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PAST ISSUES


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Youth and the Law (Issue 1 2008)

Foreword
by Helen M. Alvaré

A Slower Form of Death: Implications of Roper v. Simmons for Juveniles Sentenced to Life Without Parole
by Barry C. Feld

Gault's Legacy: Dignity, Due Process, and Adolescents' Liberty Interests in Living Donation
by Rhonda Gay Hartman

Envisioning a Juvenile Justice System That Supports Positive Youth Development
by James M. Frabutt, Kristen L. DiLuca & Kelly N. Graves

The Late-Modern Future of a Switch-Hitting Juvenile Court: Where Did It Come From? What Is It? And How Will We Know When It Arrives?
by Simon I. Singer

Because Retributive Justice is Necessary, Redemption is Possible
by Linda J. Collier, Esq.

Rethinking Juvenile Justice: Catholic Social Thought as a Vehicle for Reform
by Timothy J. Pillari

Judicial Waiver as the Only Equitable Method to Transfer Juvenile Offenders to Criminal Court
by William Hannan


The Judiciary (Issue 2 2008)

Foreword
by Jay Tidmarsh

Two Conceptions of Judicial Integrity: Traditional and Perfectionist Approaches to Issues of Morality and Social Justice
by Evelyn Keyes

Impartiality in Judicial Ethics: A Jurisprudential Analysis
by W. Bradley Wendel

When Judges are Accused: An Initial Look at the New Federal Judicial Misconduct Rules
by Arthur D. Hellman

Ethics in Transition: Unrepresented Litigants and the Changing Judicial Role
by Russell Engler

A "More Excellent Way": Judicial Imagination and the Art of Judging
by Leland P. Anderson

Judicial Campaign Speech and the Third Law of Motion
by Steven Lubet

Straddling the Fence Between Truth and Pretense: The Role of Law and Preference in Judicial Decision-Making and the Future of Judicial Independence
by Charles Gardner Geyh

Accountability Before the Fact
by Michael R. Dimino, Sr.

Pro-Life Judges and Judicial Bypass Cases
by Eric Parker Babbs

The Fourth Branch of the Government: Evaluating the Media's Role in Overseeing the Independent Judiciary
by Rachel Luberda


2007
Pope John Paul II and the Law
Aging America


2006
Law and Politics as Vocation
The American Worker


2005
Security & Liberty
Media Ethics


2004
Marriage and the Law
Criminal Punishment


2003
Bioethics
Religion in the Public Square


2002
Violence in America
Poverty and the Law


2001
Legal Education
International Security


2000
Ethics
Privacy and the Law


1999
Emerging Issues in Technology
Law and Religion


1998
Legal Issues in the Workplace
The Beginning and End of Life


1997
Race and the Law
Entitlements


1996
Culpability and the Law
Law and the Family


1995
Sexual Orientation
The Right to Die


1994
Voice in Government
Capital Punishment


1993
Rights of Children
Legal Ethics


1992
Women and the Law
Media and the Law


1991
Civil Disobedience
Drugs & Society
Serious Juvenile Crime


1990
Religion Clauses of the Constitution
AIDS


1989
Civic Virtue
Homelessness


1988
Medical Cost Containment
Schools and Society
Values in Education


1987
Agriculture
Corporate Responsibility


1986
Bioethics
Criminal Justice


1985
The Line Item Veto
Education
Liberty
The Ethics of International Organizations
The Economy


1984
Law and Morality

 
 
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