The 6th edition of Judicial Conduct and Ethics (2020) by Charles Gardner Geyh, James J. Alfini, and James Sample is now available at Jenkins. Judicial Conduct and Ethics is a definitive guide to the conduct of federal, state, and local judges. The treatise “concerns itself primarily with behavioral accountability—the means by which judges are held answerable for misconduct extraneous to the merits of their rulings in specific cases (Introduction). Chapters include, “Use of Power”, “Judicial Demeanor and Competence”, “Disqualification”, “Ex Parte Communications”, and “Financial Activities”.
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