Symposium panelists consider merits of judicial elections

The question of whether Maryland’s system of subjecting circuit court judges to contested elections is the best way to ensure the quality and diversity of the bench has been hotly debated for decades. And while contested elections may have rightfully helped combat issues of racial and gender discrimination in judicial appointments in the past, the ...

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