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August 31, 2017
Margaret S. Williams, Kristin A. Garri

To assist courts in managing their civil and criminal caseloads, we created a case management dashboard.  The dashboards show courts how slowly or quickly they terminate groups of cases relative to the national average.  

The video shows a demonstration of the dashboard and the link below provides the instructions for use.

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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 1, 1977
Steven Flanders

An oft-cited analysis of the differences between court management procedures resulting in fast versus slow processing and those resulting in high versus low rates of disposition. This volume reports the overall results of the District Court Studies Project, a long-range effort by the Federal Judicial Center to assist the work of the United States district courts.

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