In conjunction with the 23rd Annual Liman Colloquium held in the Fall of 2020, the Arthur Liman Center for Public Interest Law at Yale Law School, the Fines and Fees Justice Center and the Policy and Advocacy Clinic at UC Berkeley School of Law, co-edited a book of commentary and resources on the topic of money and punishment. This volume surveys the many misuses of money as punishment and the range and variety of efforts to undo the webs of fines, fees, assessments, charges, and surcharges state and local budgets have come to rely on. This is the 4th in a series of co-edited studies focused on money as sanctions.
You can access the complete book here.
Creator(s): Anna VanCleave, Brian Highsmith, Judith Resnik, Jeff Selbin, Lisa Foster