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Faculty name: James Forman

Note: This bibliography changes the order of authors so that Georgetown authors are listed first.

Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals

  • James Forman, Jr., The Black Poor, Black Elites, and America's Prisons, 32 Cardozo L. Rev. 791-806 (2011).    [HEIN] [W] [WWW]
  • James Forman Jr., Why Care About Mass Incarceration?, 108 Mich. L. Rev. 993-1010 (2010) (reviewing Paul Butler, Let's Get Free: A Hip-Hop Theory of Justice (2009)).    [HEIN] [W] [SSRN] [Gtown Law] [WWW]
  • James Forman, Jr., Exporting Harshness: How the War on Crime Helped Make the War on Terror Possible, 33 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 331-374 (2009).    [HEIN] [W] [SSRN] [Gtown Law]
  • James Forman, Jr., Education for Liberation, 2 Harv. L. & Pol'y Rev. 75-91 (2008).    [HEIN] [W] [WWW]
  • James Forman, Jr., Do Charter Schools Threaten Public Education? Emerging Evidence from Fifteen Years of a Quasi-Market for Schooling, 2007 U. Ill. L. Rev. 839-880.    [HEIN] [W] [SSRN] [Gtown Law]
  • James Forman, Jr., The Rise and Fall of School Vouchers: A Story of Religion, Race, and Politics, 54 UCLA L. Rev. 547-604 (2007).    [HEIN] [W] [Gtown Law]
  • James Forman, Jr., Why Prison Instead of Preschool?, 161 Archives Pediatrics & Adolescent Med. 809-810 (2007).    [Gtown Law]
  • James Forman, Jr., From Martin Luther King to Bill Cosby: Race and Class in the Twenty-First Century, 50 Vill. L. Rev. 213-225 (2005).    [HEIN] [W]
  • James Forman, Jr., The Secret History of School Choice: How Progressives Got There First, 93 Geo. L.J. 1287-1319 (2005).    [HEIN] [W]
  • James Forman, Jr., Community Policing and Youth as Assets, 95 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1-48 (2004).    [HEIN] [W] [SSRN]
  • James Forman, Jr., Juries and Race in the Nineteenth Century, 113 Yale L.J. 895-938 (2004).    [HEIN] [W]
  • James Forman, Jr., A Little Rebellion Now and Then is a Good Thing, 100 Mich. L. Rev. 1408-1420 (2002) (reviewing Nicholas N. Kittrie, Rebels with a Cause: The Minds and Morality of Political Offenders (Boulder: Westview Press 2000)).    [HEIN] [W]
  • James Forman, Jr., Foreword: Separate but Equal: The Status of America's Public Schools Symposium, 8 Mich. J. Race & L. 151-158 (2002).    [HEIN] [W]

Book Chapters and Collected Works

  • James Forman, Jr., Law Enforcement Agencies Should Eliminate Racial Profiling, in Crime and Criminals: Opposing Viewpoints (James D. Torr ed., San Diego, Cal.: Greenhaven Press 2004).   
  • James Forman, Jr., Children, Cops, and Citizenship: Why Conservatives Should Oppose Racial Profiling, in Invisible Punishment: The Collateral Consequences of Mass Imprisonment 150-162 (Marc Mauer & Meda Chesney-Lind eds., New York: New Press 2002).    [BOOK]
  • James Forman, Jr., Driving Dixie Down: Removing the Confederate Flag from Southern State Capitols, in Confederate Symbols in the Contemporary South 195-223 (J. Michael Martinez, William D. Richardson & Ron McNinch-Su eds., Gainesville, Fla.: University of Florida Press 2000).    [BOOK]

Selected Contributions to Other Publications

  • James Forman, Jr., No Ordinary Success: The Boundaries of School Reform, Boston Rev., May/June 2009.    [WWW]
  • James Forman, Jr., Out of Jail and Into Jobs, Educ. Next, Fall 2008, at 44-51.    [W] [WWW]
  • James Forman, Jr., Arrested Development: The Conservative Case Against Racial Profiling, New Republic, Sept. 10, 2001, at 24-27.   

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