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Artificial Justice: The Quandary of AI in the Courtroom

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Judicature International | An online-only publication

Artificial intelligence is here, and it’s everywhere. The technology is so pervasive, in fact, that it now hides in plain sight — in our cars and on our coffee tables. […]

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Losing Faith: Why Public Trust in the Judiciary Matters

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Vol. 106 No. 2 | Losing faith?

What can judges do about America’s declining trust in public institutions?

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Designing Constitutions for a Lasting Democracy

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Judicature International | An online-only publication

Donald L. Horowitz, a leading expert in constitutional law, talks with Elisabeth Perham about what it takes to craft a successful modern-day constitution.

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Ebb and Flow

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Vol. 106 No. 1, Judicature International | An online-only publication

In their article, Human Rights in Europe? (European Journal of international law, Vol. 31 No. 3 (2020)), LAURENCE R. HELFER, the Harry R. Chadwick, Sr. Professor of Law at Duke University, and ERIK VOETEN, the […]

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Oral argument at the Supreme Court Before, During, and After the Pandemic

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Vol. 106 No. 1 | Necessarily Engaged

The pandemic has upended things big and small, from our daily routines to the very institutions we hold dear. Perhaps nowhere else in government have these changes been so peculiar […]

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My Own Liberator: A Conversation with Dikgang Moseneke

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Vol. 104 No. 2 | Coping with COVID

During a lunch-hour event with students at Duke Law School in February, David F. Levi, director of the Bolch Judicial Institute, interviewed former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke of the […]

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The Plague of Excessive Force: Working Together to Find a Cure

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Vol. 104 No. 2 | Coping with COVID

In July, the “Coping with Covid” series shifted attention from one pandemic to another: the plague of excessive force by police officers. It is an old and long-standing problem receiving […]

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Coping with COVID: Continuity and Change in the Courts

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Vol. 104 No. 2 | Coping with COVID

By now, our courts, state and federal, have adapted much of their work to digital platforms. But some procedures or litigation events do not easily or obviously translate to the […]

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What Makes People Do What They Do?

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Vol. 104 No. 1 | A Clearer View

In conversation with Bolch Judicial Institute Director David F. Levi, Dan Ariely offers a behavioral scientist’s take on motivation, incentives, and sanctions in legal settings. As a teenager, Dan Ariely […]

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Fixing Fees, Fines & Bail: Toward a Fairer System of Justice

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Vol. 103 No. 3 | Fees, Fines, and Bail

State Chief Justices and Court Administrators Discuss What’s Working — And What’s Not — As Courts Strive to Reform Fees, Fines, and Bail Practices Long ignored and highly localized, abusive […]

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