Sam Kamin

The Truth Hurts: A Response to George Brauchler and Rich Orman, co-authored with Justin Marceau, 94 Denver University Law Review 363 (2017).

Trademark Laundering, Useless Patents, and Other IP Challenges for the Marijuana Industry, co-authored with Viva Moffat, 73 Washington & Lee Law Review 217 (2016).

Marijuana Legalization in Colorado -- Lessons for Colombia, Journal Colombian Institute of Tax Law No. 75 (2016).

Legal Cannabis in the US: Not Whether But How?, UC Davis Law Review, forthcoming.

THE DEATH PENALTY IN A NUTSHELL, FIFTH EDITION, co-authored with with Victor Streib and Justin Marceau (Thomson/West Publishing 2016).

CASES AND MATERIALS ON THE DEATH PENALTY, FOURTH EDITION, co-authored with with Nina Rivkind, Steven Shatz, and Justin Marceau (Thomson/West Publishing 2016).

Remember Not to Forget Furman: A Response to Professor Smith, co-authored with Justin Marceau, Iowa Law Bulletin, forthcoming (2015).

The Battle of the Bulge: The Surprising Last Stand Against State Marijuana Legalization, 45(3) Publius: The Journal of Federalism 427 (summer 2015).

Cooperative Federalism and Marijuana Regulation, co-authored with Erwin Chemerinsky , Jolene Forman, Allen Hopper , 62 UCLA Law Review 1 (2015).

Double Reasonableness and the Fourth Amendment, co-authored with Justin Marceau, 68 University of Miami Law Review 3 (2014).

The Work of the Task Force to Implement Amendment 64: A Case Study, Denver University Law Review Online (2014).

Cooperative Federalism and State Marijuana Regulation, UCLA Law Review (forthcoming 2014).

Waking the Furman Giant, co-authored with Justin Marceau, UC Davis Law Review, Forthcoming.

Death Eligibility in Colorado: Many are Called, Few are Chosen, co-authored with Justin F. Marceau Wanda Foglia , 84 University of Colorado Law Review (2013).

Vicarious Aggravators, co-authored with Justin Marceau, 65 Fla. L. Rev. 769 (2013).

Medical Marijuana Lawyers: Outlaws or Crusaders?, co-authored with Eli Wald, 91 Oregon Law Review 3 (2013).

Colorado Capital Punishment: An Empirical Study, co-authored with Justin Marceau and Wanda Foglia, 84 Col. L. Rev. 1069 (2013).

Investigative Criminal Procedure: A Contemporary Approach, co-authored with Ricardo Bascuas, chapter in Investigative Criminal Procedure: A Contemporary Approach, 2nd edition (Thomson/West Publishing) (2013).

Lessons Learned from the Governor’s Task Force to Implement Amendment 64, 91 Oregon Law Review (2013).

Siegel’s Criminal Law Essay and Multiple Choice Questions and Answers, 5th edition (Wolters Kluwer (2013).

The Work of the Task Force to Implement Amendment 64, 90 Denver University Law Review Online (2013).

Duke Lacrosse, Prosecutorial Misconduct, and the Limits of the Civil Justice System, ch. in Institutional Failures: Duke Lacrosse, Universities, the News Media, and the Legal System (Ashgate Press 2011).

The Facts about Ring v. Arizona and the Jury’s Role in Capital Sentencing, co-authored with Justin Marceau, 13 Journal of Constituional Law 529 (2011).

How the Blogs Saved Law School: Why a Diversity of Voices Will Undermine the U.S. News & World Report Rankings, 81 Ind. L.J. 375 Indiana Law Journal Winter, 2006 Symposium: The Next Generation of Law School Rankings.

The Cultural Lives of Capital Punishment: Comparative Perspectives, Austin Sarat and Christian Boulanger, Eds. Stanford University Press (2005), 9(3) Punishment and Society 331 (2007).

Death Qualification and True Bifurcation: Building on the Massachusetts Governor's Council's Report, 80 Ind. L.J. 131 Indiana Law Journal Winter, 2005 Symposium Jeffrey J. Pokorak.

Symposium: Toward a Model Death Penalty Code: The Massachusetts Governor's Council Report, Panel Discussion, 80 Indiana Law Journal 91 (2005).

The Private is Public: The Relevance of Private Actors In Defining the Fourth Amendment, 46 B.C. L. Rev. 83 Boston College Law Review December, 2004 Article.

Amicus Curiae Brief of the California Public Defenders Association in Support of Respondent in Lockyer v. Andrade, 123 S.Ct. 1166 (2003).

Facts, Fallacies and the California Three Strikes, 40 Duq. L. Rev. 605 Duquesne Law Review Spring 2002 Rebuttal Franklin E. Zimring.

Harmless Error and the Rights/Remedies Split, 88 Va. L. Rev. 1 Virginia Law Review March 2002 Article.

Little Brothers are Watching You: The Importance of Private Actors in the Making of Fourth Amendment Law, 79 Denv. U. L. Rev. 517 Denver University Law Review 2002.

Punishment and Democracy: Three Strikes and You're Out in California, co-authored with Franklin E. Zimring and Gordon Hawkins (Oxford University Press, 2001).

Crime & Punishment in California: The Impact of Three Strikes and You're Out, co-authored with Franklin E. Zimring and Gordon Hawkins (Institute of Governmental Studies Press, 1999).

The Effect of "Three Strikes and You're Out" on the Courts: Looking Back to See the Future, In Three Strikes And You're Out: Vengeance As Public Policy (David Shichor & Dale K. Sechrest, eds., 1996) (with Malcolm Feeley).

Law and Technology: The Case for a Smart Gun Detector, 59-WTR Law & Contemp. Probs. 221 Law and Contemporary Problems Winter 1996 Kids, Guns, and Public Policy.

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