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Topic - Bruce Green
More than three decades have passed since Bob Dylan brought the plight of boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter into the public consciousness: "Criminals in their coats and their ties are free to drink martinis and watch the sun rise while Rubin sits like Buddha in a 10-foot cell, an innocent man in a living hell."
"We think it's important once in a while to have fun, and to free the scholarly imagination," Green said. "Good scholarship and good teaching require it. ... It's a lens through which to look at the relationship between law, society and culture. We hope it leads some scholars to think things they haven't thought before."