"Teaching the Carceral Crisis: An Ethical and Pedagogical Imperative," demonstrates that although mass incarceration and mass conviction has increased in the United States, law school curricula has continued to lack any substantive discussion on these issues. The article highlights the need for law schools to improve their current curricula in order to prevent further stigmatization of criminal offenders and the continued increase of incarceration rates.
Taja-Nia Y. Henderson,
Teaching the Carceral Crisis: An Ethical and Pedagogical Imperative,
13 U. Md. L.J. Race Relig. Gender & Class
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