Most Recent Additions*
Prosecutorial Discretion in Criminal Tax Obstruction Cases: How DOJ Internal Policy Limited the Crime of Corruptly Obstructing the IRS Until the Supreme Court Stepped In, and Why Tax Criminals Will Still Get Convicted
Kathryn W. Booth
Attorney-Client Communication in Public Defense: A Qualitative Examination
Janet Moore, Vicki L. Plano Clark, Lori A. Foote, and Jacinda K. Dariotis
Forty-five Years Of Law And Literature: Reflections On James Boyd White's "The Legal Imagination" And Its Impact On Law And Humanities Scholarship
Elizabeth Mertz, Robert P. Burns, Matthew Anderson, Jack L. Sammons, Thomas D. Eisele, Linda L. Berger, Linda Ross Meyer, and Dvid Gurnham
*Updated as of 08/19/19.