Mental Illness and the Criminal Law
Academic Publications by Michael Mullan
"How U.S. Society has Treated Those with Mental Illness" (2021) Volume 23, Issue 2, Richmond Public Interest Law Review.
"Sentencing Alternative to an Insanity Defense" (2021) Volume 19, Issue 2, Seattle Journal for Social Justice.
“How Should Mental Illness Be Relevant to Sentencing” (2019) Volume 88, Issue 3, Mississippi Law Journal.
"Guest Commentary: Supreme Court ruling on Kansas murder case will determine future of insanity defense" (2019) The Kansas City Star.
"Calls to Abolish the Insanity Defense"(2018) Georgetown National S.J.D. Roundtable.
"Interactions between the police and the mentally ill" (Forthcoming)
"Disability and Sexuality" (Forthcoming)
“Victimisation Experience for Victims with Disabilities: Tertiary Victimisation” (2015) 3 Sociolegal Review.
“Classism and the Irish Prison System: An Abolitionist Approach” (2015) Volume XXV, The Social and
“Outside Inside: Unique Concerns for LGBT Prisoners in Ireland”, Irish Postgraduate Criminology Conference (Dublin Institute of Technology 2015).
"Everything you wanted to know about Reasonable Accommodations and supporting students with disabilities but nobody bothered to tell you" (2013) Trinity College Dublin Disability Service & Disability Advisors Working Network.
Conference Paper: ‘”Tertiary Victimisation”– the Real Life Experiences of Victims with Disabilities in their Interaction with the Criminal Justice System’, Feb 15, 2014, Trinity College Law Student Colloquium.
6 June, 2015, Irish Society of Comparative Law Conference.