30 J. Nat'l Ass'n Admin. L. Judiciary [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/jnaa30 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
of ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDICIARY
Vol. 30                     Spring 2010                          No. 1
CONTENTS
Page
Greater Independence for ALJs Plus Cost Savings for Agencies: The
Coast Guard Model
Walter J. Brudzinski....................1....................
Accountability in the Administrative Law Judiciary: The Right and
the Wrong Kind
Edwin L. Felter, Jr....................................... 19
There but for the Grace of God Go I: The Right of Cross-
Examination in Social Security Disability Hearings
Bradley S. Dixon..............           ....................  ..... 69
Louisiana's Division of Administrative Law: An Independent
Administrative Hearings Tribunal
Ann Wise....................................                .......... 95
California and Uncle Sam's Tug-of-War Over Mary Jane is Really
Harshing the Mellow
Daniel Mortensen..       ....................................... 127
The Supreme Court's Take on Immigration in Nken v. Holder:
Reaffirming a Traditional Standard That Affords Courts More Time
and Flexibility to Decide Immigration Appeals Before Deporting
Aliens
Elizaveta Kabanova         ......................................... 183
The Independent Medicare Advisory Committee: Death Panel or
Smart Governing?
Robert Coleman           .......................................... 235
Buying a Judicial Seat for Appeal: Caperton v. A. T Massey Coal
Company, Inc., is Right out of a John Grisham Novel
Richard Gillespie      ............................................. 309
Legal Summaries
Oscar Gutierrez, Legal Summaries Editor of the J. NAALJ,
Pepperdine University School of Law....................... 353

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