Judges on Judging: Views from the Bench

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Appendix A Selected Bibliography of Off-the-Bench Commentaries

Abrahamson Shirley S. "Judging in the Quiet of the Storm." 24 St. Mary's Law Journal 965 ( 1993).

-----. "Toward A Courtroom of One's Own: An Appellate Court Judge Looks at Gender Bias." 61 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1209 ( 1993).

-----. "Criminal Law and State Constitutions: The Emergence of State Constitutional Law." 63 Texas Law Review 1141 ( 1985).

-----. "The Woman Has Robes: Four Questions." 14 Golden Gate University Law Review 489 ( 1984).

-----. "How Tootsie the Goldfish Is Teaching People to Think like a Judge." Judges Journal 12 (Spring 1982).

Adams Arlin M. "Judicial Restraint, The Best Medicine." 60 Judicature 179 ( 1976).

Alarcon Arthur. "Off-the-Bench Criticism of Supreme Court Decisions by Judges Fosters Disrespect for the Rule of Law and Politicizes Our System of Justice." 28 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 795 ( 1995).

-----. "Political Appointments and Judicial Independence--An Unreasonable Expectation." 16 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 9 ( 1983).

Aldisert Ruggero J. "Precedent: What It Is and What It Isn't; When Do We Kiss It and When Do We Kill It?" 17 Pepperdine Law Review 605 ( 1990).

-----. "Philosophy, Jurisprudence, and Jurisprudential Temperament of Federal Judges." 20 Indiana Law Review 453 ( 1987).

-----. "The House of the Law." 19 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 755 ( 1986).

-----. "What Makes a Good Appellate Judge? Four Views." Judges' Journal 14 (Spring 1983).

-----. "The Nature of the Judicial Process: Revisited." 49 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1 ( 1980).

-----. "The Role of the Courts in Contemporary Society." 38 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 437 ( 1977).

Arnold Richard S., and Bright Myron H. "Oral Argument? It May Be Crucial!" American Bar Association Journal 68 ( September 1984).

Baldwin Henry. A General View of the Origin and Nature of the Constitution and Government oft he United States. Philadelphia: Clark, 1837.

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