The book chapters and articles below are the additional assigned readings referenced in the Client Science course syllabi on this website.
The first item “Client Science: Advice for Lawyers on Initial Client Interviews” was written specifically for this course and this website, and may be freely downloaded. We are seeking permission from authors and publishers regarding free download of the remaining items. However, if you or your library owns the books or subscribes to the journals from which chapters and articles below are taken, they should be accessible to you from those sources.
- Aaron, M., “Client Science: Advice for Lawyers on Initial Client Interviews” (Clientsciencecourse.com, 2013).
- Cunningham, C., “What Do Clients Want From Their Lawyers?” Social Science Research Network (SSRN) (2009).
- Golann, D., “Death of a Claim: The Impact of Loss Reactions on Bargaining,” Negotiation Journal, Vol. 20, No. 4 (October 2004).
- Aaron M. & Hoffer, D., “Decision Analysis as a Method of Evaluating the Trial Alternative,” Ch. 11 in Golann, D., Mediating Legal Disputes (Boston: Aspen, 1996): 307-334.
- Aaron M., “Finding Settlement with Numbers, Maps and Trees,” Ch. 13 in Moffitt, M. and Bordone, R. eds., The Handbook of Dispute Resolution (Jossey Bass, 2005).
- ABA Model Rule 1.4 and Comments 1-7