Writing at Slate, Bert Brandenburg of the Justice at Stake Campaign cites the recent election results as casting further doubt on many business advocates' crusade for partisan elections as a way of picking judges, and quotes my comments this summer on the subject. And Eric Dixon at Missouri's Show-Me Institute adds further thoughts, with a kind word for me along the way.
Judicial selection and business, cont'd
- Prosser ahead in Wisconsin
- Trial lawyers now funding Republican candidates for Alabama Supreme Court
- Around the web, March 1
- "New York Takes Step on Money in Judicial Elections"
- Election day
- Beasley Allen's hidden support for Alabama Supreme Court candidate
- "The Assault on the Elected Judiciary"
- Justice Ginsburg: states should give up on electing judges
- Thoughts on the Litigation Lottery II
- Jury selection in New York
- Election miscellany
- WSJ on jury service reforms
- City juries and suburban juries
- Some interstitial thoughts on judicial selection and elections
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