Judicature magazine profiles Duke Law's "Storied Third Branch" judicial history project

November 15, 2012Duke Law News

Judicature magazine, a bi-monthly journal published by the American Judicature Society, wrote about a Duke Law judicial history project in its September/October edition (96 Judicature 2 – September-October 2012).

Hon. Delissa A. Ridgway wrote: “State and federal court judges are invited to submit essays for The Storied Third Branch: Stories About Judges by Judges, a project of the Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies designed to tell the unique and often little-known stories of jurists. Essays focus on a judge who made an impact on the author; in doing so they inform the public as well as make a contribution to the history of the Third Branch.”
 

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[posted with the permission of the American Judicature Society]