Carol S. Steiker

Henry J. Friendly Professor of Law

Special Advisor for Public Service

Representative Publications

Bibliography


Books


Klarman, Michael J., David Skeel & Carol S. Steiker. The Political Heart of Criminal Procedure: Essays on Themes of William J. Stuntz (Cambridge University Press 2012).

Sanford, Kadish, Stephen Schulhofer & Carol S. Steiker. Criminal Law and Its Processes: Cases and Materials (Aspen 8th ed. 2007).

Criminal Procedure Stories ( Carol S. Steiker ed., Foundation Press Law Stories Series 2006).
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Shorter Works in Collection


Steiker, Carol S. "Darrow's Defense of Leopold and Loeb: The Seminal Sentencing of the Century" in Trial Stories (Michael E. Tigar & Angela J. Davis eds., Foundation Press, 2008).

Steiker, Carol S. "Furman v. Georgia: Not an End, But a Beginning" in Death Penalty Stories (John Blume & Jordan Steiker eds., Foundation Press, forthcoming, 2008).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "The Beginning of the End?" in The Road to Abolition (Charles Ogletree & Austin Sarat eds., NYU Press, forthcoming, 2008).

Steiker, Carol S. "Will Empathy Kill the Death Penalty, or Vice Versa?(Response to Susan Bandes)" in Criminal Law Conversations (Paul Robinson & Kimberly Ferzan eds., 2008).

Steiker, Carol S. "Sculpting the Shape of Nullification Through Jury Information and Instruction (response to Andrew Leipold)" in Criminal Law Conversations (Paul Robinson & Kimberly Ferzan eds., forthcoming 2008).

Steiker, Carol S. "Tempering or Tampering? Mercy and the Administration of Criminal Justice" in Forgiveness, Mercy and Clemency (Austin Sarat & Nasser Hussain eds., Stanford University Press, 2007).

Steiker, Carol S. "Capital Punishment and American Exceptionalism" in American Exceptionalism and Human Rights (Michael Ignatieff ed., Princeton University Press, 2005).

Steiker, Carol S. "Capital Punishment: Legal Aspects" in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice 119 (Joshua Dressler ed., Macmillan Reference, 2002).

Steiker, Carol S. "The Civil and Criminal Divide" in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice 160 (Joshua Dressler ed., Macmillan Reference, 2002).

Steiker, Carol S. "Criminal Justice and Due Process" in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, Supplement II (Macmillan, 2000).

Steiker, Carol S. "More Wrong than Rights" in Urgent Times: Policing and Rights in Inner City Communities 49 (Joshua Cohen & Joel Rogers eds., Beacon Press, 1999).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "Judicial Developments in Capital Punishment Law" in America's Experiment with the Death Penalty: Reflections on the Past, Present and Future of the Ultimate Penal Section 47 (James Acker, Robert Bohm & Charles Lanier eds., Carolina Academic Press, 1998).

Steiker, Carol S. "The Control of Women's Procreative Choices Through the Criminal Justice System in the United States" in Women and the Law (S. Jagwanter, P.J. Schwikkasd & B. Grant eds., 1994).


Articles in a Periodical


Steiker, Carol S. "Capital Punishment and Contingency," 125 Harvard Law Review 760 (2012).

Steiker, Carol S. "Why Death Penalty Opponents Are Closer to Their Goal Than They Realize," The New Republic Online, September 27, 2011.
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Steiker, Carol S. "Introduction," 9 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 1 (2011).

Steiker, Carol S. "In Memoriam: William J. Stuntz," 124 Harvard Law Review 1857 (2011).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan M. Steiker. "No More Tinkering: The American Law Institute and the Death Penalty Provisions of the Model Penal Code," 89 Texas Law Review 353 (2010).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan M. Steiker. "Part II: Report to the Ali Concerning Capital Punishment," 89 Texas Law Review 367 (2010).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan M. Steiker. "Capital Punishment: A Century of Discontinuous Debate," 100 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 643 (2010).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan M. Steiker. "Cost and Capital Punishment: A New Consideration Transforms and Old Debate," 2010 University of Chicago Legal Forum 117 (2010).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan M. Steiker. "Capital Punishment: A Century of Discontinuous Debate," 100 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 643 (2010).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Brandeis in Olmstead: "Our Government is the Potent, the Omnipresent Teacher"," 79 Mississippi Law Journal 149 (2009).

Steiker, Carol S. & Andrew E. Taslitz. "Introduction to the Symposium: The Jena Six, the Prosecutorial Conscience and the Dead Hand of History," 44 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberites Law Review 275 (2009).

Steiker, Carol S. "The Marshall Hypothesis Revisited," 52 Howard Law Journal 525 (2009).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "Opening a Window or Building a Wall? The Effect of Death Penalty Law and Advocacy on Criminal Justice More Broadly," 11 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 155 (2008).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "Atkins v. Virginia: Lessons from Substance and Procedure in the Constitutional Regulation of Capital Punishment," 57 DePaul Law Review 721 (2008).

Steiker, Carol S. "Murphy on Mercy: A Prudential Reconsideration," 27 Criminal Justice Ethics 45 (2008).

Steiker, Carol S. "Panetti v. Quarterman: Is There a "Rational Understanding" of the Supreme Court's Eighth Amendment Jurisprudence," 5 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 285 (2007).

Steiker, Carol S. "Promoting Criminal Justice Reform Through Legal Scholarship: Toward a Taxonomy," 12 Boalt Journal of Criminal Law 161 (2007).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "A Tale of Two Nations: Implementation of the Death Penalty in "Executing" Versus "Symbolic" States in the United States," 84 Texas Law Review 1869 (2006).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "Seduction of Innocence: The Attraction and Limitations of the Focus on Innocence in Capital Punishment Law and Advocacy," 95 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 587 (2005).

Steiker, Carol S. "No, Capital Punishment is Not Morally Required: Deterrence, Deontology, and the Death Penalty," 58 Stanford Law Review 751 (2005).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "The Shadow of Death: The Effect of Capital Punishment on American Criminal Law," 89 Judicature 250 (2005).

Steiker, Carol S. "Why We're So Tough On Crime," 28 Boston Review 43 (2003) (reviewing James Whitman, Oxford University Press, Harsh Justice: Criminal Punishment and the Widening Divide between America and Europe (2003)).
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Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "Abolition in Our Time," 1 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 323 (2003).
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Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "Should Abolitionists Support State Legislative Reform of Capital Punishment?" 63 Ohio State Law Journal 417 (2002).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Things Fall Apart, but the Center Holds: The Supreme Court and the Death Penalty," 77 New York University Law Review 1475 (2002).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Capital Punishment and American Exceptionalism," 81 Oregon Law Review 97 (2002).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Solving Some Due Process Puzzles: A Response to Jerold Israel," 45 Saint Louis University Law Journal 445 (2001).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Proposed Instruction," 3 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 276 (2001).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Death, Taxes, and -- Punishment?" 46 UCLA Law Review 1793 (1999).
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Steiker, Carol S. "How Much Justice Can You Afford? A Response to Stuntz," 67 George Washington Law Review 1290 (1999).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Punishing Hateful Motives: Old Wine in a New Bottle Revives Calls for Prohibition," 97 Michigan Law Review 1857 (1999) (book review).
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Steiker, Carol S. "First Principles of Constitutional Criminal Procedure: A Mistake?" 112 Harvard Law Review 680 (1999) (book review).
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Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "Defending Categorical Exemptions to the Death Penalty: Reflections on the ABA's Resolutions Concerning the Execution of Juveniles and Persons with Mental Retardation," 61 Law & Contemporary Problems 89 (1998).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Of Cities, Rainforests, and Frogs: A Response to Allen and Rosenberg," 72 St. John's Law Review 1203 (1998).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Foreword: The Limits of the Preventive State," 88 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 771 (1998).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Foreword: Punishment and Procedure: Punishment Theory and the Criminal-Civil Procedural Divide," 85 Georgetown Law Journal 775 (1997).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Remembering Race, Rape and Capital Punishment," 84 Virginia Law Review 693 (1997) (book review).

Steiker, Carol S. "Counter-Revolution in Constitutional Criminal Procedure? Two Audiences, Two Answers," 94 Michigan Law Review 2466 (1996).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Pretoria, Not Peoria," 74 Texas Law Review 1285 (1996).
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Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "Sober Second Thoughts: Reflections on Two Decades of Constitutional Regulation of Capital Punishment," 109 Harvard Law Review 355 (1995).
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Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan M. Steiker. "Sober Second Thoughts: Reflections on Two Decades of Constitutional Regulation of Capital Punishment," 109 Harv. L. Rev. 355 (1995).
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Steiker, Carol S. "Sexual Violence: Our War Against Rape," Trial, April, at 74 (book review).

Steiker, Carol S. "Second Thoughts About First Principles (A Reply to Professor Amar)," 107 Harvard Law Review 820 (1994).

Steiker, Carol S. "Did You Hear What Thurgood Marshall Did For Us? A Tribute," 20 American Journal of Criminal Law vii (1993).

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "Let God Sort Them Out? Refining the Individualization Requirement in Capital Sentencing," 102 Yale Law Journal 835 (1992) (book review).

Steiker, Carol S. "Note: The Constitutional Status of Sexual Orientation: Homosexuality as a Suspect Classification," 98 Harvard Law Review 1285 (1985).


Articles in a Newspaper


Steiker, Carol S. "Kagan and the Legacy of Marshall," National Law Journal, July 26, 2010.
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Steiker, Carol S. "Passing the Buck on Mercy," Washington Post, 2008, Op-Ed.

Steiker, Carol S. & Jordan Steiker. "It's Time to Practice the Law We Preach," Newsday, February 20, 2001, Op-Ed, at A27.

Representative Publications