Research and Resources

          Selected Publications


          Hadar Aviram, Humonetarianism: The New Correctional Discourse of Scarcity (forthcoming: UC Press, 2014)

          George Bisharat, Palestinian lawyers and Israeli Rule : Law and Disorder in the West Bank (UT Presss, 1989)

          Evan Lee, Judicial Restraint in America: How the Ageless Wisdom of the Federal Courts was Invented (Oxford University Press, 2011)

          Stephen Saltzburg, John Diamond, Kit Kinports, Thomas. H. Morawetz and Rory Little, Criminal Law: Cases and Materials (LexisNexis, 3rd Ed., 2008)


          Hadar Aviram and Annick Persinger, Perceiving and Reporting Domestic Violence Incidents in Unconventional Settings: A Vignette Survey Study, 23 Women's Law Journal 159 (2012). 

          George Bisharat, Introduction to Litigating Palestine: Can Courts Secure Palestinian Rights? 35 HASTINGS INT'L & COMP. L. REV. 91 (2012).

          Kate Bloch, Representation for the Accused: Haiti's Thirst and a Role for Clinical Legal Education, 14 OR. L. REV. 430 (2013). 

          Eumi Lee, The Centerpiece to Real Reform? Political, Legal, and Social Barriers to Reentry in California, 7 Hastings Race & Poverty L.J. 243

          Evan Lee, Does Warrantless Wiretapping Violate Moral Rights? 44 San Diego L. Rev. 723 (2007).

          Rory Little, ABA's Project to Revise the Criminal Justice Standards for the Prosecution and Defense Functions, 62 HASTINGS L.J. 1111 (2011).

          Aaron Rappaport, Litigation over Prison Medical Services, 7 HASTINGS RACE & POVERTY L.J. 261 (2010). 

          Aaron Rappaport, Realigning California Corrections, 25 Fed. Sent. Rep. 207 (2013).

          Publications for Practitioners

          Federal Sentencing Reporter (coedited by Aaron Rappaport)

          Supreme Court Case Summaries, ABA Criminal Law Section (perspective by Rory Little)


          Hadar Aviram, Props 34, 35, and 36: Old Patterns or New Solutions? The Recorder, Oct. 26, 2012.  

          Rory Little, Let's See What Can Result from Sentencing-Guidelines Decision, The Los Angeles Daily Journal, Jan 14, 2005.

          Media Appearances

          Hadar Aviram on the death penalty, June 2, 2013, CBS-5


          California Correctional Crisis