Books or Treatises
Building on Best Practices in Legal Education (Lisa Bliss, Carrie Kaas, Antointette Sedillo Lopez & Deborah Maranville eds., forthcoming 2015).
Peer Reviewed Journals & Law Reviews
Deborah Maranville, Talk, Curriculum Innovation in a Time of Crisis: U.S. Responses to the Call for "Practice Ready" Graduates, HoYoTo RinshoKyo [Lawyers and Clinical Education] (forthcoming).
Deborah Maranville, Kate O'Neill & Carolyn Plumb, Lessons for Legal Education from the Engineering Profession's Experience with Outcomes-Based Accreditation, 38 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1017-93 (2012).
Deborah A. Maranville et al., Re-Vision Quest: A Law School Guide to Designing Experiential Courses Involving Real Lawyering, 56 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 517-58 (2012).
Deborah Maranville, Classroom Incivilities, Gender, Authenticity and Orthodoxy, and the Limits of Hard Work: Four Lenses for Interpreting a "Failed" Teaching Experience, 12 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 699-732 (2006).
Deborah Maranville, Bridging Practice and Doctrine: How and Why to Integrate Experiential Learning into the Traditional Curriculum, 7 Waseda Proc. Comp. L. 43-56 (2004), reprinted in Hoso yosei to rinsho hogaku kyoiku [The Development of Lawyers and Clinical Legal Education] (Shigeo Miyagawa comp., Seibundo 2007).
Deborah Maranville, Unemployment Insurance Meets Globalization and the Modern Workforce, 44 Santa Clara L. Rev. 1129-58 (2004).
Deborah Maranville, Workplace Mythologies and Unemployment Insurance: Exit, Voice, and Exhausting All Reasonable Alternatives to Quitting, 31 Hofstra L. Rev. 459-513 (2003).
Deborah Maranville, Building a Better Sand Castle: Fantasy, Growth, and the Enchantment of Reason, 57 U. Miami L. Rev. 1007-27 (2003).
Deborah Maranville, Infusing Passion and Context into the Traditional Law School Curriculum Through Experiential Learning, 51 J. Legal Educ. 51-74 (2001).
Deborah Maranville, Passion, Context, and Lawyering Skills: Choosing Among Simulated and Real Clinical Experiences, 7 Clinical L. Rev. 123-46 (2000).
Deborah Maranville, Changing Economy, Changing Lives: Unemployment Insurance and the Contingent Workforce, 4 B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. 291-337 (1995).
Deborah Maranville, Feminist Theory and Legal Practice: A Case Study on Unemployment Compensation Benefits and the Male Norm, 43 Hastings L.J. 1081-94 (1992).
Deborah Maranville, Welfare and Federalism, 36 Loy. L. Rev. 1-53 (1990).
Deborah Maranville, Nonacquiescence: Outlaw Agencies, Imperial Courts, and the Perils of Pluralism, 39 Vand. L. Rev. 471-538 (1986).
Deborah Maranville, Teaching for Transfer: Curricular Integration, Linking & Sequencing, in Building on Best Practices in Legal Education (forthcoming 2015).
Deborah Maranville, Teaching Statute Reading Basics in a First Year Doctrinal Course: A "Handout" and Suggested Classroom Exercises, Law Teacher (Inst. for Law Sch. Teaching), Spring 2013, at 18-20.
Deborah A. Maranville, Memo to the Faculty from a Clinic Director Candidate: What Subject Matter Areas Your Clinic Should Cover and Why, Soc. Sci. Res. Network (Sept. 18, 2008).
Legal Education at the Crossroads. Ideas to Accomplishments: Sharing New Ideas for Integrated Curriculum. University of Washington School of Law, September 5-7, 2008. [Conference materials] 142 pages.
Deborah Maranville & the University of Washington School of Law Gender Study, Findings from the University of Washington School of Law Gender Study, Wash. St. B. News, Feb. 2006, at 16-22.
Deborah Maranville, Using Technology, Modeling, and Teacher Feedback to Teach IRAC in Civil Procedure, Law Tchr., Fall 2004, at 11.
Deborah Maranville, Administrative Law (Lexis Law Pub. 1997) (Seattle University Skills Development Series) 1 vol.
Deborah Maranville, Book Review, 69 Minn. L. Rev. 325-347 (1984) (reviewing Jerry L. Mashaw, Bureaucratic Justice: Managing Social Security Disability Claims (1983)).
Deborah Maranville, Legal Factors Affecting the Administration and Delivery of Social and Health Services, in Issues in the Organization of Social and Health Services (Russell M. Lidman & Thomas M. Sykes eds., Washington State Institute for Public Policy 1988).
Deborah Maranville & Lisa M. Stone, Op-Ed., No to Proposed Unemployment Change, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 30, 2003, at B7.
Deborah Maranville, Focus Commentary, Not Over It Yet: High Court's Decision for Bush Renews Debate over Rule of Law, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Mar. 11, 2001, at D9.