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Volume 56, No. 3, Spring 2008

FIFTH ANNUAL AMERICAN JUDICATURE SOCIETY SYMPOSIUM: 
The Intersection of Personal Convictions and Federal Judicial Selection

ARTICLES


Foreword:  The Intersection of Personal Convictions and Federal Judicial Selection
Charles W. Pickering, Sr.

The Increasing Importance of Ideology in the Nomination and Confirmation of Supreme Court Justices
Lee Epstein, Jeffrey A. Segal, & Chad Westerland

The Moral Judge
Keith A. Swisher

Religious Affiliation, Personal Beliefs, and the President's Framing of Judicial Nominees
Lisa M. Holmes

Have Faith in Your Nominee?  The Role of Candidate Religious Beliefs in Supreme Court Selection Politics
Christine L. Nemacheck

Selecting Lower Court Federal Judges on the Basis of Their Policy Views
Sheldon Goldman

NOTES

Call in Houdini:  The Time Has Come to Be Released from the Geographic Straitjacket Known as the Locality Rule
Scott A. Behrens

Pretexting:  A Necessary Means to a Necessary End?
David J. Dance

Giving Life After Death:  The 2006 Revision of the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act
Kristi L. Kielhorn


 
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