Sue Bell Cobb | Skewed Justice: The Costs of Electing Judiciaries

March 09, 2016

The Duke Law Chapter of the American Constitution Society welcomed Justice Sue Bell Cobb, Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court from 2007-2011, for a discussion on the troubling optics and perverse incentives of judicial elections and ensuing effects on the independence of our state judiciaries and the legal profession as a whole.

Sponsored by the Duke Bar Association and the National Chapter of the American Constitution Society.