The Bolch Judicial Institute of Duke Law, publisher of Judicature, welcomed several new members and a new chair for its editorial advisory board. Judge Robin L. Rosenberg (Duke JD/MA’89) of the U.S. District […]
In 48 states, the chief justice of the state supreme court is the “administrative head” of or holds “administrative power” over the state’s judicial branch.1 As such, many chiefs deliver annual “state of the judiciary” addresses, similar to speeches delivered by governors. […]
Duke Law School welcomed Judge Tayeba Parsa of Afghanistan as the first Bolch Judicial Institute Rule of Law Judicial Fellow in May. Judge Parsa was among 250 women judges in Afghanistan. […]
The International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ) received the 2023 Bolch Prize for the Rule of Law during a ceremony in March. […]
The question of judicial compensation — not just how much, but the mechanism used to set the amount — has been a part of the American discourse on judicial independence since […]
Pictured Above: Evacuees wait to board a plane in Kabul, August 2021. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Isaiah Campbell, Alamy Photo) The Bolch Judicial Institute has named the International […]
For centuries, courts have grappled with the question of speedy and timely justice. Until the 20th century, this was almost exclusively viewed as a legal question: At what point does […]
Judge D. Brooks Smith, a senior judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, received the Judge Justin Johnson Award from the Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts, a civic […]
U.S. District Court Judge Paul W. Grimm of the District of Maryland has been named director of the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke Law, starting Jan. 1, 2023.
by Edwin BellVol. 106 No. 2 (2022) | Losing faith?
As the challenges of adjusting to the covid pandemic ease within state courts, persistent concerns regarding the fairness and equity of these same courts remain. Efforts to address these longer-term issues […]