Archive

  • State Chief Justices Call for Action to Achieve Access to Justice for All
  • Why We Read the Scalia Opinion First
  • #Engage: It's Time for Judges to Tweet, Like, and Share

 

  • Revised Guidelines and Practices for Implementing the 2015 Discovery Amendments to Achieve Proportionality
  • How Two New ESI Rules Will Save You Time and Money
  • Money or Justice? A Roundtable Discussion on Fees and Fines in the Courts

 

  • Who appointed me God? Reflections of a judge on criminal sentencing
  • Federal judges and public attention
  • The fluidity of judicial coalitions

 

  • Judicial oversight of covert action in the United States and United Kingdom
  • Why are state judges among us?
  • Developing civil procedure rules for European courts
  • The surprising impact of Citizens United on judicial campaigns
  • Judge Jon O. Newman on why easing mandatory minimums is not enough
  • The decline in federal civil trials (an imagined conversation)

Vol 99 No 3 : Winter 2015

Table of Contents (pdf)

  • Special Report   Fixing Discovery: Are we there yet?
  • Chief Judge DIane Wood's further thoughts on specialized courts
  • How federal judges contribute to mass incarceration and what they can do about it

  • Patrick Higginbotham, Thomas Metzloff, and others contribute to a special report on the state of mass-tort multidistrict litigation
  • Gregory Joseph's primer on authenticating electronic evidence
  • Concealed cameras in the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Alex Kozinski makes the case for cameras in the courtroom
  • David F. Levi talks with chief judges about the grand challenges facing the legal profession
  • Richard Marcus examines proposed Rule 23 reforms
  • Judicial performance evaluation symposium
  • Attorney survey of judicial independence
  • President's Report

 

Due to the change in publisher from the American Judicature Society to Duke Law School in late 2014, only one edition of Volume 98 was published. Volume 99 contains three editions. From Volume 100 forward, Duke Law School will publish four editions of Judicature each year. 

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