Criminal defense has no real purpose until society eliminates the goal of punishment from criminal justice.
- Litigative Approaches to Enforcing the Right to Effective Assistace of Counsel in Criminal Cases
- Systemic Reform: Some Thoughts on Taking the Horse before the Cart
- Criminal Trials, Negotiated Pleas, and the Effective Assistance of Counsel: Notes about and Toward a Theory of the Attorney's Role in Case Resolution
- Bench Trials, Adversariness, and Plea Bargaining: A Comment on Schulhofers's Plan
- Legality of Detaining Refugees in the United States, The
- Museum Rights vs. Indian Rights: Guidelines for Assessing Competing Legal Interests in Native Cultural Resources
- New Jersey v. T.L.O.--Closing the Schoolhouse Gate on the Fourth Amendment
- Religious Rights of Children: A Gallery of Judicial Visions
In Depth Reading
Volume 14 Issue 1
A review of Prof. Stephen Schulhofer's article arguing that the Philadelphia bench trial provides a creative solution to the expense of jury trials.
Critique of Wilson and Mounts approach to reforming public defender system, arguing that focus should not be on judiciary.
Public defenders involved in impact litigation are often confronted with ethical challenges when individual cases create analytically divergent approaches
Volume 14 Issue 2
Explanation of how the dual federal and state sovereignty system led to double jeopardy for criminal trials historically.
Legal history of tensions and common ground between museums and Native American tribes over artifacts.
Close examination of historical New Jersey v. T.L.O. 4th Amendment case regarding illegal search and seizure related to students' possessions at school.
History of "alien" detention in the U.S., beginning with 1950s and focusing on groups from Cuba, Haiti, and other nations, through challenges in the present.
Volume 14 Issue 3
Discusses customary approaches to awarding attorney's fees, analyzes how attorney's fees were awarded in a mass tort class action and its value as a model
Discusses the reasons that arbitration is the preferred ADR method in international trade disputes and the importance of ADR to growth of transnational commerce
Discusses Garner's impact on the exclusionary rule in criminal prosecutions and on the justification defense
Overview of the Supreme Court's decision to find the use of deadly force against nondangerous, fleeing felony suspects an unconstitutional violation of the fourth amendment
Volume 14 Issue 4