Daedalus 143:3 (Summer 2014) - The Invention of Courts

Daedalus 143:3 (Summer 2014) - The Invention of Courts

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D�dalus was founded in 1955 as the Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. It draws on the enormous intellectual capacity of the American Academy, whose members are among the nation's most prominent thinkers in the arts, sciences, and humanities. The theme for the Summer 2014 issue is "The Invention of Courts."


Introduction: The Invention of Courts
Linda Greenhouse

Reinventing Courts as Democratic Institutions
Judith Resnik

State Courts: Enabling Access
Jonathan Lippman

When Legal Representation is Deficient: The Challenge of Immigration Cases for the Courts
Robert A. Katzmann

Gideon�s Problematic Promises
Carol S. Steiker

Uncommon Law: America�s Excessive Criminal Law & Our Common-Law Origins
Jonathan Simon

Justice for the Masses? Aggregate Litigation & Its Alternatives
Deborah R. Hensler

Innovating to Improve Access: Changing the Way Courts Regulate Legal Markets
Gillian K. Hadfield

Trusting the Courts: Redressing the State Court Funding Crisis
Michael J. Graetz

Our Informationally Disabled Courts
Frederick Schauer

A Grin without a Cat: The Continuing Decline & Displacement of Trials in American Courts
Marc Galanter & Angela M. Frozena

Courting Ignorance: Why We Know So Little About Our Most Important Courts
Stephen C. Yeazell

The Courts in American Public Culture
Susan S. Silbey

(Anti)Canonizing Courts
Jamal Greene

Justice & Memory: South Africa�s Constitutional Court
Kate O�Regan

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149635474
Publisher: MIT Press
Publication date: 06/26/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 179
File size: 3 MB

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