From the Editor in Chief

Judge Grimm with Justice Antonin Scalia

From the Editor in Chief

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Autumn 2015 | Volume 99 Number 2

This is the second edition of Judicature since its publication was assumed by Duke Law School and its Judicial Studies Center, and the feedback from the first edition has been both […]

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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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Judge Robert Morris Photo

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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From the Editor: Thank you

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Spring 2018 | Volume 102 Number 1

Welcome to the spring edition of Judicature. This edition includes an announcement of a very significant gift to benefit Duke’s judicial studies programs and Judicature: a $10 million gift from […]

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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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