Volume 28, Number 1 ~ 2007

Symposium on Court Security
Editor’s Introduction
William E. Raftery

Emergency Management in the Courts: Trends after September 11 and Hurricane Katrina  
Thomas A. Birkland and Carrie A. Schneider

Citizens Have a Right to Safety in the Courthouse  
Dow Constantine

The Evolving Concept of “Court Security”  
Caroline S. Cooper

Courthouse Security—A Direction or a Destination?  
John E. Zaruba

The Court Security Challenge: A Judicial Leadership Perspective  
Colin F. Campbell and Marcus W. Reinkensmeyer

Securing Our Future  
Edward A. Feiner

Prudent Risk Management: A Court Administrator’s View  
Zygmont A. Pines

Security at What Cost? A Comparative Evaluation of Increased Court Security  
Jon B. Gould

From the Benches and Trenches

The Elusive Record: On Researching High-Profile 1980s Sexual Abuse Cases    
Ross E. Cheit

Legal Notes

Federal Court Certification of State-Law Questions: Active Judicial Federalism
Wendy L. Watson, McKinzie Craig, and Daniel Orion Davis

Court Stripping and Limitations on Judicial Review of Immigration Cases
Donald S. Dobkin

Review Section

Review of Volcansek and Stack, eds., Courts Crossing Borders: Blurring the Lines of Sovereignty
Wendy L. Martinek

Review of Baum, Judges and Their Audiences: A Perspective on Judicial Behavior
Thomas G. Walker

Review of Scherer, Scoring Points: Politicians, Activists, and the Lower Federal court Appointment Process
Artemus Ward

Of Note
Jolly A. Emrey, Stephen L. Wasby