SSRN PublicationsBooks, including monographs and treatises
Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes and Guidelines (Wolters Kluwer/Aspen 3rd ed. 2013) (with Douglas Berman, Marc L. Miller, Ronald F. Wright)
Nora V. Demleitner, Douglas Berman, Marc L. Miller & Ronald F. Wright, Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes and Guidelines, 2nd ed. (Aspen 2007) (Supp. 2009).
Nora V. Demleitner, Douglas Berman, Marc L. Miller & Ronald F. Wright, Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes and Guidelines,1st ed. (Aspen 2004) (Supp. 2005).
Unique Disadvantages, Unique Needs: Native American Sex Offenders, in The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Legal and Ethical Aspects of Sex Offender Treatment and Management (Karen Harrison & Bernadette Rainey, eds.; Wiley-Blackwell: 2013)
Is there a More Just "Fortress Europe?: A Review of Engbersen and Leerkes in Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Policy: Policy Proposals from the American Society of Criminology Conference (Natasha Frost, Joshua Freilich & Todd R. Clear eds.) (Wadworth 2010).
U.S. Felon Disenfrachisement: Parting Ways with Western Europe in Criminal Disenfranchisement in an International Persective (Alec Ewald & Brandon Rottinghaus, eds.) (Cambridge University Press 2009)
A Vicious Cycle: Re-Sanctioning Offenders in Social Consequences (Christopher Mele & Teresa Miller, eds.) (Roultledge 2005).
The Law at Crossroads: The Construction of Migrant Women Trafficked Into Prostitution in Global Human Smuggling in Comparative Prospective (Rey Koslowski & David Kyle, eds.) (Johns Hopkins University Press 2001).
In Good Times and in Bad: Our Obligation to Protect "Mail-Order Brides" in Women's International Human Rights: A Reference Guide (3 vols., Dorean Koenig & Kelly Askin, eds.) (Transnational Press 2000).
Power, Perceptions and the Politics of Immigration and Welfare, in Immigration, Citizenship, and the Welfare State: Germany and the United States in Comparison (Hermann Kurthen, Jurgen Fijalkowski & Gerd Wagner eds., 1998).
Law Review Articles and other scholarly publications
Curricular Limitations, Cost Pressures, and Stratification in Legal Education: Are Bold Reforms in Short Supply? 44 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1014 (2014).
Human Dignity, Crime Prevention, and Mass Incarceration: A Meaningful, Practical Comparison Across Borders, 27 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 1 (2014).
The State, Parents, Schools, "Culture Wars", and Modern Technologies: Challenges under the U.N. Convention on the Rights of a Child, 62 Am. J. Com. L. Supp. 491 (2014).
Can and Should Human Rights Themes Impact Decision-making in a Law School? Reflections from the U.S. Perspective, International Association of Law Schools 2013 Annual Meeting Papers (Available at: ialsnet.org)
The Challenges to Legal Education in 1973 and 2012: An Introduction to the Anniversary Issue of the Hofstra Law Review, 40 Hofstra L. Rev. 639 (2012).
Replacing Incarceration: The Need for Dramatic Change, 22 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 1 (2009).
Good Conduct Time: How Much and For Whom? The Unprincipled Approach of the Model Penal Code, 61 Fla. L. Rev. 777 (2009).
Terms of Imprisonment: Treating the Noncitizen Offender Equally, 21 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 174 (2009).
Offenses Involving Immigration, Naturalization, and Passports: Model Sentencing Guidelines §§ 211, 212, 213, and 214, 18 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 351 (2006).
Where to Go From Here? The Roberts Court at the Crossroads of Sentencing, 18 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 221 (2005).
Smart Public Policy: Replacing Imprisonment with Targeted Nonprison Sentences and Collateral Sanctions, 58 Stan. L. Rev. 339 (2005).
Thwarting a New Start? Foreign Convictions, Sentencing and Collateral Sanctions, 36 Tol. L. Rev. 505 (2005).
Constitutional Challenges, Risk-Based Analysis and Criminal History Databases: More Demands on the U.S. Sentencing Commission, 17 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 159 (2005).
Misguided Prevention: The War on Terrorism as a War on Immigrant Offenders and Immigration Violators, 40 Crim. L.F. 550 (2004).
Risk Assessment: Promises and Pitfalls, 16 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 161 (2004).
AALS Panel - Mexico v. U.S.A. (Avena) - Crime and Immigration: Domestic, Regional and International Consequences, 5 German L.J. 393 (2004).
How Much Do Western Democracies Value Family and Marriage?: Immigration Law's Conflicted Answers, 32 Hofstra L. Rev. 273 (2003).
How Many Terrorists Are There? The Escalation in So-Called Terrorism Prosecutions, 16 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 28 (2003).
Abusing State Power or Controlling Risk?: Sex Offender Commitment and Sicherungverwahrung, 30 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1621 (2003).
Fifteen Years of Federal Guidelines Reviewed at the Yale Conference: What Would Success Mean?, 15 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 151 (Feb. 2003).
The Death Penalty in the United States: Following the European Lead, 81 Or. L. Rev.31 (2002).
Immigration Threats and Rewards: Effective Law Enforcement Tools in the "War" on Terrorism?, 51 Emory L.J. 1059 (2002).
Nora V. Demleitner & Jon M. Sands, Non-Citizen Offenders and Immigration Crimes: New Challenges in the Federal System, 14 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 247 (Mar./Apr. 2002)
"Collateral Damage": No Re-entry for Drug Offenders, 47 Vill. L. Rev. 1027(2002).
First Peoples, First Principles: The Sentencing Commission's Obligation to Reject False Images of Criminal Offenders, 87 Iowa L. Rev. 563 (2002).
Nora V. Demleitner and Jon M. Sands, Overlooked Areas of Federal Sentencing: Federal Enclaves, Indian Country, Transfer of U.S. Prisoners from Abroad, 13 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 67 (Sept./Oct. (2000).
Continuing Payment of One's Debt To Society: The German Model of Felon Disenfranchisement as an Alternative, 84 Minn. L. Rev. 753 (2000).
Stopping a Vicious Cycle: Release, Restrictions, Re-Offending, 12 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 243 (Mar./Apr. 2000).
Preventing Internal Exile: The Need for Restrictions on Collateral Sentencing Consequences, 11 Stan L. & Pol'y Rev. 153 (1999).
A New Start Calls for a Broadened Perspective, 12 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 92 (Sept./Oct. 1999).
Combating Legal Ethnocentrism: Comparative Law Sets Boundaries, 31 Ariz. St. L.J. 737 (1999).
Reforming Juvenile Sentencing, 11 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 243 (Mar./Apr. 1999).
Challenge, Opportunity and Risk: An Era of Change in Comparative Law, 46 Am. J. Comp. L. 647 (1998).
The Federalization of Crime and Sentencing, 11 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 123 (Nov./Dec. 1998).
Witness Protection in Criminal Cases: Anonymity, Disguise or Other Options, 46 Am. J. Comp. L. 641 (1998).
The Fallacy of Social "Citizenship" Or the Threat of Exclusion, 12 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 35 (1997).
Searching for a Solution: How to Punish, Restrain and Treat Sex Offenders, 10 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 59 (Sept./Oct. 1997).
Crime and Sentencing in Canada: Parallels and Differences, 9 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 232 (Mar./Apr. 1997).
A Response to Mathias Reimann: More, More, More But Real Comparative Law, 11 Tul. Eur. & Civ. L.F. 73 (1996).
A Fresh Look at Offender Characteristics, 9 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 124 (Nov./Dec. 1996).
Forced Prostitution: Naming an International Offense, 18 Fordham Int'l L.J. 163 (1994).
Organized Crime and Prohibition: What Difference Does Legalization Make?, 15 Whittier L. Rev. 613 (1994).
Is There a Future for Leniency in the U.S. Criminal Justice System?, 103 Mich. L. Rev. 1231 (2005) (reviewing James Q. Whitman, Harsh Justice: Criminal Punishment and the Widening Divide Between America and Europe (2003)).
More than "Just" Evidence: Reviewing Mirjan Damaska's Evidence Law Adrift, 47 Am. J. Comp. L. 515 (1999).