Law Reviews


Law Reviews

Mar 09, 2010

LAW REVIEWS: Condemned Defendants Should Comprehend Death

A recent arti­cle by Prof. Jeffrey Kirchmeier of the City University of New York School of Law enti­tled, The Undiscovered Country: Execution Competency & Comprehending Death” explores whether men­tal­ly dis­abled inmates…

Law Reviews

Nov 27, 2009

STUDIES: A Review of the Florida Death Penalty

Christopher Slobogin, Professor of Law and Psychiatry at Vanderbilt University, has writ­ten an eval­u­a­tion of Florida’s death penal­ty to be pub­lished in a forth­com­ing edi­tion of the Elon University Law Review. The …

Law Reviews

Nov 05, 2009

LAW REVIEWS: The Past, Present, and Future of the Death Penalty

The Tennessee Law Review recent­ly pub­lished a com­pi­la­tion of arti­cles and essays from its col­lo­qui­um, The Past, Present, and Future of the Death Penalty,” held in February 2009. Contributors focused on i…

Law Reviews

Oct 23, 2009

LAW REVIEW: Death Penalty Stories

The University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review recent­ly pub­lished a sym­po­sium issue of Death Penalty Stories, high­light­ing the role of the nar­ra­tive in the defense of death penal­ty cas­es. The com­pi­la­tion includes contributions …