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8 Faulkner L. Rev. [i] (2016-2017)

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      FAULKNER LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 8             FALL 2016             ISSUE 1

                   CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION ON BEHALF OF THE FAULKNER LAW REVIEW
EDITORIAL BOARD    ........................................i

ARTICLES FROM THE FAULKNER LAW REVIEW SYMPOSIUM ON
TIE ROLE OF THE JUDGE IN THE ANGLO-AMERICAN LEGAL
TRADITION

SYMPOsIUM FOREWORD: THE ROLE OF THE JUDGE IN THE ANGLO-
AMERICAN TRADITION
Layne S. Keele    ......................................111

DEMOCRACY,   THE  SUPREME  COURT,  AND  OUR   TWO
CONSTITUTIONS
Robert Lowry Clinton...............................1

TEXTUALISM AFTER ANTONIN SCALIA: A TRIBUTE TO THE LATE
GREAT JUSTICE
William H. Pryor Jr ...............................29

THE CORRECTIVE CAREERS OF CONCURRENCES AND DISSENTS
Allen Mendenhall..................................49

THE (UNIFIED?) FIDUCIARY THEORY OF JUDGING: HEDGEHOGS,
FOXES, AND CHAMELEONS
Joshua Segev.   ........................... .........73

THE JUDGE AS DIGITAL CITIZEN: PROS, CONS, AND ETHICAL
LIMITATIONS ON JUDICIAL USE OF NEW MEDIA
John G. Browning   .......................... ......131

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