Volume 12, Fall 1996, Issue 1
Note:This issue assembles remarks and writings related to the broad topic of judicial independence.
The Constitutional and Historical Origins of Judicial Independence: Testimony of Louis H. Pollak Before the Commission on Separation of Powers and Judicial Independence, October 11, 1996
Louis H. Pollak
The American Bar Association's Integral Role in the Federal Judicial Selection Process: Excerpted Testimony of Roberta Cooper Ramo and N. Lee Cooper Before the Judiciary Committee of the United States Senate, May 21, 1996
Roberta Cooper Ramo and N. Lee Cooper
Judicial Independence in Administrative Adjudication: Indiana's Environmental Solution
Lori Kyle Endris and Wayne E. Penrod
Suffering Against Their Will: The Terminally Ill and Physician Assisted Suicide--a Constitutional Analysis
Helene Brodowski and Marybeth Malloy
The Clergy-Communicant Privilege in the Age of Electronic Surveillance
Terrence T. Kossegi and Barbara Stegun Phair
Constitutional Challenges to Official English Legislation
Carmen B. Tigreros
Romer v. Evans: Judicial Judgment or Emotive Utterance?
Monte E. Kuligowski