Latest Issue

Volume 13, Issue 1 (Summer 2018)

Comment

Rethinking Title VII’s Protections Against Sex Discrimination in an Employment Context: Hively v. Ivy Tech Cmty. Coll., 853 F.3d 339 (7th Cir. 2017)
Tyler Corcoran

Articles

Now is the Winter of Ginsburg’s Dissent: Unifying the Circuit Split as to Preliminary Injunctions and Establishing a Sliding Scale Test
Taylor Payne

Tennessee’s Death Penalty Lottery
Bradley A. MacLean and H. E. Miller, Jr.

Appendices

App. 1: Report on Survey of Tennessee First Degree Murder Cases and Capital Cases During the 40-Year Period From July 1, 1977, to June 30, 2017
H. E. Miller, Jr.

App. 2: Tennessee Trials in Which Death Sentences Were Imposed During the Period 7/1/1977 Through 6/30/2017

App. 3: List of Tennessee Capital Cases Granted Relief on Grounds of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel During the 40-Year Period 7/1/1977–6/30/2017

App. 4: Chart of Sixth Circuit Voting in Tennessee Capital Habeas Cases

App. A: Tennessee Adult Defendant with Sustained First Degree Murder Convictions (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) With Rule 12 Reports Excel

App. B: Tennessee Sustained Adult First Degree Murder Convictions (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) With NO Rule 12 Reports Excel

App. C: Juvenile Defendants Convicted of First Degree Murder (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) With Rule 12 Reports Excel

App. D: Juvenile Defendants Convicted of First Degree Murder (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) With NO Rule 12 Reports Excel

App. E: Adult and Juvenile Defendants With Sustained First Degree Murder by Grand Division County During Period of July 1, 1977, to June 30, 2017 Excel

App. F: Adult Defendants Convicted of Sustained First Degree Murder Convictions (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) By Grand Division, County, Rule 12 or NO Rule 12 Report Excel

App. G: Defendants With Sustained First Degree Murder Convictions of Multiple Victims With Number and Age of Victims (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) Plus Rule 12 Report Filed (Yes/No) Excel

App. H: Trials in Which Death Sentences Were Imposed During the Period of 7/1/1977-6/30/2017 Word

News

Cited in The Intercept and Nashville Scene

Tennessee’s Death Penalty Lottery by Bradley A. MacLean and H. E. Miller, Jr. (published in Volume 13, Issue 1, Summer 2018) was recently cited in The Intercept and Nashville Scene. The Intercept is a National Magazine Award-winning online news publication. Nashville Scene is a weekly newspaper, published online and in print.