In Conversation

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Artificial Justice: The Quandary of AI in the Courtroom

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Judicature International | 2021-2022

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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Summer 2022 | Volume 106 Number 2

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 | 2021-2022

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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Spring 2022, Judicature International | 2021-2022

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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Spring 2022 | Volume 106 Number 1

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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Summer 2020 | Volume 104 Number 2

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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Summer 2020 | Volume 104 Number 2

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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Summer 2020 | Volume 104 Number 2

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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Spring 2020 | Volume 104 Number 1

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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Fall 2019 | Volume 103 Number 3

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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