The American University Criminal Law Brief, created in 2005, is a journal dedicated to the complex and constantly evolving world of the criminal justice system. Our audience includes judges and practicing attorneys, students with a strong interest in criminal law, and professors of varied criminal law disciplines. We are dedicated to an open and balanced dialogue on all aspects of criminal law representing all possible perspectives. The Brief is distributed to federal, state, and local government agencies, courts, law firms, and law schools throughout the country.
Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1 (2013)
The Temptation of Martinez v. Ryan:Legal Ethics for the Habeas Bar
Lawrence Kornreich and Alexander I. Platt