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Remarks, Introduction Of Professor E. Donald Shapiro, Bar-Ilan University Reception, Roger J. Miner '56 Dec 1986

Remarks, Introduction Of Professor E. Donald Shapiro, Bar-Ilan University Reception, Roger J. Miner '56

Tributes & Testimonials

No abstract provided.


Symposium On Federalism And Constitutional Checks And Balances: A Safeguard Of Minority And Individual Rights, Roger J. Miner '56 Nov 1986

Symposium On Federalism And Constitutional Checks And Balances: A Safeguard Of Minority And Individual Rights, Roger J. Miner '56

Constitutional Law

No abstract provided.


Posner On Literature, Lewis H. Larue Nov 1986

Posner On Literature, Lewis H. Larue

Scholarly Articles

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Ex Parte Communication By The Judiciary, Jay C. Carlisle Nov 1986

Ex Parte Communication By The Judiciary, Jay C. Carlisle

Pace Law Faculty Publications

The recent establishment of an Individual Assignment System in New York has introduced what one commentator has referred to as new "rules of the game". Nonetheless, the old rules still apply with respect to ex parte communication by judges which is governed by Canon 3(A)( 4) of the Code of Judicial Conduct. Canon 3(A)(4), as adopted by the New York State Bar Association in 1973, prohibits a judge from initiating or considering ex parte communications concerning a pending or impending proceeding. This prohibition, which has been strictly construed by decisional law and bar association advisory opinions, has ...


Coping With Uncertainty In The Law, Ellen Ash Peters Oct 1986

Coping With Uncertainty In The Law, Ellen Ash Peters

Faculty Articles and Papers

No abstract provided.


Judicial Notice: An Essay Concerning Human Misunderstanding, E. F. Roberts Oct 1986

Judicial Notice: An Essay Concerning Human Misunderstanding, E. F. Roberts

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

Articles limning the law pertaining to judicial notice are legion, and the footnotes which have been cite checked by generations of law review editors must number in the thousands. These articles assume that reason, properly employed, produces correct answers. They assume that disagreements can be resolved by reason, because it is self-evident that any problem, once identified, can be solved. Reflected here are the presuppositions of lawyers brought up in the Western legal tradition.

What if one were to doubt that reason necessarily governed the behavior of lawyers? What if one doubted as well that all problems were susceptible to ...


Public Rights And The Federal Judicial Power: From Murray's Lessee Through Crowell To Schor, Gordon G. Young Oct 1986

Public Rights And The Federal Judicial Power: From Murray's Lessee Through Crowell To Schor, Gordon G. Young

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Chief Justice Nominee Outlines Legal Trends, Brigette Panarisi Sep 1986

Chief Justice Nominee Outlines Legal Trends, Brigette Panarisi

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


Rehnquist Frayed Feather In Iu Law School's Cap?, Mike Leonard Sep 1986

Rehnquist Frayed Feather In Iu Law School's Cap?, Mike Leonard

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


The Chief Justice Donald R. Wright Memorial Symposium On The California Judiciary, Proceedings And Papers, Senate Office Of Research Sep 1986

The Chief Justice Donald R. Wright Memorial Symposium On The California Judiciary, Proceedings And Papers, Senate Office Of Research

California Senate

No abstract provided.


Using Management Science To Assign Judges To Casetypes, Stuart S. Nagel, Miriam K. Mills Sep 1986

Using Management Science To Assign Judges To Casetypes, Stuart S. Nagel, Miriam K. Mills

University of Miami Law Review

No abstract provided.


Municipal Liability Under Section 1983 And The Ambiguities Of Burger Court Federalism: A Comment On City Of Oklahoma City V. Tuttle And Pembaur V. City Of Cincinnati -- The "Official Policy" Cases, George D. Brown Sep 1986

Municipal Liability Under Section 1983 And The Ambiguities Of Burger Court Federalism: A Comment On City Of Oklahoma City V. Tuttle And Pembaur V. City Of Cincinnati -- The "Official Policy" Cases, George D. Brown

Boston College Law Review

No abstract provided.


Rehnquist Might Dedicate Law Library, David A. Lytle Jul 1986

Rehnquist Might Dedicate Law Library, David A. Lytle

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


Letter From Peter J. Wallison To President Reagan Regarding Questions To Ask Rehnquist And Scalia [1986], Peter J. Wallison Jun 1986

Letter From Peter J. Wallison To President Reagan Regarding Questions To Ask Rehnquist And Scalia [1986], Peter J. Wallison

Historical and Topical Legal Documents

No abstract provided.


Memo From Peter J. Wallison To President Reagan Regarding Rehnquist And Scalia [1986], Peter J. Wallison Jun 1986

Memo From Peter J. Wallison To President Reagan Regarding Rehnquist And Scalia [1986], Peter J. Wallison

Historical and Topical Legal Documents

No abstract provided.


Raul Memorandum Regarding Antonin Scalia, Alan Charles Raul Jun 1986

Raul Memorandum Regarding Antonin Scalia, Alan Charles Raul

Historical and Topical Legal Documents

No abstract provided.


The Role Of The English Judiciary In Developing Public Law, Harry Woolf May 1986

The Role Of The English Judiciary In Developing Public Law, Harry Woolf

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Appearance Of Fairness Doctrine: A Conflict In Values, Carolyn M. Van Noy Apr 1986

The Appearance Of Fairness Doctrine: A Conflict In Values, Carolyn M. Van Noy

Washington Law Review

This Comment compares the appearance of fairness doctrine with the Washington State Code of Judicial Conduct and shows that abandoning the doctrine and substituting the Code and due process would not resolve the conflict between independence and accountability, but would further exacerbate it. Rather, the appearance of fairness doctrine, modified by the 1982 appearance of fairness statute, is a standard that accommodates the conflict inherent in any bias standard applied to elected and appointed officials. The legislative modifications, however, fall short of the need for a clearly defined doctrine that provides guidance and certainty for the decisionmakers and the courts ...


Felix S. Cohen And His Jurisprudence: Reflections On Federal Indian Law, Stephen M. Feldman Apr 1986

Felix S. Cohen And His Jurisprudence: Reflections On Federal Indian Law, Stephen M. Feldman

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Judge Picking, Abner J. Mikva Apr 1986

Judge Picking, Abner J. Mikva

Michigan Law Review

A Review of God Save This Honorable Court: How the Choice of Supreme Court Justices Shapes Our History by Laurence H. Tribe


A "Capacity For Outrage": The Judicial Odyssey Of J. Skelly Wright And On Courts And Democracy: Selected Nonjudicial Writings Of J. Skelly Wright, Alan M. Koschik Apr 1986

A "Capacity For Outrage": The Judicial Odyssey Of J. Skelly Wright And On Courts And Democracy: Selected Nonjudicial Writings Of J. Skelly Wright, Alan M. Koschik

Michigan Law Review

A Review of A "Capacity for Outrage": The Judicial Odyssey of J. Skelly Wright by Arthur Selwyn Miller and A Review of On Courts and Democracy: Selected Nonjudicial Writings of J. Skelly Wright edited by Arthur Selwyn Miller


Statesman Of The Old Republic, Craig Joyce Apr 1986

Statesman Of The Old Republic, Craig Joyce

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story: Statesman of the Old Republic by R. Kent Newmyer


The Iconoclast As Reformer: Jerome Frank's Impact On American Law, Matthew W. Frank Apr 1986

The Iconoclast As Reformer: Jerome Frank's Impact On American Law, Matthew W. Frank

Michigan Law Review

A Review of The Iconoclast as Reformer: Jerome Frank's Impact on American Law by Robert Jerome Glennon


Justices And Presidents: A Political History Of Appointments To The Supreme Court (2d Edition), James S. Portnoy Apr 1986

Justices And Presidents: A Political History Of Appointments To The Supreme Court (2d Edition), James S. Portnoy

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Justices and Presidents: A Political History of Appointments to the Supreme Court (2d edition) by Henry J. Abraham


How The Patent And Copyright Clauses Came To Be A Part Of Our National Charter, Roger J. Miner '56 Mar 1986

How The Patent And Copyright Clauses Came To Be A Part Of Our National Charter, Roger J. Miner '56

Intellectual Property

No abstract provided.


Tennessee V. Garner And The Democratic Practice Of Judicial Review, Steven L. Winter Jan 1986

Tennessee V. Garner And The Democratic Practice Of Judicial Review, Steven L. Winter

Law Faculty Research Publications

No abstract provided.


Justice Marshall And Equal Protection Review: A Spectrum Of Standards?, Karen A. Winn Jan 1986

Justice Marshall And Equal Protection Review: A Spectrum Of Standards?, Karen A. Winn

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


"The Court On Trial:" An Analysis Of Phillip Johnson's Attack On The California Supreme Court, Independent Citizens' Committee To Keep Politics Out Of The Court Jan 1986

"The Court On Trial:" An Analysis Of Phillip Johnson's Attack On The California Supreme Court, Independent Citizens' Committee To Keep Politics Out Of The Court

California Agencies

On November 4, California voters will decide whether to retain Chief Justice Rose Bird and Associate Justices Joseph Grodin and Cruz Reynoso on the Supreme Court of California.1 This election is extraordinarily important because, for the first time in the history of California judicial retention elections, several Justices are being vigorously opposed in a multi-million dollar partisan campaign. The campaign against the Justices has been conducted by conservative organizations through direct mail and advertisements in newspapers, radio and television. Although we are used to this in ordinary politics, it is a I cause for great concern in a judicial ...


Women Judges And Merit Selection Under The Missouri Plan, Karen Tokarz Jan 1986

Women Judges And Merit Selection Under The Missouri Plan, Karen Tokarz

Washington University Law Review

The use of nonpartisan, merit judicial selection raises many public policy concerns: the effect of the procedure on the quality of judges ultimately chosen, the appropriate balance of public, professional, and government involvement in the process, the proper role of politics in judicial selection, and the influence of the selection and retention method on judicial decision-making. This Article addresses one additional facet of that debate: the impact of the Missouri Plan on women's opportunities to become judges. The research conducted by this author demonstrates that in Missouri, the mother state of merit selection, women paradoxically are elected to the ...


A Tribute To Judge Matthew J. Jasen, Sol Wachtler, Victor E. Manz, Charles D. Breitel, Hugh R. Jones, Albert M. Rosenblatt, Alan D. Scheinkman, Edward A. Sheridan, Michael B. Powers Jan 1986

A Tribute To Judge Matthew J. Jasen, Sol Wachtler, Victor E. Manz, Charles D. Breitel, Hugh R. Jones, Albert M. Rosenblatt, Alan D. Scheinkman, Edward A. Sheridan, Michael B. Powers

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.