49 Ct. Rev. 1 (2013)

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Volume 49, Issue 1
Review

THE  JOURNAL  OF  THE  AMERICAN  JUDGES  ASSOCIATION

TABLE

Judge Steve Leben
Kansas Court of Appeals
Professor Alan Tomkins
University of Nebraska
Elizabeth Neeley Ph.D.
University of Nebraska
Kate Lorenz
Kansas Court of Appeals

Kelly Lynn Anders
Omaha, Nebraska

Judge Karen Arnold-Burger
Overland Park, Kansas
Pamela Casey, Ph. D.
National Center for State Courts
Judge B. Michael Dann
National Institute of Justice
Julie Kunce Field
Fort Collins, Colorado
Mark D. Hinderks
Leawood, Kansas
Judge Leslie G. Johnson
American Institute for Justice
Steven Lubet
Northwestern University

OF  CONTENTS

4    National Consortium on Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Courts
Celebrates 25 Years
Edward C. Clifton and H. Clifton Grandy
6    The Third Branch of the Third Sovereign: A Brief History of
Tribal Courts and Their Perception in the Supreme Court
Keith Richotte, Jr
14 Knowing the Communities We Serve
Liana Fiol Matta
24    The Supreme Court's Emerging Jurisprudence on the
Punishment of Juveniles: Legal and Policy Implications
Joanna L. Visser and Jeffrey J. Shook
40    Achieving Racial and Ethnic Fairness in Drug Courts
Douglas B. Marlowe
48    The Court's Brain: Neuroscience and Judicial Decision Making
in Criminal Sentencing
Kimberly Papillon
64    Addressing Implicit Bias in the Courts
Pamela M. Casey, Roger K. Warren, Fred L. Cheesman, and Jennifer K. Elek

Judge Gregory E. Mize
Washington, D.C.

Elizabeth Neeley Ph.D.
University of Nebraska
David Rottman, Ph. D.
National Center for State Courts

2   Editor's Note
3   President's Column
72    The Resource Page

Charles E Campbell
Managing Editor

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