Table of Contents - New Criminal Law Review

Lindsay Farmer, University of Glasgow
Kevin Heller, University of Melbourne
Ron Levi, University of Toronto
Vanessa Munro, University of Nottingham
Sarah Summers, University of Zurich
Malcolm Thorburn, Queen’s University, Ontario
William Wilson, Queen Mary, University of London
Luis Chiesa, Pace University
Peter Ramsay, London School of Economics
Mark C. Penrose
Cher Paul
Richard P. Adelstein, Wesleyan University
Peter Arenella, University of California, Los Angeles
Charles P. Ewing, SUNY at Buffalo
Guyora Binder, SUNY at Buffalo
George P. Fletcher, Columbia University
Simon Bronitt, Australian National University
David Garland, New York University
Alan Brudner, University of Toronto
Alan Hunt, Carleton University
Donna Coker, University of Miami
Douglas N. Husak, Rutgers University
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, Stanford University
Markus D. Dubber, Buffalo Criminal Law Center, SUNY at Buffalo Dan M. Kahan, Yale University
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics
Marcelo Ferrante, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
Randall McGowen, University of Oregon
Stuart Green, Rutgers University
Michael S. Moore, University of Illinois
Bernard Harcourt, University of Chicago
William T. Pizzi, University of Colorado
Alon Harel, Hebrew University
Paul H. Robinson, University of Pennsylvania
Mireille Hildebrandt, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Hinrich Rüping, Universität Hannover
Tatjana Hörnle, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Joachim J. Savelsberg, University of Minnesota
Mark Kelman, Stanford University
Stuart A. Scheingold, University of Washington
Maximo Langer, University of California, Los Angeles
Bernd Schünemann, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Ian Leader-Elliott, University of Adelaide
Richard G. Singer, Rutgers University
Tracey Meares, Yale University
Stephen D. Sowle, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Alan Norrie, King’s College London
Pieter C. Spierenburg, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Victoria Nourse, University of Wisconsin
Thomas Weigend, Universität zu Köln
Mike Redmayne, London School of Economics
Franklin E. Zimring, University of California, Berkeley
Jacqueline Ross, University of Illinois
Jonathan Simon, University of California, Berkeley
Kenneth Simons, Boston University
David Sklansky, University of California, Berkeley
Victor Tadros, University of Warwick
Mariana Valverde, University of Toronto
Robert Weisberg, Stanford University
William Wilson, Queen Mary, University of London
Leonardo Zaibert, University of Wisconsin
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Elizabeth G. Orrico
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Are Attempts Like Treason?
Stephen P. Garvey
Controlling Sexually Violent Predators: Continued Incarceration
at What Cost?
Tamara Rice Lave
Jury Trial in Austria
Greg Taylor
B OO K R E V I E W s
The Philosophy of Criminal Law: Selected Essays.
By Douglas Husak
Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman
Hearing the Victim: Adversarial Justice, Crime Victims,
and the State. Edited by A. Bottoms and J. V. Roberts
Sandra Walklate
F o r me r ly K n o w n as B u f f al o C r i m i n al L aw Rev i ew
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