I’ll be discussing the 4 ballot items on the ballot that affect the courts here on the blog, but I’ve recorded/published several items that readers might be interested in.
For fans of paper (or at least PDF) I wrote this for NCSC’s new Trends: Close Up publication.
I recorded this item for the newest NCSC video series call Court Buzz.
For those who like podcasts, I also did this podcast for NCSC’s other (relatively) new product/podcast series called Court Talk.
I have this
Up, down, all around: Legislative proposals to change state supreme court compositions gaining popularity.
in the latest edition of Judicature. The article discusses many of the items brought up in earlier blog postings.
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I just received word that for the fourth year in a row Gavel to Gavel the blog has been named one of the ABA Journal Top 100 Blawgs (law blogs). It is an incredible honor and it (literally) could not have happened without the support of you, the readers. Thanks!
I also want to thank LexisNexis, which provides the access to the legislative database that is the backbone of Gavel to Gavel.
For those interested I’ve got a piece in the latest issue of Judicature on legislation to increase or remove mandatory retirement ages for judges.
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