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Reflections on judging

By: Posner, Richard A.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London Hardvard University Press 2013Description: ix,380p. illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780674725089.Subject(s): Judicial process -- United States | Appellate procedure -- United StatesDDC classification: 347.409730092
Contents:
The road to 219 South Dearborn Street -- The federal judiciary evolves -- The challenge of complexity -- Formalism and realism in appellate decision making -- The inadequate appellate record -- Coping strategies for appellate judges I : judicial self-restraint -- Coping strategies for appellate judges II : interpretation -- Make it simple, make it new : opinion writing and appellate advocacy -- Forays into the district court -- What can be done, modestly?
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The road to 219 South Dearborn Street -- The federal judiciary evolves -- The challenge of complexity -- Formalism and realism in appellate decision making -- The inadequate appellate record -- Coping strategies for appellate judges I : judicial self-restraint -- Coping strategies for appellate judges II : interpretation -- Make it simple, make it new : opinion writing and appellate advocacy -- Forays into the district court -- What can be done, modestly?

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