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Fall/Winter 2018 | Volume 102 Number 3 | Download PDF Version of Article

Features

Guidance on New Rule 23, Class Action Settlement Provisions
By The Bolch Judicial Institute

Clerking to Excess? The Case Against Second (and Third and Fourth) Clerkships
By Gregg Costa

Perceptions of Bias: Do Campaign Contributions Create Public Perceptions of Judicial Bias?
By Thomas E. Mcclure

Ghosting: The Courts’ Views on Ghostwriting Ethics are Wildly Divergent. It’s Time to Find Uniformity and Enhance Access to Justice
By Jona Goldschmidt

Judges and Stress: An Examination of Outcomes Predicted By The Model of Judicial Stress
By Monica K. Miller, Charles P. Edwards, Jenny Reichert & Brian H. Bornstein

Crowdsourcing and Data Analytics: The New Settlement Tools
By Bernard Chao, Christopher Robertson & David Yokum

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER
A Letter from David F. Levi

BRIEFS
Cell Phones In Court
By William Raftery and Deborah W. Smith

FROM EDRM
Data Validation
By George Socha and Saaya Shah

FROM THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE
A Friendly Award
By Judicature Staff

REDLINES
Repairing Long Sentences
By Joseph Kimble

BOOK REVIEW
Supreme Collaboration: Nino And Me
By Joe Boatwright

POINT-COUNTERPOINT
Are Nationwide Injunctions Legal?
By Amanda Frost & Samuel Bray

THE STORIED THIRD BRANCH
Pioneer Women
By Sarah A.L. Merriam

LASTLY
Table For Nine
By Clare Cushman

About Judicature Staff

Judicature’s staff includes: Melinda Vaughn, managing editor; Amelia Thorn, articles editor; Jennifer Maher, international articles editor; Eric Surber, social media and web coordinator; and Duke Law student research assistants. To reach us, email judicature@law.duke.edu.