A system of too many trials will impose excessive costs on the criminal justice system and disenfranchise poor people.
- Adversary System, Advocacy, and Effective Assistance of Counsel in Criminal Cases, The
- Dilemmas in New Models for Indigent Defense
- Litigative Approaches to Enforcing the Right to Effective Assistace of Counsel in Criminal Cases
- Determining Client Eligibility for Appointed Counsel: A Strategy for Reform in New York State
In Depth Reading
Volume 14 Issue 1
Argument that courts must approach the failure to fund public defenders at the systemic level rather than on a case-by-case basis.
History of the public defense system, with an introduction for other articles exploring the issue in the colloquium.
Criminal defense has no real purpose until society eliminates the goal of punishment from criminal justice.
Volume 14 Issue 2
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.
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.
Overview of rights of children under the law, including religious identity, family, and public education.
Volume 14 Issue 3
Characterizes the Garner opinion as judicial articulation of an accepted societal value instead of use of judicial review to make a countermajoritarian decision
Overview of how civil rights litigation may be impacted by court decisions and legislation on attorney's fees and fee-shifting
Overview of areas trending towards alternative dispute resolution including custody, family disputes and international trade disputes
Presents research on disputants' satisfaction with a dispute resolution program which shows community dispute resolution provide first class process and justice
Volume 14 Issue 4
explores the need for white gay men to acknowledge their role as symbols of the privilege historically and currently enjoyed by white males
Discusses the unfair practices unique to death penalty cases and unfair aspects of the criminal justice system that are most devastating in capital cases
proposes new judicial standard for analyzing politically motivateas boycotts with potential benefits, a subject SCOTUS has not yet answered