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A Closer Look at New Pleading in the Litigation Marketplace

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Autumn 2015 | Volume 99 Number 2

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Bureaucratizing the Courts? Finding MDL’s Place in the Traditional Legal Culture

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Autumn 2015 | Volume 99 Number 2

Over the past three decades three forces gained prominence in the narrative of the 1938 rules: the decline of trials with a companion embrace by bench and bar of arbitration and […]

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The MDL Vortex Revisited

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Autumn 2015 | Volume 99 Number 2

One of the more interesting cases I worked on as a young associate in the early 1980s involved george steinbrenner, the well-known owner of the New York Yankees. He had […]

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How Technology is Changing Justice in China

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Judicature International | 2021-2022

In their article How Will Technology Change the Face of Chinese Justice? (Columbia Journal of Asian Law, 2020), Professor Zhiyu Li of Durham Law School and Professor Benjamin Chen of […]

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A Tale of Two Restrictions

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Spring 2022 | Volume 106 Number 1

The Dynamic Effect of Contribution Limits and Direct Solicitation Rules on Individual Donations to State Supreme Court Campaigns Campaign finance is regulated up and down the ballot under the government’s […]

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Collected Wisdom on Selecting Leaders and Managing MDLs

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Spring 2022 | Volume 106 Number 1

In 2020, nearly one out of every two new suits filed in federal civil court was part of a multidistrict litigation (MDL). Initially designed to organize antitrust cases against electrical equipment manufacturers, […]

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Civics Education Resources

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Spring 2022 | Volume 106 Number 1

Here are just a few of the many civics education resources mentioned in this edition of Judicature.

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Civics Tools for Teachers

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Spring 2022 | Volume 106 Number 1

“It may be an easy thing to make a Republic; but it is a very laborious thing to make Republicans; and woe to the republic that rests upon no better […]

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Critical Life Skills Through Courtroom Experiences

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Spring 2022 | Volume 106 Number 1

Often, problems come as problems. We know them when we see them; when we feel that unmistakable pit in our stomachs. But sometimes, the problems that arrive on our doorstep […]

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One of the Most Rewarding Things I’ve Done as a Judge

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Spring 2022 | Volume 106 Number 1

While working as a United States magistrate judge, I had the great (and rather humbling) honor to serve as national president of the Federal Bar Association (FBA) from 2016 to […]

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