Joseph H. Cooper

Joseph H. Cooper was editorial counsel at The New Yorker from 1976 to 1996. In addition to his work at the prison (as part of a community college outreach), he teaches Media Law and Ethics at Quinnipiac University's Graduate School of Communications.

Bailout for Bankers? Indictments From Inmates Bailout for Bankers? Indictments From Inmates

Americans behind bars weigh in on the corporate crooks who continue to get away with their crimes.

Feb 24, 2009 / Feature / Joseph H. Cooper

Fathers and Sons Fathers and Sons

A teacher discovers that sixty years after its publication, Alan Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country still stirs deep emotions about fathers and errant sons.

Jun 12, 2008 / Feature / Joseph H. Cooper