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April 10, 2005

The blossoming sentencing literature

I have often jokingly called Blakely "the case which launched a thousand law review articles," and a recent stop at SSRN has confirmed the blossoming of the sentencing literature in the wake of Blakely.  (Of course, this post last month listing many recent sentencing articles also spotlighted that sentencing is now "hot.")

The Columbia Law Review's recent symposium "Sentencing: What's at Stake for the States?" is culminating in a forthcoming issue with a dozen articles that will all be must-reads for academics and others in this field.  I have also seen some other recent articles which further enrich and enhance the scholarly dialogue about sentencing reforms.  Below I have listed and linked some of the articles recently appearing on SSRN and elsewhere that I have added to my (much-too-long) reading list:

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