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April 20, 2005

Still more bedtime sentencing reading

In prior posts here and here and here, I noted more than two dozen recent sentencing articles worthy of a place on the professional reading list (which, in my world, grows next to my nightstand).  In case you are caught up (hah!), here are a few more intriguing sentencing pieces now appearing on SSRN:

In addition, I am very proud to report that the Spring 2005 issue of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law was sent to press earlier this month (and on time, like the Fall 2004 issue and all other OSJCL issues, thanks principally to the tireless efforts of my colleague and co-editor Joshua Dressler).

The Spring 2005 OSJCL issue includes a wonderful symposium on "Criminal Responsibility," which was guest edited by R.A. Duff, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Stirling, as well as a number of other interesting pieces.  The following articles, which are linked here in full-text, may be of greatest interest to sentencing gurus:

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