Barbara Glesner Fines

Barbara Glesner Fines is the Rubey M. Hulen Professor of Law and Executive Associate Dean for Faculty and Academics at the University of Missouri - Kansas City, where she has taught since 1986. Professor Glesner received her law degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and her masters of law degree from Yale Law School. She teaches Professional Responsibility, Family Violence, Divorce Process, and a Seminar in Ethical Issues in the Representation of Families and Children.

Her recent publications include ETHICAL ISSUES IN FAMILY REPRESENTATION (Carolina Academic Press 2010); PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH (Context and Skills Series)(Carolina Academic Press 2012); Fifty Years of Family Law Practice - The Evolving Role of The Family Law Attorney, 24 J. AMER. ACAD. MATRIM. L. 601 (2011); Lessons Learned About Classroom Teaching from Authoring Computer-assisted Instruction Lessons, 38 WM. MITCHELL L. REV. 1094 (2012).

Professor Glesner has held leadership positions in many organizations devoted to legal education, including the AALS Section on Teaching Methods (Chair 2012-13); the AALS section on Professional Responsibility (Chair Elect 2015-16); the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (Board of Directors, 1998‐2005; President 2002‐2005; Editorial Board 1998- current); and the Institute for Law School Teaching and Learning (Advisory Board 2003-date, Acting President 2006‐2008).

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CALI eLangdell Books

eLangdell Book Title CALI Topic(s)
Law School Materials for Success

CALI Lessons

Lesson Title CALI Topic(s)
Appealing Injunctions
Basis for Attorney Discipline
Characterizing Remedies
Choosing and Withdrawing from Representation
Client or Not?
Election of Remedies Doctrines
Equitable Remedies - An Overview
Exceptions to the Ethical Duty of Confidentiality Designed to Protect Third Persons from Harm
Fees
History of Equity
Interpreting the Language of Conveyances
The Law Governing Admission to Practice Law
Non-Economic Damages: Proof and Argument
The Policy Debate over Attorney's Fees Rules
Recovery of Attorneys Fees
Sources of Law Regulating the Practice of Law
The Attorney's Duty of Confidentiality & the Attorney Client Privilege
Tracing