Schwartzman Argues for Principle of Judicial Sincerity

Micah Schwartzman
April 7, 2008

Judges have a duty to be sincere when making their decisions because it is necessary to ensure that rulings are legitimate, Associate Professor Micah Schwartzman said April 7 during the first in a series of “Meet the Author” lectures sponsored by the Virginia Law Review.

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