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Sandra Day O'Connor Project on the State of the Judiciary : Federalist Society 2007 National Lawyers Convention.


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Washington, DC : Georgetown University Law Center, [2008]
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  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • pages 1159-1466 ; 26 cm
Includes transcript of symposium held at Georgetown University Law Center, October 17, 2007, and transcript of a panel held at the 2007 Annual National Lawyers Convention, November 16, 2007. Symposium issue of Georgetown journal of legal ethics, volume 21, number 4 (fall 2008). Cover title.
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Articles. Emotional conflicts : impaired dispassionate representation of family members / Sande L. Buhai
  • Robbing Peter to pay Paul : the conflict of interest problem in sibling class actions / Richard P. Stuhan & Sean P. Costello
  • Sandra Day O'Connor Project on the State of the Judiciary. Justice in peril : the endangered balance between impartial courts and judicial election campaigns / Bert Brandenburg & Roy A. Schotland
  • The endless judicial selection debate and why it matters for judicial independence / Charles Gardner Geyh
  • State courts and judicial outreach / Ruth V. McGregor
  • Conduct and its oversight in judicial elections : can friendly persuasion outperform the power to regulate? / David B. Rottman
  • Republican Party of Minnesota v. White : what are the alternatives? / Kathleen M. Sullivan
  • The debate over judicial elections and state court / [speakers in transcript], Sandra Day O'Connor and others
  • Federalist Society 2007 National Lawyers Convention. Litigation & professional responsibility : is overlawyering overtaking democracy? / David M. Schizer, moderator ; Theodore Eisenberg, panelist, and others.
O'Connor, Sandra Day, 1930- Stanford Law School graduate, LL.B. (1952)
Georgetown University. School of Law.
Related Work:
Georgetown journal of legal ethics.
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Federalist Society 2007 National Lawyers Convention.

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