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Stu’s Views has been published in several hundred print and electronic forums throughout the world. Below is a list of the different types of uses made of Stu’s Views cartoons, along with a representative client for each type of use. No client is repeated.

Book Series:

Thomson West's High Court Case Summaries: Have created 1,000+ case-based cartoons for 38 books. See the Cartoons of Cases tab at www.stus.com to view these cartoons.

Bar Publications:

National: American Bar Association, Dialogue
State: State Bar of Nevada, Nevada Lawyer
State (pro bono): Florida State Bar
County: San Diego Lawyer

Association Publications

Lawyer Association: American Immigration Lawyers Association, Immigration Law Today
Law-Related Association: California Court Reporters Association, CaliGrams
Law Student Association: European Law Students Association, Synergy (big file)

Newspapers

The Times of India (daily cartoon; 2.2 million English language circulation)

Presentations

Law Firm: Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner LLP / Baker & Daniels / Greenberg Traurig, P.C. / Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy LLP
Law Firm (Charitable Use): Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Corporate: Arch Chemicals, Inc.
Corporate Legal Department: Eli Lilly and Company
State Bar: State Bar of Montana
Lawyer Education: American Prosecutors Research Institute / National District Attorneys Association
Law Enforcement: Montana Attorney General’s Office
Medical: Danny Meadows, M.D.
Health Care Group: Shields Health Care Group
Parent/Teacher Education: Mike Monroe, Psy.D.

Text Books

Paralegal Book: Surviving and Thriving in the Law Office by Richard Hughes. Delmar Learning (an arm of Thomson / West). 18 Cartoons.
Self Help Law Book: Splitting Heirs (Moody Publishing)
Book Cover: In the Grip of the Law (also internal cartoons)
Online Text for 11th Graders: Peoples Publishing Group, Houghton Mifflin / McGraw Hill

Merchandise

T-Shirt (very attractively incorporated into the total t-shirt design and reinforcing of the organization’s message): Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc.
Cook Book Divider Pages: Alabama State Bar
Holiday Cards: Northwestern Legal Services
Attorney Awards: West Tennessee Legal Services
Stationary Cards: Spokane County Bar Association
Framed Cartoons: Legal Aid Foundation of the Tallahassee Bar Association
Coffee Mug: Metropolitan Family Services
File Cabinet Magnets: Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Newsletters

Law Firm Newsletter (To Clients): Kaye, Rose & Maltzman, LLP
Law Firm Newsletter (Internal): Pillsbury Winthrop LLP
Law Firm Newsletter, International (Internal): Phillips Fox (800 lawyer firm from Australia)
State Bar Newsletter: State Bar of Michigan, Access to Justice Spring Donor Newsletter
County Bar Newsletter: Bar Association of Frederick County, Maryland, Inc.
Job Fair Newsletter: Equal Justice Works
Newsletter Vendor: Polymer Studios (puts cartoons in newsletter of 180 attorney law firm client)

Libraries

National Association: American Association of Law Libraries AALL - Spectrum Magaine
Law Firm: Bryan Cave LLP / Arnold & Porter / Arnstein & Lehr, internal newsletter
Law Enforcement: Los Angeles Attorney General's Office, internal newsletter
County Law Library: San Diego County Public Law Library, external newsletter
Other: Public Utility Commission Library (Texas), email newsletter

Professors (In Class Uses)

Law School: UC Hastings College of the Law, Prof. Chris Knowlton
Undergraduate: Wright State University in Dayton, Martha Antolik (adjunct instructor)
Graduate Studies (social work): Donna L. Devine, Child Custody and Visitation Mediation Class at the University of Missouri - Columbia
International: Hebrew University of Jerusalem (translated into Hebrew)

Pro Bono Publications

Law Firm: Hunton & Williams; Davis Wright Tremaine LLP; Dorsey & Whitney LLP
State Bar: New Hampshire Bar AssociationUmbrella Non Profit (newsletter): Public Interest Clearinghouse (California)
Umbrella Non Profit (coordination of access to cartoons for member organizations): North Carolina Legal Services Planning Council
Non Profit: Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc.
Attorney Recruitment (web site): The Protective Order Pro Bono Project of Greater Indianapolis, Inc.

School Uses

Student Paper: The Harvard Law Record
Alumni Magazine: University of Oregon School of Law, Oregon Lawyer (pgs 10 & 13)
Student Report: Jeff James, MBA project on Conflict and Negotiation
Student Election Campaign Poster: Erin C. Miller

Recruiting Flyer: Hartford College for Women (paralegal student association)

Web Sites

Legal News: PracticeSource.com
Blogs: The Volokh Conspiracy
Mediation: John Ford & Associates
Pro Bono Organization: Legal Aid Society of Cleveland

Advertising

Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, Inc.

Attorney Training / Continue Legal Education

Pro Bono Organizations: Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma
Judicial CLE: Judge Kevin Emas
Attorney CLE: James P. Ginzkey for Illinois State Bar Association

International CLE: Ronan Daly Jermyn (Irish Law Firm)

Custom Cartoons

Firm Retreat: Meyers Nave (three cartoons about the managing partner)

Presentations: Cline Farrell Christie Lee & Caress P.C.

Published Article Illustrations for Others

Professor: Andrew McClurg in Orange County Lawyer

Miscellaneous

Web Caption Contest: HumorMeOnline.com, Top Stu competition
Conference Posters: Florida Rural Legal Services
Yearbooks: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Yearbook
Prints: Signed print as retirement gift (Judge Don Martell)