Vol 35, No 2 (2002)

Symposium: Caught in the Middle: The Role of State Intermediate Appellate Courts

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Indiana Law Review

Symposium

Caught in the Middle: The Role of State Intermediate Appellate Courts PDF
Edward W. Najam, Jr. 329-334
Supreme Court Monitoring of State Courts in the Twenty-first Century PDF
Michael E. Solimine 335-364
Supreme Court Monitoring of State Courts in the Twenty-first Century: A Response to Professor Solimine PDF
Jeffrey W. Grove 365-374
Appellate Reform: The Appellate Process Task Force Model PDF
Gary E. Strankman 375-380
The Special Professional Challenges of Appellate Judging PDF
Randall T. Shepard 381-398
The Practice of Precedent: Anastasoff, Noncitation Rules, and the Meaning of Precedent in an Interpretive Community PDF
Lauren Robel 399-422
Citability and the Nature of Precedent in the Courts of Appeals: A Response to Dean Robel PDF
Jeffrey O. Cooper 423-434
Thinking About the Supreme Court After Bush v. Gore PDF
Linda Greenhouse 435-450
Oral Argument: Does It Matter? PDF
Warren D. Wolfson 451-456
Address from Chief Judge Eagles PDF
Sidney S. Eagles Jr. 457-466
Managing Caseflow in State Intermediate Appellate Courts: What Mechanisms, Practices, and Procedures Can Work to Reduce Delay? PDF
Richard B. Hoffman, Barry Mahoney 467-556

Lectures

International Codes of Research Ethics: Current Controversies and the Future PDF
Robert J. Levine 557-568

Notes

Choosing Life: Proposing Immunity for Mothers Who Abandon Their Newborns PDF
Jill M. Acklin 569-592
Giving Until It Hurts: Prisoners Are Not the Answer to the National Organ Shortage PDF
Whitney Hinkle 593-620
Strengthening Motivational Analysis Under the Establishment Clause: Proposing a Burden-Shifting Standard PDF
Paul Jefferson 621-648


ISSN: 0090-4198