Reflections from the Bench
Personal essays by your fellow judges (active or retired) talking about their experiences in the judiciary. Have an idea for an essay? Email it to email@example.com.
By Judge Bruce E. Moore
We administrative law judges often feel, at best, misunderstood by our trial-judge brethren and, at worst, looked down upon.
By Judge Don Ash
Change has always made me feel uncomfortable. I like to know which path I am choosing, where the path is going, and what path is next. I have applied the same philosophy as a trial judge. The best days on the bench for me are those when everyone is prepared and the proceedings move in a fashion
By Judge David J. Dreyer
I live in Indiana. My daughter lives in Oregon. She never calls. But one night long ago she did send me a text.