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1998

Law and Contemporary Problems

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Judicial Discipline And Judicial Independence, Steven Lubet Jul 1998

Judicial Discipline And Judicial Independence, Steven Lubet

Law and Contemporary Problems

The question of judicial accountability and independence arises primarily in the context of state courts. When it comes to accountability, it is state judges who must be concerned about threates to their independence.


On Not Making Law, Mitu Gulati, C. M. A. Mccauliff Jul 1998

On Not Making Law, Mitu Gulati, C. M. A. Mccauliff

Law and Contemporary Problems

Having argued that it is important to think about court norms, Gulati and McCauliff describe data on the publication practices of the various circuits. The data suggest that there are radical differences in the norms.


Judicial Independence And Democratic Accountability In Highest State Courts, Paul D. Carrington Jul 1998

Judicial Independence And Democratic Accountability In Highest State Courts, Paul D. Carrington

Law and Contemporary Problems

Carrington notes that because judges in trial and intermediate courts are accountable to highest courts, it is the latter that are responsible for keeping the faith with democratic traditions.