Failinger, Marie A.
February 2004
Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p769
Academic Journal
Offers views on virtuous judges and electoral politics. Focus of debates about the merits of judicial elections versus judicial selection commissions; Implication of the tradition of virtue ethics that has regained popularity in the legal academy; Relevance of the difference between the virtues of judges and the virtues of other public offices.


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