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Archive: January 2020

Scholarly conference examines new research on judicial administration and processes

Posted on January 7, 2020

Legal scholars gathered at Duke Law to discuss judicial administration and judicial processes during a roundtable conference on Thursday, Dec. 12. Organized by Duke Law Professor Marin Levy (pictured right) and sponsored by the Bolch Judicial Institute, the conference brought together some of the nation’s foremost scholars of judicial administration to discuss their works-in-progress on Continue Reading »

LLM thesis papers give Duke Law journal a view from inside the judiciary

Posted on June 5, 2019

Duke’s oldest law journal, Law & Contemporary Problems, has published several thesis papers written by judges who are graduates of the Bolch Judicial Institute’s Master of Judicial Studies program. The papers comprise a special edition of the journal titled The Study of Judicial Institutions: A View from the Inside (Vol. 82 No. 2), and journal Continue Reading »

Scholarly conference examines judicial administration and processes

Posted on December 14, 2018

Legal scholars gathered at Duke to discuss judicial administration and judicial processes during a roundtable conference on Friday, Dec. 14. Organized by Duke Law Professor Marin Levy and sponsored by the Bolch Judicial Institute, the conference assembled some of the nation’s foremost scholars of judicial administration and focused on new and emerging research. “It is Continue Reading »