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Spring 2022 | Volume 106 Number 1 | Download PDF Version of Article
Judicature Table of Contents Spring 2022

Features

Civic Illiteracy and the Rule of Law
BY DON R. WILLETT

Involve, Inform, Inspire
BY REBECCA FANNING

A Model for Adult Civics Education
BY RICHARD L. GABRIEL

One of the Most Rewarding Things I’ve Done as a Judge
BY MICHAEL J. NEWMAN

Critical Life Skills Through Courtroom Experiences
BY ROBIN L. ROSENBERG, BETH BLOOM & HAYLEY LAWRENCE

Civics Tools for Teachers
BY MARJORIE O. RENDELL

A Tale of Two Restrictions
BY TRAVIS N. TAYLOR

Walking Back Human Rights In Europe
BY LAURENCE R. HELFER & ERIK VOETEN; INTERVIEW BY DAVID COLLINS

Collected Wisdom on Selecting Leaders and Managing MDLs
BY STEPHEN R. BOUGH & ELIZABETH CHAMBLEE BURCH

Oral Argument at the Supreme Court — Before, During, and After the Pandemic
BY JEFF FISHER, NEAL KATYAL, ERICA ROSS & WALTER DELLINGER

Departments

BRIEFS
Do Remote Hearings Help — or Hurt — Access to Justice?; Sober as a Judge; Judicial Honors

REDLINES
The Wonderfully Versatile Em-Dash (PDF)
BY JOSEPH KIMBLE

BOOK REVIEW
Stop the Presses: National Security Meets Freedom of Speech
BY HEIDI KITROSSER

THE STORIED THIRD BRANCH
Remembering Judge Robert A. Katzmann
BY DEBRA A. LIVINGSTON &  JON O. NEWMAN

A FINER POINT
Substance Abuse Trial (PDF)
BY JANE MEAD

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