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Catherine M. Grosso

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Law Review Articles

A Stubborn Legacy: The Overwhelming Importance of Race in Jury Selection in 173 Post-Batson North Carolina Capital Trials, First Author with Barbara O'Brien. Iowa Law Review (forthcoming 2012).

Statistical Proof of Racial Discrimination in the Use of Peremptory Challenges: The Impact and Promise of the Miller-El Line of Cases, As Reflected in the Experience of One Philadelphia Capital Case, Second Author with David C. Baldus (deceased at time of final drafting and publication), Robert Dunham, George Woodworth & Richard Newell. Iowa Law Review (forthcoming 2012).

Confronting Race: How A Confluence of Social Movements Convinced North Carolina to Go Where the McCleskey Court Wouldn't, Barbara O'Brien & Catherine Grosso. Mich. St. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2012).

Racial Discrimination in the Administration of the Death Penalty: The Experience of the United States Armed Forces (1984-2005), David C. Baldus, George Woodworth, Catherine M. Grosso & Richard Newell. 101 J. Crim. L. & Criminology (forthcoming Winter 2012).

The Role of Intimacy in the Prosecution and Sentencing of Capital Murder Cases in the United States Armed Forces, 1984-2005, Catherine M. Grosso, David Baldus & George Woodworth. 40 N.M. L. Rev. 273 (2010).

The Impact of Civilian Aggravating Circumstances on the Military Death Penalty: Another Chapter in the Resistance of the Armed Forces to the Civilianization of Military Justice, 1984-2005, Catherine M. Grosso, David C. Baldus & George Woodworth. 43 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 569 (2010).

Race and Proportionality Since McCleskey v. Kemp (1987): Different Actors with Mixed Strategies of Denial and Avoidance, David C. Baldus, George Woodworth, and Catherine M. Grosso. 39 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 143 (2007).

Arbitrariness and Discrimination in the Administration of the Death Penalty: A Legal and Empirical Analysis of the Nebraska Experience (1973–1999), David C. Baldus, George Woodworth, Catherine M. Grosso, and Aaron M. Christ. 81 Neb. L. Rev. 486 (2002).

International Law in the Domestic Arena: The Case of Torture in Israel, Catherine M. Grosso.86 Iowa L. Rev. 305 (2000).

Other Publications

Empirical Studies of Race and Geographic Discrimination in the Administration of the Death Penalty: A Primer on the Key Methodological Issues, David Baldus, George Woodworth, Neil Alan Weiner, David Zuckerman, and Catherine M. Grosso. In Capital Punishment: The Defining Issues for the Next Generation (Charles S. Lanier, William J. Bowers, and James Acker eds.) (Durham, N.C.: Carolina Acad. Press 2008).

James Skelly Wright, Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court (forthcoming 2008).

Mapping Work and Outcomes: Participatory Evaluation of the Farm Preservation Advocacy Network, Cornelia Butler Flora and Catherine M. Grosso. 1 Soc. Prac. 133–155 (1999).

Human Rights and Norwegian Aid to the Palestinian Areas: A Self-Monitoring Exercise, Catherine M. Grosso and Lars Gule. In Human Rights in Developing Countries 1997 (Hugo Stokke, Astri Suhrke, and Arne Tostensen eds.) (1997).


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