Cassell, "Symposium on Coercion: An Interdisciplinary Examination of Coercion, Exploitation, and the Law," and "Coerced Confessions: Balanced Approaches to the False Confession Problem: A Brief Comment on Ofshe, Leo, and Alsehuler," Denver University Law Review 74 (1997): 1127.
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DULR stands for Denver University Law Review (Sturm College of Law; Law journal)
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Her writings on privacy have appeared in several notable publications, including Scientific American and the Denver University Law Review.