Tuesday, May 16, 2017
I am a little late today with #TwitterTuesday. My blogging has been a little slow the past few weeks, as my husband and I are preparing to move to Tucson, Arizona, where I will be taking a position as the Assistant Director of Legal Writing at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. But, I do have some tweeting judges to highlight today:
Jerod Tufte (@JudgeTufte) is a justice on the North Dakota Supreme Court. He tweets about appellate practice with an occasional beautiful picture of the Dakotas thrown in.
Steve Leben (@Judge_Leben) is a judge on the Kansas Court of Appeals and an Adjunct Professor at KU School of Law. He is the co-founder of Procedural Fairness, an organization dedicated to “helping judges and courts implement policies and practices that promote procedural fairness in courtrooms and courthouses,” and tweets on this subject and others.
Richard Dietz (@richard_dietz) is a judge on the North Carolina Court of Appeals and a former appellate litigator. His tweets cover appellate writing and practice and North Carolina judicial elections.
And, a post on tweeting judges would be incomplete without a Texas judge! Brett Busby (@BrettBusby) is a justice on the Texas Court of Appeals, 14th District. He is not a frequent tweeter, but has started highlighting some of the work of the South Texas College of Law. We hope to see more tweeting out of him in the future.