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‘The People’ Have Decided

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Vol. 106 No. 2 | Losing faith?

There are many great judges. Only some have a major impact on our law — or even more rarely on our larger culture and society — and most of those […]

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A Global Comparison of Judicial Discipline Mechanisms

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Judicature International | An online-only publication

Judicial accountability is a sensitive topic because a disciplinary system may be subject to political pressure and can negatively impact judicial independence. Furthermore, because judiciaries in developed democracies tend to […]

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Stopping the Presses: National Security Meets Freedom of Speech

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Vol. 106 No. 1 | Necessarily Engaged

There are at least two points of consensus among those who study national security secrecy: First, the government must keep some secrets in order to protect national security. Second, a […]

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A Judge’s Life

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Vol. 99 No. 2 | The Mass-Tort MDL Vortex

“Can one ever have his or her fill of Richard Posner?”1 The answer to this question, for many, is “No.” For those afflicted with “Posner-mania” — the incessant need to […]

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Measuring Judging

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Vol. 99 No. 1 | The View from the Bench

Lee Epstein, William M. Landes, and Richard Posner have written a book that is monumental in its scope and yet falls frustratingly short in achieving its aspirations. Actually, it is best […]

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Book Review: Evolving the Courts

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Vol. 99 No. 3 | Fixing Discovery

As society evolves, should state courts likewise evolve? Should courts replace or, at a minimum, augment their traditional roles in the adversarial system that defines our nation’s judicial process? Should […]

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Statutes — Clear or Confusing — What is a judge’s responsibility?

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Vol. 100 No. 1 | 100 Years of Judicature

Second Circuit Judge Robert A. Katzmann brings his unique professional career, including his distinguished experience and expertise in legislature, in academia, and as a jurist, to his masterful new book, […]

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Thinking Fundamentally About Judicial Review

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Vol. 100 No. 2 | A Judge in Public Life

Tara Smith asks: “How should courts interpret the law? By fidelity to the text? To the will of the people? To certain moral ideals?” In Judicial Review in an Objective […]

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Book Review: Madison’s Music

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Vol. 100 No. 3 | Who appointed me god?

In Madison’s Music: On Reading the First Amendment, Burt Neuborne, the Inez Milholland Professor of Civil Liberties and the founding legal director of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law School, […]

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The Mind of a Prophet: A New Look at the Far-Reaching Influence of Louis D. Brandeis

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Vol. 100 No. 4 | Steady As She Goes

One hundred years after he was appointed to the Supreme Court we have the pleasure of an absorbing and insightful analysis of the philosophies and thoughts of Louis Brandeis, a […]

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