35 Ct. Rev. 1 (1998)

handle is hein.journals/ctrev35 and id is 1 raw text is: Volume 35, Issue 1,
R0 Spring 1998
Court Review
THE  JOURNAL  OF  THE  AMERICAN  JUDGES  ASSOCIATION

TA BLE              OF        CO N TEN TS
4  On Federalism: Preserving Strong Federal and State
Governments
Justice Sandra Day O'Connor

Judge Steve Leben
Johnson County, Kansas
Judge B. Michael Dann
Maricopa County, Arizona
Professor Julie Kunce Field
Washburn University
Professor Philip P Frickey
University of Minnesota
Judge Leslie G. Johnson
Amer. Academy of Judicial
Education
Professor Steven Lubet
Northwestern University
Dr. C. Robert Showalter, M.D.
Harrisonburg, Virginia
Professor Charles H. Whitebread
University of Southern California
Megan Moriarty
Jana Torok

Anne Kelly
Managing Editor
Charles E Campbell
Associate Editor

6   An Interview with Steven Lubet

12   The Myth of Epidemic False Allegations of Sexual Abuse in
Divorce Cases
Merrilyn McDonald
20   Courtroom Technology from the Judge's Perspective
Fredric L Lederer
26   BMW of North America, Inc. v. Gore: An Explanation of
Standards or a Mere Examination of the Constitutional
Boundaries of Punitive Damage Awards
Donnie E. Martin
32   The Hyde Bill: An Attempt to Resurrect the 1910 Three-Judge
Court Act
Tamara Hall

2   Editor's Note

3   President's Column
40   The Resource Page

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