Cal. Litig. 2014, Volume 27, Number 1
- Adr Update: Can Post-Award Searches Vacate Arbitration Awards?
- Can Use of Administrative Procedures Expedite Complex State Court Civil Litigation?
- Can We Shorten This Trial?
- Editor's Foreword Signing On: Big Shoes to Fill
- From the Section Chair
- Hypotheticals on Litigational Plagiarism:
- "I Learned About Litigating from That" In Memory of Joel a. Cohen
- Litigation Section Executive Committee Past Chairs
- McDermott On Demand: Ozymandias?
- Officers of a Court Do Not Plagiarize
- Past Editors-in-Chief
- Plagiarism: Naughty, Knotty
- Statements of Decision: Errors, Omissions, and Solutions
- Table of Contents
- The Perils of Punishing Public Employees for Protected Speech: Applying Pickering v. Board of Education to Posts and Pins
- Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame (2004): 62 Years in the Practice of Law
- Another Amazing Year in the Supreme Court
Another Amazing Year in the Supreme Court
By Dean Erwin Chemerinsky
Dean Erwin Chemerinsky
The docket for October Term 2013 is now set, and once more the United States Supreme Court has an unusually large number of high-profile cases of great potential significance. As always, the most important rulings likely will not come down until the end of June. But expect major rulings with regard to freedom of religion, freedom of speech, affirmative action, separation of powers, and criminal procedure.