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Tuesday, May 01, 2018

Online Replies to "Punishment and Moral Risk"

I'm pleased to report that the Illinois Law Review has just released five online replies to my article, Punishment and Moral Risk, including pieces by Emad Atiq, Chad Flanders, Mary Sigler, Stephen Galoob, and Chelsea Rosenthal. I am grateful to all five of them for the care and thought they have put into their replies and give special thanks to Chad for organizing everyone! I plan to offer some reactions in the coming weeks.

Posted by Adam Kolber on May 1, 2018 at 05:17 PM | Permalink


Someone should tell the Illinois Law Review editors that if they're going to post online pieces with footnotes, the footnote needs to link back to the main text. When I click on a footnote, I go to the footnote, but there's no way of going back from whence I came without scrolling (including the back button, which just takes me back here).

Posted by: Asher Steinberg | May 2, 2018 11:29:37 AM

I'm glad to hear it, Patrick. While there are fair complaints one might level at the law review process, the open-access nature of most law reviews makes up for a lot.

Posted by: Adam Kolber | May 2, 2018 9:40:17 AM

As someone who no longer has any ties to the academic world* (and what ties I had before were rather tenuous), I very much appreciate having access to these articles ... so, thank you.

* 'Tis true that I have an Academia page, but one is not dependent on the other.

Posted by: Patrick S. O'Donnell | May 2, 2018 9:00:55 AM

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