May 7, 2009
Stanford Law Review issue on "Media, Justice, and the Law"
This past January I had the pleasure of participating as a panelist at the Stanford Law Review's symposium titled "Media, Justice, and the Law." The major papers presented at the live event were all distinctive and fascinating, and they are now available on-line at this link as published in SLR's April 2009 issue. Here are the specifics with links to individual pieces:
Symposium: Media, Justice, and the Law
Simon A. Cole & Rachel Dioso-Villa, Investigating the 'CSI Effect' Effect: Media and Litigation Crisis in Criminal Law, 61 Stan. L. Rev. 1335 (2009).
Russell D. Covey, Criminal Madness: Cultural Iconography and Insanity, 61 Stan. L. Rev. 1375 (2009).
William R. Montross & Patrick Mulvaney, Virtue and Vice: Who Will Report on the Failings of the American Criminal Justice System?, 61 Stan. L. Rev. 1429 (2009).
Russell K. Robinson, Racing the Closet, 61 Stan. L. Rev. 1463 (2009).
Rachel C. Lee, Ex Parte Blogging: The Legal Ethics of Supreme Court Advocacy in the Internet Era, 61 Stan. L. Rev. 1535 (2009).
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I read the CSI paper. It is like an A paper for a college senior. I guess the student editors can recognize college level excellence.
I contains standard lying lawyer, biased, one sided lawyer propaganda. It does not merit rebuttal. It is little more than a whining, blog style op-ed. I am not bothering with the rest of the papers.
Posted by: Supremacy Claus | May 8, 2009 12:47:28 AM