Cooper, Sarah Lucy and McArdle, Scarlett (2017) Preparing to Moot: A step-by-step guide to mooting. Routledge. ISBN 9781138853157 (In Press)
Firearms Identification Evidence: Emerging Themes from Recent Criticism, Research and Case Law, (forthcoming book chapter in Inside Forensic Reform: Protecting the Innocent)
Scientific Developments and Judicial Decision-making in the Era of Innocence: The Influence of Legal Process Theory (forthcoming, Richmond Journal of the Law and Public Interest, 2016).
Challenges to Fingerprint Evidence: Why Courts Need a New Approach to Finality (forthcoming, William Hamline Law Review, 2016).
The State Clemency Power and Innocence Claims: The Influence of Finality and its Implications for Innocents, (forthcoming, Charlotte Law Review, 2016).
Forensic Science Identification Evidence: Tensions Between Law and Science, Volume 16, April 14, 2016, pages 1-35.
Post-Conviction Access to DNA Testing and Clemency as a “Fail-Safe”: The Implications of Judicial Fidelity to the Legal Process Vision 64 Drake L. Rev. 1 (2016)
Judicial Responses to Developments in Forensic Identification Evidence and Newly Discovered Evidence Rules in The United States: The Influence of Finality and Legal Process Theory, 4 British J. Am. Legal Studies 649 (2015)
Cooper, Sarah Lucy (2015) The State Clemency Power and Innocence Claims: The Influence of Finality and its Implications for Innocents. Charlotte Law Review, 51 (1). pp. 51-110
The Innocence Movement and the Death Penalty in America: Overcoming Assumptions, Amicus Legal Journal, Spring Issue, 2015.
Judicial Responses to Challenges to Firearms Identification Evidence: A Need for New Perspectives on Finality 31 T.M. Cooley L. Rev. 457 (2014).
The Controversy of Clemency and Innocence in America, 51 Cal. W. L. Rev. 55 (2014).
Innocence Commissions in America -- Ten Years After, Controversies in Innocence Cases in America, Ed. Sarah L. Cooper, Ashgate Publishing Ltd (2014).
The Collision of Law and Science: American Court Responses to Developments in Forensic Science, 33 PACE L. REV. 234 (2013).
When Science Changes, How Does Law Respond? Encyclopedia of Forensic Science (Jay A. Siegel, Geoffrey C. Knupfer and Pekka J. Saukko, eds., 2d ed., Elsevier) (2012)
A Review of the Concurrent Debates over Same-sex Marriage in the United States and the Council of Europe, 5 Phoenix L. Rev. 39. (2012).
Marriage, Family, Discrimination and Contradiction: The Legacy and Future of the ECtHR’s jurisprudence on LGBT Rights, German Law Journal, Volume 12, No. 9, 2011.
Inheritance Rights & Human Rights for Children Born Outside of Wedlock in Jersey– The Event Horizon J.G.L.R. 2010, 14(2), 192-207.
Ray M. Krone: Once Bitten Twice Convicted, 20, The Amicus Legal Journal, 32-37, 2009.
Selected research presentations
Judicial Decision-Making in the United States in the Era of Innocence: The Influence of Legal Process Theory and its Implications, Legal Theory Seminar Series, Edinburgh Law School, Scotland.
Judicial Responses to Developments in Firearms Identification Evidence and Newly Discovered Evidence Rules in The United States: The Influence of Finality and Legal Process Theory, Queen Mary, University of London, PGR Conference, June, 2015.
Forensics, Firearms and Finality, Western Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, February, 2015.
Innocence Controversies in American Death Penalty Cases, Wrongful conviction and the death penalty: the inevitability of error? University of Oxford Symposium, November, 2014.
Judicial Responses to Challenges to Firearms Identification Evidence in the United States: A Need for New Perspectives on Finality, North East Crime Research Network Conference, November 3, 2014.
Developments in Forensic Evidence and Newly Discovered Evidence Rules in the United States: Judicial Responses, Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, 2014.
An Introduction to Criminal Law, Everest College, Phoenix, Arizona, April, 2014
Communicating Clemency Applications Effectively, Criminal Justice Communications Class, Everest College, Phoenix, Arizona, August, 2014
Clemency: The Most Important Decision in the American Criminal Justice System? Decision-Making and Criminal Justice: National and International Trends on 7 May 2014 Durham Law School, Centre for Criminal Law and Criminal Justice.
Controversies in Wrongful Conviction Cases, University of Portsmouth, March, 2014.
Clemency and Innocence: Changes Perceptions in Policy and Law, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, USA February, 2014.
International Clinical Legal Placements, Clinical Legal Education Organisation, University of Portsmouth, November, 2013.
Innocence Commissions in America: Past, Present and Future Challenges, University of Liverpool's International Postgraduate Legal Conference, July, 2013.
The Collision of Law and Science: How do American Courts Respond to Developments in Forensic Science? Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, New York City, USA, 2012
Using Developments in Law and Science to Re-examine Evidential Issues in Post-Conviction Claims of Innocence in the United States, Socio-Legal Studies Conference April 12-13 2011 University of Sussex.