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Monday, December 14, 2009

Great new issue of Ohio St. J. of Criminal Law

I am continually impressed with the great and creative conversations hosted in the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law. Via the good folks at Tarlton Library at U of Texas, I just found out there's a new issue of the Journal with what looks to be 2 really interesting exchanges, one having to do with what criminal law can learn from criminology, and the second having to do with an article by Anders Walker (SLU) about the political history of the criminal law casebook and its relation to legal education. Congrats to the editors on putting this issue together. I look forward to reading it. If I have any reactions, I'll register them here or on Jotwell, or both.

After the jump, you can find the table of contents.

OHIO STATE JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW

Volume 7       Number 1       Fall 2009

 SYMPOSIUM

WHAT CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE CAN LEARN FROM CRIMINOLOGY

 What Criminal Law and Procedure Can Learn from Criminology

David A. Harris

1

 Studying Wrongful Convictions: Learning From Social Science

Richard A. Leo & Jon B. Gould

7

 Putting the Practice Into Theory

Eric J. Miller

31

 Criminal Justice and the Public Imagination

Erik Luna

71

 How Accountability-Based Policing Can Reinforce—Or Replace—The Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule

David A. Harris

149

 COMMENTARY SYMPOSIUM

CRIMINAL LAW, CASEBOOKS, AND LEGAL EDUCATION

Criminal Law Casebooks: An Introduction to a Dialogue on Their History and Role in Legal Education

Joshua Dressler

215

 The Anti-Case Method: Herbert Wechsler and the Political History of the Criminal Law Course

Anders Walker

217

 I Remember Professor Wechsler

Yale Kamisar

249

 On Cases, Casebooks, and the Real World of Criminal Justice: A Brief Response to Anders Walker

Donald A. Dripps

257

 Teaching Criminal Law from a Critical Perspective

Angela P. Harris & Cynthia Lee

261

 Criminal Law Textbooks and Human Betterment

Douglas Husak

267

 Four Good Things About Wechsler's Approach

Margaret L. Paris

275

 Teaching Criminal Law

Lloyd L. Weinreb

279

 

Did Legal Realism Engage the Real World of Criminal Law?

Robert Weisberg

293

 

Response to Readers of "The Anti-Case Method: Herbert Wechsler and the Political History of the Criminal Law Course"

Anders Walker

303

 

WALTER C. RECKLESS-SIMON DINITZ MEMORIAL LECTURE

Legitimacy and Criminal Justice: The Benefits of Self-Regulation

Tom R. Tyler

307

 

COMMENTARIES

Eyewitness Corroboration Requirements As Protections Against Wrongful Conviction: The Hidden Questions

David Crump

361

 

Colorado v. Connelly: What Really Happened

William T. Pizzi

377

 

Mental Illness and Self-Representation: Faretta, Godinez and Edwards

Christopher Slobogin

391

 

REVIEWS

Protecting the Innocent as the Primary Value of the Criminal Justice System

Susan A. Bandes

413

 

States of War: Defensive Force Among Nations

Guyora Binder

439

 

TERM PAPER

Herring v. United States: A Minnow or a Shark?

Albert W. Alschuler

463

 

 

  

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