Increasingly, courts faced with the problems of providing effective remedies to complex social problems are turning to specialized adjunct personnel for assistance. In the article which follows, Professor Weinberg examines the expanding role of such "judicial adjuncts. " She then goes on to propose the creation of a more coherent structure for efficient training and evaluation of these important judicial officers. -Ed
In public law litigation, individuals or identifiable groups challenge governmental or institutional priorities. For the plaintiffs in such suits, vindication of their claim in the court may be only the beginning. Unless the obstacles to successful remedy formulation and implementation are surmounted, they will not achieve their ultimate goal.
Weinberg, Joanna Kudisch
"The Judicial Adjunct and Public Law Remedies,"
Yale Law & Policy Review:
2, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/ylpr/vol1/iss2/8