As the other papers presented at this Symposium make abundantly clear, the problems associated with inappropriate statements and conduct during judicial elections are unlikely to abate anytime soon. Bench and bar leaders across the country are being joined by a growing chorus of members of the media and the public in demands that something be done. As an initial step that requires relatively little yet holds great promise, the authors endorse the use of judicial campaign conduct committees as a means of long-term improvement.
35 Ind. L. Rev. 781-805 (2002)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Schotland, Roy A. and Reed, Barbara, "Judicial Campaign Conduct Committees" (2002). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 205.
Copyright 2002, the Trustees of Indiana University. Reprinted with permission from the Indiana Law Review.