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Fairbank (delivered August 7, 2011) (
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(1912-2010) (delivered Sept. 26, 2010) (available on SSRN).
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Clerkship, XXXII Supreme Court Historical Society Quarterly 12
(No. 2, 2010) (PDF
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(available on SSRN).
His Clerkship: How Winning a Coin Flip (Among Other Things)
Led John Paul Stevens to Become a Law Clerk to Justice Wiley
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Joan Biskupic, Linda Greenhouse, Roger Newman, Jill Norgren,
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the Secret Law Clerks, Legal Times, April 23, 2007.
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of Appeals, 3 Historical Society of
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Bill Jackson's Daily Editorials Raised a Lot of Dust in
1940, The Chautauquan Daily, August 25-26, 2001, p. B-5.
Ray Exercised Proper Discretion With Clinton, Newsday,
January 22, 2001, p. A23 (with Michael A. Simons).
Portrait of Higginbotham is a Study of Excellence,
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Doing TV Justice to Nuremberg?, FindLaw's Writ (posted
July 14, 2000).
Whistleblowing – The Difficult Duty of DR 1-103(A), New
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American Society of International Law
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29, 1999, pp. A57, A60.
It Can’t Be Watergate Every Time, Legal Times, February
22, 1999, pp. 29-30.
Federal Statute Applies State Conduct Rules To
Prosecutors, New York Professional Responsibility Report,
January 1999, pp. 2-3.
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in the Cases, 72 St. John’s Law Review 1387-95 (Fall
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Dec. 22 & 29, 1997, pp. 39-40.
The Independent Counsel That Wasn't: Finding Lessons in the
Way the Independent Counsel System Cleared George Tenet, Legal
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for ADR's Not-So-Separate Practitioners, 38 South Texas Law
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