Elizabeth L. MacDowell
Elizabeth L. MacDowell, Functional Fragmentation: A Systems Theory of Access to Justice (working title) (forthcoming).
Elizabeth L. MacDowell & Ann Cammett, The Incarcerated Family (forthcoming).
Elizabeth L. MacDowell & Ann Cammett, Models of Invisibility: Rendering Domestic and Other Gendered Violence Visible to Students through Clinical Teaching, Violence Against Women (forthcoming 2013).
Elizabeth L. MacDowell, Theorizing from Particularity: Perpetrators and Intersectional Theory on Domestic Violence, 16 J. Gender, Race, & Justice 531 (2013).
Elizabeth L. MacDowell, When Courts Collide: Integrated Domestic Violence Courts and Court Pluralism, 20 Tex. J. Women & L. 95 (2011).
Elizabeth L. MacDowell, When Reading Between the Lines is Not Enough: Lessons From Media Coverage of a Domestic Violence Homicide-Suicide, 17 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol’y & L. 269 (2009).
Elizabeth L. MacDowell, Law on the Street: Legal Narrative and the Street Law Classroom, 9 Rutgers Race & L. Rev. 285 (2008).
Practice Oriented Publications
Ann Cammett & Elizabeth MacDowell, The Family Justice Clinic: Increasing Access to Justice for Nevada Families in Need, Nev. Law., May 2011, at 42.
Elizabeth L. MacDowell on the Scholarly Commons