Tamara Rice Lave
Associate Professor of Law
Fellow, Institute for Legal Research, UC-Berkeley
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
M.A., University of California, Berkeley
J.D., Stanford Law School
B.A., Haverford College
Tamara Rice Lave, Shoot to Kill: A Critical Look at Stand Your Ground Laws, 67 U. Miami Law Review (2013).
Tamara Rice Lave, Protecting Elites: An Alternative Take on how United States v Jones Fits into the Court's Technology Jurisprudence, North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology (Symposium Issue on United States v Jones, Forthcoming)
Tamara Rice Lave and Justin McCrary, Do Sexually Violent Predator Laws Violate Double Jeopardy and Substantive Due Process: An Empirical Inquiry, Brooklyn Law Review (Spring 2013, Forthcoming).
Tamara Rice Lave and Aviva Orenstein, Empirical Fallacies of Evidence Law: A Critical Look at the Admission of Prior Sex Crimes, University of Cincinnati Law Review (Forthcoming)
Tamara Rice Lave, Throwing Away the Key: Has the Adam Walsh Act Lowered the Threshold for Sexually Violent Predator Commitments Too Far? 14 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law (2011).
Tamara Rice Lave, Thinking Critically About How To Address Violence Against Women, 65 Miami Law Review (2011).
Tamara Rice Lave, Controlling Sexually Violent Predators: Continued Incarceration at what Cost? 14.2 New Criminal Law Review (2011).
Tamara Rice Lave, Inevitable Recidivism - The Birth and Centrality of an Urban Legend, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry (2011).
Tamara Rice Lave, Only Yesterday: The Rise and Fall of Twentieth Century Sexual Psychopath Laws, 69 Louisiana Law Review (2009).
Tamara Rice Lave, Breaking the Cycle of Despair: Street Children in Guatemala City, 27 Columbia Journal of Human Rights, (1995).
Tamara Rice Lave, A Nation at Prayer, A Nation in Hate: Apartheid in South Africa, 30 Stanford Journal of International Law (1994).
Howard H. Goldman, Andrew E. Skodol and Tamara R. Lave, Revising Axis V for DSM-IV: A Review of Measures of Social Functioning, 149 The American Journal of Psychiatry 1148 (1992); (Reprinted) DSM-IV Sourcebook. (1997) American Psychiatric Association Staff, American Psychiatric Association, Chapter 30.
Tamara R. Lave and Lester B. Lave, Public Perception of the Risk of Floods: Implications for Communication, 11 Risk Analysis 255 (1991).
Privacy, Poverty, and People Like Us: Rethinking the Fourth Amendment after U.S. v. Jones
(Mis)Educating the Public about Sex Offenders: The Government as Mythmaker
The Iconic Child Molester: What We Believe and Why We Believe It.
Contracts, Consequences, and Conflicting Duties: Why We May Lie to the Murderer at the Door. (Draft available on request)
Tamara Rice Lave, The Runner's Witness: Let's Get America Running: An Open Letter to President Obama, Running Times Magazine, May 2009. Available by clicking here
Tamara Rice Lave, The Runner's Witness: Drugs on the Track: An Athlete/Lawyer's Take on Drugs in our Sport, Running Times, October 2008. Available by clicking here
Tamara Rice Lave, Wearing the Flag: What Does It Mean to Be an American, Running Times, November 2008. Available by clicking here
Tamara Rice Lave, My Turn Column: Equal Before the Law, Newsweek, July 13, 1998. Available by clicking here
(Reprinted) Los Angeles Daily Journal, Thursday, July 9, 1998 at 6.
(Reprinted) Kathleen T. McWhorter, The Writer's Express: A Paragraph and Essay Text with Readings (2000) at 51Publications
07-15-13 and 07-16-13
Professor Tamara Rice Lave in "The Next Three Trials of George Zimmerman" in The Atlantic Wire, in "Florida's 'stand your ground' law in spotlight after trial" on MSN News, and in "Stand Your Ground Laws Under Scrutiny Post-Zimmerman Verdict" on GPB News, on NPR, and in "Stand Your Ground And The Zimmerman Defense" on Media Matters for America.
Professor Tamara Rice Lave in "Civil Case Against Zimmerman In Florida Has Little Chance Of Success"... in BuzzFeed Politics, on "After the Verdict: a WLRN Special Report" on WLRN, in "Feds Weigh Charging Zimmerman in Killing" in The Wall Street Journal, on New England Public Radio, and in "In Zimmerman Case, Self-Defense Was Hard to Topple" in The New York Times.