Articles by Oren Nimni

Both Cruel and Usual

A new book on criminal punishment exposes the responsibility of lawyers.


Reflections on Malcolm X

What we can learn from him and his legacy…


The Excuses of Larry Krasner

We can’t blindly trust people in power when they refuse to explain themselves…


The Fate of Gaza

An interview with Norman Finkelstein…


Quiz: You Be The Judge

An Examination of Juridical Aptitude



Defining Violence

The counterproductive consequences of calling every bad thing “violence”…


Fines and Fees Are Inherently Unjust

Fining people equally hurts some people far more than others, undermining the justifications of punishment…



Banning Smoking in Public Housing is Just Another Experiment on the Poor

A seemingly unobjectionable public health measure increases surveillance and criminalization…


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