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"Extraordinary Circumstances": The Legacy Of The Gang Of 14 And A Proposal For Judicial Nominations Reform, Michael Gerhardt, Richard Painter May 2012

"Extraordinary Circumstances": The Legacy Of The Gang Of 14 And A Proposal For Judicial Nominations Reform, Michael Gerhardt, Richard Painter

University of Richmond Law Review

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Beyond The Doctrine: Five Questions That Will Determine The Aca's Constitutional Fate, Bradley W. Joondeph Mar 2012

Beyond The Doctrine: Five Questions That Will Determine The Aca's Constitutional Fate, Bradley W. Joondeph

University of Richmond Law Review

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Failed Constitutional Metaphors: The Wall Of Separation And The Penumbra, Louis J. Sirico Jr. Jan 2011

Failed Constitutional Metaphors: The Wall Of Separation And The Penumbra, Louis J. Sirico Jr.

University of Richmond Law Review

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The Double Standard In Judicial Selection, Edwin Meese Iii Jan 2007

The Double Standard In Judicial Selection, Edwin Meese Iii

University of Richmond Law Review

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First Principles For Virginia's Fifth Century, Hon. Robert F. Mcdonnell Nov 2006

First Principles For Virginia's Fifth Century, Hon. Robert F. Mcdonnell

University of Richmond Law Review

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Playing Games With The First Amendment: Are Video Games Speech And May Minors' Access To Graphically Violent Video Games Be Restricted?, Gregory K. Laughlin Jan 2006

Playing Games With The First Amendment: Are Video Games Speech And May Minors' Access To Graphically Violent Video Games Be Restricted?, Gregory K. Laughlin

University of Richmond Law Review

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Observations On The Status And Impact Of The Judicial Confirmation Process, Edith H. Jones Mar 2005

Observations On The Status And Impact Of The Judicial Confirmation Process, Edith H. Jones

University of Richmond Law Review

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The Judicial Nominations Wars, William P. Marshall Mar 2005

The Judicial Nominations Wars, William P. Marshall

University of Richmond Law Review

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Bork Was The Beginning: Constitutional Moralism And The Politics Of Federal Judicial Selection, Gary L. Mcdowell Mar 2005

Bork Was The Beginning: Constitutional Moralism And The Politics Of Federal Judicial Selection, Gary L. Mcdowell

University of Richmond Law Review

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Judicial Confirmation Wars: Ideology And The Battle For The Federal Courts, Sheldon Goldman Mar 2005

Judicial Confirmation Wars: Ideology And The Battle For The Federal Courts, Sheldon Goldman

University of Richmond Law Review

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Legislative Restraint In The Confirmation Process, Kenneth W. Starr Mar 2004

Legislative Restraint In The Confirmation Process, Kenneth W. Starr

University of Richmond Law Review

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The Three Independences, H. Jefferson Powell Mar 2004

The Three Independences, H. Jefferson Powell

University of Richmond Law Review

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Judicial Independence And The Scope Of Article Iii--A View From The Federalist, Michael G. Collins Mar 2004

Judicial Independence And The Scope Of Article Iii--A View From The Federalist, Michael G. Collins

University of Richmond Law Review

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Judicial Independence, William H. Rehnquist Mar 2004

Judicial Independence, William H. Rehnquist

University of Richmond Law Review

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Judicial Independence In Virginia, W. Hamilton Bryson Jan 2004

Judicial Independence In Virginia, W. Hamilton Bryson

University of Richmond Law Review

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