"Criminal Trials as Culture Wars: Southern Honor and the Acquittal of Frank James," 51 Kansas Law Review 409 (2003); Practice Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines (with Bamberger, et al.) (4th ed. 2001 & supps.); Contemporary Federal Criminal Practice (with George) (2nd ed. 1992 & supp.); "The Sentencing Commission's Administrative Reforms: Two Cheers and Some Suggestions," 9 Federal Sentencing Review 71 (1996); "Drug Testing, Collective Suspicion and a Fourth Amendment out of Balance," 6 Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 27 (Winter 1997); "The Death Penalty in the Legislature: Some Thoughts About Money, Myth, and Morality," 37 Kansas Law Review 443 (1989).
Clinical legal education, international human rights, criminal procedure.
J.D., Georgetown, 1974, Georgetown Law Journal; B.A., Oberlin College, 1969.
Kansas 1979, New York 1975
Associate Appellate Attorney, Legal Aid Society, Criminal Appeal Bureau, New York City 1974-76; Associate Appellate Attorney, Legal Aid Society, Federal Defender Appeals Unit, New York City 1976-79; Associate Professor, Kansas 1979-84; Professor since 1984; Visiting Professor, American University 1989-90; Visiting Professor, California Western School of Law 1996-97 Visiting Professor, Howard University 2000-01; Director, Paul E. Wilson Defender Project 1979-99; Director of Clinical Programs, Kansas 1995-99.
Member, Sentencing Commission Practitioner Advisory Group; Courtesy Faculty, Department of Russian and East European Studies; Legal Specialist and Consultant, ABA Central and East European Law Initiative.