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Autumn 2016 | Volume 100 Number 3 | Download PDF Version of Article

Features

AN UPHILL BATTLE: HOW CHINA’S OBSESSION WITH SOCIAL STABILITY IS BLOCKING JUDICIAL REFORM
Peter C.H. Chan

WHO APPOINTED ME GOD? REFLECTIONS OF A JUDGE ON CRIMINAL SENTENCING
Timothy J. Corrigan

THE FLUIDITY OF JUDICIAL COALITIONS
Frank Sullivan Jr., Nicholas Georgakopoulos & Dimitri Georgakopoulos

ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE JUSTICE: A CHALLENGE TO THE BENCH, BAR, AND ACADEMY
Neil M. Gorsuch

PICKING UP WHERE AEROSPATIALE LEFT OFF
Daniel Mandell

FEDERAL JUDGES AND PUBLIC ATTENTION (AN IMAGINED CONVERSATION)
D. Brock Hornby


Departments

EDITOR’S NOTE, LETTERS, BRIEFS

THE STORIED THIRD BRANCH
FROM ADVOCATE TO JURIST
James C. Francis IV

CASE NOTE
LABRIER AN EXAMPLE OF NEW PROPORTIONALITY RULES AT WORK
Lauren Sanders

POINT / COUNTERPOINT
PLAUSIBLY A PLUS?
Daniel Bean & Roy Altman

BOOK REVIEW
MADISON’S MUSIC: RE-ORDERING THE FIRST AMENDMENT
Melissa Hart 80

LASTLY
Centennial Feature:
A CHINA DIARY

 

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