23 J. Nat'l Ass'n Admin. L. Judges [i] (2003-2004)

handle is hein.journals/jnaa23 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES
Vol. 23                     Spring 2003                      No. 1
CONTENTS
Page
The Administrative Law Judge as a Bridge Between Law
and Culture
Prof. Phyllis  E. Bernard  ........................................ 1
Oregon's Hearing Officer Panel
Thomas E. Ewing, Chief Hearing Officer .......................  57
ALJ Control of the Hearing: What Does an ALJ Do About
An Unruly Witness or Obstreperous Attorney?
Prof.  Allen  Shoenberger ........................................  91
What Gets Judges in Trouble
Richard  H. Underwood  .........................................  101
Judicial Independence
Hon. Joseph  M . H ood  ..........................................  137
Paternalistic Discrimination: The Chevron Deference
Misplaced in Chevron U.S.A., Inc. v. Echazabal
Tricia  M . Patterson  .............................................  147
Attempting to Find Some Common Ground for Illegal
Aliens, and The Board's Ability to Award Back Pay:
Hoffman Plastic Compounds, Inc. v. NLRB
Stephen  M . Hernandez  .........................................  177
De-Regulation as the New Regulation: Telecom's Philosophy
Turnabout and the Story of A Forward-Looking Formula
That Brought Back Competition
Christia  Crocker ................................................  209
Legal Summaries
Legal Summaries Editors of the J.NAALJ, Pepperdine
University  School of  Law  .......................................  251

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