The Responsible Judge: Readings in Judicial Ethics

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The editors and publisher are grateful for permission to the following for granting use of their material:
Reprinted with permission of Macmillan Publishing Company from Bribes by John T. Noonan Jr. Copyright © 1984 by Macmillan Publishing Company, a Division of Macmillan, Inc.
Lord Denning, "The Picture of Justice," in The Closing Chapter, 1983. Courtesy of Butterworths.
Otto Kirchheimer, "Conditions of Judicial Action," in Political Justice: The Use of Legal Procedure for Political Ends. Copyright © 1961 (renewed 1989) by Princeton University Press. Reprinted by permission of Princeton University Press.
Philip Elman, "'The Solicitor General's Office, Justice Frankfurter, and Civil Rights Litigation, 1946-60." Copyright © 1987 by the Harvard Law Review Association. Courtesy of the Harvard Law Review and Philip Elman.
Philip Elman, "No Impropriety in Frankfurter Conversations," the New York Times, letter to the editor, April 1, 1987. Courtesy of Philip Elman.
From Joseph Story and the American Constitution by James McClellan. Copyright © 1971 by the University of Oklahoma Press. Courtesy of the University of Oklahoma Press.
Lon L. Fuller, "The Forms and Limits of Adjudication". Copyright © 1978 by the Harvard Law Review Association. Courtesy of John J. Roche, Trustee, Lon L. Fuller Trust, and the Harvard Law Review.
Reprinted by permission of Louisiana State University Press from Scottsboro: A Tragedy of the American South by Dan T. Carter. Copyright © 1969, 1979 by Louisiana State University Press.
An editorial, "Raping Justice." Courtesy of The Tampa Tribune.
Robert Cover, "Some Paradigms of Judicial Rhetoric," in Justice Accused: Antislavery and the Judicial Process ( Yale University Press, 1975). By permission of Yale University Press.
Alexander Bickel, "Neither Force Nor Will," in The Least Dangerous Branch ( Yale University Press, 1962). By permission of Yale University Press.
Guido Calabresi, "When Ideals Clash," in Ideals, Beliefs, Attitudes, and the Law, 1985. Courtesy of Syracuse University Press.
Jeffrie Murphy, "Mercy and Legal Justice," in Social Philosophy and Policy, 1987. Courtesy of Basil Blackwell and Jeffrie Murphy.
Walter F. Murphy, Elements of Judicial Strategy. Published by The University of Chicago. Copyright © 1964. Courtesy of Walter F. Murphy and by permission of The University of Chicago Press.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, "Remarks on Writing Separately," Washington Law Review, 1990. Courtesy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Washington Law Review.
Reprinted by permission of the publishers from Agent Orange on Trial by Peter H. Schuck, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. Copyright © 1986, 1987 by Marcy Schuck, Trustee.
Lois F. Forer, "When Should Judges Be Whistle Blowers?" The Judge's Journal (Summer 1988). Reprinted by permission of the American Bar Association and Lois F. Forer.
Martha Minow and Elizabeth V. Spelman, "Passion for Justice," 1988. Courtesy of Martha Minow, Elizabeth V. Spelman, and the Cardozo Law Review.
John Noonan, "Bias and Biographers," Saint Louis University Law Journal, 1990. Courtesy of the Saint Louis University Law Journal.
Joseph R. Grodin, In Pursuit of Justice: Reflections of a State Supreme Court Justice, pages 162- 164, 167-183. Copyright © 1989 The Regents of the University of California. By permission of the University of California Press.
Patricia Ward, "Collegiality and Other Operating Constraints." Copyright © 1987 by the Harvard Law Review Association. Courtesy of the Harvard Law Review.
An editorial, "The Letter of the Law," February 21, 1989, The [Lakeland, Florida] Ledger. Courtesy of The Ledger.

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