42 Judges J. 1 (2003)

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WINTER 2003, Vol.42, No. I
September I : Responses and Responsibilities
Analyzes a recent ai'ti-terrorism decision by the Foreign Intelligence
Surveillance Court of Review and argues that it may erode traditional
constitutional values while failing to advance security interests. Surveys the
body of precedent fr establishing different legal requirements for domestic
law en forcemnent efforts and foreign intelligence actions.
By Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker
Evaluating the Evaluators:
Problems with Outside Neutrals
Presents evidence from state supreme court task forces documenting the
existence of gender bias among supposedly neutral custody evaluators and
calls/br new guidelines and formats to ensure competence.
By Lynn Hecht Schafran
Judicial Techniques for Cases Involving
Self-Represented Litigants
Discusses the rise in self-represented litigants and advises judges on how to
assist pro se parties while maintaining neutrality and impartiality. Provides
a thorough analysis of case law on the subject.
By Rebecca A.Albrecht, John M. Greacen,
Bonnie Rose Hough, and Richard Zorza
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