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CJA's Critique of the Breyer Committee Report

Outreach-Academia
 

130 Law School Deans --

CJA's May 23, 2008 letter to Columbia University Law School Dean David M. Schizer --
"RE: Serving Congress and the Public with Critical Scholarship:  (1) Federal Judicial Pay Raises; & (2) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980"

          Dean Schizer's February 14, 2007 letter, with 129 Other Law School Deans,
             to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Leahy
 


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               Building Honest Scholarship:
                   
Evidence-Based Refutations to Increasing Federal Judicial Pay

CJA's June 17, 2008 letter to Dean Schizer -- "RE: What is Your Response -- Serving Congress and the Public With Critical Scholarship: (1) Federal Judicial Pay Raises; & (2) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980"


Professor Stephen B. Burbank --
University of Pennsylvania Law School
                    Prior Correspondence with Professor Burbank

        CJA's April 24, 2008 e-mail -- "Subject: Query: AJS Posting of your May 27, 2004 Letter to the Editor of the New York Times"

        CJA's April 25, 2008 e-mail -- "Subject: 2nd Query: AJS Posting of your May 27, 2004 Letter to the Editor of the New York Times"

         Professor Burbank's April 26, 2008 e-mail -- "Subject: Re: 2nd Query: AJS Posting of your May 27, 2004 Letter to the Editor of the New York Times"

           cc:   CJA's April 25, 2008 letter to NYT Publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.

CJA's April 28, 2008 letter -- "RE: Building Evidence-Based Scholarship on Federal Judicial Discipline (& Selection) -- CJA's March 6, 2008 letter to the Chief Justice & Accompanying Critique of the Breyer Committee Report

          cc: C
JA's May 2, 2008 memo to American Judicature Society --
"RE: Confronting Evidence: The Corruption of Federal Judicial Discipline: (1) CJA's March 6, 2008 Critique of the Breyer Committee Report & Letter to the Chief Justice; and (2) CJA's April 18, 2008 Comments to the Judicial Conference Committee on Codes of Conduct on the Proposed Revision to the Code of Conduct for United States Judges"

          cc:  May 12, 2008 e-mail from American Judicature Society -- "Re: Confronting Evidence: The Corruption of Federal Judicial Discipline"

          cc
: CJA's May 30, 2008 memo to American Judicature Society -- "RE: Serving Congress and the Public by Critical Scholarship: (1) Federal Judicial Pay Raises; & (2) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980
 


Professor Jay C. Carlisle
--
Pace University Law School


CJA's March 28, 2008 letter -- "RE: Building Evidence-Based Scholarship on Federal Judicial Discipline (& Selection) -- CJA's March 6, 2008 letter to the Chief Justice & Accompanying Critique


Professor Charles Gardner Geyh --
Indiana University School of Law
           
   
Prior Correspondence with Professor Geyh

CJA's April 21, 2008 letter -- "RE: Building Evidence-Based Scholarship on Federal Judicial Discipline (& Selection) -- CJA's March 6, 2008 letter to the Chief Justice & Accompanying Critique of the Breyer Committee Report

      cc:   CJA's Law Day-May 1, 2008 memo to The Constitution Project-Courts Initiative --
"RE: Confronting Evidence: the Corruption of Federal Judicial Discipline: (1) CJA's March 6, 2008 Critique of the Breyer Committee Report & Letter to the Chief Justice; and (2) CJA's April 18, 2008 Comments to the Judicial Conference Committee on Codes of Conduct on the Proposed Revision to the Code of Conduct for United States Judges"

      cc: C
JA's May 2, 2008 memo to American Judicature Society -- "RE: Confronting Evidence: The Corruption of Federal Judicial Discipline: (1) CJA's March 6, 2008 Critique of the Breyer Committee Report & Letter to the Chief Justice; and (2) CJA's April 18, 2008 Comments to the Judicial Conference Committee on Codes of Conduct on the Proposed Revision to the Code of Conduct for United States Judges"

      cc:  C
JA's May 5, 2008 memo to American Bar Association -- "RE: Confronting Evidence: The Corruption of Federal Judicial Discipline: (1) CJA's March 6, 2008 Critique of the Breyer Committee Report & Letter to the Chief Justice; and (2) CJA's April 18, 2008 Comments to the Judicial Conference Committee on Codes of Conduct on the Proposed Revision to the Code of Conduct for United States Judges"

       cc:  May 12, 2008 e-mail from American Judicature Society -- "Re: Confronting Evidence: The Corruption of Federal Judicial Discipline"

      cc:  CJA's May 30, 2008 memo to American Judicature Society -- "RE: Serving Congress and the Public by Critical Scholarship: (1) Federal Judicial Pay Raises; & (2) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980 

      cc:  CJA's May 30, 2008 letter to Justice at Stake Campaign  -- "RE: Serving Congress and the Public by Critical Scholarship: (1) Federal Judicial Pay Raises; & (2) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980 
    
      cc:  CJA's May 30, 2008 memo to Constitution Project  -- "RE: Serving Congress and the Public by Critical Scholarship: (1) Federal Judicial Pay Raises; & (2) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980     


Professor Arthur D. Hellman --
University of Pittsburgh School of Law

               
Prior Correspondence with Professor Hellman

      CJA's February 28, 2008 e-mail -- "Subject: Queries -- Federal Judicial Discipline"

      CJA's March 1, 2008 e-mail -- Subject: Second Request -- FW: Queries -- Federal Judicial Discipline"

      CJA's March 2, 2008 e-mail -- "Subject: 3rd e-mail + 1st REQUEST FOR PERMISSION TO QUOTE ARTICLE -- FW: Queries -- Federal Judicial Discipline"

      Professor Hellman's March 2, 2008 e-mail (10:43 a.m.) -- "Subject: RE: Queries -- Federal Judicial Discipline"

      CJA's March 2, 2008 e-mail (11:02 a.m.) -- "Subject: RE: Queries -- Federal Judicial Discipline"

      Professor Hellman's March 2, 2008 e-mail (1:07 p.m.) - "Subject: RE: Queries -- Federal Judicial Discipline"

      CJA's March 2, 2008 e-mail (2:03 p.m.) -- "Subject: Thank you! -- RE: Queries -- Federal Judicial Discipline"

      Professor Hellman's March 2, 2008 e-mail (4:16 p.m.) -- "Subject: RE: quotations from article posted on SSRN"

      CJA's March 2, 2008 e-mail (4:34 p.m.) -- "Subject: To be continued -- RE: quotations from article posted on SSRN"

      CJA's March 3, 2008 e-mail (8:44 a.m.) -- "Subject: Joining Scholarship with Documentary Evidence -- FW: To be continued"

CJA's March 17, 2008 letter -- "RE: Building Evidence-Based Scholarship on Federal Judicial Discipline (& Selection) -- CJA's March 6, 2008 letter to the Chief Justice & Accompanying Critique

      cc: 
CA's March 28, 2008 letter to Professor Carlisle -- "RE: Building Evidence-Based Scholarship on Federal Judicial Discipline (& Selection) -- CJA's March 6, 2008 letter to the Chief Justice & Accompanying Critique

     cc:  CJA's April 21, 2008 letter to Professor Geyh -- "RE: Building Evidence-Based Scholarship on Federal Judicial Discipline (& Selection) -- CJA's March 6, 2008 letter to the Chief Justice & Accompanying Critique of the Breyer Committee Report


      cc:  CJA's April 23, 2008 letter to Professor Rotunda -- "RE: Building Evidence-Based Scholarship on Federal Judicial Discipline (& Selection) -- CJA's March 6, 2008 letter to the Chief Justice & Accompanying Critique of the Breyer Committee Report


Professor Steven Lubet --
Northwestern University School of Law

              Prior Correspondence with Professor Lubet

CJA's June 5, 2008 letter -- "RE:  Serving Congress and the Public with Critical Scholarship: (1) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980; (2) Federal Judicial Pay Raises


Professor Ronald D. Rotunda --
George Mason University School of Law

CJA's April 23, 2008 letter -- "RE: Building Evidence-Based Scholarship on Federal Judicial Discipline (& Selection) -- CJA's March 6, 2008 letter to the Chief Justice & Accompanying Critique of the Breyer Committee Report

Professor Rotunda's April 23, 2008 e-mail -- "Subject: RE: Building Evidence-Based Scholarship on Federal Judicial Discipline (& Selection)


Russell Wheeler
Brookings Institution

Wheeler's January 11, 2010 e-mail
 

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