Laurie L. Levenson reviews Miriam Aroni Krinsky’s “Change from Within: Reimagining the 21st-Century Prosecutor” and discusses the “progressive...
Laurie L. Levenson
Judge Victoria Pratt’s new book, “The Power of Dignity,” should be mandatory reading for all judges in America.
A transcript of the panel discussion “Redeeming Justice” — a conversation in the Semipublic Intellectual Sessions, which took place on October 28.
Laurie L. Levenson reviews Erwin Chemerinsky’s new book, “Presumed Guilty.”
Laurie L. Levenson reviews Jason Hardy's new book about the criminal justice system, "The Second Chance Club: Hardship and Hope After Prison."
Laurie L. Levenson reviews Mike Chase's "How to Become a Federal Criminal: An Illustrated Handbook for the Aspiring Offender."
Erwin Chemerinsky's "We the People" is a rallying cry for progressives to get out of their funk.
Laurie L. Levenson on Jeffrey Toobin's "American Heiress."
"Because of Sex" by Gillian Thomas pays tribute to the women who fought for respect and equality in the workplace.
Gary Spence hates prosecutors. I’m a prosecutor.
Laurie L. Levenson reviews Lisa Bloom’s two-in-one book Suspicion Nation.
Magliocca reminds us that there was a time in America’s history when statesmen actually did their jobs.