54 Ct. Rev. 1 (2018)

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Court


                                     0   Volume 54, Issue 1





Review


I THE  J R  OF  THE  AN  I G  A SOCIATI N


TABLE


Professor Eve Brank
University of Nebraska

Judge Julie Kunce Field
Colorado State District Court

Judge Devin Odell
Colorado State District Court

Judge David Prince
Colorado State District Court

Judge David Shakes
Colorado State District Court


Charles E Campbell
National Center for State Courts


OF  CONTENTS


14   Looking Backward, Looking Forward: How the Evolution of Specialty
     Courts Can Inform the Courts of Tomorrow
                           Tatyana Kaplan, Monica K. Miller & Emily E Wood



26   Benefits and Costs of Civil Justice Reform
                                                Paula Hannaford-Agor



32   Treatment or Punishment: Sentencing Options in DWI Cases
                                                 Victor Eugene Flango


Abbie Carver
Kansas Court of Appeals


Debra Twitchell
Kansas Court of Appeals


Kelly Lynn Anders
Kansas City, Missouri

Judge Karen Arnold-Burger
Kansas Court of Appeals

Pamela Casey Ph.D.
National Center for State Courts

Judge B. Michael Dann
National Institute of Justice

Judge Julie Kunce Field
Fort Collins, Colorado

Judge John Irwin
Nebraska Court of Appeals

Judge Leslie G. Johnson
American Institute for Justice

Steven Lubet
Northwestern University

Judge Gregory E. Mize
Washington, D.C.

Elizabeth Neeley, Ph.D.
University of Nebraska

David Rottman, Ph.D.
National Center for State Courts

Professor Alan Tomkins
University of Nebraska


2    Editor's Note


3    President's Column


4    Thoughts from Canada


45   Crossword


48   The Resource Page


10   Filling Some Big Shoes: A Tribute to Retiring Court Review Editor
     Judge Steve Leben


42   Remarks for Acceptance of the William H. Rehnquist Award
     Hon. Kim Berekley Clark


     Bench Card on Procedural Fairness (Back Cover)

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