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Much Ado About Little: Explaining The Sturm Und Drang Over The Citation Of Unpublished Opinions, Patrick J. Schiltz Sep 2005

Much Ado About Little: Explaining The Sturm Und Drang Over The Citation Of Unpublished Opinions, Patrick J. Schiltz

Washington and Lee Law Review

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The Dog That Did Not Bark: No-Citation Rules, Judicial Conference Rulemaking, And Federal Public Defenders, Stephen R. Barnett Sep 2005

The Dog That Did Not Bark: No-Citation Rules, Judicial Conference Rulemaking, And Federal Public Defenders, Stephen R. Barnett

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Take A Letter, Your Honor: Outing The Judicial Epistemology Of Hart V. Massanari, Penelope Pether Sep 2005

Take A Letter, Your Honor: Outing The Judicial Epistemology Of Hart V. Massanari, Penelope Pether

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Judges As Trustees: A Duty To Account And An Opportunity For Virtue, Sarah M. R. Cravens Sep 2005

Judges As Trustees: A Duty To Account And An Opportunity For Virtue, Sarah M. R. Cravens

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Publishing Dissent, Arthur J. Jacobson Sep 2005

Publishing Dissent, Arthur J. Jacobson

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Parades Of Horribles, Circles Of Hell: Ethical Dimensions Of The Publication Controversy, David S. Caudill Sep 2005

Parades Of Horribles, Circles Of Hell: Ethical Dimensions Of The Publication Controversy, David S. Caudill

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Judicial Triage: Reflections On The Debate Over Unpublished Opinions, David C. Vladeck, Mitu Gulati Sep 2005

Judicial Triage: Reflections On The Debate Over Unpublished Opinions, David C. Vladeck, Mitu Gulati

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Unspoken Questions In The Rule 32.1 Debate: Precedent And Psychology In Judging, David E. Klein Sep 2005

Unspoken Questions In The Rule 32.1 Debate: Precedent And Psychology In Judging, David E. Klein

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Much Ado About The Tip Of An Iceberg, William M. Richman Sep 2005

Much Ado About The Tip Of An Iceberg, William M. Richman

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Fourth Circuit Publication Practices, Carl Tobias Sep 2005

Fourth Circuit Publication Practices, Carl Tobias

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Commentary: Unpublication And The Judicial Concept Of Audience, Joan M. Shaughnessy Sep 2005

Commentary: Unpublication And The Judicial Concept Of Audience, Joan M. Shaughnessy

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Saving Section 5: Lessons From Consent Decrees And Ex Parte Young, Pratik A. Shah Jun 2005

Saving Section 5: Lessons From Consent Decrees And Ex Parte Young, Pratik A. Shah

Washington and Lee Law Review

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