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Following inclement weather and ongoing storm recovery, the Tarlton Law Library will close at 6pm on Friday (2/3) and Saturday (2/4). Regular hours will resume Sunday (2/5).
This guide provides an overview of resources for judicial clerks, including possible titles of interest on clerking, judging, and opinion writing, as well as selected materials from relevant organizations.
Produced quarterly by ABA Judicial Division. The Division's award-winning quarterly publication is one of the nation's foremost judicial journals and the authoritative source on innovations in the justice system. Judges' Journal is designed to keep members current on issues affecting the courts and promote discussion about the direction of the judicial process.
Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judges (NAALJ), the largest professional organization devoted exclusively to administrative adjudication devoted to the executive branch of government.
Directory with biographical information for more than 20,000 judges in all levels of federal, state and local courts with jurisdictional, structural and geographical facts on the courts they serve, as provided by federal sources and by the individual states. 3,400+ page volume set is published annually.
Hosted by David F. Levi, director of the Bolch Judicial Institute, former dean of Duke Law, and former Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California. In Judgment Calls, Levi interviews judges about their work, their lives, and the challenges and opportunities they see in their courts.
A podcast featuring three sitting women state Supreme Court justices discussing their experiences on their state‘s highest court. Featuring Justice Rhonda Wood of Arkansas, Chief Justice Bridget McCormack of Michigan, and Justice Beth Walker of West Virginia. Early episodes also include then Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman.