This Article is presented in large part as a synthesis of existing jurisprudence, conventional public policy wisdom, and new approaches to navigating the post-White landscape, including recommendations derived from years of collaboration with judges, lawyers, scholars, policy specialists, and other stakeholders. To a greater or lesser degree, much of what is contained herein is thus subjective and should be approached with that in mind. The views herein, and any errors, are mine alone.
Reed, Barbara E.
"Tripping the Rift: Navigating Judicial Speech Fault Lines in the Post-White Landscape,"
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