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Clinical Faculty Scholarly Research and Public Engagement

Spring 2023

Sandra Babcock

John Blume

  • “Ghosts of Executions Past: A Case Study of Executions in South Carolina in the Pre-Furman Era,” Cornell Law Review vol. 107:6
  • John Blume, Sheri Johnson, and Brendan Van Winkle, “Atkins V. Virginia At Twenty: Still Adaptive Deficits, Still in the Developmental Period,” Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice vol. 29:1
  • John Blume, Brendan van Winkle, “Execution Methods and Evolving Standards of Decency,” special issue of the ABA’s Litigation magazine dedicated to “Embracing Change”

Angela Cornell

  • Angela B. Cornell, “Labor Law Unrealized: The Stifling of Workers’ Collective Rights in the United States” in The Future of Labor and Employment Law: International and Comparative Perspectives, (Bruyland-Larcier Publishing, 2023)
  • Angela B. Cornell, book review, “Democratize Work: The Case for Reorganizing the Economy,” ILR Review, by Isabelle Ferreras, Julie Battilana, Dominique Méda (University of Chicago Press 2022). Online November 28, 2022, print version forthcoming.
  • Angela B. Cornell, “Why Organized Labor is a Democratic Catalyst,” National Endowment for Democracy, Democracy Digest, August 8, 2022, Solicited
  • Angela B. Cornell and Mark Barenberg, eds Cambridge Handbook of Labor and Democracy, Cambridge University Press, 2022
  • Angela B. Cornell, “Labor’s Obstacles and Democracy’s Demise,” in Cambridge Handbook of Labor and Democracy (Cambridge University Press, 2022)

Gautam Hans

Jacklyn Kelley-Widmer

Lorelei Lee

Beth Lyon

  • Acceso Lingüístico a la Justicia y Debido Proceso, in Luiz Dellore, ed., Due Process of Law in the 21st Century (with Lesbia Marleny Sis Chen) (2022).
  • Presenter, Una Mirada Crítica a la Migración, Curso Crítico: Teoría Crítica del Derecho y Justicia Social en las Américas, Universidad Católica de Uruguay (via zoom) (Feb. 27, 2023)

Estelle McKee

  • Led a plenary session and co-led small-group sessions at “Persuasion Institute: A Workshop in Legal Storytelling and Narrative Construction for Capital Post-Conviction Counsel,” in Ithaca.
  • Presented on persuasive legal writing and applied storytelling and co-led small-group sessions at the National Legal Aid and Defender Association’s appellate defender training in Denver, Colorado.
  • Estelle McKee and Jaclyn Kelley-Widmer, “Essentializing Culture in U.S. Asylum Law,” forthcoming in Brooklyn Law Review

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