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VOLUME 13, NUMBER 1 (2002) -- Symposium Issue

Breaking the Barrier: Latino and Latina Pioneers on the Federal and State Benches

On the Appointment of a Latina/o to the Supreme Court
by Kevin R. Johnson

Brief Remembrances: My Appointment and Service on the California Court of Appeal and Supreme Court
by Hon. Cruz Reynoso

Overcoming Barriers: Being Flexible and Creative
by Hon. Frances Muñoz

The Time for Latino/a Empowerment is Now
by Hon. Patricio M. Serna

Reflecciones: From the Barrio to the Supreme Court
by Hon. Carlos R. Moreno

Institutional (Dis)Location: Latino and Latina Representation and the Politics of Appointment

Brown to Black: The Politics of Judicial Appointments for Latinos
by Maria Echaveste

The Importance and Necessity of Political Integration
by Joaquin G. Avila

Latinos and Latinas on the Bench and in Society: Different Voices, Different Perspectives for 21st Century Issues

A Perspective on Judging
by Hon. Richard A. Paez

Civility, Respect, and Life Experience: A Latino Perspective from the Bench
by Hon. Valeriano Saucedo

Barriers to Latinos and Latinas in Law School: The Need to Increase the Role We Play as Lawyers, Judges, and Professors

Barriers to Latinos/as in Law School
by Irma D. Herrera

Toward a Statistical Profile of Latina/os in the Legal Profession
by Miguel A. Méndez & Leo P. Martínez

Judge Mario G. Olmos Memorial Lecture

A Latina Judge's Voice
by Hon. Sonia Sotomayor

Directory of Latina/o Federal Judges

Student Reflections on Grutter v. Bollinger

From Michigan to Cincinnati: Our Fate in Their Hands
by Marisa Arrona, Alegría De La Cruz & César del Peral

A Redefining Moment
by Araceli Martínez-Olguín

Off to See the Wizard
by Erick Muñoz

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