Discussion on the panel and replies to Susan N. Herman's paper Institutional Litigation in the Post-Chapman World.
Response to panel and paper entitled Institutional Litigation in the Post-Chapman World.
Discussion on panel, paper and responses on institutional responses to overcrowding.
Response to panel and paper on institutional responses to overcrowding.
Discussion as part of the colloquium on the prison over crowding crisis.
Response to panel on post-sentencing strategies.
Response to the Alternatives to Incarceration panel and papers.
Discussion led by Graham Hughes on the Question of Appropriate Sentences: Responding to Prison Overcrowding Through Sentencing Policy.
Response to Richard Singer's paper Desert Sentencing and Prison Overcrowding: Some Doubts and Tentative Answers.
Discussion on The Question of Appropriate Sentences: Selective Incapacitation as part of the colloquium on the prison overcrowding crisis.
Response to The Question of Appropriate Sentences: Selective Incapacitation
Introduction to the colloquium on prison reform.
Address on the landscape of meaningful racial reform.
Reflection on other professors' thoughts during the colloquium on how to reform the criminal justice system.
Discussion of alternative sentencing; argues that an immediate shift to alternative sentencing would not address the system's inherently punitive nature.
Analysis of recent trends in alternatives to incarceration; such reforms may increase criminal justice intervention without reductions in overall incarceration.
Predictive future criminality, known as "selective incapacitation," has gained momentum as sentencing indicator; review and critique of underlying study.
Selective incapacitation can remedy prison overcrowding by employing a careful examination of who should remain incarcerated.
Synopsis of 1983 colloquium on prison overcrowding.
Introduction of keynote speaker Judge Morris Lasker
Examination of the political and legal processes of prison expansion; proposal for how important decisions should be made by key stakeholders
High-level assessment of prison overcrowding; addresses successes, failures, and remedies of the American prison system
Discussion of the impact of Rhodes v. Chapman, 452 U.S. 337 (1981) on Eighth Amendment litigation of prison conditions.
Examination of retributive sentencing and its moral underpinnings; discusses the link between retributive sentencing and prison overcrowding.
Other Issues in this Volume
- The Political and Legal Implications of the Psychological Parenting Theory
- Assessing the Impact of Goldstein, Freud, and Solnit's Proposals: An Introductory Overview
- Child Abuse, Gender, and the Myth of Family Independence: Thoughts on the History of Family Violence and Its Social Control 1880-1920
- Psychological Parenting vs. Attachment Theory: The Child's Best Interests and the Risks in Doing the Right Things for the Wrong Reasons