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Pam Jenoff graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and also attended New York University School of Law as a Root-Tilden scholar. She also received her master’s degree in history from Cambridge University and her bachelor’s degree magna cum laude from The George Washington University.
From the Shoulders of Giants: Harold Nicolson’s Peacemaking 1919 and the Congress of Vienna. For The Sake of Present & Future Generations: Essays on International Law, Crime and Justice in Honor of Roger S. Clark. Pp. 72-81 (Brill Nijhoff 2015.)
The Self-Assessed Writer: Harnessing Fiction Writing Processes To Understand Ourselves as Legal Writers and Maximize Legal Writing Productivity, 10 Leg. Comm. & Rhetoric: JALWD 187 (2013) (This article was funded by a Legal Writing Institute/Association of Legal Writing Directors Scholarship Grant.)
As Equal As Others? Rethinking Access to Discrimination Law 81 U. Cinn. L. Rev. 85 (2012).
Nothing New Under The Sun: More Things Change the More They Stay the Same: How the Legal Profession’s Twenty-First Century Challenges Resemble Those of the Turn of the Twentieth Century, 40 Fordham J. Urb. L. 482 (2012) (with Russell G. Pearce).
Going Native: Incentive, Identity & The Inherent Ethical Problem of In-House Counsel, 114 W. Va. L. Rev. 725 (2012).
The Case for Candor: Application of the Self-Critical Analysis Privilege to Corporate Diversity Initiatives, 76 Brook. L. Rev. 569 (2011).
Owning Ancestry: The Dilemma of Jewish Communal Property Restitution in Poland, 8 Colum. J. E. Eur. L. 1 (2001).
Managing Memory: The Legal Status of Auschwitz-Birkenau and Resolution of Conflicts in the Post-Communist Era, 46 The Polish Rev. 131 (2001).
Book review: Martin S. Quigley, Peace Without Hiroshima: Secret Action at the Vatican in the Spring of 1945. 7 Cambridge Rev. Int’l. Affairs 57 (1993).
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