Hi Quad. Lot's of good routine in various places. You might want to go to deepsquatter.com and look in their archives. Lots of PL type deadlifting routines and variations by various authors.
That said, I'm going to list one that I used back in the day when I was doing some PL, was back in the mid 90's, and I borrowed the idea from a Sharon/Reschel article in PLUSA. The original was for the squat, but I was shipping out at the time, and adapted it for the DL. I used Sumo, but it would work well for regular as well. Gave me my best results and I used it as an offseason thing for strength, strength conditioning.
Done 1 X week. When reps are listed, you set up for each rep. Ryan already hit on this.
Explanations, 1-1-1 means 1 rep, bar down rest 10 seconds, 1 rep, bar down 10 seconds, 1 rep. Paused reps. 2-2 -2 are same thing, just in groups of 2.-5 means two reps, pause 10 secs, then get 5 reps, again, set up for each rep.
Wk1 pick a weight at around 90% 1RM
warm up as necessary
Set 1 1-1-1 rest 3-5 mins
set 2 reduce weight 15-20 % then 2-2-2 Rest
Set 3 reduce weight again, 10% then 3-3-3
wk 2 Same weights
Wk 3 same weights
Wk 4 Practice some form work with around 60% weights, singles (active rest)
Repeat cycle but start heavier. limit it to 2-3 of these cycles
Assistance work for the hams/hips, etc can be done on this day or on a squat day. Stay in touch with your body.
Looks crazy, I know, but I had good results with it.