M. Petrocelli: Reflections on the O.J. Simpson Case." Litigation, 23(4), pp. 32-.

  18. Conn, Earl L. (1995, November 11). "Journalism 101 and the O.J. Trial." Editor & Publisher, 128(45), 64.

  19. Connelly, Ross. (1994, September 3). "Domestic Violence and the Press." Editor & Publisher, 127(36), 48.

  20. Cossack, Roger. (1996). "What You See Is Not Always What You Get: Thoughts on the O.J. Trial and the Camera." Software Law Journal, 14(3), 555-.

  21. Cottrol, Robert J. (1996). "Through a Glass Diversely: The O.J. Simpson Trial as Racial Rorschach Test." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 909-.

  22. Cox, Gail Diane. (1994, July 25). "Courting the Press in California: O.J. Simpson Prosecution." National Law Journal, 16(7), A4, col. 2.

  23. Cox, Gail Diane. (1995, August 7). "Simpson et al.: O.J.-Related Suits Clog California Courts: His Buddy, His Cousin, Even His Arresting Officer Have Hired Lawyers to Slug It Out." National Law Journal, 17(49), A15, col. 1.

  24. Cox, Gail Diane. (1995, October 16). "Speedy O.J. Trial Raises Doubts. Some Wonder: Is a Quick Decision Better Than None At All?" National Law Journal, 18(7), A6, col. 3.

  25. Coyle, Marcia. (1994, July 4). "O.J. Case Highlights Death Row Debate: Despite His Celebrity, O.J. Simpson Falls Into the Most Often Executed Class, Blacks Who Kill Whites." National Law Journal, 16(44), A6, col. 2.

  26. Davis, Marc, & Davis, Kevin. (1995). "Star Rising for Simpson Jury Consultant: Social Science and Luck Helped Jo-Ellan Dimitrius Choose Sympathetic Panel." ABA Journal, 81, 14.

  27. DeBenedictis, Don J. (1994). "The National Verdict: A.B.A. Survey on Public Attitudes Towards O.J. Simpson Case." ABA Journal, 80, 52-.

  28. Duggan, Ross, & Duggan, Fiona. (1995). "A Matter of Opinion: The Simpson Trial Legacy." Oregon State Bar Bulletin, 56(1), 62-.

  29. Echevarria, J. Michael (1955). Reflections on O.J. and the Gas Chamber. The San Diego Law Review, 32(2), p. 491.

  30. Ehrenreich, Nancy S. (1996). "O.J. Simpson and the Myth of Gender/Race Conflict." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 931-.

  31. Esposito, Steven A. (1996). "Presumed Innocent? A Comparative Analysis of Network News', Primetime News Magazines', and Tabloid TV's Pretrial Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Criminal Case." Communications and the Law, 18(4), 49-72.

  32. Fiandaca, Cheryl. (1995, October 16). "Both Sides Helped to Raise Doubts." National Law Journal, 18(7), A21, col. 1.

  33. Fisher, George. (1997). The O.J. Simpson Corpus. Stanford Law Review, 49(4), 971-.

  34. Fiske, John. (1996). "Admissible Postmodernity: Some Remarks on Rodney King, O.J. Simpson, and Contemporary Culture." University of San Francisco Law Review, 30(4), 917-.

  35. Floyd, Jami. (1995). "The Other Box: Intersectionality and the O.J. Simpson Trial." Hastings Women's Law Journal, 6(2), 241-.

  36. Fricke, G. (1996). "O.J. Simpson Revisited: Using a Voir Dire in Empanelling a Jury Does Not Achieve a Representative Group." Law Institute Journal: The Official Organ of the Law Institute of Victoria, 70(1), 10-.

  37. Graham, Deborah. (1995). "In the Simpson Spotlight: Commentators Find Lots of Fame But Little Fortune From Media Exposure." ABA Journal, 81, 49.

  38. Grand, William D. (1996). "Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt: Why Jury Selection May Be the Most Important Part of Trial." Trial Diplomacy Journal, 19(2), 73-.

  39. Haltom, Bill. (1995). "But Seriously, Folks! Will the O.J. Trial(s) Ever End?" Tennessee Bar Journal, 31(6), pp. 34-.

  40. Harris, Cheryl I. (1996). "Myths of Race and Gender in the Trials of O.J. Simpson and Susan Smith: Spectacles of our Times." Washburn Law Journal, 35(2), 22-.

  41. Harris, David A. (1997, February 24). "It May Sound Strange, But Both of the O.J. Verdicts Make Sense." National Law Journal, 19(26), A24, col. 3.

  42. Hastie, Reid, & Pennington, Nancy. (1996). "The O.J. Simpson Stories: Behavioral Scientists' Reflections on the People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 957-.

  43. Hoffman, Paul L. (1997). "The Gag Order in the O.J. Simpson Civil Action: Lessons to be Learned?" Loyola Entertainment Law Journal, 17(2), 333-.

  44. Jeffe, Sherry Bebitch. (1995, December). "OJ and Gil Garcetti." California Journal, 26(12), 43-.

  45. Keeva, Steven. (1995). "Circus-Like Trial Colors Expectations: Lawyers Must Re-Educate a More Cynical Public." ABA Journal, 81, 48C.

  46. Keeva, Steven. (1995). "Storm Warnings: After Months of Courtroom Maneuvering in the O.J. Simpson Case, the Public is Ready to Indict the Entire Criminal Justice System." ABA Journal, 81, 77-.

  47. Keeva, Steven, & Goldberg, S.B. (1996). "Panel Proposes Changes After OJ Trial Experience." ABA Journal, 82, 118.

  48. Koehler, J. J. (1997, June). "One in Millions, Billions, and Trillions: Lessons from People v. Collins (1968) for People v. Simpson (1995)." Journal of Legal Education, 47(2), pp. 214-223.

  49. Kolarik, G.L., & Cassens, D. (1997). "A Psychological Payoff in OJ Case." ABA Journal, 83, 28-29.

  50. Krieger, Albert J. (1996). "Reflections on the O.J. Simpson Trial." Criminal Justice, 10(4), 2-.

  51. Lassiter, Christo. (1996). "The O.J. Simpson Verdict: A Lesson in Black and White." Michigan Journal of Race & Law, 1(1), 69-.

  52. Moore, Andrew G.T. (1996). "The O.J. Trial -- A Debacle for the Profession." Saint Louis University Law Journal, 41(1), pp. 9-.

  53. Moskovitz, Myron. (1995). The O.J. Inquisition: A United States Encounter With Continental Criminal Justice. Vanderbilt Journal Of Transnational Law, 28(5), p. 1121.

  54. Mueller, Christopher B. (1996). "Introduction: O.J. Simpson and the Criminal Justice System on Trial." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 727-.

  55. Myers, Ken. (1994, November 21). "Behind the Scenes at O.J. Trial, Law Students Assist Judge Ito." National Law Journal, 17(12), A17, col. 1.

  56. Neville-Turner, J. (1994). "The O.J. Simpson Drama: One of the Causes Celebres of Legal History." Law Institute Journal: The Official Organ of the Law Institute of Victoria, 68(12), 1169-.

  57. Oliver, Eric. (1995). "O.J., Can You See? What TV Trials Confirm About Bias." Trial Diplomacy Journal, 18(5), 245-.

  58. Orlik, Deborah K. (1995, July/August). "Trial Publicity." Legal Assistant Today, 12(6), 90-91.

  59. Palermo, B.J. (1996, December 23). "Simpson Trial Lawyers: A Big Contrast. Plaintiff's Lead Counsel is Praised For Good Preparation, Opponent Gets Marks for Style." National Law Journal, 19(17), A1, col. 2.

  60. Palermo, B.J. (1997, February 10). "Appealing the O.J. Civil Case: If Errors Were Made, Are They Enough For a Reversal?" National Law Journal, 19(24), A1, col. 1.

  61. Palermo, B.J. (1997, April 14). "The Race for O.J.' s Assets is On -- And It Is Tortuous. Some Simpson Assets May Be Hidden. California Law Shelters Others From Seizure." National Law Journal, 19(33), A9, col 1.

  62. Palermo, B.J. (1997). "A Rush To Reform: Critics Fear Some Simpson-Inspired Changes Are Misguided." ABA Journal, 83, 20-.

  63. Park, Roger C. (1996). "Character Evidence Issues in the O.J. Simpson Case, OR, Rationales of the Character Evidence Ban, With Illustrations From the Simpson Case." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 747-.

  64. Parloff, Roger. (1996). "Shootout at the O.J. Corral." The American Lawyer, 18(10), 71-.

  65. Pillsbury, Samuel H. (1997). "Time, TV, and Criminal Justice: Second Thoughts on the Simpson Trial." Criminal Law Bulletin, 33(1), 3-.

  66. Pugsley, Robert A. (1997). "This Courtroom is Not a Television Studio: Why Judge Fujisaki Made the Correct Call in Gagging the Lawyers and the Parties, and Banning the Cameras From the O.J. Simpson Civil Case." Loyola Entertainment Law Journal, 17(2), 369-.

  67. Raeder, Myrna S. (1995). "The Women of the Simpson Case: Does Gender Affect Justice?" Women Lawyers' Journal, 81(2), 13-.

  68. Raeder, Myrna S. (1996). "The Admissibility of Prior Acts of Domestic Violence: Simpson and Beyond." Southern California Law Review, 69(4), 1463-1517.

  69. Reske, Henry J. (1995). "Courtroom Cameras Face New Scrutiny: Critics Say Simpson Case Should Not Be Televised." ABA Journal, 81, 48D.

  70. Reske, Henry J. (1995). "Verdict on Simpson Trial: Observers Say Prosecution Lost the Case Over a Bloody Glove, Racist Cop." ABA Journal, 81, 48-.

  71. Reuben, Richard C. (1995). "O.J. Trial a Case Study in Stress: Experts Point to Ways of Coping When Courtrooms Heat Up, Tempers Flare." ABA Journal, 81, 14.

  72. Rice, Benjamin Z. (1996). "A Voice from People v. Simpson: Reconsidering the Propensity Rule in Spousal Homicide Cases." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, 29(2), 939-.

  73. Ricker, Di Mari. (1996, January 1). My Life as an O.J. Clerk. Student Lawyer, 24(5), 20-.

  74. Robinson, David. (1996). "The Shift of the Balance of Advantage in Criminal Litigation: The Case of Mr. Simpson." Akron Law Review, 30(1), 1-.

  75. Rosenberg, Charles B. (1995). "The Law After O.J." ABA Journal, 81, 72-.

  76. Schmaltz, Kurt L., & Garvin, Thomas F. (1996). "A Panel of Distinguished Attorneys Analyzes the Need for Reform of the Criminal Justice System in the Wake of the O.J. Simpson Trial." Los Angeles Lawyer, 19(3), 32-.

  77. Sherman, Rorie. (1994, October 3). "Simpson Trial Showcases Latest Court Tech Tricks: Prosecutors Are Undecided About Using High Tech, But the Defense Is Ready To Go." National Law Journal, 17(5), A16, col. 1.

  78. Silvergate, Havey A. (1995, October 16). "Simpson Jury Sends a Subtle Message on Race." National Law Journal, 18(7), A21, col. 1.

  79. Strauss, Marcy. (1996). "From Witness to Riches: The Constitutionality of Restricting Witness Speech." Arizona Law Review, 38(1), 291-.

  80. Thompson, William C. (1996). "DNA Evidence in the O.J. Simpson Trial." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 827-.

  81. Uelmen, Gerald F. (1996). "Lord Broughham's Bromide: Good Lawyers as Bad Citizens." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, 30(1), 119-.

  82. Uelmen, Gerald F. (1997). "Jury-Bashing and the O.J. Simpson Verdict." Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, 20(2), 475-481.

  83. Underwood, Richard. (1996). "Perjury: An Anthology." Arizona Journal of International and Comparative [ ], 13(2), 307-.

  84. Vesselinovitch, Alexanders. (1996, Summer). "Criminal Trial, Russian Style: An American in Moscow." Criminal Justice, 10(2), pp. 13, 52-53.

  85. Wesson, Marianne. (1996). "That's My Story and I'm Stickin' To It: The Jury as Fifth Business in the Trial of O.J. Simpson and Other Matters." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 949-.

  86. Young, P.W. (1995). "Free Speech, Fair Trial, and O.J. Simpson." Australian Law Journal, 69(3), 157-.

  87. Young, P. W. (1995). "O.J. Simpson and the Jury System." Australian Law Journal, 69(12), 931-.

  88. ----. (1994, July). "Battered Women and the Law: 'We Are All Responsible.'" Trial, 30(7), 62-.

  89. ----. (1995, May). "Simpson Trial Shows Textbook Examples of Lawyer Stress." ABA Journal, 81, 14-.

  90. ----. (1995, Summer). "An O.J. Retrial Without Cameras?" News Media & the Law, 19(3), 12-.

  91. ----. (1995, Fall). "North Carolina: A Screenwriter Who Interviewed a Detective as a Necessary Witness in the O.J. Simpson Murder Trial and Was Forced to Testify." The News Media and the Law, 19(4), 22-.

  92. ----. (1995, November). "Special Report: The Aftermath of the Simpson Trial." ABA Journal, 81, 48-.

  93. ----. (1996, January 1). O.J. Jr.? California Lawyer, 16(1), 24-.

  94. ----. (1996, Summer). "Roundup: The Effects of a Recent Federal Cameras Experiment and the O.J. Simpson Trial Continue to Influence Courts Around the Country as They Rule on Camera Access Issues." The News Media & The Law, 20(3), 21-.

  95. ----. (1996, December). Books: O.J. Simpson Authors Won't Go Away. ABA Journal, 82, 92.

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