Volume 28, Number 3 ~ 2007

Articles

Background

The 2007 ABA Model Code of Judicial Conduct: Blueprint for a Generation of Judges
Mark I. Harrison

The Federal Judiciary and the ABA Model Code: The Parting of the Ways
Andrew J. Lievense and Avern Cohn

Perspectives on the New Code

Judges and Politics: What to Do and Not to Do About Some Inevitable Problems
Alan B. Morrison

More Judicial Disclosure and Disqualification: The Need for More Guidance
Leslie W. Abramson

The New ABA Judicial Code as a Basis for Discipline: Defending a Judge
Peter L. Ostermiller

Ethics for the Problem-Solving Court Judge: The New ABA Model Code
Louraine Arkfeld

Judicial Ethics and Assistance to Self-Represented Litigants
Jona Goldschmidt

Perspectives on Republican Party v. White

To Speak or Not to Speak: Unconstitutional Regulation in the Wake of White
James Bopp, Jr. and Anita Y. Woudenberg

How Much Speech for Judges?
Deborah Goldberg

Endorsements in Judicial Campaigns: The Ethics of Messaging
Rebecca Mae Salokar

Campaign Oversight Committees and the Challance of Perpetuating Ethical Judicial Elections
David Rottman

An Analysis of the States' Responses to Republican Party of Minnesota v. White
Keith Rollin Eakins and Karen Swenson

Educating for Judicial Ethics

Judicial Ethics Education in the Federal Courts
John S. Cooke

Judicial Ethics for All: An Expansive Approach to Judicial Ethics Education  
Ellen Rosenblum

Judicial Conduct Commissions

How Judicial Conduct Commissions Work
Cynthia Gray

Judicial Discipline Hearings Should Be Open
Robert H. Tembekjian

Judges Judging Judges: The Federal Judicial Misconduct Statutes and the Breyer Committee Report
Arthur D. Hellman

Legal Notes

2006 Judicial Election Litigation: A Post-White Update
William E. Raftery

I'm Sorry, Please Recuse Me Before I Hurt Myself
Robert M. Howard

The Code of Judicial Conduct and Lawyers' Ethics: A Little Case Study
Stephen L. Wasby

Of Note
Jolly A. Emrey