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In This Edition (Table of Contents Vol 106 No 2)

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Vol. 106 No. 2 | Losing faith?

Features A Shining Example: Judge J. Clifford Wallace Receives the 2022 Bolch Prize for the Rule of Law BY M. MARGARET MCKEOWN, D. TODD CHRISTOFFERSON, DAVID CAMPBELL, MANUEL SAGER, DAVID […]

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Vol. 103 No. 1 | Navigating Rough Seas

Departments BRIEFS States Continue to Experiment with Partisan Judicial Elections A New Editorial Board for Judicature Justice Kennedy Named Inaugural Recipient of the Bolch Prize for the Rule of Law Law […]

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Vol. 102 No. 3 | Crowdsourcing and Data Analytics

Features Guidance on New Rule 23, Class Action Settlement Provisions By The Bolch Judicial Institute Clerking to Excess? The Case Against Second (and Third and Fourth) Clerkships By Gregg Costa […]

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In This Edition: Autumn 2015

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Vol. 99 No. 2 | The Mass-Tort MDL Vortex

Departments Editor’s Note, Letters To The Editor, Briefs The Storied Third Branch A Passion For Justice J. Michelle Childs On Courts Tightrope Act: Fisa Court Reforms Maj. Gen. Charles J. […]

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In This Edition (Table of Contents Vol 106 No 1)

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Vol. 106 No. 1 | Necessarily Engaged

Features Civic Illiteracy and the Rule of Law BY DON R. WILLETT Involve, Inform, Inspire BY REBECCA FANNING A Model for Adult Civics Education BY RICHARD L. GABRIEL One of […]

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Vol. 99 No. 1 | The View from the Bench

Features JURORS ON FILM: WHY PUTTING CAMERAS IN THE JURY ROOM IS NOT AS CRAZY AS YOU THINK Alex Kozinski and John Major GRAND CHALLENGES, GRAND IDEAS: SURMOUNTING THE BIGGEST […]

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In This Edition (Table of Contents Vol 105 No 3)

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Vol. 105 No. 3 | Leaving Afghanistan

Features “I’m going to call it what it is. Genocide.” by Michael P. Scharf and Benjamin Ferencz Justice Jackson’s Persistent Post-Nuremberg Legacy by Brian R. Gallini The Judiciary and the […]

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Vol. 100 No. 3 | Who appointed me god?

Features AN UPHILL BATTLE: HOW CHINA’S OBSESSION WITH SOCIAL STABILITY IS BLOCKING JUDICIAL REFORM Peter C.H. Chan WHO APPOINTED ME GOD? REFLECTIONS OF A JUDGE ON CRIMINAL SENTENCING Timothy J. […]

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Vol. 100 No. 4 | Steady As She Goes

— Features — REVISED GUIDELINES & PRACTICES FOR IMPLEMENTING THE 2015 DISCOVERY AMENDMENTS TO ACHIEVE PROPORTIONALITY Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies HOW TWO NEW RULES FOR SELF-AUTHENTICATION WILL SAVE […]

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Vol. 105 No. 1 | The Courts Held

— Features — 2020 ELECTION LITIGATION: THE COURTS HELD David F. Levi, Amelia Ashton Thorn & John Macy THE FUTURE OF THE U.S. PRESIDENCY David Kennedy, Daphna Renan, Terry Moe, […]

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