1. Solitary Confinement, Prisoner Litigation, and the Possibility of a Prison Abolitionist Lawyering Ethic
  2. Debra Parkes
  3. pp. 165-185
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  1. Sentencing Ashley Smith: How Prison Conditions Relate to the Aims of Punishment
  2. Lisa Kerr
  3. pp. 187-207
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  1. It's Your Job to Save Me: The Union of Canadian Correctional Officers and the Death of Ashley Smith
  2. Gillian Balfour
  3. pp. 209-228
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  1. Intensifying the Incarceration of the Vulnerable Legal Subject: Correctional Treatment of Ashley Smith as a Source of Legal Norms
  2. Elspeth Kaiser-Derrick
  3. pp. 229-248
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  1. Ashley Smith and Incarcerated Young Women: Marginalized at Any Age
  2. Carla Cesaroni, Michele Peterson-Badali
  3. pp. 249-267
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  1. Appreciating Ashley: Learning About and From the Life and Death of Ashley Smith through Feminist Pedagogy
  2. Joanne Minaker
  3. pp. 291-306
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  1. Introduction: Law, Vulnerability, and Segregation: What Have We Learned from Ashley Smith's Carceral Death?
  2. Rebecca Bromwich, Jennifer M. Kilty
  3. pp. 157-164
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