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TULANE'S RELATIONSHIP WITH PRESIDING FEDERAL JUDGE
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Judicial Misconduct
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Complaint
Complaint of Judicial Misconduct against Judge Ginger Berrigan to U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.  Docket No. 99-05-372-0118, filed Feb. 11, 1999.
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Appeal
Appeal of Chief Judge's Order Dismissing Complaint.  Filed Mar. 12, 1999.
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Petition
Petition to Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals for Writ of Mandamus to recuse Judge Ginger Berrigan.  Docket No. 99-30614, filed June 14, 1999.
Response
Judge Berrigan's response to Petition for her recusal.  Filed June 21, 1999.
Reply
Reply to Judge Berrigan's response to Petition for her recusal.  Filed June 24, 1999.
Petition
Petition for Writ of Mandamus.  U.S. Supreme Court, docket No. 99-372, filed Aug. 30, 1999.
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Reply
Reply to Tulane's brief opposing Writ of Mandamus.  U.S. Supreme Court, docket No. 99-372, filed Oct. 8, 1999.
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Petition
Petition for Certiorari.  U.S. Supreme Court, docket No. 01-249, filed Aug. 9, 2001.
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Reply
Reply to Tulane's brief opposing Certiorari.  U.S. Supreme Court, docket No. 01-249, filed Oct. 19, 2001.
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Letter
Letter to Judge Ginger Berrigan requesting that she recuse herself after accepting $5,500 for teaching a Tulane course in Greece during the summer of 2000.  Dated Apr. 4, 2000.
Motion
A request for Judge Berrigan to recuse herself, and/or amend her judgment, and/or permit a trial on the merits.  Filed May 2, 2000.  From Civil Action 98-2102 c/w 98-1792 against Tulane University for defamation and retaliation.
Motion
Reply to Tulane's Opposition to Reconsideration.  A further affirmation of arguments favoring Judge Berrigan's recusal.  Filed May 18, 2000.
Appeal
Original Brief on Behalf of Dr. Carl Bernofsky, Plaintiff-Appellant.  Case No. 00-30704, filed Sept. 6, 2000 in U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Brief
Reply Brief on Behalf of Dr. Carl Bernofsky, Plaintiff-Appellant.  Filed Dec. 7, 2000.  Judge Berrigan's abuse of judicial discretion is an important claim in the appeal of this defamation/retaliation case.  Oral arguments Apr. 3, 2001.

Should Judge Ginger Berrigan Be Censured?
Adjudicating a lawsuit against Tulane while preparing to teach a course in Greece for which she was paid $5,500 by Tulane may make Judge Berrigan a candidate for judicial discipline.
Judicial Conflict of Interest
Adjunct professorships, board memberships, paid travel to resort locations, and scholarships to their families create a blatant conflict of interest for judges who preside over Tulane cases.
Schwarz v. Tulane
Letters to the Editor, published in a New Orleans area newspaper, demonstrating how four judges with ties to Tulane ruled against a Jewish faculty member who brought charges of discrimination against the university.
A Legacy of Betrayal
How Tulane engaged in subornation of perjury to obtain false testimony from a witness.
Attorney Misconduct
Ethical Conduct Complaint against Tulane's Attorney, G. Phillip Shuler, to Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board, claiming willful falsification of facts to a panel of appellate court judges.  Case No. 2001-ADMIN-69, filed Jan. 23, 2001.
Recognition of Judicial Error
A judge's disclosure of his Tulane University affiliation suggests the recognition of judicial error in Bernofsky's lawsuits, where disclosure was withheld.

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