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Law Review Articles

Vermont Law Review, Vol. 36, p.1, 2011

By Mary Berkheiser 

Juvenile Life Without Parole: an Antidote to Congress’s One-Way Criminal Law Ratchet?

New York University Review of Law & Social Change (2011)

By Scott Hechinger

Death by Incarceration as a Cruel and Unusual Punishment When Applied to Juveniles

University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class (2010)

By Robert Johnson PhD and Sonia Tabriz

Sentencing Our Children To Die in Prison: Global Law and Practice

University of San Francisco Law Review (2008)

By Professor Connie de la Vega and Director of Human Rights Programs Michelle Leighton

Report on Human Rights Violations: Sentencing Our Children to Die in Prison

The Frank C. Newman International Human Rights Clinic and the Center for Law and Global Justice, University of San Francisco School of Law, in association with Human Rights Advocates (2007)

By Director of Human Rights Programs Michelle Leighton and Professor Connie de la Vega