Sources & Citations

Frequently Cited Sources

While these are not Dave Nee Foundation publications, these are articles that we often cite in our presentations and that have informed our work.

  • ABA Mental Health Toolkit
  • ABA Law Student Division Toolkit
  • Agatstein, J., Arnold, Z., Dempsey, R., Sonnenfeldt, J., Weiss, J. (2014) “Falling through the Cracks, Yale Law School” by the  Mental Health Alliance. (This report provides the first in-depth analysis of student experiences with mental health challenges (MHCs) and mental health services during their time at Yale Law School.) Available via Scribd, search title: Falling through the cracks
  • American Association of Suicidology,  Facts and Statistics
  • American Foundation of Suicide Prevention Facts and Figures
  • Bean, G., & Baber, K. (2011).  Connect: An effective community based youth suicide prevention program.  Suicide and Life –Threatening Behavior, 41(1), 87-97.  doi:10.1111/j.1943-278X.2010.00006.x
  • Benjamin G.A., Darling EJ, Sales B. (1990).  Int. J. Law Psychiatry 13(3), 233-  246.
  • Benjamin, G. A. H., Kaszniak, A., Sales, B. and Shanfield, S. B. (1986), The Role of legal education in producing psychological distress among law students and lawyers. Law & Social Inquiry, 11, 225–252. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-4469.1986.tb00240.x
  • Carrington, P., & Conley, J. (1977).  The alienation of law students.  Michigan Law Review, 75, 887-889.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Violence Prevention: suicide datasheet (2012).  Retrieved September 23, 2013
  • Daddona, M. (2011). Peer educators responding to students with mental   health issues.  New Directions for Student Services, 133, 29-39. doi:10.1002/ss.382
  • Dammeyer, M.M., and Nunez, N., (1999).  Anxiety and depression among law students: Current knowledge and future directions.  Law and Human Behavior, 23, 55-73
  • Drum, D., Brownson, C., Denmark, A., & Smith, S.  (2008). New data on the nature of suicidal crises in college students: Shifting the paradigm. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 40, 213-222.  doi:10.1037/a0014465
  • Eaton, W.W.  et al., Occupations and the Prevalence of Major Depressive Disorder, 32 J. of Occupational Med. 1079 (1990).
  • Furr, S. R., Westefeld, J. S., McConnell, G. N., & Jenkins, J. M. (2001).  Suicide and depression among college students: A decade later.  Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 32(1), 97-100.  doi:10.1037//0735-7028.32.1.97
  • Gibson, B. (2010).  How law students can cope: A student’s view.  Journal of Legal Education, 60, 140-146.
  • Granello, D.H. (2010).  The process of suicide risk assessment: Twelve core principles. Journal of Counseling and Development (88) 363-370.
  • Gutierrez, F.J. (1985).  Counseling law students. Journal of Counseling and Development, 64, 130-133.
  • Joiner, T.T., Jr. (2005). Why people die by suicide. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Konick, L. C., & Gutierrez, P. M. (2005).  Testing a model of suicide ideation in college students. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 35(2), 181-192.
  • Krieger, L.S. (1999). Institutional denial about the dark side of law school, and fresh empirical guidance for constructive breaking the silence. Journal of Legal Education, 52, p.112-129)
  • McKinney, R.A. (2002). Depression and anxiety in law students: Are we part of the problem and can we be part of the solution?  The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute,8, 229-255.
  • National Institute of Mental Health
  • Pfeiffer, S. Law and a Disorder, Boston Globe (June 27, 2007)
  • Ribeiro, Bodell, Hames, Hagan, Joiner, T.T. (2013)  An Empirically based approach to the assessment and management of suicidal behavior. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration (23) 207-221.
  • Sharkin, B., Plageman, P., & Mangold, S (2003).  College student response to peers in distress: An exploratory study.  Journal of College Student Development, 44(5), 691-698.
  • Sheldon, K.M. & Krieger, L.S. (2004).  Does legal education have undermining effects on law students? Evaluating changes in motivation, values, and well-being.  Behavioral Sciences and the Law 22, 261-286.
  • Stephenson, H., Pena-Shaff, J., & Quirk, P. (2005).  Predictors of college student suicidal ideation: Gender differences. College Student Journal, 40(1), 109-117.
  • Symposium on Lawyer Happiness, 58 Syracuse L. Rev. 217 (2008).
  • Tani, M. and Vines, P. (2009). Law students attitudes to education: Pointers to depression in the legal academy and the profession. Legal Education  Review, 19, 3-39.
  • Westefeld, J, Button, C., Halet, J., Jenks-Kettmann, J., MacConnell, J., Sandil, R., & Tallman, B (2006).  College student suicide: A call to action.  Death Studies, 30, 931-956. doi:10.1080/07481180600887130
  • Westefeld, J., & Furr, S (1987). Suicide and depression among college students. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 18(2), 119-123