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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
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"Pages 1 to 378"--Spine.
Papers first presented in a March 2004 symposium sponsored by the Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy, held at Cardozo Law School and published in 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 331-709 (2005).
|Description:||vii, 377 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||In defense of filibustering judicial nominations / Catherine Fisk & Erwin Chemerinsky --
Merit v. ideology / Michael J. Gerhardt --
Recess appointments of Article III judges : three constitutional questions / Edward A. Hartnett --
Abandoning recess appointments? : a comment on Hartnett and others / Michael Herz --
Should ideology matter in selecting federal judges? : ground rules for the debate / Dawn E. Johnsen --
Appointing federal judges : the president, the senate and the prisoner's dilemma / David S. Law --
Constitutional law as political spoils / William P. Marshall --
Supermajority rules and the judicial confirmation process / John O. McGinnis & Michael B. Rappaport --
Judicial selection and democratic theory : demand, supply, and life tenure / Judith Resnik --
Judicial selection ideology versus character / Lawrence B. Solum --
Dress rehearsal politics and the case of earmarked judicial nominees / David A. Yalof.
|Other Titles:||Reconsidering the federal judicial appointments process
Cardozo law review
|Responsibility:||contributions by Erwin Chemerinsky [and others].|