Nelson, Robert , Spencer Headworth, Ronit Dinovitzer, and David
Wilkins, Editors. Under Contract. Diversity
in Practice, Cambridge University Press.
Dinovitzer, Ronit, Hugh Gunz and Sally Gunz. Forthcoming 2015.
“Professional Ethics: Origins, applications and developments”, in
Oxford Handbook of Professional
Service Firms, edited by Laura Empson, Daniel Muzio, Joe
Broschak, and Bob Hinings, Oxford University Press.
Dinovitzer, Ronit and Bryant G. Garth. Forthcoming.
“Lawyers and the Legal Profession,” in Wiley
Handbook of Law and Society, edited by Autin Sarat and
Patricia Ewick, Wiley.
Dinovitzer, Ronit, Hugh Gunz and Sally Gunz. Forthcoming.
“Corporate Lawyers and their Clients: Walking the Line between Law
and Business.” International
Journal of the Legal Profession. «link»
Dinovitzer, Ronit, Hugh Gunz and Sally Gunz. 2014. “Unpacking
Client Capture: Evidence from corporate law firms,” Journal
of Professions and Organization. «link»
Dinovitzer, Ronit, Hugh Gunz and Sally Gunz. 2014. “Reconsidering
Lawyer Autonomy: The Nexus Between Firm, Lawyer and Client in
Large Commercial Practice.” American
Business Law Journal 51(3):66 «link»
Dinovitzer, Ronit and John Hagan. 2014. “Hierarchical Structure
and Gender Dissimilarity in American Legal Labor Markets.” Social Forces 92(3):929-955.
Dinovitzer, Ronit, Bryant G. Garth, and Joyce Sterling. 2013.
“Buyers' Remorse? An Empirical Assessment of the Desirability of a
Legal Career.” Journal of
Legal Education 63:211-234. «link»
Taylor, Judith, Ron Levi and Ronit Dinovitzer. 2012. "Homeland
Tourism, Emotion, and Identity Labor." Du
Bois Review 9:67-85.
Dinovitzer, Ronit. 2011. "The Financial Rewards of Elite Status
in the Legal Profession." Law
& Social Inquiry 36: 971–998.«link»
Dinovitzer, Ronit. 2011. “Women in the Legal Profession: Findings
from a Longitudinal Study of US Law Graduates.” For
the Defence 32(4):50-57.
Dinovitzer, Ronit, Nancy Reichman and Joyce Sterling. 2009.
"The Differential Valuation of Women's Work: A New Look at the
Gender Gap in Lawyers' Incomes." Social
Forces 88:819-854. «link»
Dinovitzer, Ronit, John Hagan and Ron Levi. 2009.
"Immigration and Youthful Illegalities in a Global Edge City." Social Forces 88:337-372. «link»
Dinovitzer, Ronit and Bryant G. Garth. 2009. "Pro Bono as an
Elite Strategy in Early Lawyer Careers" in Private
Lawyers and the Public Interest: The Evolving Role of Pro Bono
in the Legal Profession, edited by Robert Granfield and
Lynn Mather, Oxford University Press.
Dinovitzer, Ronit and Bryant G. Garth. 2009. "Not That Into
You" American Lawyer.
September 1, 2009. «link»
Dawson, Myrna and Ronit Dinovitzer. 2008. "The Evolution of
Specialized Domestic Violence Courts in Ontario," in What's
Law Got to Do With It? The Law, Specialized Courts and Domestic
Violence in Canada, edited by J. Ursel, L. Tutty and J.
leMaistre. Toronto: Cormorant Press.
Hagan, John, Ron Levi and Ronit Dinovitzer. 2008. "The Symbolic
Violence of the Crime-Immigration Nexus: Migrant Mythologies in
the Americas." Criminology
& Public Policy 7:95-112. «link»
Wilkins, David, Ronit Dinovitzer & Rishi Batra. 2007. "Urban
Law School Graduates in Large Law Firms." Southwestern
University Law Review 36:433-507.
Sterling, Joyce, Ronit Dinovitzer and Bryant G. Garth. 2007. "The
Changing Social Role of Urban Law Schools." Southwestern
University Law Review. 36:389-432.
Dinovitzer, Ronit and Myrna Dawson. 2007. "Family-Based Justice
in the Sentencing of Domestic Violence." British
Journal of Criminology 47:655-670. «link»
Dinovitzer, Ronit and Bryant G. Garth. 2007. "Lawyer Satisfaction
in the Process of Structuring Legal Careers." Law
& Society Review 41:1-50.«link»
Dinovitzer, Ronit and John Hagan. 2006. "Lawyers on the Move: The
Consequences of Mobility for Legal Careers." International
Journal of the Legal Profession 13:119-135. «link»
Dinovitzer, Ronit. 2006. "Social Capital and Constraints on Legal
Careers." Law & Society
Review 40:445-480. «link»
Nelson, Robert, Ronit Dinovitzer, Bryant G. Garth, Joyce
Sterling, Gita Wilder and Terry Adams. 2006. "Observations from
the After the Bar Survey of the Bar Class of 2000." Quinnipiac
Law Review 24:539-554.
Dinovitzer, Ronit, John Hagan, and Patricia Parker. 2003. "Choice
and Circumstance: Social Capital and Planful Competence in the
Attainments of Immigrant Youth." Canadian
Journal of Sociology 28:463-488.
Dawson, Myrna and Ronit Dinovitzer. 2001. "Victim Cooperation and
the Prosecution of Domestic Violence in a Specialized Court." Justice Quarterly 18:593-622.
[Awarded the Graduate Student Paper Award by the American
Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section, 2000 and the
Gene Carte Award, First Prize, American Society of Criminology,
Dinovitzer, Ronit and Jeffrey S. Leon. 2001. "When Long Becomes
too Long: Legal Culture and Litigators' Views on Long Civil
Trials." Windsor Yearbook of
Access to Justice 19:106-160.
Hagan, John and Ronit Dinovitzer. 1999. "Collateral Consequences
of Imprisonment for Children, Communities and Prisoners." Crime
and Justice: A Review of Research 26:121-162, Prisons,
edited by M. Tonry and J. Petersilia. Chicago: University of
Dinovitzer, Ronit. 1997. "The Myth of Rapists and Other Normal
Men: The Impact of Psychiatric Considerations on the Sentencing of
Sexual Assault Offenders." Canadian
Journal of Law and Society 12:147-169.
Reports and Working Papers
Dinovitzer, Ronit, Robert Nelson, Gabriele Plickert, Rebecca
Sandefur, and Joyce Sterling. 2010. “After the JD II: Second
Results from a National Study of Legal Careers.” American Bar
Foundation and NALP. «link»
Dinovitzer, Ronit, Bryant Garth, Richard Sander, Joyce Sterling,
and Gita Wilder. 2004. After the JD: The First Results of a
National Study of Legal Careers. The NALP Foundation for Law
Career Research and Education and the American Bar Foundation. «link»
Hagan, John and Ronit Dinovitzer. 1999. "Social Capital and the
Migration of Law Students and Lawyers Between Geographic and
Practice Areas." Final Report submitted to the Law School
Dinovitzer, Ronit. 1998. Attitudes Towards Long Civil Trials: A
Survey of the Members of The Advocates' Society. Toronto: The