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Book Review: The Business Of Judging, S. I. Strong Jul 2001

Book Review: The Business Of Judging, S. I. Strong

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Lord Bingham of Cornhill is no stranger to the business of judging. Senior Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, former Lord Chief Justice of England, former Master of the Rolls, he has been sitting on the bench in one capacity or another for the last twenty years - twenty-five if one counts his tenure as a recorder. Although he began his career at the bar in 1959 as a commercial and civil lawyer, his appointment in 1996 as Lord Chief Justice placed him at the apex of the criminal justice system. In becoming senior Law Lord, Lord Bingham has expanded his purview ...


Pause At The Rubicon, John Marshall And Emancipation: Reparations In The Early National Period?, Frances Howell Rudko Jan 2001

Pause At The Rubicon, John Marshall And Emancipation: Reparations In The Early National Period?, Frances Howell Rudko

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Marshall thought that the solution to emancipation and the end to slavery were to be nationally funded. He considered slavery a national problem, not a state problem, as most of his fellow Virginians insisted. In this he differed from most southerners who argued that slave matters were state matters and that the nation could involve itself in the institution of slavery only by strictly adhering to the role assigned to it by the Constitution under the three fifths clause and the fugitive slave clause.


Reproduction Of Hierarchy? A Social Network Analysis Of The American Law Professoriate, Daniel Martin Katz, Joshua R. Gubler, Jon Zelner, Michael J. Bommarito Ii, Eric Provins, Eitan Ingall Jan 2001

Reproduction Of Hierarchy? A Social Network Analysis Of The American Law Professoriate, Daniel Martin Katz, Joshua R. Gubler, Jon Zelner, Michael J. Bommarito Ii, Eric Provins, Eitan Ingall

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Remembering Judge Hugh R. Jones, Douglas E. Abrams, Mary Lou Crowley Jan 2001

Remembering Judge Hugh R. Jones, Douglas E. Abrams, Mary Lou Crowley

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Remembering Judge Huge R. Jones


Beyond The Polemic Against Junk Science: Navigating The Oceans That Divide Science And Law With Justice Breyer At The Helm, Joelle A. Moreno Jan 2001

Beyond The Polemic Against Junk Science: Navigating The Oceans That Divide Science And Law With Justice Breyer At The Helm, Joelle A. Moreno

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A Government Of Laws And Also Of Men: Judge William K. Thomas, R. Lawrence Dessem Jan 2001

A Government Of Laws And Also Of Men: Judge William K. Thomas, R. Lawrence Dessem

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Judge William K. Thomas served for more than forty years as a common pleas judge and as a judge for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. During his service on the state and federal bench, Judge Thomas epitomized the qualities of fairness, integrity, justice, and compassion that we expect in our judiciary. This article highlights some of the qualities that made Judge Thomas a truly great judge, as well as some of the highlights of his judicial career. It is written as a memorial tribute by one of his former law clerks.