Law and Justice
State and federal legislatures, and the courts themselves, have thrust the judicial branch into a growing number of controversial policy questions. Brookings experts examine how judges are selected, how they deal with other branches of government, and how they reach their decisions.
Can technology fix the criminal justice system?
December 2015, Jennifer L. Doleac
Body cameras and other high-tech tools have the potential to solve some of our trickiest public safety problems, but the jury is still out on whether they'll work.
Law and Justice
Law and Security
September 18, 2015, Russell Wheeler
June 18, 2015, Ashley Miller and Ted Piccone
June 10, 2015, Russell Wheeler
April 8, 2015, Harold Trinkunas
Blog Post | Lawfare
March 25, 2015, Jennifer R. Williams and Yishai Schwartz
March 12, 2015, Jennifer R. Williams and Yishai Schwartz
March 9, 2015, Kemal Kirişci and Melis Cengiz
Opinion | Forbes
June 9, 2014, John Villasenor
Opinion | The Daily Beast
June 3, 2014, Bruce Riedel
March 13, 2014, John Mukum Mbaku
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Senior Fellow, Governance Studies
Visiting Fellow, Governance Studies
Stuart S. Taylor, Jr.
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Governance Studies
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