The draft advisory opinion pays lip service that it is important for judges to be civically engaged
By embracing judicial partisanship, Sotomayor and Ginsburg have cast themselves as the most political justices in the Court’s recent history.
Sadly, it is no surprise that the Codes of Conduct Committee would employ a political rather than a judicial process to give us its draft advisory opinion. We deserve to ...
The damage threatened by the Committee on Codes of Conduct’s draft advisory opinion extends to strata of society.
The Committee on Codes of Conduct proposed a standard that would deal a serious blow to judges’ involvement with the legal profession and the institutions that educate future lawyers.