1. Oral History

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    National Consortium on Racial and Ethnic Fairness presents its Oral History project, conducted during the 25th Annual Conference March 20-March 23, 2013 in Washington, D.C.

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    • Dan Becker - A Case for Court Governance Principles

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      Court Administrator Dan Becker of Utah discusses the paper "A Case for Court Governance Principles." The paper was part of the "Perspectives on State Court Leadership" series…

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      • Paula Hannaford-Agor - Juror and Jury Use of New Media: A Baseline Exploration

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        Director of the Center for Jury Studies Paula Hannaford-Agor, discusses the paper "Juror and Jury Use of New Media: A Baseline Exploration." The paper was part of the "Perspectives…

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        • Purpose of the Harvard Executive Session on State Court Leadership

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          David Rottman, Principal Court Researcher at The National Center for State Courts discusses the Harvard Executive Sessions and the purpose of the Harvard Executive Session on State Court Leadership http://www.ncsc.org

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          • Wallace Jefferson - Opinions on the Voice of the Court: How State Supreme Courts Can Communicate Effectively

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            Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson of Texas discusses the paper "Opinions on the Voice of the Court: How State Supreme Courts Can Communicate Effectively." The paper was part of the "Perspectives…

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            • Wallace Jefferson - Herding Lions: Shared Leadership of the State Trial Courts

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              Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson of Texas discusses the paper "Wallace Jefferson - Herding Lions: Shared Leadership of the State Trial Courts." The paper was part of the "Perspectives…

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              • Garrett Graff - Courts are Conversations

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                Editor in Chief of "The Washingtonian", Garrett Graff, discusses the paper Courts are Conversations: An Argument for Increased Engagement by Court Leaders The paper was part of the "Perspectives…

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                • David Barron - Judicial Independence and the State Court Funding Crisis

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                  David Barron, Professor at Harvard Law School, discusses his paper "Judicial Independence and the State Court Funding Crisis," the latest paper from the Harvard Executive Session.

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                  • The Harvard Executive Sessions - State Court Organization

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                    David Rottman, Principal Court Researcher at The National Center for State Courts discusses the Harvard Executive Sessions and how state courts should be organized http://www.ncsc.org

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                    • Experts Speak on Language Access

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                      Experts speak about language access and its important role in the courts and American Society.

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