In these other dispatches about fair and impartial courts:
- Michigan Supreme Court candidate Bridget Mary McCormack offers reforms she feels would make navigating the state legal system much easier for outside individuals. “Everyday people are very good at making the right decisions, as long as they are presented with full information,” McCormack was quoted in a Windsor Star article.
- North Carolina candidates up for spots on state appeals courts met to discuss their judicial philosophies at a forum Wednesday night. According to the Sacramento Bee, the candidates stressed the importance of fairness and impartiality, stating that the “job of an appeals court judge is to leave the creation of laws to the executive and legislative branches of government.”
- A Washington Post article looks at the possible effect the Supreme Court’s upcoming decision in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin could have on university admissions. An LA Times article also discussed the potential impact of the affirmative action case.