North Carolina citizens elect their judges. But is that the right approach to ensuring a skilled and sound justice system? Some say yes, some say no. As debate grows, this timely panel of academic experts will discuss key issues, from the poorly developed state of federal election law in the judicial context, to the fundamental question of how to achieve the right balance among the important judicial values of competence, independence, accountability, and legitimacy.
Monday, May 7, 2018
Campbell Law School Auditorium
225 Hillsborough Street, Downtown Raleigh (next door to JLF)
11:30 a.m. Boxed Lunch
Noon Panel Discussion
$15 per person (includes boxed lunch and drink)
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