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No Ordinary Party: Prosecutorial Ethics and Errors in Death Penalty Cases
Ethical lapses by prosecutors can have a dramatic impact on the outcome of their cases and also affect the way the public views the integrity of our legal system. Two death penalty cases in the news last year illustrate recurring ethical problems faced in the courts.

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Jurists-in-Residence Programs
Supreme Court justices and other judges provide a new and invaluable dimension to legal education by participating as "jurists-in-residence" at various law schools. They share their experiences and wisdom as warm and wonderful teachers, offering students a glimpse of their humanity, as well as an informed and special insight into the decision-making process.