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STEPHEN B. BURBANK David Berger Professor for the Administration of Justice co-organized (with Professor Barry Friedman of New York University Law School) a conference on judicial independence which took place at Penn Law in March (see article on page 30). He is the co-editor of a volume of essays from the conference that will be published in 2002. Burbank was one of the three academics invited to meet with the judges of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit to discuss the future of the federal courts. He arranged the holding at Penn Law of the June meeting of the Standing Committee on Rules of the U.S. Judicial Conference and participated in that meeting. He also participated in a June meeting to discuss the American Law Instituteís International Jurisdiction and Judgments project, for which he is an Advisor. He has been elected a director of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences.
Reason, Rigor and Regret (A festschrift in honor of Professor Arthur von Mehren of Harvard) (Forthcoming 2002)

Making Progress the Old-Fashioned Way (Foreword) (A Tribute to Hon. Edward Becker, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit), University of Pennsylvania Law Review (Forthcoming)

Mass Torts: Causes and Limits of Pessimism (Foreword) 148 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1851 (2000)

The Bitter with the Sweet: Tradition, History and Limitations on Federal Judicial Power - A Case Study, 75 Notre Dame Law Review 1291 (2000)

The Class Action in American Securities Regulation, Zeitschrift fuer Zivilprozessrecht-Internationale (2000)

 
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