Prison Law Blog

Sara Mayeux

Sunday Reading, and a Programming Note

with 4 comments

Here’s a roundup of some recent scholarship and online commentary about prison-related issues:

Also, via Doug Berman, I noticed that the Yale Law Journal is running a prison law writing contest. If you are or have been in prison or jail, you may be eligible to enter.

A programming note: the blog has been slow this spring. This has been my way of “winding down.” I’ll actually be moving on to some new endeavors soon where for various reasons I won’t be able to blog, so I will be putting the blog on indefinite hiatus as of June 2012. I will leave the site up for archival purposes as long as WordPress will have it.


Written by sara

May 6, 2012 at 9:27 am

Posted in Friday Roundups

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  1. Sara, I am so sorry you will leave the blog. Your work is good and valuable. You will be sorely missed. Thank you ever so kindly for all you have contributed.

    Keep on keepin’ on; and, please keep my name on your list, should you wish to begin again.

    Steve Swimmer.


    May 7, 2012 at 2:27 am

  2. Reblogged this on Exploring Prison Librarianship and commented:
    I’m taking the week off for self-care after finishing my first year of my program (yea!). I’ve bookmarked this post, so I though I would share. Here is the Prison Law blog’s post on some Sunday readings. I’m looking forward to being able to read some of these for sure!

  3. thanks for all of your efforts here and looking forward to seeing what comes next


    June 4, 2012 at 5:14 am

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