Volume 52 (1997) Tribute to Judge Theodore McMillian
In recognition of his many contributions to legal education, the legal profession, and the development of the law during his four decades of service on the state and federal judiciary, the Washington University Journal of Law and Contemporary Law is proud to present this tribute honoring Judge Theodore McMillian, United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. Throughout his judicial career, Judge McMillian has made special contributions to Washington University School of Law. He has supervised student interns from Washington University through the Judicial Clerkship Clinic since its inception in 1973. He has also presided over numerous moot court competition panels and spoken at countless law school events through the years. For these and his other many contributions we owe him great appreciation.
Tribute to Judge Theodore McMillian: Forerunner and Hero
David C. Mason
Distributional Consequences of Expunging Juvenile Delinquency Records: The Problem of Lemons
T. Markus Funk and Daniel D. Polsby
The Pretrial Detention “Crisis”: The Causes and the Cure
Douglas J. Klein