64 Ark. L. Rev. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/arklr64 and id is 1 raw text is: ARKANSAS
LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 64                NUMBER 1
Symposium Issue
Symposium on Judicial Elections
Hartman Hotz Lecture
Constitutionalizing Judicial Ethics: Judicial Elections After Republican Party
of Minnesota v. White, Caperton, and Citizens United
Ronald D. Rotunda                    * I
Essays
Selection of Judges
Robert L. Brown                    * 71
Judicial Elections, Campaigning, and the First Amendment: Looking Past the
Hype and Hysteria to Democracy
Wendell Grifen                     *77
Electiones Regnat
Timothy Davis Fox                   *89
Campaign Contributions, Campaign Involvement, and Judicial Recusal
Howard W. Brill                    * 103
Caperton, Due Process, and Judicial Duty: Recusal Oversight in Patrons'
Cases
Steve Sheppard                     * 113
Articles
Who Do They Think They Are?
Donald P. Judges                    * 119

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