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Court Review, Volume 45, Issue 4, page 132
Do happier judges make better judges? We’d bet on it. If so, perhaps the best thing we could do to improve the judiciary would be to figure out how to make judges—and their staffs—happier.
A new book by law professors Nancy Levit and Douglas Linder can help. Focused on how all sorts of lawyers can find more happiness in their lives, the book offers plenty of insights judges and leaders in the judiciary can use to make courts and courthouses better places to work.