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April 26, 2006

Lots of good (non-Booker) reading

Earlier this week, I noted my article "Tweaking Booker" and Judge McConnell's article "The Booker Mess."  But if you are not in a Booker mood, there's plenty of other interesting reading now on-line:

1.  The latest issue of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, which includes a wonderful symposium on juvenile brain development and criminal justice and commentaries on a range of topics, is now fully available on-line here.

2.  As I have noted before, all the papers authored for the up-coming Harvard Law School conference on blogs and legal scholarship — entitled "Bloggership: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship"  — can now be accessed at this special SSRN page.

3.  Speaking of SSRN, these recently-posted sentencing papers caught my eye:

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