From the Editor in Chief

Hawkins and Alito

Editor’s Note – Summer 2015

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Summer 2015 | Volume 99 Number 1

There may be, as f. Scott Fitzgerald observed in the last tycoon, no second acts in American lives, but through the leadership and imagination of Dean David Levi and the […]

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From the Editor: Judge Nancy Joseph

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Winter 2015 | Volume 99 Number 3

Imitation Is The Highest Form Of Flattery. In this third edition of the revived Judicature, we imitate the previous editions by bringing you relevant, thought-provoking, and conversation-inspiring articles of interest to both […]

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From the Editor in Chief: Judge Robert Morris

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Spring 2016 | Volume 100 Number 1

Welcome to the fourth edition of Judicature under the auspices of Duke Law School. My colleagues in Duke Law School’s LL.M. in Judicial Studies program take great pride in serving […]

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Judge John C. Anderson, Editor-In-Chief

From the Editor-in-Chief John C. Anderson

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Summer 2016 | Volume 100 Number 2

Welcome to the latest edition of Judicature! This issue includes a wonderful article on judicial oversight of covert action, written by Judge Diane Wood, Chilton Varner, and Douglas Young, with […]

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From the Editor in Chief: Virginia Baker Norton

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Autumn 2016 | Volume 100 Number 3

Judge Norton is pictured above and at right with fellow 2016 graduates of Duke’s judicial studies LL.M. program. Left to right: Judges Donald Molloy, Robert Morris, Norton, and Julia Prahl. In […]

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From the Editor-in-Chief Cheri Beasley

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Winter 2016 | Volume 100 Number 4

The ability to pay court fines, including jail and prison fees, has remained an issue since Michigan first authorized the imposition of correctional fees in 1846.1 Today, many courts order […]

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From the Editor: A European Perspective

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Summer 2017 | Volume 101 Number 2

The President of the United States referred to a judge who ruled against the executive as a “so-called” judge. Both his most recent French colleagues called the judiciary “flavorless green […]

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Judge Donald

From the Editor: Toward a More Perfect Union

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Summer 2018 | Volume 102 Number 2

In 2018, as the nation commemorates the 150th Anniversary of the 14th Amendment, stakeholders in the justice system should reflect on our successes and failures along the continuum for equal […]

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