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Inside the Bankruptcy Judge's Mind
(Boston University Law Review, 2006)
Specialization is common in medicine. Doctors become oncologists, radiologists, urologists, or even hernia repair specialists. Specialization is also common among practicing lawyers, who become estate planners or products ...
Judging by Heuristic: Cognitive Illusions in Judicial Decision Making
The institutional legitmacy of the judiciary depends on the quality of the judgments that judges make. Even the most talented and dedicated judges surely make occasional mistakes, but the public expects judges to avoid ...