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"Achieving Diversity of the Jury: Jury Size and the Peremptory Challenge"
9/30/2009, Shari Seidman Diamond, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
“Not that into You”
9/1/2009, Bryant G. Garth, Ronit Dinovitzer, American Lawyer
Cover of Global Perspectives on the Rule of Law Global Perspectives on the Rule of Law
7/28/2009, James J. Heckman, Robert L. Nelson, Book
The Moynihan Report Revisited: Lessons and Reflections afer Four Decades
1/2009, Robert J. Sampson, ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science - Sage Publication
Disparity and Diversity in the Contemporary City: Social (Dis)Order Revisited
2009, Robert J. Sampson, 60 British Journal of Sociology 1
Spatial Heterogeneity In the Effects of Immigration and Diversity on Neighborhood Homicide Rates
2009, Robert J. Sampson, 13 Homicide Studies 242
Cover of The Endurance of National Constitutions The Endurance of National Constitutions
2009, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
“The Symbolic Violence of the Crime-Immigration Nexus: Mobility Mythologies in the Americas”
2009, John Hagan, Ronit Dinovitzer, Crime Prevention and Policy
Legal Services for the Poor: Access, Self-Interest and Pro Bono (with Joanne Martin)
2009, Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin, Rebecca Sandefur, ed., Access to Justice
"Eminent Domain and the Psychology of Property Rights: Proposed Use, Subjective Attachment, and Taker Identity"
2009, Shari Seidman Diamond, Janice Nadler, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
Cover of Darfur and the Crime of Genocide Darfur and the Crime of Genocide
2009, John Hagan, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Studies in Law and Society
“American Politics and the Not-So-Benign Neglect of Criminal Justice”
2009, Traci Burch, Routledge
“Political Voice in an Age of Inequality”
2009, Traci Burch, University of Michigan Press
“The Mass Incarceration of American Parents: Issues of Race/Ethnicity, Collateral Consequences, and Prisoner Re-entry”
2009, John Hagan, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
“Law, Psychology & Morality”
2009, Janice Nadler, Academic Press
“Global Perspectives on the Rule of Law: A Preface and an Introduction”
2009, James J. Heckman, Robert L. Nelson, Routledge-Cavendish
“Transplants and Timing: Passages in the Creation of an Anglo-American Law of Slavery”
2009, Christopher L. Tomlins, Theoretical Inquiries in Law
“Revolutionary Justice in Brecht, Conrad and Blake”
2009, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law and Literature
“The Strait Gate: The Past, History and Legal Scholarship”
2009, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law, Culture and the Humanities
Cover of Bankrupt: Global Lawmaking and Systemic Financial Crisis Bankrupt: Global Lawmaking and Systemic Financial Crisis
2009, Terence Halliday, Stanford University Press
"Can the New Commander-In-Chief Sustain His All Volunteer Standing Army?"
2009, Traci Burch, The Dubois Review: Social Science Research on Race
Review of Wayne McIntosh & Cynthia Cates, Multi-Party Litigation: The Strategic Context
2009, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
“Offstage Behavior: Real Jurors’ Scrutiny of Non-testimonial Conduct”
2009, Shari Seidman Diamond, DePaul Law Review
"Derechos Humanos y Filanthropia Hegemonica"
2009, Bryant G. Garth, Etnografias Contemporaneas
“Comment: A Revival of Access-to-Justice Research” in Symposium on “Access to Justice,”
2009, Bryant G. Garth, Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance
“Recursivity of Global Normmaking: A Sociolegal Agenda”
2009, Terence Halliday, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
“Recursivity in Legal Change: Lawyers and Reforms of China’s Criminal Procedure Law”
2009, Terence Halliday, Law and Social Inquiry
“The Fight for Basic Legal Freedoms: Mobilization by the Legal Complex”
2009, Terence Halliday, Global Perspectives on the Rule of Law
“Rehabilitating Korea’s Corporate Insolvency Regime, 1992–2007”
2009, Terence Halliday, Pushing Back on Globalization
“Biographies, Legal Cases and Political Transitions”
2009, Carol A. Heimer, Hart Publishing
“The Impact of Legalized Abortion on Teen Childbearing”
2009, Steven D. Levitt, American Law and Economics Review
“Editor’s Introductions" [32:1--Translating Anthropology/The New Anthropology of Crime; 32:2 --Law’s Ambivalent Role: NGOs and Indigenous Land Rights]
2009, Elizabeth Mertz, PoLAR: Political and Anthropological Review Vol. 32, Nos. 1 & 2
“Are We There Yet? Empirical Research and the Predicted Demise of Large Law Firms: An Introductory Essay”
2009, Robert L. Nelson, The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics
Cover of After the JD II: Second Results from a National Study of Legal Careers After the JD II: Second Results from a National Study of Legal Careers
2009, Robert L. Nelson, Ronit Dinovitzer, Gabriele Plickert, American Bar Foundation and The NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education
"Recursivity in Legal Change: Lawyers and Reforms of China's Criminal Procedure Law"
2009, Terence Halliday, Sida Liu, Law & Social Inquiry
“Writing Slavery’s History”
2009, Dylan C. Penningroth, 23 Organization of American Historians Magazine of History 13
The New Fiscal Sociology: Taxation in Comparative and Historical Perspective
2009, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Cambridge University Press, 2009
Southeast Asian Hindu Law
2009, Jothie Rajah, Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History
Muddling through Methodology
2009, Jothie Rajah, Sortuz: Oñati Journal of Emergent Socio-Legal Studies

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