We Have Met the Special Interests, and We Are TheyMissouri Law Review (2009)
My purpose here is to broaden our focus and argue that, while the influence of campaign contributors is likely to draw most of the popular attention surrounding the power of special interests within the judiciary, the exercise of judicial power will advantage certain interests at the expense of others regardless of the method of judicial selection a particular state uses. Accordingly, we should be careful that attempts to control the influence of special interests do not, in fact, simply advantage one set of special interests.
- judicial selection,
- special interests
Citation InformationMichael R Dimino. "We Have Met the Special Interests, and We Are They" Missouri Law Review Vol. 74 (2009)
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