I have published the following articles in national publications. My goal has always been to share what I know, in order to help other attorneys who are dealing with similar problems help their clients.
Identifying Civil Rights Violations, Trial Magazine (October 2021) Read here
Winning Workers’ Compensation Cases for Injured Employees, South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association (March/April 2021) Read here
“Bad Men Among the Whites” Claims After Richard v. United States, 43 New Mexico Law Review 533 (2013).
Medical Privacy: The South Dakota Supreme Court Adopts SDCL 19-2-13, 57 South Dakota Law Review 1 (2012).
Trial Lawyering and Psychodrama, Bulletin of the British Psychodrama Association (2006).
Psychodrama and Justice: Training Trial Lawyers, in Psychodrama in the 21st Century, Clinical and Educational Applications, Springer Publishing Company (2003).
Psychodrama and Trial Lawyering, Trial Magazine (1999).
Cross-Examining a Vocational Expert in a Social Security Case, The Practical Litigator, vol. 9, no. 4 (1998).
Native Americans and the Vaccine Act: Excluding Those We Found Here, 46 American University Law Review 1935 (1997).
A Shooting Range at Bear Butte: Reconciliation or Racism?, 50 South Dakota Law Review 244 (1995).
Minimizing the Workers’ Compensation Offset in Social Security Cases, The Practical Litigator, vol. 5, no. 4 (July 1994). This article was reprinted in West’s Social Security Reporting Service, vol. 46, no. 1 (January, 1995). I updated it and it was republished by the Workers’ Injury Law and Advocacy Group in 2010.
A Practical Approach to Social Security and SSI Claims, The Practical Litigator, vol. 2, no. 3 (May 1991).
Rethinking Indian Law, The Advocate Press (1982) (edited w/others)
In addition to these national publications, I have published many articles in The Barrister, the publication of the South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association. Some of them can be found at https://sdtla.com/?pg=Barrister