NFAIR - Interviews & Reviews

New in Paperback, Jeremy Mikula, Chicago Tribune, 6/8/2016.

Exemplary Law Books of 2015, Cedric Merlin Powell, 2016 Green Bag Almanac & Reader 303.

The Genetic Panopticon, Brandon L. Garrett, Boston Review, 3/17/2016.

The Science of Injustice, David Caudill, The Christian Century, 3/11/2016.

The Crime Culture of Prison, Debbie Jacob, Trinidad and Tobago Newsday, 3/4/2016.

Making a Murderer: A Reading List On Our Broken Criminal Justice System, Matthew J. Hefti, Literary Hub, 3/3/2016.

Interview with Adam Benforado, Joy Maulitz, CalAppNews, Winter 2015.

The Enduring Lesson of Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mocking Bird,” Ana Swanson, Wonkblog, Washington Post, 2/19/2016.

True Crime On-Screen: Why Do We Love Shows Like American Crime Story and Making a Murderer So Much? Amy West, International Business Times, 2/16/2016.

Q&A: “Making a Murderer” and the Flaws in Our Criminal Justice System, Alex McKechnie, Drexel News Blog, 2/12/2016.

17 Books to Read If You Like “Making A Murderer” and Need More Thrills, Samantha Darby, Romper, 2/12/2016.

Why People Make False Confessions, Faye Flam, Chicago Tribune, 2/10/2016.

The Psychology of False Confessions, Social Psych Online, 1/12/2016.

10 Books to Read After Watching “Making a Murderer,” Liberty Hardy, Book Riot, 1/11/2016.

Heleo’s Best Books of 2015, Heleo, 12/23/2015.

Experts Tell Us: What Were the Best Books of 2015? (link to video) PBS NewsHour, 12/23/2015.

Murder, Politics, Sports, Love—The Perfect Gift!  It’s Never Too Late to Give a Book.  Here’s My 2015 List, Bob Sullivan, 12/23/2015.

My Ten Favorite Books of the Year, Daniel H. Pink Newsletter, 12/17/2015.

American Forum, PBS, 12/16/2015.

Our Favorite Books of 2015, Greater Good, 12/15/2015.

Book Reviews: Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice, Elizabeth Kelley, The Federal Lawyer, 12/2015.

Review of Unfair, S. E. Blankenship, CHOICE, 11/2015.

A Bitter Bowl of Serial: A Look At Our Criminal Injustice System, Brooke Simone, Slant, 10/30/2015.

Book Discussion on Unfair, C-SPAN2, 10/24/2015.

Unfair Forces Affecting US Legal System, Assia Awad, Djofbladet, 10/21/2015.

A Public Affair, WORT, 10/20/2015.

The Joy Cardin Show, Wisconsin Public Radio, 10/1/2015.

How Bias Warps Criminal Justice, Jill Sutie, Greater Good, 9/22/2015.

The Marilu Henner Show, 9/1/2015.

Could Video Evidence Deceive Us? Danny Cevallos, CNN.com, 9/1/2015.

The Art of Persuasion, Sonny Bal, Lawrence H. Brenner, and Caroline Poma, Orthopedics Today, 8/2015.

Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice (Audiobook Review), Publishers Weekly, 8/31/2015.

Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice by Adam Benforado (Starred Review), Library Journal, 8/27/2015.

Unfair: The Science of Criminal Injustice (Book Review), Carina Giesen, The Inquisitive Mind, 8/26/2015.

Book Notes, Grand Forks Herald, 8/26/2015.

The Law Business Insider, 8/23/2015.

Cognitive Biases in Legal Decisions, Social Psych Online, 8/20/2015.

PoliticKING with Larry King, 8/21/2015.

Minnesota Public Radio News, 8/13/2015.

Stop Delivering Payback, Start Rehabilitating Criminals, NewsWorks, WHYY, 8/11/2015.

(Don’t) Speak, Memory, Christopher Moraff, Al Jazeera America, 8/9/2015.

The Bryan Callen Show, 8/8/2015.

How to Reform the Justice System, Alex Good, Waterloo Region Record, 8/8/2015.

The American Way of Punishment, Hank Reichman, The Academe Blog, 8/5/2015.

America’s Justice System Sure Doesn’t Know Much Science, Sarah Zhang, Wired, 8/3/2015.

Summer Beach Reads for Lawyers, Susan Kostal, California Lawyer, 7/2015.

The New Science of Criminal Injustice, Jeff Schechtman’s “Specific Gravity,” 7/28/2015.

There’s a Scientific Reason for Racism Built Into America’s Criminal Justice System, Kali Holloway, Salon, 7/23/2015 (originally published on Alternet).

Criminal Injustice and Avatars, Sherry F. Colb, Dorf on Law, 7/22/2015.

Unconscious Bias in the Justice System, Press Play with Madeleine Brand, KCRW, 7/22/2015.

AuthorChats, 7/21/2015.

The U.S. Court System Is Criminally Unjust, Ana Swanson, Wonkblog, Washington Post, 7/20/2015.

Delayed Trials for Fairer Outcomes? Sherry F. Colb, Justia, 7/16/2015.

“Unfair” Shows How Ordinary Human Failings Can Lead to Failures of Justice, Sarah Boslaugh, Pop Matters, 7/15/2015.

The Agony Column, KUSP, 7/14/2015.

Legal Theory Bookworm: “Unfair” by Benforado, Legal Theory Blog, 7/11/2015.

Criminal Justice Exposed, Politics Nation with Al Sharpton, 7/9/2015.

NPR’s Fresh Air, 7/6/2015.

Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice, San Francisco Book Review, 7/2/2015.

Independence from Injustice: A Look at Our Legal System with Adam Benforado and Bryan Stevenson, Harvesting Happiness, 7/1/2015.

Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice, Free Library Podcast, 6/30/2015.

Adam Benforado “Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice”: We Are the Problem, Rainbow Light, 6/30/2015.

Unfair: The Justice System is Broken, Can Science Fix It? New Scientist, 6/30/2015.

Adam Benforado: The New Science of Criminal Injustice, moderated by Judge LaDoris H. Cordell (ret), Commonwealth National Podcast, 6/24/2015.

New Book says Blame Humans for Legal Injustice, Not the System, KQED Arts, 6/23/2015.

Overnight America, CBS St. Louis, 6/23/2015.

How Psychology Can Help Make a Fairer Criminal Justice System, Radio Times, 6/22/2015.

Melissa Harris-Perry, 6/21/2015.

Unfair: 5 Books on the Failings of Our Legal System, Biographile 6/17/2015.

What Makes Criminal Justice Unfair, Jefferson Public Radio 6/17/2015.

Nalon, Malone & Kullik Morning Show, WMJI Radio 6/17/2015.

Book Chat, UMGA-TV, 6/17/2015.

Neuroscience May Be the Key to Reforming Our Criminal Justice System, Modern Notion (Podcast) 6/17/2015.

Objection: What Film Gets Wrong About Criminal Law, Word & Film 6/16/2015.

NPR's Weekend Edition with Scott Simon, 06/13/2015.

Selected Alumni Books, Harvard Law Today, 5/4/2015.

Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice (Starred Review), Library Journal, 4/15/2015.

Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice (Starred Review), Kirkus Reviews, 4/1/2015.

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