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In This Edition (Table of Contents Vol 103 No 1)

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Spring 2019 | Volume 103 Number 1 | Download PDF Version of Article

Departments

BRIEFS

States Continue to Experiment with Partisan Judicial Elections

A New Editorial Board for Judicature

Justice Kennedy Named Inaugural Recipient of the Bolch Prize for the Rule of Law

Law Review Examines the Judiciary with a ‘View from the Inside’

 

THE STORIED THIRD BRANCH 

Thomas O’Neill, Eastern District of Pennsylvania: Extraordinary Exemplar

John R. Padova & Gene E.K. Pratter

 

PERSPECTIVE

State Judicial Selection: Reforms to Promote a Fair and Independent Judiciary

Alicia Bannon

 

REDLINES

Another Kick at Dates and Procedural Detail

Joseph Kimble

 

CASE NOTE

Protecting Electronic Privacy

Erwin Chemerinsky

 

LASTLY

The Public Domain: Grand Reopening

Jennifer Jenkins

 

Features

10 Things Judges Should Know About AI

By Jeff Ward

The Emergence of the American Constitutional Law Tradition

By H. Jefferson Powell 

Imperfect Solutions: State and Federal Judges Consider the Role of State Constitutions in Rights Innovation

By David F. Levi, Allison Eid, Joan Larsen, Goodwin Liu, Jeffrey Sutton

Can Federal Sentencing Remain Transparent?

By D. Brock Hornby

Overseas Obligations: An Update on Cross-border Discovery

By Michael M. Baylson & Sandra A. Jeskie

Has Shoe Run Its Course?The Legacy of International Shoe and the Future of Complex Litigation

By David W. Ichel

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