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Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology is a student-run publication at Northwestern University School of Law that prints four issues annually and rests upon a century of scholarship devoted to the scientific study of criminal law and criminology. Since its inception in 1910, the Journal strives to capture the breadth and depth of legal scholarship on crime through the publication of legal articles, criminological research, book reviews, and symposia. The Journal is consistently ranked among the most influential legal and criminology publications and remains the most widely read and cited criminal law journal. Our broad readership of judges, legal scholars, criminologists, and practitioners composes the second largest subscription base of all the nation's law journals.
Current Issue: Volume 107, Issue 4 (2017) The Death Penalty's Numbered Days?
A Culture that is Hard to Defend: Extralegal Factors in Federal Death Penalty Cases
Jon B. Gould and Kenneth S. Leon
Examining Jurors: Applying Conversation Analysis to Voir Dire in Capital Cases, a First Look
Barbara O'Brien, Catherine M. Grosso, and Abijah P. Taylor
Race and Death Sentencing for Oklahoma Homicides Committed Between 1990 and 2012
Glenn L. Pierce, Michael L. Radelet, and Susan Sharp
The Rhetoric of Abolition: Continuity and Change in the Struggle Against America's Death Penalty, 1900-2010
Austin Sarat, Robert Kermes, Haley Cambra, Adelyn Curran, Margaret Kiley, and Keshav Pant