Following a brief description of the present system of judicial review of social security decisions, and a look at the proposed Social Security Court alternative, this article examines in some detail the reasons generally suggested as compelling the creation of a specialty court. Next, the article examines the goals and values of judicial review and discusses the Social Security Court concept as a vehicle to achieve these goals and values. Finally, the article suggests several less drastic legislative, administrative and judicial alternatives to a special court.
J.P. "Sandy" Ogilvy, The Social Security Court Proposal: A Critique, 9 NOTRE DAME J. LEGIS. 229 (1982).