Stephanie Garlock

Yale University, Law School

127 Wall Street

New Haven, CT 06511

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Money and Punishment, Circa 2020

Yale Law & Economics Research Paper Forthcoming
Number of pages: 336 Posted: 12 Oct 2020
Yale University - Law School, Arthur Liman Center for Public Interest LawHarvard University, Department of Government, Yale University - Law School, University of California, Berkeley - School of Law, Fines & Fees Justice Center, Yale University - Law School, Yale University, Law School and Yale University, Law School
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court debt, monetary sanctions, fines, fees, court assessments, legal financial obligations, economic injustice, poverty, race, gender, criminalization, driver’s licenses, courts, equal protection, due process, user fees, public finance

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Ability to Pay

Number of pages: 250 Posted: 03 Jun 2019
Yale University - Law School, Yale University - Law School, University at Buffalo Law School, Fines & Fees Justice Center, University of California, Berkeley - School of Law, Yale University, Law School, Students, Yale University, Law School, Students, Yale University, Law School and Yale University, Law School, Students
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court debt, court-based data sets, fines, fees, bail, court assessments, legal financial obligations, economic injustice, poverty, race, gender, criminalization, driver’s licenses, courts, data privacy, privatization, equal protection, due process, user fees, online dispute resolution, federal and s

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Toward a Demosprudence of Poverty

Duke Law Journal, Vol. 69, 2020, pp. 1473-1528
Number of pages: 56 Posted: 19 Jun 2020
Monica C. Bell, Stephanie Garlock and Alexander Nabavi-Noori
Yale University - Law School, Yale University, Law School and Government of the United States of America - Senate
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demosprudence, poverty, judges, courts, criminalization, fines, fees, due process, equal protection, social movements

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Collective Preclusion and Inaccessible Arbitration: Data, Non-Disclosure, and Public Knowledge

Lewis & Clark Law Review, Vol. 24, No. 2, 2020
Number of pages: 67 Posted: 04 Jun 2020
Judith Resnik, Stephanie Garlock and Annie Wang
Yale University - Law School, Yale University, Law School and Yale University, Law School, Students
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