REDFIELD - Sarah E. Redfield (Professor Emeritus)

Professor Emeritus
B.A., Mount Holyoke College
J.D., Northeastern University
LL.M., Harvard Law School

Biography

Updated: July 5, 2012

 

Books

  • The Education Pipeline to the Professions: Programs that Work to Increase Diversity (Carolina Academic Press 2012)
  • Special Education Law: Cases and Materials (LEXIS 3d ed. 2010) (with Mark Weber & Ralph Mawdsley)
  • Diversity Realized: Putting the Walk with the Talk for Diversity in the Pipeline to the Legal Profession (Vandeplas 2009)
  • Education Law: An Interactive, Problem-Based Approach (LEXIS 2009) (with Scott Johnson)
  • Student Aspiration & Achievement: Working in Partnership Along the Educational Pipeline from Preschool to Professional School, Critical Issues in Education Law and Policy (LEXIS 2006) (with Brett G. Scharffs).
  • The Cutting Edge: Education Law and Policy Topics (ed., 2005).
  • Special Education Law: Cases and Materials (LEXIS 2d ed. 2004-5) (with Mark Weber & Ralph Mawdsley).
  • Special Education Law: Cases and Materials (LEXIS 2004) (with Mark Weber and Ralph Mawdsley).
  • Renovating the K20 Pyramid in Law and Education Crucial Issues (Lexis 2004) (with Gary Miller, Jack Nagle, Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker and Clark Kelso).
  • Thinking Like a Lawyer: An Educator's Guide to Legal Analysis and Research (Carolina Academic Press 2002).

Book Chapters

  • Achieving an Impartial Jury: Removing Bias in Voir Dire and Deliberations in The State of Criminal Justice 2012, American Bar Association (2012) (with Salma Safiedine)

Articles

  • A Teacher Who Looks Like Me, __ St. John's J.C.R. & Econ. Dev. __ (forthcoming) (with Chris Goodman)
  • What Color is Special Education? 41 J. L. & Educ. 129 (2012)
  • The Educational Pipeline to Law School - Too Broken and Too Narrow to Provide Diversity, 8 Pierce L. Rev. 347 (2010)
  • The Educational Pipeline from Preschool to Professional School: Working to Increase Diversity in the Profession, 75 The Bar Examiner #2 (May 2006) (with Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker).
  • Report to the James Irvine Foundation Professional, University, College, High Schools P20 Partnership Programs: Description & Evaluation, Sacramento Charter High School Schools of Law and Public Service and Health Sciences (with Catherine Adams Mincucci).
  • Law Schools Cannot Be Effective in Isolation, 1 BYU Educ. L.J. (2005) (with Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker).
  • Pacific’s P-20 Initiative to Increase Diversity in Law Schools, Educ. Law Ass'n, Tucson, Ariz., 2004 (with John Nagle, Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker, Gary Miller, & Clark Kelso).
  • Renovating the P-20 Pyramid in Education with the Leadership of Schools of Law: Report of a Three-Day Conference at Wingspread Conference Center (2004) (with John Nagle).
  • Threats Made, Threats Posed: School and Judicial Analysis in Need of Redirection, 2003 BYU Educ. & L. J. 663 (2003).
  • The Convergence of Education and Law : A New Class of Educators and Lawyers, 36 Ind. L. Rev. 609 (2003).
  • Should We Teach the Teachers: Why Educators Need to Know the Law, Legal Issues in Education, 32 Orbit Magazine #2 (University of Toronto 2002).

Other

  • Diversity Matters in Washington State, Wash. State B. News (Summer 2010) (with John Sklut & Chanch Duarte White)
  • A View from the Silo: Educating Lawyers and Educators,Nat'l Sch. Bd. Ass'n Leadership Insider (May 2009)
  • Realizing Diversity - Why the Educational Pipeline is Critical, Clev. Metro. B. J. (Feb. 2009)
  • Education Law—The View from the States, (Education Law Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Can., Aug. 2005).
  • The Wingspread P-20 Initiative: A Law-related Consortium for Renovating the P-20 Pyramid and Reducing the Achievement Gap, (Presidential Session, AERA (American Educational Researchers Association) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Can., Apr. 2005) (with Jack Nagle & Alan Sadovnik, Tom Rutten, and Catherine Millett (ETS)).
  • Law Schools and the Educational Pipeline (Virginia Education Law Conference, Norfolk, Va., Apr. 2005).
  • Increasing Diversity in the Legal Profession: A Model for Collaboration with Schools of Law, Education, Liberal Arts and High Schools and Bench, Bar and Corporate Counsel, Educ. Law Ass'n Papers (CD 2005) (with Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker).
  • K20 School Reform (Virginia Education Law Conference, Richmond, Va., 2004) (with Gary Miller).
  • Restraining Difficult Behaviors in Schools: Legal and Policy Issues (Virginia Education Law Conference, Richmond, Va., 2004)(with Scott Johnson, Esq.).
  • No Child Left Behind (Training Series with the NH Dept. of Education, Concord, N.H., (Spring 2004) (with Scott Johnson, Esq.).
  • National Conference on Charter Schools: Trends and Policy Issues (Organized, Sacramento, Cal., 2004).
  • Special Education (Facilitated Meetings Training with Professor Dorie Shaw and Special Education director Cecilia Cox, 2003-4).
  • The How To's of Teaching School Law (with Venitta McCal, Education Law Association, Savannah, Ga., Nov., 2003).
  • Discrimination and Diversity (10th Annual Education Law Institute, Portland, Me., 2003).
  • NCLB Primer (10th Annual Education Law Conference, Portland, Me., 2003).
  • Alternatives to School Finance Litigation ( Virginia Education Law Conference, Williamsburg, Va., 2003) (with Scott Johnson, Esq. & Howard Bellman, Esq.).
  • No Child Left Behind: What We Need to Know, International Dyslexia Association, Concord, N.H., 2003.
  • Teaching Law (Education Law Association, New Orleans, La., 2002).
  • Threatening Speech (9th Annual Education Law Institute, Concord, N.H., 2002).*
  • Law Primer (9th Annual Education Law Institute, Concord, N.H., 2002).*
  • Hot Topics in Education Law (9th Annual Education Law Institute, Concord, N.H., 2002) (with William Bosher and Richard Vacca.*
  • Bullying, Ratting, and Reporting (National Ass'n of Secondary School Principals, Atlanta, Ga., 2002.*
  • Bullying, Ratting, and Reporting (National Ass'n of Elementary School Principals, San Antonio, Tex., 2002).*
  • Leaders and Lawyers (National Ass'n of Secondary School Principals, Atlanta, Ga., 2002 (with Ruth C. Ash, Samford Univ., Bullard Beeson School of Educ. and Prof. Studies)).*
  • Legal Principles for Principals (NH Ass'n of School Principals, Concord, N.H., 2002).*
  • The Supremes Go to School (Law Librarians of New England, Concord, N.H., 2002).*
  • Legal Principles: The Cocktail Party Cases (Special Educators Conference, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC, 2002).*
  • School Finance: Alternatives to Litigation? Educating Educators about the Law, (Education Law Association, New Orleans, LA, 2002).*
  • Bullying, Ratting, and Reporting, 8th Annual Education Law Institute, Concord, N.H., 2001).*
  • Threats and Violence (National Association of Secondary School Principals, Phoenix, Ariz., 2001).*
  • The American Perspective, Constitutional Educational Issues (Canadian Education Law Association, Vancouver, BC, 2001).*
  • Discipline Goes to Court (8th Annual Education Law Institute, Concord, N.H., 2001).*
  • Threats and Violence at School: Legal How Tos (7th Annual Education Law Institute, Concord, N.H., 2001).*
  • Threats and Violence at School: Legal How Tos (National Ass'n of Secondary School Principals, Phoenix, Ariz. 2001).*
  • Why Distance Learning Works (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction, Suffolk Law School, Boston, Mass., 2001) (with John M. Farago, City Univ. of New York School of Law).*
  • Collisions on the Information Highway (National Association of Secondary School Principals, San Antonio, Tex., 2000).*
  • Collisions on the Information Highway (National Association of Elementary School Principals, New Orleans, La., 2000).*
  • Law Schools and Distance Learning (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction, Chicago, IL, 2000).*
  • Threats and Violence at School: Legal How To's (7th Annual Education Law Institute, Franklin Pierce Law Center, Concord, N.H., 2000).*
  • Law Schools and Distance Learning, CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction, Chicago Kent Law School, Chicago, Ill., 2000).*

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