W&L Scholarly Commons (Available PDFs)Books, including monographs and treatises
Cases and Materials on the Law Governing Lawyers, 4th ed. (Lexis/Nexis 2012).
The Litigation Department Lawyer (West 2011).
An Introduction to Law, Law Study, and the Lawyer's Role, 3rd. ed. (Carolina Academic Press 2010). (with James E. Moliterno & Fredric I. Lederer)
James E. Moliterno, Ruben Melikyan & Davit Melkonyan, Materials for a Course in Legal Analysis for Armenian Law (written in English tranlated to Armenian) (ABA CEELI 2008).
Materials for a Course in Lawyer Ethics for Georgian Law (written in English tranlated to Georgian) (ABA CEELI 2008).
Cases and Materials on the Law Governing Lawyers, 3rd.ed. (LexisNexis 2008).
James E. Moliterno & George Harris, Global Perspectives on Professional Responsibility (Thomson-West 2007).
Professional Responsibilty (Study Guide Series) (Aspen 2006).
Professional Responsibility (Emanual Law Outline) (Aspen 2006).
Materials for a Comparative Ethics Course for Serbian Law Schools: Serbian, European, American and Japanese Lawyer Standards (written in English translated to Serbian) (NCSC USAID 2005).
James E. Moliterno, Radmila Vasic, Zorana Kostic & Radmila Dicic, Materials for a Course in Writing and Research for Serbian Law Schools (written in English translated to Serbian) (NCSC USAID 2004).
James Moliterno & F. Lederer, Introduction to Law, Law Study and the Lawyer's Role, 2nd ed. (Carolina Academic Press 2004)
Professional Responsibility (Study Guide Series) (Aspen 2003).
Professional Responsibility (Emanual Law Outline) (Aspen 2003).
Ethics of the Lawyer's Work, 2d ed. (Thomson West 2003).
Professional Responsibility (Roadmap Series) (Aspen 1999).
James E. Moliterno & J. Levy, Ethics of the Lawyer's Work, 1st ed. (West Pub. 1993).
James Moliterno & Stephan E. Noona, Non-deposition Discovery Ethics Issues in Legal Ehtics (ABA 2000).
Law Review Articles and other scholarly publications
Rectifying Wrongful Convictions: May a Lawyer Reveal Her Client's Confidences to Rectify the Wrongful Conviction of Another?, 38 Hastings Const. L. Q. 811 (2011) (A Roundtable Discussion of the ABA's Standards for Criminal Litigation).
Some Lessons from the International Judicial Front, 42 McGeorge L. Rev. 213 (2010) (Symposium: Judicial Ethics and Accountability: At Home and Abroad).
What the ICJ's Decision Means for Kosovars, 11 German L.J. 891 (2010).
Exporting American Legal Ethics, 43 Akron L. Rev. 769 (2010).
A Golden-Age of Civic Involvement: The Client-Centered Disadvantage for Lawyers as Law Makers, 50 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1261 (2009).
The Lawyer as Catalyst for Social Change, 77 Fordham L. Rev. 1559 (2009).
Exporting American Legal Education, 58 J. Legal Educ. 274 (2008).
Teaching Legal Ethics in a Simulated, Experimental Education Model: Why the First Year? (Essay Conference Paper published in Japanese 2006).
The Administrative Judiciary's Independence Myth, 41 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1191 (2006)(Reprinted 27 JNAALJ 2007)(tranlated and reprinted in Chinese academic journal).
The Federal Government Lawyer's Duty to Breach Confidentiality, 14 Temp. Pol. & Civ. Rts. L. Rev. 633 (2005).
Politically Motivated Bar Discipline, 83 Wash. U. L. Q. 725 (2005).
Broad Prohibition, Thin Rationale: The Acquisition of Interest and Financial Assistance in Litigation Rules, 16 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 233 (2003).
Fairness Issues in Negotiations, 52 Mercer L. Rev. 917 (2001)(Panel Remarks).
Experience and Legaal Ethics Teaching, 12 Legal Educ. Rev. 3 (2001).
Why Formalism?, 49 Kan. L. Rev. 135 (2000).
Live-Client, In-House Clinics: Some Ethics Issues, 67 Fordham L. Rev. 2377 (1999).
Lawyer Creeds and Moral Seismography, 32 Wake Forest L. Rev. 781 (1997).
On the Future of Integration Between Skills and Ethics Teaching: Clinical Legal Education in 2010, 46 J. Legal Educ. 67 (1996).
Experimental Education, Legal Education and Professional Responsibility, 38 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 71 (1996).
Practice Setting as an Organizing Theme for a Law and Ethics Lawyering Curriculum, 39 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 393 (1996).
Professional Preparedness: A Comparative Study of Law Graduates' Perceived Readiness for Professional Ethics Issues, 58 Law & Contemp. Probs. 259 (1995).
Teaching Legal Ethics in a Program of Comprehensive Skills Development, 15 J. Legal Prof. 145 (1991).
An Analysis of Ethics Teaching in Law Schools:Replacing Lost Benefits of the Apprentice System in the Academic Atmosphere, 60 U. Cin. L. Rev. 83 (1991).
The Legal Skills Program at William and Mary: An Early Report, 40 J. Legal Educ. 535 (1990).
The Secret of Success: The Small-section First-year Skills Offering and Its Relationship to Independent Thinking, 55 Mo. L. Rev. 875 (1990).
James E. Moliterno & Paul LeBel, The Joe Isuzu Dean Search: A Guide to
Interpretation of Announcement Letters, 39 J. Legal Educ. 265 (1989)
(reprinted in Amicus Humoriae: An Anthology of Legal Humor,
Jarvis, Baker & McClurg, eds. (Carolina Academic Press 2003)). (
Goodness and Humanness: Distinguishing Traits?, 19 N.M. L. Rev. 203 (1989).
Review Note, 110 Ethics 456 (2000) (reviewing Ethical Challenges to Legal Education & Conduct, Kim Economides ed. (Hart Pub. 1998).
Review Note, 111 Ethics 210 (2000) (Reviewing: John A. Rohr, Public Service, Ethics and Constitutional Practice (Univ. Kansas Press 1998)).
Book Review, 46 J. Legal Educ. 280 (1997) (reviewing Seattle University Skills Development Series)