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January 30, 1997
Leonidas Ralph Mecham, Darryl Van Duch, RAND Institute for Civil Justice, Associated Press

Administrative Office Director L. Ralph Mecham transmits the RAND report on the results of the Civil Justice Reform Act, along with an Administrative Office press release on the RAND study and related news articles to the chief justice and the judicial conference

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January 29, 1997
James S. Kakalik, Terence Dunworth, Laural A. Hill, Daniel McCaffrey, Marian Oshiro, Nicholas M. Pace, Mary E. Vaiana

Institute for Civil Justice, Rand Corporation.
This document discusses the results of an evaluation of mediation and neutral evaluation designed to supplement the alternative dispute resolution assessment contained in the main CJRA evaluation. It was prepared for the Judicial Conference of the United States.

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January 29, 1997
James S. Kakalik, Terence Dunworth, Laural A. Hill, Daniel McCaffrey, Marian Oshiro, Nicholas M. Pace, Mary E. Vaiana

Institute for Civil Justice, Rand Corporation.
This document presents the main descriptive and statistical evaluation of how the CJRA case management principles implemented in the study districts affected cost, time to disposition, and participants' satisfaction and views of fairness. It was prepared for the Judicial Conference of the United States.

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January 29, 1997
James S. Kakalik, Terence Dunworth, Laural A. Hill, Daniel McCaffrey, Marian Oshiro, Nicholas M. Pace, Mary E. Vaiana

Institute for Civil Justice, Rand Corporation.
This document traces the stages in the implementation of the CJRA in the study districts: the recommendations of the advisory groups, the plans adopted by the districts, and the plans actually implemented. It was prepared for the Judicial Conference of the United States.

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January 29, 1997
James S. Kakalik, Terence Dunworth, Laural A. Hill, Daniel McCaffrey, Marian Oshiro, Nicholas M. Pace, Mary E. Vaiana

Institute for Civil Justice, Rand Corporation.
This executive summary summarizes three technical reports that document RAND's evaluation of the Civil Justice Reform Act (CJRA) of 1990. It provides an overview of the purpose of the CJRA, the basic design of the evaluation, the key findings, and their policy implications. It was prepared for the Judicial Conference of the United States.

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March 30, 1993
Center for Public Resources (CPR), Inc.

A list of signatories to the CPR Legal Program's Statement of Concerns and Principles Regarding Court-Related ADR

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March 1, 1993
CPR Judicial Project Advisory Council

The CPR Judicial Project Advisory Council's statement to the courts on ADR. Contains recommendations and concerns regarding resources, judicial vacancies, and the quality of court-sponsored ADR procedures.

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November 11, 1992
Terence Dunworth, James S. Kakalik

Summary of RAND's plan to evaluate pilot districts and comparison districts. Includes statistical tables and questionnaires for judges, attorneys, and litigants

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July 1, 1992
Brookings Task Force on Civil Justice Reform

Detailed analysis of the Early Implementation Districts' plans

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May 5, 1992
Linda Casey

Linda Casey forwards an analysis of the features of district cost and delay reduction plans for 22 districts

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