Department of Sociology, Professor and Chair
Law and Society, Sociology of Drugs and Alcohol, Crime and Deviance, Law and Urban Justice, Occupations and Professions.
Private Lawyers and the Public Interest: The Evolving Role of
Pro Bono in the Legal Profession, Oxford University Press, with
"Conceptualizing Recovery Capital: Expansion of a Theoretical Construct," (forthcoming), Substance Use and Misuse, with W. Cloud.
"Natural Recovery," in E. Rubington and M. Weinberg (eds.), Deviance: The Interactionist Perspective, Allyn and Bacon Press, 2008.
"The Meaning of Pro Bono: Institutional Variations in Professional Obligation", Law and Society Review, 2007.
"Institutionalizing Public Service in Law School: Results on the Impact of Mandatory Pro Bono Programs", Buffalo Law Review, 54: 1355-1412, 2007.
A list of Dr. Granfield's recent publications can also be found on Web of Knowledge. [Link]