Fred Cohen, "Isolation in Penal Settings: The Isolation-Restraint Paradigm" (2006) 22 Wash UJL
& Pol'y 295 at 299-300 (explaining generally that while disciplinary segregation tends to have time limits, corrections officials can reclassify disciplinary segregation prisoners as "administrative" if there is a desire to extend the isolation).
Nancy Cook, "Looking for Justice on a Two-Way Street'(2006) 20 Wash UJL
& Pol'y at 189 [Cook].
11) See John Borrows, who noted the "long history of recognition of indigenous legal traditions by those who encountered these societies": John Borrows, "Indigenous Legal Traditions in Canada" (2005) 19 Wash UJL
& Poly 167 at 178 [citation omitted].
For just two examples, see Craig Haney, "Mental Health Issues in Long-Term Solitary and 'Supermax' Confinement" (2003) 49 Crime & Delin'cy 124; Stuart Grassian, "Psychiatric Effects of Solitary Confinement" (2006) 22 Wash UJL
& Pol'y 325.
For a discussion of this development see, Timothy Zick, "Property, Place, and Public Discourse" (2006) 21 Wash UJL
& Pol'y 173 at 181-82.
See also Kimberly D Krawiec, "The Dark Side of Commodification Critiques: Politics and Elitism in Standardized Testing" (2011) 35 Wash UJL
& Pol'y 349 (where she discusses different conceptions of commodification in the literature and responds to Silbaugh, supra note 108).
On the federal regime's limited successes, see Peter E Mahoney, "The End(s) of Disparate Impact: Doctrinal Reconstruction, Fair Housing and Lending Law, and the Antidiscrimination Principle" (1998) 47:2 Emory LJ 409; Charles E Daye, "Whither 'Fair' Housing: Meditations on Wrong Paradigms, Ambivalent Answers, and a Legislative Proposal" (2000) 3 Wash UJL
& Pol'y 241.