Helen A. Anderson
Books or Treatises
Washington Appellate Practice Deskbook (3d ed. Helen A. Anderson contributor, Wash. St. B. Ass'n 2005 & Supp. 2011) 2 vols.
Washington Appellate Practice Deskbook (Helen A. Anderson contributor, Wash. St. B. Ass'n 1993 & Supp. 1998). 3 vols.
Peer Reviewed Journals & Law Reviews
Helen A. Anderson, Police Stories, 111 Nw. U. L. Rev. Online 19-38 (2016).
Helen A. Anderson, Frenemies of the Court: the Many Faces of Amicus Curiae, 49 U. Rich. L. Rev. 361-416 (2015).
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Helen A. Anderson, The Psychotherapist Privilege: Privacy and "Garden Variety" Emotional Distress, 21 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 117-56 (2013).
Helen A. Anderson, From the Thief in the Night to the Guest Who Stayed Too Long: The Evolution of Burglary in the Shadow of the Common Law, 45 Ind. L. Rev. 629-67 (2012).
Helen A. Anderson, Revising Harmless Error: Making Innocence Relevant to Direct Appeals, 17 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 391-402 (2011).
Helen A. Anderson, Changing Fashions in Advocacy: 100 Years of Brief-Writing Advice, 11 J. App. Prac. & Process 1-17 (2010).
Helen A. Anderson, Penalizing Poverty: Making Indigent Criminal Defendants Pay for Their Court-Appointed Counsel Through Recoupment and Contribution, 42 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 323-80 (2009).
Helen A. Anderson, Insights from Clinical Teaching: Learning about Teaching Legal Writing from Working on Real Cases, 16 Persp.: Teaching Legal Res. & Writing 106-08 (2008).
Helen A. Anderson, Legal Doubletalk and the Concern with Positional Conflicts: A "Foolish Consistency"?, 111 Penn St. L. Rev. 1-52 (2006).
Helen A. Anderson, The Freedom to Speak and the Freedom to Listen: The Admissibility of the Criminal Defendant's Taste in Entertainment, 83 Or. L. Rev. 899-943 (2005).
Helen Anderson, Statutory Interpretation in Washington, Wash. St. B. News, Feb. 2009, at 30-34.
Helen A. Anderson, Writing Judicial Discipline Decisions, Jud. Conduct Rep., Spring 2003, at 2-3.
Helen A. Anderson, Generation X Goes to Law School: Are We Too Nice to Our Students?, 10 Persp.: Teaching Legal Res. & Writing 73-75 (2002).
Helen A. Anderson, Are Citations on the Way Down? The Case Against Footnotes, Wash. St. B. News, Dec. 2001, at 28-30.