Cornell Law Review Online Publishes Response and Reply to Luna and Fairfield article “Digital Innocence”

In September 2014 Washington and Lee law professors Erik Luna and Joshua Fairfield published an article entitled  "Digital Innocence" in the Cornell Law Review, Vol. 99, Issue 5.  Cornell Law Review Online has now published two responses to the article and a reply from Professors Luna and Fairfield. Find the full text of the article, responses and reply … Continue reading Cornell Law Review Online Publishes Response and Reply to Luna and Fairfield article “Digital Innocence”

Prof. Erik Luna Publishes in Stanford Journal of Criminal Law & Policy

Washington and Lee law professor Erik Luna has published an article in the inaugural edition of the Stanford Journal of Criminal Law & Policy.  The article is entitled "Prosecutor King." From the abstract: Professor Luna examines prosecutorial discretion through the lens of the Republic, analogizing Plato’s model city to American criminal justice. Like the city’s ideal … Continue reading Prof. Erik Luna Publishes in Stanford Journal of Criminal Law & Policy

Professors Fairfield and Luna Publish in Cornell Law Review

Washington and Lee law professors Joshua A.T. Fairfield and Erik Luna have published an article in the Cornell Law Review.   Digital Innocence, appears in Volume 99, Issue 5. From the abstract: Recent revelations have shown that almost all online activity and increasing amounts of offline activity are tracked using Big Data and data mining technologies. … Continue reading Professors Fairfield and Luna Publish in Cornell Law Review

Prof. Luna Presents at Stanford Symposium

Washington and Lee Law Professor Erik Luna recently presented his forthcoming work, Prosecutor King, at the Symposium on Prosecutorial Discretion.  The Symposium was held on May 16, 2014 at Stanford Law School and hosted by the Stanford Journal of Criminal Law & Policy.   Professor Luna's work will be published in the journal's inaugural edition.

Congratulations to Professor Russell Miller for a successful German Law Journal Symposium!

Congratulations to W&L Law Professor Russell Miller who just wrapped up a very successful German Law Journal Symposium at the Washington & Lee University School of Law. The discussion and fellowship were very stimulating, bringing together scholars from around the world to discuss the German Free Law Movement and Hermann Kantorowicz's work The Battle for Legal Science. … Continue reading Congratulations to Professor Russell Miller for a successful German Law Journal Symposium!

Prof. Luna on the Prosecutor

Professor Erik Luna, Professor of Law and Law Alumni Faculty Fellow, recently published his book, The Prosecutor in Transnational Perspective (Oxford University Press 2011), with Marianne Wade of the Birmingham Law School at the University of Birmingham. The book, a compilation of works and essays, discusses the powerful role the American prosecutor plays in the judicial system. They wield the … Continue reading Prof. Luna on the Prosecutor

Prof. King on Misdemeanors

Professor John D. King, Associate Clinical Professor, recently had his paper, "Procedural Justice, Collateral Consequences, and the Adjudication of Misdemeanors" published in The Prosecutor in Transnational Perspective, edited by Erik Luna and Marianne Wade (Oxford University Press 2011). Scholarly analysis and popular perceptions of the American criminal justice system tend to focus on serious crimes. … Continue reading Prof. King on Misdemeanors