Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law

OSJCL Amici Board of Advisors

OSJCL Amici: Views from the Field

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OSJCL Amici: Views From the Field provides timely commentaries from practitioners on cutting-edge criminal law topics, enriches the dialogue between the academic and practicing communities, and broadens the understanding of criminal law among students, academics, practitioners, and the public.

The Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law is a peer-evaluated, faculty-student cooperative venture, published by The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law since 2003. Our semi-annual publication serves as a leading forum for scholarship in the diverse academic field of criminal law and policy. Recent symposia topics have ranged from the philosophy of mercy and clemency, to federal and state sentencing; from corporate crime to juvenile psychology and criminal accountability. Led by Professors Joshua Dressler, Douglas Berman, and Alan Michaels, the journal has quickly gained a reputation as a leading resource among respected criminal law authorities.