Administrative Law Judges

As an integral part of the executive branch, the administrative law system must be able to act independently to remain impartial and free from corruption. Authors in this issue of The Judges’ Journal speak to the daily trials of their profession and also the philosophical underpinnings of adjudication, including the government that hires them.

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Technology Column

Judge Herbert B. Dixon, Jr. has retired from the Superior Court of the District of Columbia after 30 years of service. He writes the Journal's Technology Column.

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Judicial Ethics Column

Marla N. Greenstein is the Executive Director of the Alaska Commission on Judicial Conduct and the author for the Judicial Ethics Column.

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