Faculty Bibliography

Douglas A. Berman

 

Articles


Blogs

  • Sentencing Law & Policy, ( 2008).

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Books

  • 2005 Interim Supplement: The Blakely/Booker Revolution for Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes and Guidelines, (with Nora Demleitner, Marc Miller and Ronald Wright) ( 2005).
  • 2005 Summer Supplement: The Blakely/Booker Revolution for Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes and Guidelines, (with Nora Demleitner, Marc Miller and Ronald Wright) ( 2005).
  • Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes and Guidelines, (with Nora Demleitner, Marc Miller and Ronald Wright) ( 2004).

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  • Teachers' Manual for Sentencing Law and Policy, (with Nora Demleitner, Marc Miller and Ronald Wright) ( 2004).

Book Chapters

  • Extreme Punishments in When All Else Fails: Making Sense of Miscarriages in Justice, ( 2009).

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  • The Virtues of Offense/Offender Distinctions in Criminal Law Conversations, ( 2009).

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  • The Past, Present and Future of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, in Practice Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines (16th ed.) ( 2006).

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Briefs

  • Brief of Amicus Curiae Center on the Administration of Criminal Law in support of Respondents, (with Samuel L. Feder (counsel of record) et.al.), United States v. O'Brien, No. 08-1529 (U.S. Supreme Court ) ( 2009).
  • Brief of Amicus Curiae in support of Respondents, (with Jason Blake and Vasanth Ananth), McDonald v. City of Chicago, No.08-1521 (U.S. Supreme Court ) ( 2009).

Presentations

  • The Foolishness of Finality Concerns for Sentencing Purposes, April 3 Brooklyn Law School Faculty workshop ( 2014).
  • Understanding and Undoing Mass Incarceration, War on Drugs Symposium Grinnell Colleg March 11 ( 2014).
  • "What Happens When 'Legalize It' Moves from Slogan to State Law", 2013 AALS Conference New Orleans ( 2013).
  • "Why The Post-Booker Federal Sentencing System Is So Stable And So Hard To Fully Understand", The Criminal Justice Institute at the University of Houston Law Center ( 2013).