Publications

Mark A. Frankel is a frequent contributor to professional journals and law reviews, and has served as an editor for several publications. Here is a selection of his noteworthy work.

Articles:

"Borst Clarifies Arbitration Procedures," Wisconsin Lawyer, December 2006 (cover article)

"Human Error or Criminal Conduct - How Can One Tell the Difference?" Health Law 360, November 17, 2006

"Med-Arb: A Valuable Settlement Strategy," Wisconsin Law Journal, May 26, 2004

"Getting the Most out of the Negotiation Process," Business Watch, January 2004

"Think Like a Negotiator - effectively mediating client disputes," Wisconsin Lawyer, December 2003 (cover article and winner, State Bar Communications Committee Certificate of Commendation) Co-authored by John Mitby

"Business Lawsuits: How to Minimize the Pain," Business Watch, December 2002

"Researching Wisconsin Law on CD-ROM, Comparing the Options," Wisconsin Lawyer, December 1994 (cover article and winner, State Bar Communications Committee Certificate of Commendation)

"A Trial Judge's Perspective on Providing Tools for Rational Jury Decision making," 85 Northwestern University Law Review 221, fall 1990

"Trial Judge's View on Driving under the Influence," Wisconsin Bar Bulletin, August 1985

"The Dynamics of Women in the Courtroom," Wisconsin Bar Bulletin, June 1986

Editorial work:

Reviewing editor and contributing author, Judicial Benchbook, published by Office of Judicial Education, Wisconsin Supreme Court and State Bar of Wisconsin

Reviewing editor, Wisconsin Criminal Defense Manual; Author: Patrick Devitt; Publisher: State Bar of Wisconsin and Wisconsin State Public Defender

Editorial Board member, Wisconsin Civil Litigation Forms Manual, State Bar of Wisconsin

Advisory Board member, Psychiatric & Psychological Evidence Benchbook; Publisher: American Bar Association