Nbr. 50-2, June 2016
- Becoming “Copwise”: Policing, Culture, and the Collateral Consequences of Street‐Level Criminalization
- Facts, Preferences, and Doctrine: An Empirical Analysis of Proportionality Judgment
- Ideas with Consequences: The Federalist Society and The Conservative Counterrevolution. By Amanda Hollis‐Brusky. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015. 252 pp. $29.95 hardcover.
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- Let Me Be a Refugee: Administrative Justice and the Politics of Asylum in the United States, Canada, and Australia. By Rebecca Hamlin. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. 229 pp. $105 cloth, $31.95 paperback.
- Privacy, CCTV, and School Surveillance in the Shadow of Imagined Law
- Reclaiming the Power to Punish: Legislating and Administrating the California Supermax, 1982–1989
- Saffron Shadows and Salvaged Scripts: Literary Life in Myanmar Under Censorship and in Transition. By Ellen Wiles. New York: Columbia University Press, 2015. 288 pp. $50 cloth.
- Situational Trust: How Disadvantaged Mothers Reconceive Legal Cynicism
- Slaves of the State: Black Incarceration from the Chain Gang to the Penitentiary. By Dennis Childs. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2015. 259 pp. $22.50 paperback.
- Strategic Anticipation of En Banc Review in the U.S. Courts of Appeals
- The International Rule of Law Movement: A Crisis of Legitimacy and the Way Forward. Edited by David Marshall. Cambridge: Human Rights Program Series Harvard Law School, 2014. 308 pp. $21.95 paperback.
- Volatile Sovereignty: Governing Crime through the Community in Khayelitsha
- What Makes Law: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Law. By Liam Murphy. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014. 216 pp. $34.99 paperback.