Volume 56, Number 4 (Fall 2019)


Self-Defense Without Imminence
Fritz Allhoff

The Biased Algorithm: Evidence of Disparate Impact on Hispanics
Melissa Hamilton

Is Mass-Incarceration Inevitable?
Andrew D. Leipold

Grounded on Newly Discovered Evidence
Paul Mogin

Criminal Law and Cooperative Federalism
William Partlett

Defining the Proper Role of “Offender Characteristics in Sentencing Decisions: A Critical Race Theory Perspective
Lisa M. Saccomano

The Temptation of Scapegoating
Daniel B. Yeager


Cruel, Unusual, and Unconstitutional: An Originalist Argument for Ending Long-Term Solitary Confinement
Merin Cherian

Reproductive Healthcare for Incarcerated Women: From “Rights” to “Dignity”
Samantha Laufer

Pandora’s Algorithmic Black Box: The Challenges of Using Algorithmic Risk Assessment in Sentencing
Leah Wisser

Volume 56, Number 2 (Spring 2019)


Rape Shield Evidence and the Hierarchy of Impeachment
Rosanna Cavallaro

Regulation by Prosecutor
Gregory M. Gilchrist

Young Adults & Criminal Jurisdiction
Kevin Lapp

The Wild, Wild West: The Right of the Unhoused to Privacy in their Encampments
Carrie Leonetti

Nomos and Nullification: A Coverian View of New York’s Habitual Offender Law, 1926 to 1936
Caleb J. Stevens

Lewd Stings: Extending Lawrence v. Texas to Discriminatory Enforcement
J. Kelly Strader & Lindsey Hay


The Fundamental Right to Sexual Autonomy in Prison
Yaniv Kot

Confess or Die: Why Threatening a Suspect with the Death Penalty Should Render Confessions Involuntary
Lauren Morehouse

A Roadmap for Comprehensive Criminal Justice Reform to Employ Ex-Offenders: Beyond Title VII and Ban the Box
Claire Ashley Saba

Volume 56, Number 1 (Winter 2018)


AEDPA as Forum Allocation: The Textual and Structural Case for Overruling Williams v. Taylor
Carlos M. Vázquez

The Puzzle of Inciting Suicide
Guyora Binder and Luis Chiesa

Solving the Problem of Criminalizing the Mentally Ill: Thee Miami Model
C. Joseph Boatwright II

Liability for Mass Sexual Abuse
Tsachi Keren-Paz and Richard W. Wright


“Life with the Imposition or Exacerbation of Severe Mental Illness and Chance of Death”: Why this Distinct Punishment Violates the Eighth Amendment
Elena De Santis

150% Wrong: The Prison Litigation Reform Act and Attorney’s Fees
Eleanor Umphres

Volume 55, Number 2 (Spring 2018)


How to Make Criminal Trials Disappear without Pretrial Discovery
Darryl K. Brown

To See and Be Seen: Reconstructing the Law of Voyeurism and Exhibitionism
Stuart P. Green

A New Mens Rea for Rape: More Convictions and Less Punishment
Kari Hong

Day Fines: Reviving the Idea and Reversing the (Costly) Punitive Trend
Elena Kantorowicz-Reznichenko

Reliability of Dying Declaration Hearsay Evidence
Timothy T. Lau

The Heat of Passion and Blameworthy Reasons to Be Angry
Jonathan Witmer-Rich


Adequate Representation: The Difference Between Life and Death
R. Rosie Gorn

A Double Standard in the Law of Deception: When Lies to the Government Are Penalized and Lies by the Government Are Protected
Bonnie Trunley

Volume 55, Issue 1 (Winter 2018)

Symposium: Katz @ 50: The Fourth Amendment in the Digital Age

Fourth Amendment Anxiety
Kiel Brennan-Marquez & Stephen E. Henderson

Property is Privacy: Locke and Brandeis in the Twenty-First Century
Morgan Cloud

Collective Standing Under the Fourth Amendment
David Gray

Another Bite out of Katz: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance and the “Incidental Overhear” Doctrine
Elizabeth Goitein

Cybersurveillance Intrusions and an Evolving Katz Privacy Test
Margaret Hu