Most professional responsibility textbooks do not discuss judicial conduct, and not surprisingly, many judges find themselves unprepared for the ethical dilemmas they face when they make the transition from partisan advocate to neutral arbiter. Gray and Zemans discuss the nine-topic curriculum for judicial educators to use to teach judicial ethics to judges at programs for new judges, continuing judicial education courses and judicial conferences.
Cynthia Gray & Frances Kahn Zemans,
Instructing Judges: Ethical Experience and Educational Technique,
58 Law and Contemporary Problems
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