Amanda J. Peters
"We know that the law is good if one uses it properly."
Areas of expertise: legal research and writing, and criminal law and procedure
Law Review Articles:
An Analysis of Texas Capital Sentencing Procedure: Is Texas Denying Its Capital Defendants Due Process by Keeping Jurors Uninformed of Parole Eligibility?, 29 Tex.Tech L. Rev. 1111 (1998).
Thirty-One Years in the Making: Why the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals' New Single-Method Approach to Lesser-Included Offense Analysis is a Step in the Right Direction, 60 Baylor L. Rev. 231 (2008)
The Meaning, Measure, and Misuse of Standards of Review, 13 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 233 (2009)
Lawyers Who Break the Law: What Congress Can Do to Prevent Mental Health Patient Advocates from Violating Federal Legislation, 89 Or. L. Rev. ___ (2010).
Moderator: Embezzlement, White Collar Practice for the Business Lawyer and In-house Counsel (Houston, South Texas College of Law, August 2008).
Teaching Standards of Review More Effectively: Giving Students Context Through Standard of Review Policy and History, 9th Annual Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, March 13-14, 2009.