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Advisory Group Membership
Donna Stienstra transmits contact information for ADR and CJRA staff for each district to clerks of courts
June 1995 Periodic Assessment of civil justice reform efforts in the District of South Dakota
Chief Judge Michael R. Hogan transmits a copy of the Civil Justice Advisory Group appointment order to members of the Civil Justice Advisory Group for the District of Oregon
Frederick P. Stamp, Jr. signs this court order appointing members of the Northern District of West Virginia's Civil Justice Advisory Group.
Chief Judge L.T. Senter, Jr. writes to Duane R. Lee of the Administrative Office to inform him of the appointment of members to the Northern District of Mississippi's Civil Justice Advisory Group for four-year terms.
Chief Judge Frederick P. Stamp, Jr. sends Ann C. Williams of the Judicial Conference a membership list of the Northern District of West Virginia's Civil Justice Advisory Group.
A memo from former CJRA Advisory Group chair Henry N. Herndon, Jr. informing Abel J. Mattos of the Administrative Office, John Shapard of the Federal Judicial Center, and two employees of RAND that the duties of the Advisory Group have assigned to the Advisory Committee of the District of Delaware, chaired by Josy W. Ingersoll.
A fax to Abel J. Mattos of the Administrative Office which includes Miscellaneous Order 22, the Administrative Order establishing the membership of the Civil Justice Advisory Group
A draft of the District of Maryland's Civil Justice Advisory Group Report, transmitted by the Advisory Group chairman, attorney George Beall. Includes sample questionnaires for judiciary research, as well as a statistical profile of the district's caseload and a list of Advisory Group members.
Clerk of the Court Robert D. Dennis transmits a packet to Abel J. Mattos of the Administrative Office. Packet includes the Administrative Order establishing to Civil Justice Advisory Group for the Western District of Oklahoma, the minutes from all advisory group meetings to date, correspondence, and questionnaires developed by the Advisory Group. Correspondence includes letters from Chief Judge Ralph G. Thompson, Senator Joseph R. Biden, and others.