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Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Judicial Process Course Materials - Version 2

It’s good to be back at Prawfs just in time for another Supreme Court nomination, which is sure to generate all manner of discussion over the proper nature of the judicial role.  In order that I might get the blatantly self-promotional portion of my stint out of the way early, allow me to suggest that I have just the thing for those about to participate in those discussions.  That’s right: a new, expanded, and improved (Now with Table of Contents!) version of the Judicial Process course materials that made their debut in this very spot back in November 2008.  Get yours here.

As was the case with the initial set of materials, there remains much for me to add.  Still, I hope that this version will be useful to those looking to teach or do research in the area.  I welcome all suggestions for improvement, including by those who wish to recommend their own work for inclusion.

Posted by Chad Oldfather on May 5, 2010 at 03:38 PM in Judicial Process | Permalink

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Chad,

The piece here:

http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1399065

cites your work on judicial inactivism, and there may be a place for it in your coursework. It's forthcoming (theoretically, any day now, but the journal it placed in is running behind, since I've gotten no proofs).

Anyway, thought you might like to see the piece, since it cites your work.

Posted by: Matthew Reid Krell | May 5, 2010 5:50:29 PM

Mr. Oldfather,

Many thanks for this. This is the kind of material that I wish we could find on every subject. I will take a look for sure. Very good of you for sharing.

Francis Barragan

Posted by: Francis Barragan | May 5, 2010 11:18:41 PM

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