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January 1, 2004

The Center's report on research and education activities in 2003, submitted to the Judicial Conference of the United States as required by statute.

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January 1, 2003

The Center's report on research and education activities in 2002, submitted to the Judicial Conference of the United States as required by statute.

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January 1, 2002
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The Center's report on research and education activities in 2001, submitted to the Judicial Conference of the United States as required by statute.

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January 1, 2001
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The Center's report on research and education activities in 2000, submitted to the Judicial Conference of the United States as required by statute.

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January 1, 2000
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The Center's report on research and education activities in 1999, submitted to the Judicial Conference of the United States as required by statute.

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March 1, 1999
Marie Leary, Robert J. Niemic, Melissa Deckman Fallon

Bankruptcy courts are different from the district courts in the attorney conduct area in that attorneys who practice in bankruptcy courts are subject to a complex statutory system, which includes bankruptcy-specific conflict of interest criteria and other standards directly governing attorney conduct. The Judicial Conference Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure in conjunction with the Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Rules requested the Federal Judicial Center to conduct a study of attorney conduct issues in the bankruptcy courts.

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January 1, 1999
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The Center's report on research and education activities in 1998, submitted to the Judicial Conference of the United States as required by statute.

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January 1, 1998
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Report submitted to the Judicial Conference of the United States, as directed by statute, describing the work of the Center for the calendar year.

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September 1, 1997
Gordon Bermant

This report describes the purpose, aspirations, and components of the Federal Judicial Television Network (FJTN), which will reach judges and court staff members with a range of essential educational programs and other communications. The network will use formats that take full advantage of professional television production facilities and skills.

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