Professor Douglas Berman was recently featured in The New Orleans Advocate article, A drug war relic: Heroin ‘lifer’ who has spent almost 43 years behind bars to be freed. “There’s a depressingly large number of folks who are still serving long […]
Professor Douglas A. Berman’s Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform blog has been named to the ABA Journal’s eighth annual “Blawg 100.”
Professor Douglas Berman is known nationally as an expert on sentencing law, which is precisely why the U.S. Sentencing Commission recently asked him for a favor in the wake of its own website being dismantled by hackers.
Moritz professors are intensely watching the October 2012 term of the Supreme Court of the United States. There are major cases in constitutional law, business law, and copyright law pending this term, which will wrap up in June. Amgen Inc. […]
Students in Professor Doug Berman’s Sentencing class last semester had a choice at the end of the semester: Take a four-hour exam, or write brief for the U.S. Supreme Court on a case involving juveniles sentenced to life without the […]
The U.S. Sentencing Commission’s role has been questioned on a number of fronts in recent years. In 2005, the Supreme Court held the commission’s mandatory guidelines unconstitutional, following evidence that they perpetuate rather than eliminate disparities. And in recent months, […]
Professor Douglas A. Berman has been tapped for a joint task force examining whether Ohio’s death penalty is administered in the most fair and judicious manner possible.
Three distinguished members of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law have been awarded professorships.
A recent National Law Journal feature story on influential law “professors who have made blogging a mainstream medium” profiles the contributions of Douglas Berman.
Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Professor Douglas A. Berman testified Wednesday, July 11, before the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on the Judiciary regarding the “The Use and Misuse of Presidential Clemency Power for Executive Branch Officials.” The […]