Campbell, Birth Control as a Condition of Probation for Those Convicted of Child Abuse: A Psycholegal Discussion of Whether the Condition Prevents Future Child Abuse or Is a Violation of Liberty, 28 Gonzaga Law Review 67 (1992/93), reprinted in Child Abuse: A Multidisciplinary Survey (B. Finkelman ed. 1995).

Campbell, Murphy-Berman & Berman, Allocating Medical Resources and Medicaid: Raising the Issues from a Psychological Jurisprudential Perspective, 60 U.M.K.C. Law Review 665 (1992).

Campbell, Pierre-Trettel, Koenig, Pfeifer, Wolfe & Gabriel, Gender and Presentational Style: When the Verdict of a Trial Is Unaffected by an Attorney’s Personal Characteristics and Behavior, Justice Is Served, 31 Washburn Law Journal 415 (1992).

Campbell & Tomkins, Gender, Race, Grades, and Law Review Membership as Factors in Law Firm Hiring Decisions: An Empirical Study, 18 Journal of Contemporary Law 211 (1992).

Campbell, Obscenity, Music And The First Amendment: Was the Crew 2 Lively? 15 Nova Law Review 159 (1991).

Campbell, “Testing” The Copyright Clause: Copyright Protection for Educational and Psychological Tests, 69 Nebraska Law Review 791 (1990).

Campbell, Television Violence: Social Science vs. the Law, 10 Loyola Entertainment Law Journal 413 (1990).

Campbell, Mandatory AIDS Testing: A Psycholegal Perspective, 66 North Dakota Law Review 449 (1990).

Campbell, The Psychopath and the Definition of “Mental Disease or Defect” under the Model Penal Code Test of Insanity: A Question of Psychology or a Question of Law?, 69 Nebraska Law Review 190 (1990), reprinted in Law & Psychology: The Broadening of the Discipline (J.R.P. Ogloff ed. 1992).

Campbell, LB 90 and the Confrontation Clause: The Use of Videotaped and In Camera Testimony in Criminal Trials to Accommodate Child Witnesses, 68 Nebraska Law Review 372 (1989).

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