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Winter 2016 | Volume 100 Number 4 | Download PDF Version of Article

— Features —

REVISED GUIDELINES & PRACTICES FOR IMPLEMENTING THE 2015 DISCOVERY AMENDMENTS TO ACHIEVE PROPORTIONALITY
Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies

HOW TWO NEW RULES FOR SELF-AUTHENTICATION WILL SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY
John M. Haried

MONEY OR JUSTICE? HOW FEES AND FINES HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO DEEP DISTRUST OF THE COURTS – AND WHAT CHIEF JUDGES ARE DOING ABOUT IT
David F. Levi, Patricia Breckenridge, Nathan Hecht,
Martin Hoshino, Mary McQueen & Maureen O’Connor

JUDGES CAN FIX THE SYSTEM
Ed Spillane

CROSS-BORDER DISCOVERY AT A CROSSROADS
Michael M. Baylson

Centennial Feature:
THE U.S. CONSTITUTION AND JUDICIAL QUALIFICATIONS: A CURIOUS OMISSION
John R. Vile & Mario Perez-Reilly

— Briefs —

EDITOR’S NOTE

BRIEFS

HONORS

HOW THE STATES AVOID SUPREME STALEMATES
Don Willett

POINT / COUNTERPOINT
THE ROLE OF CIVIL FORFEITURE
David B. Smith & Stefan D. Cassella

THE STORIED THIRD BRANCH
PLESSY’S LAWYER
Robert N. Hunter

BOOK REVIEW
THE MIND OF A PROPHET
David Collins

REDLINES
REVISING AN ORDER
Joseph Kimble

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