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    Judicial Independence

    On October 17, 2005, a symposium titled “Bench Press: The Collision of Media, Politics, Public Pressure, and an Independent Judiciary” was held at the JW Marriott Hotel. The symposium focused on the…

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    Supreme Court Watch

    Professor Gillers talked via telephone about the nomination of Judge John Roberts to the U.S. Supreme Court and potential conflicts of interest and future recusal in cases before the…

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    Judiciary as an Equal Branch of Government

    Former White House Counsel Abner Mikva and Judge Shirley Abrahamson from the Wisconsin Supreme Court spoke about the status of the judiciary as an equal branch of the federal government…

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    Freedom of Expression

    Panelists and four Washington, DC students talk about how the U.S. Constitution has preserved freedoms, especially those listed in the first amendment. Hypothetical situations were created…

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    What Drives Legal Ethics?

    A panel of federal judges and law school professors met to discuss legal ethics and the driving forces behind the moral behavior of attorneys.

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    To Recuse or Not to Recuse

    Professor Nesson moderated this discussion on the problem of conflicts of interest and impartiality in judicial proceedings. They examined the reasons why judges should decide to disqualify…

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    Justice and the Media

    From Athens, Georgia, the University of Georgia, School of Law hosted a Panel discussion on “Justice and the Media.” The participants discussed the implications that high-profile court cases,…

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    What Remains of Litigation Ethics?

    At the twelfth annual Federal Circuit Judicial Conference, which took place in Washington, D.C., courts in the federal circuit issued decisions on cases involving federal claims,…

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