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'Not Guilty' Isn't Always 'Innocent', CHICAGO TRIBUNE, OP-ED., Feb. 8, 1994, p. 18.
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

A Brief History of Distinctions in Criminal Culpability, 31 HASTINGS L. J. 815 (1980).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

A Functional Analysis of Criminal Law, 88 NW. U. L. REV. 857 (1994).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

A PRACTICAL THEORY OF PUNISHMENT: HOW, WHY & WHO TO PUNISH (2006).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

A Proposal for Limiting the Duty of the Trial Judge to Instruct the Jury Sua Sponte, 11 SAN DIEGO L. REV. 325 (1974).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

A Right to Bear Firearms But Not to Use Them? Defensive Force Rules and the Increasing Effectiveness of Non-Lethal Weapons, 89 B.U. L. REV. 251 (2009).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

A Sentencing System for the 21st Century?, 66 TEX. L. REV. 1 (1987).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

A System of Excuses: How Criminal Law’s Excuse Defenses Do, and Don’t, Work Together to Exculpate Blameless and Only Blameless Offenders, Symposium Issue, 42 TEX. TECH L. REV. 259 (2009).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

A Theory of Justification: Societal Harm as a Prerequisite for Criminal Liability, 23 UCLA L. REV. 266 (1975).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Abnormal Mental State Mitigations of Murder – the U.S. Perspective, in LOSS OF CONTROL AND DIMINISHED RESPONSIBILITY: DOMESTIC, COMPARATIVE & INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE CORONERS AND JUSTICE ACT 2009 (Alan Reed & Michael Bohlander, eds., Hart 2012).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Advantaging Aggressors: Justice & Deterrence in International Law, 3 HARV. NAT'L SECURITY J. 143 (2011) (with Adil Ahmad Haque).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Are Criminal Codes Irrelevant?, 68 S. CAL. L. REV. 159 (1994).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Are We Responsible for Who We Are? The Challenges for Criminal Law Theory in the Defenses of Coercive Indoctrination and "Rotten Social Background," 2 ALA. C.R. & C.L. L. REV. 53 (2012).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Book Review: G. Fletcher, A Crime of Self-Defense: Bernhard Goetz and the Law on Trial, 74 A.B.A. JOURNAL 112 (Sept. 1, 1988).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Brotherly Intervention, N.Y. TIMES, OP-ED., Nov. 29, 1997, A25.
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

CRIMINAL LAW CASE STUDIES (3rd ed. West Group 2007) (2nd ed. 2002; 1st ed. 2000). TEACHER'S MANUAL FOR CRIMINAL LAW CASE STUDIES (3rd ed. West Group 2007) (2nd ed. 2002; 1st ed. 2000).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

CRIMINAL LAW CASE STUDIES (West Group 4th ed. 2010) (1st ed. 2000). TEACHER'S MANUAL FOR CRIMINAL LAW CASE STUDIES (West Group 4th ed. 2010) (1st ed. 2000).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

CRIMINAL LAW CONVERSATIONS (editor, with Steve Garvey & Kim Ferzan) (Oxford 2009)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

CRIMINAL LAW DEFENSES, 2 vols. (West 1984)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

CRIMINAL LAW: CASE STUDIES & CONTROVERSIES (3d ed. Wolters Kluwer Law and Business 2012) (2d ed. Aspen 2008) (1st ed. 2005); TEACHER'S MANUAL FOR CRIMINAL LAW: CASE STUDIES & CONTROVERSIES (2d ed. Aspen 2008) (1st ed. 2005).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Can a Model Penal Code Second Save the States from Themselves?, 1 OHIO ST. J. CRIM. L. 169 (2003).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Causing the Conditions of One's Own Defense: A Study in the Limits of Theory in Criminal Law Doctrine, 71 VA. L. REV. 1 (1985).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Codifying Criminal Law: Do Modern Codes Have It Right?, 5 CANTERBURY L. REV. 312 (1993).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Comments on [Israeli] Proposal for Structuring Judicial Discretion in Sentencing, HUKIM – Israeli Journal on Legislation.
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Community Standards of Criminal Liability and the Insanity Defense, 19 LAW & HUM. BEHAV. 425 (1995) (with Daniel Bails, John Darley and Tracy Waxman).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Competing Conceptions of Modern Desert: Vengeful, Deontological, and Empirical 67 CAMBRIDGE L. J. 145-175 (2008)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Competing Conceptions of Modern Desert: Vengeful, Deontological, and Empirical, 67 CAMBRIDGE L.J. 145 (2008).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Competing Theories of Blackmail: An Empirical Research Critique of Criminal Law Theory, 89 TEX. L. REV. 291 (2010) (with Michael Cahill & Dan Bartels).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Concordance & Conflict in Intuitions of Justice, 91 MINN. L. REV. 1829 (2007) (with Robert Kurzban).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Crime, Punishment and Prevention, 142 THE PUBLIC INTEREST 61-71 (Winter 2001).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Criminal Justice in the Information Age: A Punishment Theory Paradox, 1 OHIO ST. J. CRIM. L. 683 (2004) (reprinted in LEGAL ASPECTS OF TECHNOLOGY (ICFAI: 2008)).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Criminal Law Scholarship: Three Illusions, 2 THEORETICAL INQUIRIES IN LAW 287 (2001).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Criminal Law as an Instrument of Behavioral Control: Should Deterrence Have a Role in the Formulation of Criminal Law Rules? (2002).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Criminal Liability for Omissions: A Brief Summary and Critique of the Law in the United States, 29 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. 101 (1984).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Criminalization Tensions: Empirical Desert, Changing Norms, and Rape Reform, in THE STRUCTURES OF THE CRIMINAL LAW 186 (Duff, Farmer, Marshall, Renzo, & Tadros, eds., 2011).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

DISTRIBUTIVE PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW: WHO SHOULD BE PUNISHED HOW MUCH? (Oxford 2008), also appearing in Spanish and Chinese.
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Desert, Crime Control, Disparity, and Units of Punishment, in A. Duff, et al. eds., PENAL THEORY AND PRACTICE: TRADITION AND INNOVATION IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 93-107 (Manchester Univ. Press 1994).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Dissenting View of Commissioner Paul H. Robinson to the Promulgation of Sentencing Guidelines by the United States Sentencing Commission, 52 Fed. Reg. 18121-18132 (1987); reprinted in 41 CRIMINAL LAW REPORTER 3174 (1987).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Dissenting View of Commissioner Paul H. Robinson to the Proposed Sentencing Guidelines for United States Courts, 52 Fed. Reg. 3986-3988 (1987); reprinted in 77 J. CRIM. L. & CRIMINOLOGY 1112-1125 (1987).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Does Criminal Law Deter? A Behavioral Science Investigation, 24 OXFORD J. LEGAL STUD. 173 (2004) (with John Darley). [Appendix]
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Empirical Desert, Individual Prevention, and Limiting Retributivism: A Reply (May 28, 2013), U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 13-19 (with Joshua Samuel Barton & Matthew J. Lister). (forthcoming)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Empirical Desert, in CRIMINAL LAW CONVERSATIONS 29-39, 61-66 (Robinson, Garvey & Ferzan, eds., 2009).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Extralegal Punishment Factors: A Study of Forgiveness, Hardship, Good-Deeds, Apology, Remorse, and Other Such Discretionary Factors in Assessing Criminal Punishment, 65 VAND. L. REV. 737 (2012).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

FINAL REPORT OF THE ILLINOIS CRIMINAL CODE REWRITE AND REFORM COMMISSION (State of Illinois 2003) (two volumes) (with staff).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

FINAL REPORT OF THE MALDIVES PENAL LAW & SENTENCING CODIFICATION PROJECT (Republic of Maldives 2006) (two volumes) (with University of Pennsylvania Law School's Criminal Law Research Group).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

FINAL REPORT OF THE PENNSYLVANIA CRIMINAL CODE GRADING STUDY (December 2009) (with University of Pennsylvania Law School's Criminal Law Research Group).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

FUNDAMENTALS OF CRIMINAL LAW (Little, Brown & Co., 2nd ed., 1995) (1st ed. 1988).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Fair Notice and Fair Adjudication: Two Kinds of Legality, 154 U. PA. L. REV. 335 (2005).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Final Report of the Republic of Maldives Penal Code Reform Project, (2006).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Four Distinctions that Glanville Williams Did Not Make: The Practical Benefits of Examining the Interrelation Among Criminal Law Doctrines, in THE SANCTITY OF LIFE AND THE CRIMINAL LAW: THE LEGACY OF GLANVILLE WILLIAMS (Dennis Baker ed., Cambridge University Press 2013).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Four Predictions for the Criminal Law of 2043, 19 RUTGERS L.J. 897 (1988).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Hate Crimes: Crimes of Motive, Character, or Group Terror?, ANN. SURV. AM. L. 605 (1993).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

How Psychology Has Changed the Punishment Theory Debate, LAW & PSYCHOL. (July 2006).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Hybrid Principles for the Distribution of Criminal Sanctions, 82 NW. U. L. REV. 19 (1987).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

INTUITIONS OF JUSTICE AND THE UTILITY OF DESERT (Oxford University Press, 2013).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Imputed Criminal Liability, 93 YALE L.J. 609 (1984); reprinted in A CRIMINAL LAW ANTHOLOGY, A. Loewy, ed., (1992).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

In Defense of the Model Penal Code: A Reply to Professor Fletcher, 2 BUFF. CRIM. L. REV. 25 (1998).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Incapacitation and Just Deserts as Motives for Punishment, 24 LAW AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR 659 (2000) (with John Darley and Kevin Carlsmith).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Intuitions of Justice: Implications for Criminal Law and Justice Policy, 81 S. CAL. L. REV. 1 (2007) (with John Darley).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

JUSTICE, LIABILITY, AND BLAME: COMMUNITY VIEWS AND THE CRIMINAL LAW, (Westview 1995) (with John Darley). [Download Here]
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Justice Can Never Come Too Late, THE WASHINTON POST, OP-ED., May 3, 2000, A-23.
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Justice: 1850s San Francisco and the California Gold Rush (March 20, 2014), in LIVING BEYOND THE LAW: LESSONS FROM PIRATES, PRISONERS, LEPERS, AND SURVIVORS (Rowman & Littlefield, forthcoming August 2014); U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 14-14 (with Sarah M. Robinson). (forthcoming 2014)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Justification Defenses in Situations of Unavoidable Uncertainty: A Reply to Professor Ferzan, 24 LAW & PHIL. 775 (2005).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

LAW WITHOUT JUSTICE: WHY CRIMINAL LAW DOESN’T GIVE PEOPLE WHAT THEY DESERVE (with Michael Cahill) (Oxford Univ. Press 2005).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Legality and Discretion in the Distribution of Criminal Sanctions, 25 HARV. J. ON LEGIS. 393 (1988).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Letter, Symposium on the Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Methods of Investigation of the General Security Service Regarding Hostile Terrorist Activity, 23 ISRAEL L. REV. 189 (1989).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Life Without Parole Under Modern Theories of Punishment, in LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE: AMERICA'S NEW DEATH PENALTY? (Austin Sarat & Charles Ogletree eds., NYU Press 2012).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Making Criminal Codes Functional: A Code of Conduct and a Code of Adjudication, 86 J. CRIM. L. & CRIMINOLOGY 304 (1996) (with Peter Greene & Natasha Goldstein).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Mens Rea, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CRIME AND JUSTICE 995 (2nd ed., 2002)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Mercy, Crime Control, and Moral credibility, in MERCIFUL JUDGMENTS IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY: LEGAL PROBLEMS, LEGAL POSSIBILITIES (Austin Sarat, ed., Cambridge University Press, 2011).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Model Penal Code, in THE NEW OXFORD COMPANION TO LAW, (Peter Cane & Joanne Conaghan, eds., Oxford 2008).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Moral Credibility and Crime, ATLANTIC MONTHLY 72-78 (March 1995).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Murder Mitigation in the Fifty-Two American Jurisdictions: A Case Study in Doctrinal Interrelation Analysis (April 8, 2014), U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 14-16. (forthcoming)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Natural Law and Lawlessness: Modern Lessons from Pirates, Lepers, Eskimos, and Survivors, 2013 U. ILL. L. REV. 433.
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Objective Versus Subjective Justification: A Case Study in Function and Form in Constructing a System of Criminal Law Theory, in CRIMINAL LAW CONVERSATIONS 343-353, 361-363 (Robinson, Garvey & Ferzan eds., 2009).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

One Perspective on Sentencing Reform in the United States, 8 CRIM. L.F. 1 (1997).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Parole Holds: Their Effects on the Rights of the Parolee and the Operation of the Parole System, 19 UCLA L. REV. 759 (1972).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Perceptions of Fairness and Justice: The Shared Aims and Occasional Conflicts of Legitimacy and Moral Credibility, 47 WAKE FOREST L. REV. 212 (2012).
Authors:  Josh Bowers and Paul H. Robinson

Prohibited Risks and Culpable Disregard or Inattentiveness: Challenge and Confusion in the Formulation of Risk-Creation Offenses, 4 THEORETICAL INQUIRIES IN LAW 367 (2003).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Proposal and Analysis of a Unitary System for Review of Criminal Judgments, 54 B.U. L. REV. 485 (1974).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Punishment: Drop City and the Utopian Communes, in LIVING BEYOND THE LAW: LESSONS FROM PIRATES, PRISONERS, LEPERS, AND SURVIVORS (Rowman & Littlefield, forthcoming August 2014); U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 14-13 (with Sarah M. Robinson). (forthcoming 2014)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

REPORT ON THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALDIVES: PROPOSALS FOR REFORM, prepared at the Request of the Attorney General of the Maldives, for the United Nations Development Program, (August 2004).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Realism, Punishment & Reform, 77 U. CHI. L. REV. 1611 (2010) (with Robert Kurzban, Penn Psych, and Owen Jones, Vanderbilt Law).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Reforming the Federal Criminal Code: A Top Ten List, in Symposium: Rethinking Federal Criminal Law, 1 BUFF. CRIM. L. REV. 225 (1997).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Report of U.S. and U.K. Delegation on the Criminal Theory of Anglo-American Law (with Michael Cahill & Andrew Simester) (2006) (in Chinese).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Report on Offense Grading in New Jersey (January 10, 2011) U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 11-03 (with Rebecca Levenson, Nicholas Feltham, Andrew Sperl, Kristen-Elise Brooks, Agatha Koprowski, Jessica Peake, Benjamin Probber, and Brian Trainor). (forthcoming 2011)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Restorative Processes & Doing Justice, 3 U. ST. THOMAS L. REV. 421 (2006).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Riot Responsibility, 66 N.Y. ST. BAR J. 6 (Jan. 1994).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Rules of Conduct and Principles of Adjudication, 57 U. CHI. L. REV. 729 (1990).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Sentencing Decisions: Matching the Decisionmaker to the Decision Nature, 105 COLUM. L. REV. 1124-1161 (2005) (with Barbara Spelman).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Should the Criminal Law Abandon the Actus Reus - Mens Rea Distinction?, in S. Shute, J. Gardner & J. Horder, eds., CRIMINAL LAW: ACTION, VALUE AND STRUCTURE 187-211 (Oxford 1993).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Some Doubts About Argument by Hypothetical, 88 CAL. L. REV. 813 (2000).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

State's Weird Law Skewed Au Pair Case, NEWSDAY, Nov. 17, 1997,.
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Structuring Criminal Codes to Perform Their Function, in Symposium: The Model Penal Code Revisited, 4 BUFF. CRIM. L. REV. 1 (2000).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Summary of the Structure of American Criminal Law, 23 TRIB. POL. SCI. & L. 98-111 (2005) in Chinese, translation by Prof. He Bing-song.
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Testing Competing Theories of Justification, 76 N.C. L. REV. 1095 (1998) (with John Darley).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Testing Lay Intuitions of Justice: How and Why? in Symposium: Is Justice Just Us? A Symposium on the Use of Social Science to Inform the Substantive Criminal Law, 28 HOFSTRA LAW REVIEW 611 (2000).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The A.L.I.'s Proposed Distributive Principle of "Limiting Retributivism": Does It Mean In Practice Anything Other Than Pure Desert?, 7 BUFF. CRIM. L. REV. 3 (2004).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Accelerating Degradation of American Criminal Codes, 56 HASTINGS L.J. 633 (2005) (with Michael T. Cahill).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The American Model Penal Code: A Brief Overview, 10 NEW CRIM. L. REV. 319 (2007) (with Marcus Dubber).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Bomb Thief and the Theory of Justification Defenses, 22(1) IYUNEI MISHPAT (law journal of the Tel Aviv University law faculty) (March 1998) (translated into Hebrew); reprinted in English 8 CRIM. L.F. 387 (1998).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Criminal - Civil Distinction and Dangerous Blameless Offenders, 83 J. CRIM. L. & CRIMINOLOGY 693 (1993).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Criminal - Civil Distinction and the Utility of Desert, in Symposium: The Intersection of Crime and Tort, 76 B.U. L. REV. 201 (1996).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Danger of Defending the Denny Acquittals, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, OP-ED., October 27, 1993, A23.
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Difficulties of Deterrence as a Distributive Principle, in CRIMINAL LAW CONVERSATIONS 105-116, 124-127 (Robinson, Garvey & Ferzan, eds., 2009)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Disutility of Injustice, 85 N.Y.U. L. REV. 1940 (2010) (with Geoff Goodwin, Penn Psych, and Michael Reisig, ASU Criminology).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Ex Ante Function of the Criminal Law, 35 LAW AND SOCIETY REVIEW 165 (2001) (with John Darley and Kevin Carlsmith).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Federal Sentencing Guidelines Ten Years Later: An Introduction and Comments, 91 NW. U. L. REV. 1231 (1997).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Five Worst (and Five Best) American Criminal Codes, 95 NW. U. L. REV. 1 (2000) (with Michael Cahill and Usman Mohammad).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Model Penal Code's Conceptual Error on the Nature of Proximate Cause, and How to Fix It (January 14, 2014), U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 14-3 (forthcoming)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Modern General Part: Three Illusions, in Stephen Shute & Andrew Simester (eds.), CRIMINAL LAW THEORY: DOCTRINES OF THE GENERAL PART, 75-102 (Oxford University Press 2002).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Modern Irrationalities of American Criminal Codes: An Empirical Study of Offense Grading, 100 J. CRIM. L. & CRIMINOLOGY 709 (2010) (with Thomas Gaeta, Matthew Majarian, Megan Schultz, & Douglas Weck).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Moral Vigilante and Her Cousins in the Shadows (November 22, 2013), U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 13-29. (forthcoming)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Ongoing Revolution in Punishment Theory: Doing Justice as Controlling Crime, 42 ARIZ. ST. L.J. 1089 (2010) (followed by scholarly commentaries).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Origins of Shared Intuitions of Justice (with Robert Kurzban and Owen Jones), 60 VAND. L. REV. 1633 (2007).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Proper Role of the Community in Determining Criminal Liability and Punishment (U. Pa. Pub. L. & Leg. Theory Res. Paper Series, No. 12-49, 2012)
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Role of Deterrence in the Formulation of Criminal Law Rules: At Its Worst When Doing Its Best, 91 GEO. L.J. 949 (2003) (with John Darley).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Role of Harm and Evil in Criminal Law: A Study in Legislative Deception?, 5 J. CONTEMP. LEGAL ISSUES 299 (1994).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Role of Moral Philosophers in the Competition Between Philosophical and Empirical Desert, Symposium Issue, 48 WM. & MARY L. REV. 1831 (2007).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Severity of Intermediate Penal Sanctions: A Psychophysical Scaling Approach for Obtaining Community Perceptions, 11 J. QUANTITATIVE CRIMINOLOGY 71 (1995) (with Robert Harlow & John Darley).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Structure of American Criminal Law: A Brief Summary of Its Central Parts, in He Bingsong (ed.), RESEARCH ON CRIMINAL LAW THEORY SYSTEMS (2004) (in Chinese).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

The Virtues of Restorative Processes, the Vices of "Restorative Justice", 1 UTAH L. REV. 375 (2003).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

United States, in STANFORD HANDBOOK OF COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL LAW (Markus D. Dubber & Kevin Jon Heller, eds., Stanford Univ. Press 2010).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

WOULD YOU CONVICT? 17 CASES THAT CHALLENGED THE LAW (NYU Press 1999).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Why Do We Punish? Deterrence and Just Deserts as Motives for Punishment, 83 JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 284 (2002) (with Kevin Carlsmith and John Darley).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson

Why Does the Criminal Law Care What the Lay Person Thinks is Just? Coercive vs. Normative Crime Control, 86 VA. L. REV. 1839 (2000).
Author:  Paul H. Robinson