Monday, May 24, 2004

Law Review Articles on Prison Labor

Here is a list of cites for law review articles on the topic of prison labor. I am checking on which ones are available on the internet for full text viewing. I will update this post with live links as I find them. Most reviews, unfortunately but understandably, allow full text viewing (if at all without getting a hardcopy) in return for a subscription - the realities of cost management. If you have access to Lexis-Nexis, you can get the full text of each.

Death and Dying in America: The Prison Industrial Complex's Impact on Women's Health. Cynthia Chandler. Copyright (c) 2003 The Regents of the University of California on behalf of Berkeley Women's Law Journal - 2003. 18 Berkeley Women's L.J. 40

Data Privacy: The Use of Prisoners for Processing Personal Information. Sandra T.M. Chong. Copyright (c) 1998 The Regents of the University of California. U.C. Davis Law Review. Fall, 1998. 32 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 201

One Nation's Gulag is Another Nation's Factory within a Fence: Prison-labor in the People's Republic of China and the United States of America. Jonathan M. Cowen. Copyright (c) 1993 Regents of the University of California. UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal. Fall, 1993. 12 UCLA PAC. BASIN L.J. 190

Watson V. Graves: Locked into Minimum Wage: Fair Labor and Standards Act Coverage of Prison Inmates. M.A. Cunningham. Copyright © Tulane University 1991. Tulane Law Review. June, 1991. 65 Tul. L. Rev. 1767

Making More Effective Use of Our Prisons Through Regimented Labor. Stefanie Evans. Copyright (c) 2000 Pepperdine University School of Law. Pepperdine Law Review. 2000. 27 Pepp. L. Rev. 521

Freeing Prisoners' Labor. Stephen P. Garvey. Copyright (c) 1998 The Board of Trustees of Leland Stanford Junior University. Stanford Law Review. January, 1998. 50 Stan. L. Rev. 339

The Chains may be Heavy, but they are not Cruel and Unusual: Examining the Constitutionality of the Reintroduced Chain Gang. Yale Glazer. Copyright (c) 1996 Hofstra Law Review. Hofstra Law Review. Summer, 1996. 24 Hofstra L. Rev. 1195

Prisoners as Entrepreneurs: Developing a Model for Prisoner-Run Industry. Sharon Goodman. Copyright © Trustees of Boston University 1982. Boston University Law Review. NOVEMBER, 1982. 62 B.U.L. Rev. 1163

Prison Labor. Brian Hauck. Copyright (c) 2000 President and Fellows of Harvard College. Harvard Journal on Legislation. Winter, 2000. 37 Harv. J. on Legis. 279

Survey of Developments in North Carolina Law and the Fourth Circuit, 1996: v. Prisoner's Rights: Limiting Relief for Injured Working Inmates: Richardson v. North Carolina Department of Correction and the Exclusive Remedy Provision. Justin B. Heineman. Copyright (c) 1997 North Carolina Law Review. North Carolina Law Review. September, 1997. 75 N.C.L. Rev. 2428

Rattling Chains and Smashing Rocks: Testing the Boundaries of the Eighth Amendment. Sander Jacobowitz. Copyright (c) 1997 Rutgers School of Law - Camden. Rutgers Law Journal. Winter, 1997. 28 Rutgers L. J. 519

The Search for a Workable Standard for When Fair Labor Standards Act Coverage Should Be Extended to Prisoner Workers. Matthew J. Lang. Copyright (c) 2002 The Trustee of the University of Pennsylvania. Journal of Labor & Employment Law. Fall, 2002. 5 U. Pa. J. Lab. & Emp. L. 191

Making Prisons Work. Lisa C. Phelan. Copyright (c) 1997 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review. Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review. June, 1997. 30 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 1789

Prison Employment: A Long-Term Solution to the Overcrowding Crisis. Kerry L. Pyle. Copyright (c) Trustees of Boston University 1997. Boston University Law Review. February, 1997. 77 B.U.L. Rev. 151

The Prison Industrial Complex: A Modern Justification for African Enslavement? Chris Weaver and Will Purcell. Copyright (c) 1998 Howard Law Journal. Winter, 1998. 41 How. L.J. 349

Prisoners and the FLSA: Can the American Taxpayer Afford Ectending Prison Inmates the Federal Minimum Wage? Alexander B. Wellen. Copyright (c) 1994 Temple University of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education. Temple Law Review. Spring, 1994. 67 Temple L. Rev. 295


Anonymous said...

Outstanding! Damn shame yah gotta go to the law library for the article if you can find it.

Wondering if there is any case law you have found on prison labor specifically on the fact that a Prisoner can work for 20 years and stillhave zero in their social security account.

Tkae care speak with you soon.

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Digger Jone

Kim said...

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