Paradigms and Principles: A Round-Up

Adam Torson posted a number of articles discussing different aspects of judging paradigms with the purpose of coming up with some norms in LD judging. For those who may have missed, here is a round-up of all of them:
Withholding Advice
… Is it appropriate for a judge to withhold advice in post-round critiques so that weaknesses in a debater’s case position or strategy can later be exploited by the judge’s own students …

Ballot Writing
… Should judges write comments and/or a reason for decision on the ballot? …

Miscut Evidence
… What should judges do when debaters use miscut evidence? …

Must Arguments be on the Flow
… Should judges require that an argument be noted on the flow in order to vote on it?…

2AR Theory
… How should judges evaluate new theory in the 2AR?…

CLEAR!
… A. Should judges yell “clear” when debaters are speaking unclearly?

B. If so, under what circumstances is it appropriate to yell clear?…

Paradigms
… A. Should a judge’s declared paradigm be subject to in-round argumentation?…