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Prison Law 2016

Publication Date: November 2016 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: na Page Count: 688 pages

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Chapter 1: Practical Prevention and Responsive Strategies to Violence and Abuse in Prison: “Let the Sunshine In: The Case for Independent Non-Judicial Prison Oversight” Michael B Mushlin ~ Professor, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University
Chapter 2: Let the Sunshine In: The ABA and Prison Oversight, The State of Criminal Justice 243 (2011), available at http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/lawfaculty/983/ Michael B Mushlin ~ Professor, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University
Michele Deitch ~ The University of Texas at Austin
Chapter 3: What’s Going On in Our Prisons? The New York Times, January 4, 2016 Michael B Mushlin ~ Professor, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University
Michele Deitch ~ The University of Texas at Austin
Chapter 4: “Correctional Oversight of the NYS DOCCS” written testimony before the New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Correction (December 2, 2015) Michael B Mushlin ~ Professor, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University
Chapter 5: American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section Report to the House of Delegates (2008) Michael B Mushlin ~ Professor, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University
Chapter 6: American Bar Association, Standards for Criminal Justice: Treatment of Prisoners, Part XI: Accountability and Oversight (2011) Michael B Mushlin ~ Professor, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University
Chapter 7: Chapter 14, Professional Responsibility: Examples and Explanations, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, Concurrent Conflicts, 5th Ed. (2016) W. Bradley Wendel ~ Professor of Law, Cornell Law School
Chapter 8: Chapter 16, Professional Responsibility: Examples and Explanations, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, Former-Client Conflicts and Migratory Lawyers, 5th Ed. (2016) W. Bradley Wendel ~ Professor of Law, Cornell Law School
Chapter 9: Ethics Hypotheticals Betsy Hutchings ~ Prisoners’ Legal Services of New York
Chapter 10: Select Rules of Professional Conduct W. Bradley Wendel ~ Professor of Law, Cornell Law School
Philip M Genty ~ Everett B. Birch Innovative Teaching Clinical Professor in Professional Responsibility, Columbia Law School
Chapter 11: The Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Access to Prison Services, Programs, and Activities Sara E Liss ~ Protection & Advocacy of Individual Rights (PAIR) Staff Attorney, Disability Rights New York
Chapter 12: Academic Education in New York State Prisons, New York City Jails, and County Jails: An Overview of Applicable Laws and Policies (September 6, 2016) Stefen R Short ~ Staff Attorney, Prisoners' Rights Project, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 13: Drug Addiction Treatment in the Criminal Justice System, National Institute on Drug Abuse; National Institutes of Health; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2014); available at https://www.drugabuse.gov/related-topics/criminaljustice/drug-addiction-treatment-in-criminal-justice-system Jack Beck ~ Director, Prison Visiting Project, Correctional Association of New York
Chapter 14: Authorities Referenced During Prison Litigation: Identify Cognizable Claims and Examine Barriers to Litigation Through an In-Depth Case Study Dori A Lewis ~ Supervising Attorney, Prisoners' Rights Project, Legal Aid Society
Chapter 15: The Prison Litigation Reform Act: Threshold Considerations in Individual Litigation John Boston ~ Former Director, Prisoners’ Rights Project, The Legal Aid Society
Dori A Lewis ~ Supervising Attorney, Prisoners' Rights Project, Legal Aid Society
Chapter 16: Outline Concerning Qualified Immunity, Exhaustion under the PLRA, and Retroactivity Steven C Wu ~ Deputy Solicitor General, New York State Office of the Attorney General
Chapter 17: The Legal Standard for Constitutional Claims Alleging Deficient Health Care Gabriel B Eber ~ Senior Staff Counsel, ACLU National Prison Project
Chapter 18: Mental Health Alternatives to Solitary Confinement (MHASC), statement before the New York State Legislative Joint Fiscal Committees, Mental Hygiene Budget Hearing (February 27, 2015) Jennifer J Parish ~ Director of Criminal Justice Advocacy, Mental Health Project, Urban Justice Center
Chapter 19: Jack Beck, Director, Prison Visiting Project, The Correctional Association of New York, “Mental Health Services in NY Prisons” testimony before the New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Correction, New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Mental Health, Public Hearing Mental Illness in Correctional Settings (November 13, 2014) Jennifer J Parish ~ Director of Criminal Justice Advocacy, Mental Health Project, Urban Justice Center
Chapter 20: Matter of Hawthorne v. Stanford, 135 A.D.3d 1036 (3d Dep't 2016) Jennifer J Parish ~ Director of Criminal Justice Advocacy, Mental Health Project, Urban Justice Center
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Chairperson(s)
Jack Beck, Correctional Association of New York
Karen L Murtagh, Prisoners' Legal Services of New York
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