Thursday, March 19, 2009
I discussed the parameters of the academic debate over apology immunity laws in this post. For those of you interested in delving into the literature, I offer this bibliography.
- Aaron Lazare, On Apology (2004)
- Nicholas Tavuchis, Mea Culpa: A Sociology of Apology and Reconciliation (1991)
- Doug Wojcieszak, James W. Saxton, & Maggie M. Finkelstein, Sorry Works! (2008)
- Jonathan R. Cohen, Advising Clients to Apologize, 72 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1009 (1999)
- Jonathan R. Cohen, Legislating Apology: The Pros and Cons, 70 U. Cin. L. Rev. 819 (2002)
- Erin Ann O'Hara & Douglas Yarn, On Apology and Consilience, 77 Wash. L. Rev. 1121 (2002)
- Aviva Orenstein, Apology Excepted: Incorporating a Feminist Analysis into Evidence Policy Where You Would Least Expect It, 28 Sw. U. L. Rev. 221 (1999)
- Jennifer K. Robbennolt, Apologies and Legal Settlement: An Empirical Examination, 102 Mich. L. Rev. 460 (2004)
- Jennifer K. Robbennolt, Attorneys, Apologies, and Settlement Negotiation, 13 Harv. Negot. L. Rev. 349 (2008).
- Daniel W. Shuman, The Role of Apology in Tort Law, 83 Judicature 180 (1999-2000)
- Lee Taft, Apology Subverted: The Commodification of Apology, 109 Yale L.J. 1135 (2000)