Volume 47 | Issue 3

Volume 47 Issue Three

Symposium Issue

Crisis in the Judiciary

Forward: Crisis in the Judiciary

Stewart D. Aaron

Responding to the Crisis–-Reengineering Court Governance and Structure

Daniel J. Hall & Lee Suskin

Moving Past Crisis . . . Promoting Parity: How Effective Intergovernmental Relations Can Help Build a More Co-Equal Judicial Branch

Dr. Roger E. Hartley

The Sky is Falling (Again): Evaluating the Current Crisis in the Judiciary

Donald Campbell

Au Revoir, Voir Dire and Other Costly and Socioeconomically Unjust Judicial Practices

Marie D. Natoli

Shadow and Substance: The Impacts of the Anti-International Law Debate on State Court Judges

Martha F. Davis

Notes

The Problem of Politics and Appointments to the Federal Bench: Looking to England for Guidance in Creating a Less Politicized Process

Elizabeth Anderson

All the Kids Are Doing It: The Unconstitutionality of Enforcing Statutory Rape Laws Against Children & Teenagers

Danielle Flynn

Potholes in the Motor City: How Vacant Properties and Neighborhood Stabilization Can Subject Detroit and Similarly Situated Municipalities to Liability

Kimberly Kroha

I Think we Need to Talk This Out: Why Congress Needs to Mandate Pre-Foreclosure Mediation Under the Spending Clause

Jaclyn Latessa

Comments

While You Were Out: You Were Evicted–The Demise of Hotel Privacy in Commonwealth v. Molina

Alaina Anderson

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