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Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review 2020 Seattle University School of Law

Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review

Seattle University Law Review

Table of Contents


Federal Sentencing: A Judge’S Personal Sentencing Journey Told Through The Voices Of Offenders He Sentenced, Mark W. Bennett 2020 Drake University Law School

Federal Sentencing: A Judge’S Personal Sentencing Journey Told Through The Voices Of Offenders He Sentenced, Mark W. Bennett

Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

Federal sentencing is a tragic mess. Thirty years of conflicting legislative experiments began with high hopes but resulted in mass incarceration. Federal sentences, especially in drug cases, are all too often bone-crushingly severe.

In this Article, the Honorable Mark Bennett, a retired federal judge, shares about his journey with federal sentencing and his strong disagreement with the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines by telling the stories of some of the 400 men and women he sentenced during his twenty-five years as a federal judge.


Pillars Of Justice: Lawyers And The Liberal Tradition, By Owen Fiss, Saba Samanian 2020 Osgoode Hall Law School of York University

Pillars Of Justice: Lawyers And The Liberal Tradition, By Owen Fiss, Saba Samanian

Osgoode Hall Law Journal

AT TIMES, IT IS POSSIBLE TO UNDERESTIMATE, or perhaps momentarily forget, the individuals who have been instrumental in shaping the evolution of the justice system. Thankfully, Pillars of Justice by Owen Fiss serves as a reminder of the resilience and the triumph of such individuals. Each chapter of the book is dedicated to someone who he considers to have made a significant contribution to justice, and, as such, has become a personal hero.


The Passion Of John Paul Stevens, Linda Greenhouse 2020 Yale Law School

The Passion Of John Paul Stevens, Linda Greenhouse

Michigan Law Review

Review of John Paul Stevens' The Making of a Justice: Reflections on My First 94 Years.


Dean's Desk: Amid Covid-19 Shutdown, Iu Maurer Displays Resilience, Austen L. Parrish 2020 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Dean's Desk: Amid Covid-19 Shutdown, Iu Maurer Displays Resilience, Austen L. Parrish

Austen Parrish (2014-)

The spring semester is coming to a close in Bloomington, but in ways none of us expected. The COVID-19 pandemic required us to shift to teaching remotely in a matter of days, and all on-campus events — including commencement — have been canceled or postponed. Fortunately, when classes resumed remotely March 30, our students, faculty and staff more than rose to the occasion and pulled together, and the transition has been smoother than expected.

Our community’s resilience and positive attitude through the pandemic have led me to reflect more broadly on the wonderful support — financial and otherwise — we receive from alumni ...


That Further Shore: A Memoir Of Irish Roots And American Promise [Table Of Contents], John D. Feerick 2020 Fordham University

That Further Shore: A Memoir Of Irish Roots And American Promise [Table Of Contents], John D. Feerick

Biography

A rare and evocative memoir of a respected constitutional scholar, dedicated public servant, political reformer, and facilitator of peace in the land of his ancestors

John D. Feerick’s life has all the elements of a modern Horatio Alger story: the poor boy who achieves success by dint of his hard work. But Feerick brought other elements to that classical American success story: his deep religious faith, his integrity, and his paramount concern for social justice. In his memoir, The Further Shore, Feerick shares his inspiring story, from its humble beginnings born to immigrant parents in the South Bronx, going ...


"The Function Of The Independent Lawyer As A Guardian Of Our Freedom": The Great Stevens Dissent In Walters, Andrew Koppelman 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

"The Function Of The Independent Lawyer As A Guardian Of Our Freedom": The Great Stevens Dissent In Walters, Andrew Koppelman

Northwestern University Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Personal History Of The Law Review, John Paul Stevens 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

A Personal History Of The Law Review, John Paul Stevens

Northwestern University Law Review

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Justice Stevens And The Project Of Perfecting The Constitution, Katherine Shaw 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Justice Stevens And The Project Of Perfecting The Constitution, Katherine Shaw

Northwestern University Law Review

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Price-Fixing In The Motion Picture Industry, John Paul Stevens 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Price-Fixing In The Motion Picture Industry, John Paul Stevens

Northwestern University Law Review

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Is Justice Irrelevant?, John Paul Stevens 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Is Justice Irrelevant?, John Paul Stevens

Northwestern University Law Review

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Sixty-Five Oral Arguments Were Not Enough: A Tribute To Justice Stevens From Across The Bench, Carter G. Phillips 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Sixty-Five Oral Arguments Were Not Enough: A Tribute To Justice Stevens From Across The Bench, Carter G. Phillips

Northwestern University Law Review

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Judging And Baseball, Merritt E. McAlister 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Judging And Baseball, Merritt E. Mcalister

Northwestern University Law Review

No abstract provided.


In Memoriam, Hannah Mullen 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

In Memoriam, Hannah Mullen

Northwestern University Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Photo Tribute, 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

A Photo Tribute

Northwestern University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Introductory Comment, Seventy-Fifth Volume, John Paul Stevens 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Introductory Comment, Seventy-Fifth Volume, John Paul Stevens

Northwestern University Law Review

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Monopoly Or Monopolization––A Reply To Professor Rostow, Edward R. Johnston, John Paul Stevens 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Monopoly Or Monopolization––A Reply To Professor Rostow, Edward R. Johnston, John Paul Stevens

Northwestern University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Paradox Of Justice John Paul Stevens, Sonja R. West, Dahlia Lithwick 2020 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

The Paradox Of Justice John Paul Stevens, Sonja R. West, Dahlia Lithwick

Northwestern University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Communitarian Work And Vision(S) Of Robert Cochran (And Thomas Shaffer), Richard W. Garnett 2020 Pepperdine University

The Communitarian Work And Vision(S) Of Robert Cochran (And Thomas Shaffer), Richard W. Garnett

Pepperdine Law Review

Professor Robert Cochran’s work and thought were powerfully shaped by those of his friend, mentor, and teacher, the late Professor Thomas Shaffer, a towering figure in the religious lawyering movement. A leading theme in Shaffer’s writing, one that has continued through and been developed in Cochran’s, is “community.” This Essay explores and unpacks this theme and highlights several ways that the idea of “community” functions in their vision of the lawyer’s role and vocation.


Abraham Lincoln And The Cardinal Virtue Of Practical Reason, Brett G. Scharffs 2020 Pepperdine University

Abraham Lincoln And The Cardinal Virtue Of Practical Reason, Brett G. Scharffs

Pepperdine Law Review

Practical wisdom is an elusive concept. This Article focuses on a case in which Abraham Lincoln, prior to his election as President, participated (or more accurately did not participate) to frame a discussion of what practical wisdom means and how it makes a difference for lawyers.


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