29 Just. Sys. J. [i] (2008)

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JUSTICE SYSTEM JOURNAL
Volume 29      Number 1          2008
Letter from the Editor-in-Chief                                                 iii
ROBERT HOWARD
About the Authors                                                                v
Articles
Can an Italian Court Use the American Approach to Delay Reduction?               I
DAVID C. STEELMAN AND MARCO FABRI
Good Stewards: Law Clerk Influence in State High Courts                         24
RICK A. SWANSON AND STEPHEN L. WASBY
Diversity in State and Federal Appellate Courts: Change and Continuity Across 20 Years 47
MARK S. HURWITZ AND DREW NOBLE LANIER
Racial Representativeness of Juries: An Analysis of Source List and
Administrative Effects on the Jury Pool                                     71
RONALD RANDALL, JAMES A. WOODS, AND ROBERT G. MARTIN
Process Matters: Disputant Satisfaction in Mediated Civil Cases                 85
MARY BETH HOWE AND ROBERT FIALA
From the Benches and Trenches
Judicial Formation: A Step Beyond Education or Training for New Judges         100
NOREEN SHARP
Maricopa County Trial Courts New Employee Orientation: Assimilating
New Employees and Promoting Court Mission and Values                       105
ELIZABETH NCUBE
Legal Notes
Defaming a Judge: Murphy v. Boston Herald                                      111
MARK S. HuRwITz
A Constitutional Crisis Averted in Connecticut                                 114
J. MICHAEL GREEN
Review Section
Review of Peppers, Courtiers of the Marble Palace, and Ward and
Weiden, Sorcerers' Apprentices                                             117
PAUL M. COLLINS, JR.

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