96 Judicature 257 (2013)
A logical starting point in a symposium commemorating AJS at the century mark is with judicial independence – a sweeping topic with a complex architecture that gives structure to the AJS mission. The many and varied contributions that AJS has made to the administration of justice over the past one hundred years can best be understood and appreciated as means to further the overarching objective of promoting an independent and accountable judiciary.
Geyh, Charles G., "The American Judicature Society and Judicial Independence: Reflections at the Century Mark" (2013). Articles by Maurer Faculty. Paper 1295.