Professor Corey Rayburn Yung, of University of Kansas School of Law presented a working draft of his work Policing Rape. This work focuses on obstacles to true rape prosecution reform by examining recent cases and analyzing the hypothesized detrimental effects current cultural and police practices have on rape victims before they bring their claims to the courthouse.
From University of Kansas School of Law, "Corey Rayburn Yung joined the KU Law faculty as a visiting associate professor in the Fall 2011 semester and accepted a full-time position in June 2012. Before he arrived at KU, Yung was an associate professor for the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, with research focused on criminal law, sex crimes, and judicial decision-making."
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Yung, Corey Rayburn, "Policing Rape" (2015). Faculty Workshops.
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