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Stuís 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 Stuís 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 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)


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


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
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 Generalís 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


T-Shirt (very attractively incorporated into the total t-shirt design and reinforcing of the organizationís 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


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)


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
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:
The Volokh Conspiracy
Mediation: John Ford & Associates
Pro Bono Organization: Legal Aid Society of Cleveland


Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, Inc.

Legal Humor Books

Wake Up and Smell the Lawyers by Greg Hickman

Lawsuits Gone Wild! How to Survive in a Sue Happy Society by Greg Hickman

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


Web Caption Contest:, Top Stu competition
Conference Posters:
Florida Rural Legal Services
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Yearbook

Prints: Signed print as retirement gift (Judge Don Martell)

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