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Courts & Judicial Process: Supreme Court Docket Selection

Monday, February 12, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Session 2: Supreme Court Docket Selection
Author: Tejas Narechania (UC Berkeley)
Commentator: Justice Krueger (Calif. Sup. Ct)

Room 115
February 12, 2024
10:00 am (PT)
Organized by Prof. Tejas NarechaniaJudge Jeremy Fogel (ret.)

Many scholars write about the courts, about judicial process, and about the practice of judging. But what do judges think of this scholarship? Is it correct? Is it helpful? How could it be better? This colloquium on courts and judicial process brings scholars, judges, students, and faculty together to discuss current research projects about courts, judging, and procedure, among other topics. Over the course of the semester, we will discuss six projects. During a typical workshop, an invited scholar will present their work, and a judge of a federal, state, or foreign court will offer commentary on the research. Students and faculty will join in the open discussion that follows.


Full Colloquium Calendar Schedule:

[1/29] Judicial Ethics
Author: Veronica Root Martinez (Duke) | Commentator: Judge Tacha (10th Cir.)
[2/12] Supreme Court Docket Selection
Author: Tejas Narechania (UC Berkeley) | Commentator: Justice Krueger (Calif. Sup. Ct)
[3/4] Transparency in Judicial Proceedings
Author: Damon Cann & Gregg Goelzhauser (Utah State) | Commentator: Judge Chen (N.D. Cal.)
[3/18] Diversity and Arbitration
Author: Andrea Cann Chandrasekher (UC Davis) | Commentator: Judge Fogel (UC Berkeley & N.D. Cal. (ret.))
[4/8] Standing
Author: Thomas P. Schmidt (Columbia) | Commentator: Judge Fletcher (9th Cir.)
[4/22] Race and Procedure
Author: Portia Pedro (Boston Univ) | Commentator: Judge Campbell (D. Ariz.)


Monday, February 12, 2024
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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