A Distinct Judicial Power - Faculty Book Podcast
Faculty Division Podcast 05-22-12 featuring Scott Gerber and Jim Pfander
May 23, 2012Scott D. Gerber, James Pfander
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A Distinct Judicial Power - Faculty Division Podcast - MP3
Running Time: 00:27:56
A Distinct Judicial Power analyzes the origins of judicial independence in the United States. The book sets forth both the political theory behind and the historical progression of independent judicial power in the United States during the colonial period. It concludes with an examination of how this mixture of theory and experience coalesced to produce Article III of the U.S. Constitution and a power of judicial review committed to the protection of individual rights.
Professor Scott Gerber, a professor at Ohio Northern University College of Law, is joined by critical commenter Jim Pfander, a professor at Northwestern University School of Law, to discuss the book.
|Oxford University Press - April 2011 (publisher web page)|
|Judicial Independence Public Policy Symposium – Harvard Journal of Public Policy Volume 35, Number 2 (Spring 2012)|