In Conversation

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In Conversation with Stephen Gageler, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia

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Judicature International (2024) | An online-only publication

On November 6, 2023, Stephen Gageler became the 14th Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia. At his swearing-in ceremony, he described the challenges facing Australia’s judiciary, saying that the public’s […]

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The Battle for Your Brain: A Legal Scholar’s Argument for Protecting Brain Data and Cognitive Liberty

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Vol. 107 No. 3 (2024) | Justitia

Mindreading may sound like the stuff of science fiction, but these days, as they say, truth is stranger than fiction. Employers track employee attention and even moods. Technology users can […]

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A Wartime View from Ukraine’s Supreme Court

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Vol. 107 No. 3 (2024) | Justitia

PICTURED ABOVE: Ukraine’s Supreme Court Building in Kyiv. (Alamy.com) February 24, 2024, marked two years since Russia’s large-scale invasion of Ukraine, the largest attack on a European country since World […]

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Playing the Long Game: The Role of International Courts and Tribunals in the Russo-Ukrainian War

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

International tribunals frequently adjudicate disputes between nation-states, but enforcement can be limited or in some cases nonexistent — especially in the face of a rogue authoritarian aggressor. […]

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Ukraine’s Supreme Court: Born Amid Crisis, Now Under Siege

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

While Ukraine’s highest court has existed for more than a century, its current structure was constitutionally and legally established less than a decade ago. […]

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Faith in Law

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Vol. 107 No. 1 (2023) | Toward Fairer, Quicker, Cheaper Litigation

David F. Levi interviews Dallin H. Oaks, a leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and former justice of the Utah Supreme Court, on faith, democracy, and how believers and nonbelievers can work together toward a more free and fair society for all. […]

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Artificial Justice: The Quandary of AI in the Courtroom

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Judicature International (2021-22) | 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 (2022) | 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 (2021-22) | 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 (2022), Judicature International (2021-22) | 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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