My name is Gabe Teninbaum. I'm a professor who teaches people how to analyze legal problems and to resolve them by leveraging technology.


When possible, I've hyperlinked the things I've written so others can download them.  More information about presentations and media appearances is available in my CV (click here to download it).  You can also view my SSRN page by clicking here.


Law Review Articles and Essays

Book Chapters

  • Child Trespassers, in Massachusetts Tort Law Manual (2014) (with Stacey Pietrowicz)
  • Child Trespassers, in Massachusetts Tort Law Manual (2009) (with Stacey Pietrowicz)
  • Child Trespassers, in Massachusetts Premises Liability (2005) (with Robert W. Casby)

Book Reviews

Encyclopedia Entries

  • Shelley v. Kraemer, in The Jim Crow Encyclopedia, eds. Nikki Brown, Barry Stentiford.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press (2008)
  • Art Censorship, in Encyclopedia of the First Amendment, eds. David Hudson, Jr., David Schultz, John R. Vile. Washington, DC: CQ Press (2008)
  • Courts, Lawmaking By (Precedent), in Encyclopedia of Law & Society, 3 vols., ed. David Clark.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage (2007)
  • Sunday Closing Laws and Cases, in Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties, 4 vols., ed. Paul Finkelman.  New York, NY: Routledge (2006) 

Short Articles, Commentary, and Other Publications

  • ‘Thinking Like a Lawyer’ in the 21st Century, 17 Practice Innovations 1 (Jan. 2016) (with Andy Perlman),
  • "Disclosure & Offer" Programs: Who Protects the Patient's Interests?, blog, March 16, 2013 (medical blog with 100,000 subscribers & 500,000 monthly page views) (with Steve S. Kraman, MD)
  • Op-Ed, Be Skeptical about the State’s Medical Apology Program, Boston Globe, A11, May 1, 2012
  • Op-Ed, ’I’m Sorry’ Laws are a Boon For Insurers, Providence Journal, B6, March 14, 2012
  • Protecting Patients from Medical Apology Programs, blog, Nov. 21, 2011
  • When Hiring, View Writing Samples as Predictors of Success, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly 21, Jan. 24, 2011
  • Letter to the Editor, Saying Sorry Isn’t Enough, 29 Health Affairs 2127 (Nov. 2010) (discussing inadequacy of medical apology laws)
  • Private Medical and MassHealth Liens Made Simple, 2 J. Mass. Acad. Trial Attys. 1 (2008)
  • Easing the Burden: Mediating Criminal Misdemeanor Matters, 62 Disp. Resol. J. 62 (2007) (republished in Amer. Arb. Assoc. Handbook on Mediation) (forthcoming 2015)
  • The Effect of Worker’s Compensation and Other Liens on Negotiation and Settlement of Cases, in Tort Settlements: Is What You See What You Get?, Suffolk University Center for Advanced Legal Studies, 2006 (with Valerie A. Yarashus) (continuing legal education materials)
  • Coordination of Personal Injury Protection Benefits: No-Fault Insurance Coordinated with Fully Self-Funded ERISA Private Health Insurance Plans and MedPay, J. Mass. Acad. Trial Attys. (Fall 2005) (with Christine Sheridan)
  • Medicare Secondary Payer Act: Reimbursement Required?, J. Mass. Acad. Trial Attys. (Spring 2003)
  • Project Exile: Taking Illegal Guns Out of Richmond, Police Chief Magazine, April, 1999 (with Bradley Earman)