Faculty Publications

          Aaron J. Rappaport

          Journal Articles

          • On the Conceptual Confusions of Jurisprudence, 7 Wash. U. Juris. Rev. 77 (2014). URL
          • Realigning California Corrections, 25 Fed. Sent. R. 207 (2013). URL
          • Litigation Over Prison Medical Services, 7 Hastings Race & Poverty L.J. 261 (2010). FULLTEXT
          • Sentencing Reform in California, 7 Hastings Race & Poverty L.J. 285 (2010). FULLTEXT
          • State of Emergency: California's Correctional Crisis, 22 Fed. Sent. R. 133 (2010) (with Kara Dansky). FULLTEXT
          • The Logic of Legal Theory: Reflections on the Purpose and Methodology of Jurisprudence, 73 Miss. L.J. 559 (2004). FULLTEXT SSRN
          • What the Supreme Court Should Do: Save Sentencing Reform, Gut the Guidelines, 17 Fed. Sent. R. 46 (2004). FULLTEXT
          • Accomplishing the Purposes of Sentencing—The Role of the Courts and the Commission, 15 Fed. Sent. R. 179 (2003). FULLTEXT
          • Rationalizing the Commission: The Philosophical Premises of the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines, 52 Emory L.J. 557 (2003) (summarized at 15 Fed. Sent. R. 213 (2003)). FULLTEXT
          • Unprincipled Punishment: The U.S. Sentencing Commission's Troubling Silence About the Purposes of Punishment, 6 Buff. Crim. L. Rev. 1043 (2003). FULLTEXT
          • Beyond Personhood and Autonomy: Moral Theory and the Premises of Privacy, 2001 Utah L. Rev. 441 (2001). FULLTEXT
          • Speaking of Purposes, 12 Fed. Sent. R. 95 (1999). FULLTEXT
          • The State of Severity, 12 Fed. Sent. R. 3 (1999). FULLTEXT
          • Sentencing in England: The Rise of Populist Punishment, 10 Fed. Sent. R. 247 (1998). FULLTEXT
          • Criminal History and the Purposes of Sentencing, 9 Fed. Sent. R. 184 (1997). FULLTEXT
          • The Intertwined Problems of Immigration and Sentencing, 8 Fed. Sent. R. 252 (1996) (with Nora Demleitner & Daniel J. Freed). FULLTEXT
          • Guideline Developments in the First Circuit: The Two Faces of Appellate Review, 5 Fed. Sent. R. 267 (1993). FULLTEXT
          • Reviewing Departures: The First Circuit's New Rivera Rule, 6 Fed. Sent. R. 43 (1993). FULLTEXT
          Chapters In Books

          • Homeland Security and the Inmate Population: The Risk and Reality of Islamic Radicalization in Prison, in Special Needs Offenders in Correctional Institutions 431 (Lior Gideon ed., Sage Publications 2012) (with Tinka Veldhuis & Amos Guiora). AMAZON URL