This page references/contains (in no particular order) materials useful for further study of judicial misconduct.
- The Federalist Papers ⌥.
- JudicialMisconduct email group. Open to the public; self-enrollment by sending an email (any subject, any content, or none at all) to JudicialMisconductemail@example.com.
- Judicial Ethics Forum (JEF) Articles — Good-sized compilation of ∼60 academic articles on Judicial Ethics, Discipline & Disqualification.
- N.Y. L. Sch. L. Rev., ʋ57 İ4 (2012–2013) ℘659–903 ⌥(incl. some “bonus” essays) (and the many references/citations therein) — Compilation of 10 academic articles from a special Symposium, Trial by Jury or Trial by Motion? Summary Judgment, Iqbal, and Employment Discrimination.
- Sandra Sperino and Suja Thomas, Unequal: How America’s Courts Undermine Discrimination Law, Oxford University Press, 2017. The definitive work on the subject of judicial misconduct in federal employment cases. “Required reading!” Though, none of the cases listed in this book come close to the level of Judicial Misconduct exhibited by Tuvell v. IBM.