Advocating Independence and Integrity in American Justice
The American Judicature Society is an independent, non-partisan membership organization working nationally to protect the integrity of the American justice system. AJS’s diverse and broadly based membership — including judges, lawyers, and members of the public promotes fair and impartial courts through research, publications, education, and advocacy for judicial reform. The work of AJS focuses primarily on judicial diversity, judicial ethics, judicial selection, access to justice, criminal justice reform, and the jury system.
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The Autumn 2017 issue of Judicature, published by the Duke Law Center for Judicial studies, includes a timely article entitled "The State of the Judiciary." In the article, a panel of Duke law faculty and alumni judges, joined by Duke Law School Dean David F. Levi,...
In July 2017, Cynthia Gray, Director of the NCSC Center for Judicial Ethics updated the research resource entitled "Social Media and Judicial Ethics." The resource contains the following information : Citations to judicial ethics advisory opinions on social media...
On September 29, 2017, Douglas Keith and Laila Robbins of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law, released a research paper entitled "Legislative Appointments for Judges: Lessons from South Carolina, Virginia, and Rhode Island." Noting...
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