Hessick Publishes “Procedural Rights at Sentencing” in Notre Dame Law Review

Professor Andy Hessick publishes paper titled “Procedural Rights at Sentencing” on June 14, 2014. Notre Dame Law Review, Vol. 90, 2014 Forthcoming University of Utah College of Law Research Paper, No. 80 Abstract:  In determining which constitutional procedural rights apply at sentencing, courts have distinguished between mandatory and discretionary sentencing systems. For mandatory systems ― […]

Hessick Publishes “Cases, Controversies, and Diversity” in Northwestern University Law Review

Professor Andy Hessick publishes paper titled “Cases, Controversies, and Diversity” on February 24, 2014. Northwestern University Law Review, Forthcoming University of Utah College of Law Research Paper No. 60 Abstract: Article III’s diversity jurisdiction provisions extend the federal judicial power to state-law controversies between different states or nations and their respective citizens. When exercising diversity […]

Law Review Symposium: Governing the United States in 2020

S.J.Quinney College of Law, Sutherland Moot Courtroom The United States government seems to be in a continual state of dysfunction. Gridlock grips Congress, the Executive Branch fills in the void of congressional lawmaking by acting unilaterally, the judiciary struggles with whether and how to involve itself in this state of affairs, and the States and […]