Volume 61, No. 3, Spring 2013

TENTH ANNUAL AMERICAN JUDICATURE SOCIETY SYMPOSIUM
Access to Justice: Where Is the Boundary for Due Process?

ARTICLES

Foreword
Andrew Cohen

Language Access in Federal Courts
Laura K. Abel

Déjà Vu All Over Again: Turner v. Rogers and the Civil Right to Counsel
Honorable David J. Dreyer

Ensuring Fairness or Just Cluttering Up the Colloquy? Toward Recognition of Pro Se Defendants’ Right to Be Informed of Available Defenses
Jona Goldschmidt

The Case Against Case-by-Case: Courts Identifying Categorical Rights to Counsel in Basic Human Needs Civil Cases
John Pollock

Not on My Watch: One Judge’s Mantra to Ensure Access to Justice
Honorable Annette J. Scieszinski

Some First Thoughts on Court Simplification: The Key to Civil Access and Justice Transformation
Richard Zorza

NOTES

Greening the Traditional Commercial Lease: Building a Case for Sustainable Commercial Real Estate Through Economically Profitable Green Leases
Nathan A. Canova

Boilerplate Discovery Objections: How They Are Used, Why They Are Wrong, and What We Can Do About Them
Matthew L. Jarvey