New York University Law Review, 84:3 (June 2009)

New York University Law Review

Volume 84 June 2009 Number 3


Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye

Chief Judge Kaye: A Creative Reformer

The Honorable Stephen G. Breyer

Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye: A Modern-Day Arthur Vanderbilt

Samuel Estreicher & Oscar G. Chase

In Praise of Judith S. Kaye

The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye: A Visionary Third Branch Leader

The Honorable Jonathan Lippman

A Distinguished Path in Public Service

The Honorable Sandra Day O’Connor

Not a Mute Swan

Ellen Schall

Judith Kaye as a Chief Among Chiefs

The Honorable Randall T. Shepard

Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye: Proud to Call Her One of Our Own

Richard L. Revesz

A Portrait of Judith S. Kaye

The Honorable Richard C. Wesley


Securing Fragile Foundations: Affirmative Constitutional Adjudication in Federal Courts

The Honorable Marsha S. Berzon


Myth of Mess? International Choice of Law in Action

Christopher A. Whytock


Rethinking the Federal Role in State Criminal Justice

Joseph L. Hoffman & Nancy J. King


In Search of an Enforceable Medical Malpractice Exculpatory Agreement: Introducting Confidential Contracts as a Solution to the Doctor-Patient Relationship Problem

Matthew J.B. Lawrence

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1 Response

  1. Joe says:

    Judge Kaye sounds like an admirable woman, indeed. Who else would use such a pulpit not to congratulate themselves on their achievments, but to really point out all the work there is left to be done by the next generation?