The Article focuses on one of the pillars of the judicial appointive process, the judicial nominating commission, suggesting that all jurisdictions should have judicial nominating commissions. A judicial nominating commission exists to screen and select nominees for judgeships. This article envisions and describe a system that more likely will result in selecting the right person for the bench.
Joseph A. Colquitt,
Rethinking Judicial Nominating Commissions: Independence, Accountability, and Public Support ,
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