The Supreme Court is one of the last institutions – judicial or otherwise – immune from the watchful eye of television cameras. Should it be?
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Courtrooms have long been depicted as models of formality and decorum, but our informal survey of judges suggests that the scene is changing.
By Hon. David Prince
Every judge will be faced with a blocked-up docket at some point in their career, whether it’s of their own making or by inheritance. When you find yourself jealous of the storied one-armed paper hanger’s leisure time and your backlog is still growing, here are six sure-fire tips to tackle the beast.
U.C. Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, named the most influential voice in legal education by the National Jurist, will be our 133rd Justice Jackson Lecturer on April 30.
Our March Question of the Month asked if you could change one thing about being a judge, what would it be?