Stolle, D. P. & Inskeep, K. H. (August 2005). Unauthorized disclosure and jury research: Potential protections against the “rogue mock juror.” For The Defense, 27-30.
Stolle, D. P., & Stuaan, M. D. (2003). Defending depositions in high-stakes civil and quasi-criminal litigation: An application of therapeutic jurisprudence. Western Criminology Review, 4, 134-142.
Stolle, D. P., Robbennolt, J. K., Patry, M., & Penrod, S. D. (2002). Fractional factorial designs for legal psychology. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 20, 5-17.
Stolle, D. P., Wexler, D. B., & Winick, B. J.; Eds. (2000). Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Law as a Helping Profession. Carolina Academic Press.
Stolle, D. P. (1998). Advance directives, AIDS, and mental health: TJ preventive lawyering for the HIV-positive client. Psychology, Public Policy & Law, 4, 954-998.
Patry, M., Wexler, D. B., Stolle, D. P., & Tomkins, A. J. (1998). Better legal counseling through empirical research: Identifying psycholegal soft spots and strategies. California Western Law Review, 34, 439-455.
Stolle, D. P. & Wexler, D. B. (1997). Preventive law and therapeutic jurisprudence: A symbiotic relationship. Preventive Law Reporter, 16, 4-7, 46.
Stolle, D. P., Wexler, D. B., Winick, B. J., & Dauer, E. A. (1997). Integrating preventive law and therapeutic jurisprudence: A law and psychology based approach to lawyering. California Western Law Review, 34, 15-51.
Stolle, D. P., & Slain, A. J. (1997). Standard form contracts and contract schemas: A preliminary investigation of the effects of exculpatory clauses on consumers’ propensity to sue. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 15, 83-94.