Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
© 2012 Riley Thomlison
The partisan election of state judges and costly litigation make the civil justice system in the United States vulnerable because they undermine the values upon which the system was founded. The public’s trust that courts administer justice fairly and impartially is questioned by partisan elections funded by large corporations. Moreover, with the advent of electronically stored information, and the market’s control over the price of legal resources, access to the civil justice system is limited by wealth. This thesis seeks to address these problems and analyze the solutions that are most effective and comprehensive.
Thomlison, Riley, "Judicial Campaigns and Expensive Litigation; The Evolution of the Civil Justice System" (2012). CMC Senior Theses. 501.
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