Storied Third Branch

The Storied Third Branch

One-in-a-Generation Kind of Judge: Anna Elizabeth Keever

by Patricia Timmons-Goodson

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Published August 2012 Like their counterparts in the federal judiciary, state trial court judges “handle the bulk of judicial business.” State courts decide ninety-five percent of the cases and controversies Continue Reading »

The Storied Third Branch

Greatness by Any Measure: Anthony J. Scirica

by Timothy R. Rice

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Published February 2013 Judging is a unique and peculiar art. It is more learned than taught. And it demands a delicate blend of patience, fairness, judgment, compassion, confidence, and legal Continue Reading »

The Storied Third Branch

Judge Charles R. Wilson, U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit

by Robert Morris

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His life is an exemplar of the biblical adage “conduct your affairs with humility and you will be loved more than a giver of gifts.” All too often we finally Continue Reading »