In This Edition (Table of Contents Vol 105 No 3)


Fall/Winter 2021-22 | Volume 105 Number 3 | Download PDF Version of Article


“I’m going to call it what it is. Genocide.”
by Michael P. Scharf and Benjamin Ferencz

Justice Jackson’s Persistent Post-Nuremberg Legacy
by Brian R. Gallini

The Judiciary and the Rule of Law in Afghanistan
by Mehdi J. Hakimi

Leaving Afghanistan: International organizations are working to evacuate Afghan women judges, who face particular peril under Taliban rule.
by David F. Levi, Allyson K. Duncan, Tayeba Parsa, Zohal Noori Rahiq, Susan Glazebrook, Helena Kennedy, Patricia Whalen, David Rivkin and Mark Ellis

A Statutory Oddity
by Jon O. Newman

Taking Center Stage: The Virginia Revival Model Courtroom
by Robert J. Conrad Jr. and Justine Parry Welch

Polarization and Partisanship in State Supreme Court Elections
by Herbert M. Kritzer

Open Road? Ford reroutes personal jurisdiction
by Marin K. Levy, Zachary Clopton, Mila Sohoni, and Kevin Clermont


Pandemic Technology in State Civil Courts; Judicial HonorsInternational Judicature2022 Bolch Prize

The Importance of Signposting — and Following Through
by Joseph Kimble

Criticizing the Court: How Opinionated Should Opinions Be?
by Orin Kerr and Michael C. Dorf

The Joy of Judging with Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella
by Andromache Karakatsanis and Sheilah L. Martin

Learned Hand’s Spirt of Liberty: A Lesson for Our Times
by D. Brooks Smith

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