Punishment, organizations, reform and social change
Clayton B. Drummond is a third-year doctoral student in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason University and currently serves as a Graduate Teaching Assistant to Dr. Charlotte Gill's CRIM 517 class and as a Graduate Research Assistant under Dr. Sue-Ming Yang.
Clayton's research focuses on reform and change related to punishment and organizations. Currently, he is researching collective action and reform surrounding extreme punishment (i.e., life without parole sentences and capital punishment). Clayton also works as a Graduate Lecturer and serves as an Editor for the Innocence Research Workshop with Dr. Robert J. Norris and colleagues.
Bonventre, C.L., Drummond, C.B., & Norris, R.J. Behavioral ethics and wrongful convictions: Case studies in forensic misconduct. Manuscript in preparation.
Drummond, C.B. Official misconduct and wrongful convictions: Analyzing misconduct statutes in the United States. Manuscript in preparation.
Drummond, C. B., & Mills, M. N. (2020). Addressing Official Misconduct: Increasing Accountability in Reducing Wrongful Convictions. The Wrongful Conviction Law Review, 1(3), 270-290.
CLS Graduate Student Travel Award. George Mason University, 2022
CLS Doctoral Student Summer Scholarship. George Mason University, 2022
CLS Graduate Student Travel Award. George Mason University, 2021
CLS Doctoral Student Summer Scholarship. George Mason University, 2021
CLS Graduate Research Fellowship. George Mason University, 2020
CRIM 517 - Research Practicum in Justice Policy and Practice (Fall 2022; TA)
CRIM 408 - Criminal Courts (Summer 2022)
CRIM 495 - Violence (Spring 2022; TA)
CRIM 495 - Inequality in the Criminal Justice System (Fall 2021; TA)
M.A. in Criminology, University of West Georgia
B.S. in Criminology, University of West Georgia
Drummond, C.B. & Norris, R.J. Illinois, Innocence, and the Decline of the Death Penalty. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, November 2022.
Drummond, C.B. & Shammi, S.H. Prosecutorial Discretionary Power through the Lens of Institutional Logics and Legal Endogeneity Theory. Mason Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference. George Mason University, 2022.
Drummond, C.B., Bonventre, C.L. & Norris, R.J. Behavioral Ethics and Wrongful Convictions: Case Studies in Ethical Failures in Forensic Science. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, November 2021.
Drummond, C.B. & Mills, M.N. Addressing Official Misconduct: Increasing Accountability to Reduce Wrongful Convictions. Southern Criminal Justice Association Virtual Research Showcase (Lightning Talks), September 2020.