Judges on Judging: Views from the Bench

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Acknowledgments
I AM grateful to the following justices, judges, and publishers for their support and permission to print excerpts from the off-the-bench commentaries included herein:
Chief Justice Warren E. Burger for excerpts from his Presidential Address, delivered to the Bentham Club, University College, London ( 2 February 1972).
Harvard University Press for excerpts from The Supreme Court in the American System of Government by Robert H. Jackson, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, Copyright © 1955 by William Eldred Jackson and G. Bowdoin Craighill Jr., Executors, © 1983 by William Eldred Jackson.
Judge Roger J. Miner for permission to reprint his speech, given at the annual dinner of the American University Law Review ( 4 April 1992.), and which appears in 41 American University Law Review1075 ( 1992).
Judge Marvin E. Frankel for excerpts from the Third Annual Tom Sealy Law and Free Society Lecture at the University of Texas School of Law ( 20 November 1975), which appears in 54 Texas Law Review465 ( 1976).
Judge Alex Kozinski for his speech at the Symposium on the California Judiciary, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, and appearing in 26 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review993 ( 1993).
Judge Stephen Reinhardt for excerpts from his 1993 address at Loyola Law School's St. Thomas More Law Honor Society Medallion Award Banquet appearing in 27 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review1 ( 1993).
Justice Lewis F. Powell Jr., for his remarks delivered at the Southwestern Legal Foundation ( 1 May 1980).
Justice William H. Rehnquist for the Ninth Annual Will E. Orgain Lecture, at the University of Texas School of Law ( 12 May 1976), which also appears in 54 Texas Law Review693 ( 1976).
Justice John Paul Stevens for an excerpt from the James Madison Lecture, New York University School of Law ( 17 October 1982), which was published in 58 New York University Law Review1 ( 1983).
Cornell University Law Review for permission to reprint portions of "The Role of Oral Argument," by Justice John M. Harlan II, from 41 Cornell Law Review6 ( 1955), Copyright Cornell University.
Retired Chief Justice Walter V. Schaefer for excerpts from the Ernst Freund Lecture, University of Chicago Law School ( 21 April 1955), and appearing in 34 University of Chicago Law Review3 ( 1966).

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