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Volume 31 Number 1, Fall 2004: Black and White
Opening Statement: Diversity in the Section |
Dennis J. Drasco
The Section of Litigation adopted its Diversity Plan on May 9, 2001. In doing so, it adopted former ABA President William Paul’s charge, “Lawyers must provide leadership on the critically important issue of diversity.’ The Section was not the first ABA entity to adopt a diversity plan, but its plan may be the best…
The following articles from the Fall 2004 issue are available to Section members and are in PDF format ( ):
- » From the Bench: Mind Reading, Clairvoyance, and Jury Questionnaires
Roslyn O. Silver
- » Brown and Shades of Gray: Ex Parte Communication in the Litigation over Racial Justice
Norman I. Silber
- » White Ritual & Black Magic: Playing the Race Card
Jason M. Murray
- » What Persuades When the Judge Has Discretion?
Joan Humphrey Lefkow
- » Is the DNA Fingerprint an Infallible Piece of Evidence?
Edna Selan Epstein
- » A Forensic Fable Concerning Circumstantial Evidence
Jacob A. Stein
- » Thinking Beyond the Rules
Eliot G. Disner
- » Read All Over
Nell B. Strachan
- » In Defense of Jury Nullification
- » The Integration Ideal: Sobering Reflections
Charles J. Ogletree, Jr.
- » Legal Lore: Signed, Sealed, but Not Delivered
Robert and Marilyn Aitken
- » Litigator’s Bookshelf: Legal Spectator & More
Peter D. Baird
- » Advance Sheet
Robert E. Shapiro
- » Literary Trials: The Bizarre Case
Jean Edward Smith