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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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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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Guarding The Guardians: Judges' Rights And Virginia's Judicial Inquiry And Review Commission, Jeffrey D. Mcmahan Jr. Nov 2008

Guarding The Guardians: Judges' Rights And Virginia's Judicial Inquiry And Review Commission, Jeffrey D. Mcmahan Jr.

University of Richmond Law Review

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Let Us Now Praise Famous Judges: Exploring The Roles Of Judicial "Intuition" And "Activism" In American Law, Rodney A. Smolla Nov 2005

Let Us Now Praise Famous Judges: Exploring The Roles Of Judicial "Intuition" And "Activism" In American Law, Rodney A. Smolla

University of Richmond Law Review

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To Preserve, Protect, And Defend The Constitution Of The United States, Ronald J. Bacigal Nov 2005

To Preserve, Protect, And Defend The Constitution Of The United States, Ronald J. Bacigal

University of Richmond Law Review

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Tribute To Judge Merhige, Orran L. Brown Nov 2005

Tribute To Judge Merhige, Orran L. Brown

University of Richmond Law Review

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Federal Judicial Selection: The First Decade, Maeva Marcus Mar 2005

Federal Judicial Selection: The First Decade, Maeva Marcus

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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Judge Robert R. Merhige, Jr. - Strict Constructionist Weathers The Storm, Paul K. Campsen, P. Christopher Guedri, Jennings G. Ritter Ii, Edward H. Starr Jr. Jan 1978

Judge Robert R. Merhige, Jr. - Strict Constructionist Weathers The Storm, Paul K. Campsen, P. Christopher Guedri, Jennings G. Ritter Ii, Edward H. Starr Jr.

University of Richmond Law Review

On August 27, 1967, Robert R. Merhige, Jr., was commissioned as a United States District Court Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia, the embarkment upon what many members of the legal community have labeled a controversial judicial career. However, examination of Judge Merhige's numerous decisions reveals that his image as a disputatius public figure has been more than a function of his flare for vehemently enforcing pronouncements and policies of the Supreme Court. The man, who created fervor throughout this state and the South with his publicly chastised busing decisions of the early 1970s, has been a victim ...