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A New Judge’s Introduction to Federal Judicial Administration [Superseded]

Russell R. Wheeler
January 1, 2003
In Print: Available for Distribution

This brief pamphlet describes the major agencies that administer the federal courts on the national, regional, and local level and summarizes their primary functions. It covers, for example, the circuit judicial councils, circuit conferences, the U.S. Judicial Conference and its committees, and the Administrative Office and Federal Judicial Center.

Superseded by A New Judge’s Introduction to Federal Judicial Administration, Second Edition (2020).