Articles & Books
 

Changing the Domestic Violence Narrative: Aligning Definitions and Standards. By Briana Barocas, Danielle Emery, and Linda G. Mills — Journal of Family Violence, 2016.

 

The Next Generation of Court-Mandated Domestic Violence Treatment: A Comparison Study of Batterer Intervention and Restorative Justice Programs. By Linda G. Mills, Briana Barocas and Barak Ariel — Journal of Experimental Criminology, 2013, 9(1), 65-90
 

Do You Remember: A Letter to My Son.  By Linda G. Mills — Traumatology, 2011, 17(3), 62-66
 

A Critical New Pathway Towards Change in Abusive Relationships: The Theory of Transition Framework. By Yael Shy and Linda G. Mills — Clinical Social Work Journal, 2010, 38(4), 418-425
 

Circulos de Paz and the Promise of Peace: Restorative Justice Meets Intimate Violence.  By Linda G. Mills, Mary Helen Maley and Yael Shy  New York University Review of Law & Social Change, 2009, 33(1), 127-152
 

Health Outcomes Associated with Perceived Work Stress in Police Officers. By Robyn R.M. Gershon, Briana Barocas, Allison N. Canton, Xianbin Li and David Vlahov — Journal of Criminal Justice and Behavior, 2009, 36(3), 275-289
 

Violent Partners: A Breakthrough Plan for Ending the Cycle of Abuse
By Linda G. Mills — Basic Books, 2008
 

Recent Trends in Intimate Violence: Theory and Intervention Volume II. By Zvi Eisikovits, Peggy Grauwiler, Linda G. Mills and Zeev Winstok — Children and Youth Services Review, 2008, 30(3), 249-251
 

Police Peer Support Programs: Current Knowledge and Practice. By Peggy Grauwiler, Briana Barocas and Linda G. Mills — International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 2008, 10(1), 27-38
 

Worksite Emergency Preparedness: Lessons from the World Trade Center Evacuation Study. By Robyn R.M. Gershon, Kristine A. Qureshi, Briana Barocas, Julie Pearson, and Stephanie A. Dopson; R.J. Burke and Cary L. Cooper (Ed.s) — International Terrorism and Threats to Security: Managerial and Organizational Challenges, 2008
 

The Justice of Recovery: How the State Can Heal the Violence of Crime. By Linda G. Mills  Hastings Law Journal, 2006 Feb, 57(3), 457-508
 

Moving Beyond the Criminal Justice Paradigm: A Radical Restorative Justice Approach to Intimate Abuse. By Peggy Grauwiler and Linda G. Mills — Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 2004 March, 31(1), 49-66

Insult to Injury: Rethinking Our Responses to Intimate Abuse
By Linda G Mills — Princeton University Press, 2003
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Fighting for Child Custody When Domestic Violence Is at Issue: Survey of State Laws. ByAmy Levin and Linda G. Mills — Social Work, 2003 Oct, 48(4), 463-470
 

When is the personal professional in public child welfare practice? The influence of intimate partner and child abuse histories on workers in domestic violence cases. By Mieko Yoshihama and Linda G. Mills — Child Abuse & Neglect, 2003, 27(3), 319-336
 

Training Children’s Services Workers in Domestic Violence Assessment and Intervention: Research Findings and Implications for Practice. By Linda G. Mills and Mieko Yoshihama — Children and Youth Services Review, 2002 Aug, 24(8), 561-581
 

Enhancing Safety and Rehabilitation in Intimate Violence Treatments: New Perspectives. By Linda G. Mills, Peggy Grauwiler and Nicole Pezold — Public Health Reports, 2006 July-Aug, 121, 363-368
 

Woman abuse and child protection: A tumultuous marriage (Part I). By Linda G. Mills — Children and Youth Services Review, 2000, 22(3-4), 199-205
 

Killing Her Softly: Intimate Abuse and the Violence of State Intervention. By Linda G. Mills — Harvard Law Review, 1999 Dec, 113 (2), 550-613
 

Mandatory Arrest and Prosecution Policies for Domestic Violence: A Critical Literature Review and the Case for More Research to Test Victim Empowerment Approaches. By Linda G. Mills — Criminal Justice and Behavior, 1998 Sept, 25(3), 306-318
 

Intuition and Insight: A New Job Description for the Battered Woman’s Prosecutor and Other More Modest Proposals. By Linda G. Mills — UCLA Women’s Law Journal, 1997 Spring/Summer, 7(2), 183-199
 

Empowering Battered Women Transnationally: The Case for Postmodern Interventions. By Linda G. Mills — Social Work, 1996 May, 41(3), 261-268
 

On the Other Side of Silence: Affective Lawyering for Intimate Abuse. By Linda G. Mills — Cornell Law Review, 1996 Sept, 81(6), 1225-1263
 

Toward a new Dynamic in Poverty Client Empowerment: The Rhetoric, Politics, and Therapeutics of Opening Statements in Social Security Disability Hearings. By Linda S. Durston, Linda G. Mills — Yale Journal of Law & Feminism, 1996, 8(1), 119-144
 

Recent Developments: A Calculus for Bias: How Malingering Females and Dependent Housewives Fare in the Social Security Disability System. By Linda G. Mills — Harvard Women’s Law Journal, 1993 Spring, 16, 211-232