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Summer 2022 | Volume 106 Number 2 | Download PDF Version of Article

Features

A Shining Example: Judge J. Clifford Wallace Receives the 2022 Bolch Prize for the Rule of Law
BY M. MARGARET MCKEOWN, D. TODD CHRISTOFFERSON, DAVID CAMPBELL, MANUEL SAGER, DAVID F. LEVI & J. CLIFFORD WALLACE

Reforming the Electoral Count Act, Safeguarding the Vote
BY BOB BAUER, JACK GOLDSMITH & DAVID F. LEVI

Judges, Judging and Otherwise: Do We Ask Too Much of State Court Judges — or Not Enough?
BY MICHAEL C. POLLACK

Trauma-Informed Judicial Practice From the Judges’ Perspective
BY EVA MCKINSEY, SAMANTHA A. ZOTTOLA, ALEXIS MITCHELL, MARK HEINEN & LUKE ELLMAKER

Legal Information v. Legal Advice: A 25-Year Retrospective
BY JOHN M. GREACEN

10 Things Judges Should Know About Cryptocurrency
BY LEE REINERS

Losing Faith: Why Public Distrust in the Judiciary Matters — and What Judges Can Do About It
BY RAYMOND J. LOHIER JR., JEFFREY S. SUTTON, DIANE P. WOOD & DAVID F. LEVI

Departments

BRIEFS

Helping Courts Address Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Judge Paul W. Grimm Named Director of the Bolch Judicial Institute

Judicial Honors

REDLINES
Taking Aim (Again) At Multiword Prepositions
JOSEPH KIMBLE

BOOK REVIEW
‘The People’ Have Decided
ANTHONY SANDERS

THE STORIED THIRD BRANCH
Turning Square Corners: Judge David R. Hansen
JENNIFER BROOKS & SAMUEL A. THUMMA

A FINER POINT
Legal Tradition — or Symbol of Subjugation?
SALMON A. SHOMADE

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