CALS publications

Professor Julian Killingley

Killingley J, Killing Me Softly – Baze v Rees, Human Rights L Rev 8:3 (2008)

Killingley J, “Constraining America’s Death Penalty: The 8th Amendment and Excessive Punishment” in Against the Death Penalty: International Initiatives and Implications, ed Yorke J (Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2008)

Amicus curiae briefs to US Supreme Court in Sullivan v Florida and Graham v Florida (juvenile life without parole sentences for non-homicide crimes) 2009.

Professor Jon Yorke

Law journal articles

‘Inhuman Punishment and Abolition of the Death Penalty in the Council of Europe,’ European Public Law, vol. 16, no. 1 2010, pp. 77-104

“The Right to Life and Abolition of the Death Penalty in the Council of Europe,” 34 European Law Review 2, 2009, 205

“Frankenstein’s Monster: A Review of Recent Literature on the Death Penalty in the United States,” 54 International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 4, (2005) 1032
“Europe’s Judicial Inquiry in Extradition Cases: Closing the Door on the Death Penalty,” 29 European Law Review, 4, 2004, 546

Other articles

“Sovereignty and the Unnecessary Penalty of Death: European and United States Perspectives,” in Austin Sarat and Juergen Martschukat (ed) Is the Death penalty Dying? European and American Perspectives, (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011) (forthcoming)
“Book Review: Marie Mulvey-Roberts (ed), Writing for Their Lives: Death Row USA,” 19 Amicus Journal (2008)
“The Evolving European Union Strategy Against the Death Penalty: From Internal Renunciation to a Global Ideology,” Part 1, 16 Amicus Journal (2006) 24; Part Two, 17 Amicus Journal (2007) 26

Edited collections

The Right to Life and the Value of Life. Orientations in Law, Politics and Ethics. (Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2010)

Against the Death Penalty: International Initiatives and Implications, (Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2008)

Dr Anne Richardson-Oakes

Process, Outcomes and the Invention of Tradition: The Growing Importance of the Appearance of Judicial Neutrality (with Haydn Davies) accepted for publication in the Santa Clara Law Review, vol 50 (Autumn 2010)

From Pedagogical Sociology to Constitutional Adjudication: The Meaning of Desegregation in Social Science Research and Law. 14 Mich. J. Race & L. 61(2008)