In this article, Jack Park defends the use of partisan elections as a method of selecting state court judges. He first frames the debate and describes its participants. The author then discusses the competing values that supporters and opponents of judicial elections advance. Finally, Mr. Park addresses the arguments for and against judicial elections, showing that, while they may not be a perfect method of selecting judges, neither are the alternatives.
"Judicial Elections: The Case for Accountability,"
ConLawNOW: Vol. 2
, Article 5.
Available at: http://ideaexchange.uakron.edu/conlawnow/vol2/iss1/5