Upcoming Issue

Volume 40 Spring 2016

Dennis J. Baker, Reinterpreting the Mental Health in Criminal Complicity: Change of Normative Position Theory Cannot Rationalize the Current Law, 40 LAW & PSYCHOL. REV. (forthcoming May 2016).

Kelly K. Dineen, Addressing Prescription Opioid Abuse Concerns in Context: Synchronizing Policy Solutions to Multiple Complex Health Problems, 40 LAW & PSYCHOL. REV.(forthcoming May 2016).

Lance H. Selva, William L. Shulman, & Stephen Reid, Reliability Assessments as a Condition for the Admissibility of Confessions in Tennessee, 40 LAW & PSYCHOL. REV. (forthcoming May 2016).

Christopher Slobogin, Eliminating Mental Disability as a Legal Criterion in Deprivation of Liberty Cases:  The Impact of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disability on the Insanity Defense, Civil Commitment, and Competency Law, 40 LAW & PSYCHOL. REV. (forthcoming May 2016).

Hudson Cheshire, From Bob Jones to Obergefell: What the History of the Gay Rights Movement Means for the Future of Religious Tax-Exemption, 40 LAW & PSYCHOL. REV. (forthcoming May 2016).

Amy Underwood Miller, Jury Suggestibility: The Misinformation Effect and Why Courts Should Care About Inaccuracies in Transcripts that Accompany Recorded Evidence, 40 LAW & PSYCHOL. REV. (forthcoming May 2016).

Stephanie Smith, “Sportsfluenza:” The Result of not Holding Athletes Accountable for Bad Behavior, 40 LAW & PSYCHOL. REV. (forthcoming May 2016).

Ethan Wilkinson, Eighth Amendment Protections in Capital Proceedings Against the Intellectually Disabled: Assessing State Methods of Class Protections Through the Lens of Hall v. Florida, 40 LAW & PSYCHOL. REV. (forthcoming May 2016).