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Chief Justice makes Court of Appeal administrative presiding justice appointment

It might be the Governor who appoints or nominates Court of Appeal justices and presiding justices, but it’s California’s Chief Justice who chooses an administrative presiding justice for those Courts of Appeal with more than one division (currently, the First, … Continue reading

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Framing a “Gatekeeper of Justice Whistleblowing Obligation”

Christine Parker, Suzanne Le Mire and Anita Mackay, Lawyers, Confidentiality and Whistleblowing: Lessons from the McCabe Tobacco Litigation, 40 Melb U. L. Rev. 999 (2017). Francesca Bartlett In Lawyers, Confidentiality and Whistleblowing, Christine Parker, Suzanne Le Mire and Anita MacKay … Continue reading

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"A Smarter Approach to Federal Assistance with State-Level Criminal Justice Reform"

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Supreme People’s Court & Supreme Court Justice Roberts’ 2017 year-end report

Chief Justice John Roberts of the United States Supreme Court may be surprised to learn that a translated version of his 2017 year-end report on the federal courts was recently published by the People’s Court Daily, as it has been … Continue reading

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Candid confession of error on mandatory minimums from former Idaho Attorney General and Chief Justice

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