The California Supreme Court Historical Society has published its Spring/Summer 2015 newsletter.  (Disclosure:  I serve on the Society’s board.)  The first two articles are about Hong Yen CSCHSChang and the Supreme Court’s decision earlier this year to posthumously grant him admission to the California Bar.  Another article is about Governor Brown’s January swearing in of his two most recent appointees, Justices Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar and Leondra Kruger.

Here is the table of contents:

Righting a Historic Wrong
The Posthumous Admission
of Hong Yen Chang
Jeffrey L. Bleich, Benjamin J. Horwich
& Joshua S. Meltzer

Bury My Bones in America
A Family History of Hong Yen Chang
Lani Ah Tye Farkas

‘I’m Looking for Real Wisdom’
Governor Swears In
Two New Justices

Creating a Repository for California
Judicial History
Special Collections & Archives
Martha R. Noble & Noah D. Pollaczek

Scales, Swords, and Squares
The Seals of the Supreme Court
Sebastian A. Nelson

Are Our Courts Keeping Step?
The State of the Judiciary in 1934
Chief Justice William H. Waste

Message From the President