Criminal Law Research
Race Statistics, Disparate Impact Analysis and the Economic Disenfranchisement of Minority Ex-Offenders, 4 RACE & SOC'Y 177 (2001).
Predicting Securities Fraud Settlements and Amounts: A Hierarchical Bayesian Model of Federal Securities Class Action Lawsuits, 9 J. EMPIRICAL L. STUD. 482 (2012) (with Blakely McShane, Oliver Watson & Sean Griffith).
The Justification of Punishment, in THE ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO PHILOSOPHY OF LAW 141 (Andrei Marmor ed., Routledge 2012).
Plea Bargaining's Role in Wrongful Convictions, in EXAMINING WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS: STEPPING BACK, MOVING FORWARD (Allison D. Redlich et al. eds., Carolina Academic Press, 2014).
Neuroprediction, Violence, and the Law: Setting the Stage, 5 NEUROETHICS 67 (2012) (with Thomas Nadelhoffer, Scott Grafton, Kent A. Kiehl, Andrew Mansfield, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong & Michael Gazzaniga).
Reframing Positive Complementarity: Reflections on the First Decade and Insights from the US Federal Criminal Justice System, in THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND COMPLEMENTARITY: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE, (C. Stahn & M. Al Zeidy, eds., Oxford Univ. Press 2011).
Implementing a Policy of Positive Complementarity in the Rome System of Justice, 19 CRIM. L.F. 59 (2008).
The Domestic Influence of International Criminal Tribunals: The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the Creation of the State Court of Bosnia & Herzegovina, 46 COLUM. J. TRANSNAT’L L. 279 (2008).
Beyond the Special Part in PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF CRIMINAL LAW (R.A. Duff & Stuart Green, eds., forthcoming Oxford University Press 2010)(with Larry Alexander).
Justification & Excuse, in OXFORD HANDBOOK OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF CRIMINAL LAW (David Dolinko & John Deigh, eds., forthcoming Oxford University Press 2010).
CRIME AND CULPABILITY: A THEORY OF CRIMINAL LAW (Cambridge University Press 2009)(co-authored with Larry Alexander and Stephen Morse).
CRIMINAL LAW CONVERSATIONS (Oxford University Press 2009) (co-edited with Paul Robinson & Stephen Garvey).
Vindicating the Rule of Law: Prosecuting Free Riders on Human Rights, in WHEN GOVERNMENTS BREAK THE LAW: THE RULE OF LAW AND THE PROSECUTION OF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION (Austin Sarat and Nasser Hussein, eds. 2010).
Two Models of Murder: Patterns of Criminalization in the United States, in HOMICIDE LAW IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE (Jeremy Horder and David Hughes, eds. 2007).
CONVICTIONS: MORMON POLYGAMY AND CRIMINAL LAW ENFORCEMENT IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY UTAH (with Kathryn Daynes, co-author, Univ. Illinois Press)
Legitimating Criminal Justice
WHY THE LAW IS SO PERVERSE (Univ. of Chicago Press, 2011).
Justification and Harm in Negligence, 4 THEORETICAL INQUIRY L. 397 (2003).
Duress, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE (MacMillan Press 2002).
RACE, CRIME, AND THE LAW (Pantheon 1997).
COMPUTER CRIME LAW (West Publishers 2d. ed. 2009).
MODERN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, BASIC CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, AND ADVANCED CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (with Kamisar, LaFave, Israel & King) (12th ed. 2008).
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (6-volume treatise) (with LaFave, Israel, & King) (3d ed. 2007).
Police, Prisons, and Crime (with Alexander Tabarrok), in HANDBOOK ON THE ECONOMICS OF CRIME (Bruce l. Benson and Paul R. Zimmerman, eds., 2012).
Mobile Phones and Crime Deterrence: An Underappreciated Link, in RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON THE ECONOMICS OF CRIMINAL LAW 243 (Alon Harel & Keith N. Hylton eds., Elgar: 2012). (with John MacDonald & Thomas Stratman)
Terrorism (with Nuno Garoupa and Francesco Parisi), in CRIMINAL LAW AND ECONOMICS (Nuno Garoupa, ed., 2d ed., Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009).
Will Penal Populism in Japan Decline?: A Discussion, 33 JAPANESE J. SOC. CRIM. 122 (2008).
The Politics of Increasing Punitiveness and the Rising Populism in Japanese Criminal Justice Policies, in PUNISHMENT AND SOCIETY, (2008).
Law and Neuroscience: Recommendations Submitted to the President's Bioethics Commission, 1 J. L. & BIOSCI. 224 (2014). (with Owen D. Jones, Richrd J. Bonnie, B. J. Casey, Andre Davis, David L. Faigman, Morris B. Hoffman, Read Montague, Marcus E. Raichie, Jennifer A. Richeson, Elizabeth S. Scott, Laurence Steinberg, Kim A. Taylor-Thompson, Anthony D. Wagner, Gideon Yaffe)
Common Criminal Law Compatibilism, in NEUROSCIENCE AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY (Nicole A. Vincent ed. 2013).
Neuroimaging Evidence in Law: A Plea for Modesty and Relevance, in NEUROIMAGING IN FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY: FROM THE CLINIC TO THE COURTROOM 341 (Joseph R. Simpson ed., Wiley-Blackwell, 2012).
Evaluation of Criminal Responsibility, in HANDBOOK OF PSYCHOLOGY VOLUME 11: FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY 440 (Irving B. Weiner & Randy K. Otto, eds., 2012) (with Alan M. Goldstein and Ira K. Packer).
Addiction and Criminal Responsibility, in ADDICTION AND RESPONSIBILITY 159 (Jeffrey Poland & George Graham eds., 2011)
The Status of NeuroLaw: A Plea for Current Modesty and Future Cautious Optimism, 39 J. PSYCHIATRY & L. 595 (2011).
CRIME AND CULPABILITY: A THEORY OF CRIMINAL LAW (2009) (contributing author, with Larry Alexander & Kimberly Kessler Ferzan).
Against Control Tests for Criminal Responsibility, in CRIMINAL LAW CONVERSATIONS (Paul H. Robinson et al., eds., 2009).
Race, Gender, and the Conflation of Biological and Social Issues, 9 DUBOIS REV. 235 (2012) (book review).
Punishment: Drop City and the Utopian Communes, in PIRATES, PRISONERS, AND LEPERS: LESSONS FROM LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW (Potomac Books, forthcoming 2015); U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 14-13 (with Sarah M. Robinson).
Justice: 1850s San Francisco and the California Gold Rush (March 20, 2014), in PIRATES, PRISONERS, AND LEPERS: LESSONS FROM LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW (Potomac Books, forthcoming 2015); U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 14-14 (with Sarah M. Robinson).
The Proper Role of the Community in Determining Criminal Liability and Punishment, in POPULAR PUNISHMENT: ON THE NORMATIVE SIGNIFICANCE OF PUBLIC OPINION (Jesper Ryberg and Julian A. Roberts eds., Oxford University Press 2014).
The American Criminal Code: General Defenses (Mar. 15, 2015), U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 14-28, __ J. LEGAL ANALYSIS __ (with Matthew Kussmaul, Camber Stoddard, Ilya Rudyak, and Andreas Kuersten)
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).
INTUITIONS OF JUSTICE AND THE UTILITY OF DESERT (Oxford University Press, 2013).
CRIMINAL LAW (2d ed. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business 2012) (with Michael T. Cahill) (1st ed. Aspen 1997).
Comments on [Israeli] Proposal for Structuring Judicial Discretion in Sentencing, HUKIM – Israeli Journal on Legislation.
CRIMINAL LAW CONVERSATIONS (editor, with Steve Garvey & Kim Ferzan) (Oxford 2009)
DISTRIBUTIVE PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW: WHO SHOULD BE PUNISHED HOW MUCH? (Oxford 2008), also appearing in Spanish and Chinese.
LAW WITHOUT JUSTICE: WHY CRIMINAL LAW DOESN’T GIVE PEOPLE WHAT THEY DESERVE (with Michael Cahill) (Oxford Univ. Press 2005).
THE LAW OF ARREST, SEARCH AND SEIZURE IN PENNSYLVANIA (Pennsylvania Bar Institute, 8th ed. 2014).
POLICE MISCONDUCT: LAW AND LITIGATION (3d ed., Clark Boardman Co. 2012) (with Michael Avery and Karen Blum).
Saucier v. Katz: Qualified Immunity as a Doctrine of Dilution of Constitutional Rights, in WE DISSENT: TALKING BACK TO THE REHNQUIST COURT: EIGHT CASES THAT SUBVERTED CIVIL LIBERTIES AND CIVIL RIGHTS (Michael Avery, ed. 2009).
CRIMINAL LAW IN PENNSYLVANIA (West Publ. Co. 2007) (with Leonard Sosnov).
The Long Term Impact of CAFRA: Expanding Access to Counsel and Encouraging Greater Use of Criminal Forfeiture, 14 FED. SENTENCING REP. 87 (2001).
Introduction: Appreciating Bill Stuntz (with Michael J. Klarman & Carol S. Steiker), in THE POLITICAL HEART OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: ESSAYS ON THEMES OF WILLIAM J. STUNTZ, Cambridge University Press, 2012 (co-editor with Michael J. Klarman & Carol S. Steiker).
Leo Strine Jr.