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Activities and Scholarship
Sarah Davis co-authored "The Jury Is In: Law Schools Foster Students' Fixed Mindsets," which appears in the current issue of Law & Psychology Review.
Mitra Sharafi wrote a series of posts for Legal History Blog, in which she compiled advice from legal historians on the question: should I do an edited collection? The posts include Advice to Authors, Advice to Collection Editors and Advice from Journal Editors.
Sarah Davis co-authored, "Medicare shared savings programs: Higher cost accountable care organizations are more likely to achieve savings," which appears in the August edition of the International Journal of Healthcare Management.