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Jason A. Cantone, Carly E. Giffin
June 3, 2020

This report evaluates the use of certified questions of state law between 2010 and 2018 in three U.S. circuit courts of appeal: the Ninth, Sixth, and Third Circuits. The data shows variation in the rate of certification and timing of certification events between the circuits.

Jason A. Cantone, Carly E. Giffin
June 3, 2020

This report examines state and territorial statutes that authorize certification of questions of state law.

Gautham Rao, Winston A. Bowman, Clara J. Altman
January 23, 2020

This volume presents recent scholarship on the history of the federal court system.  The main themes include the practices and importance of the lower federal courts, the relationship between district and circuit courts and the Supreme Court, and the broader role of the federal court system in Am

Nicholle Stahl-Reisdorff
October 18, 2006

In 1999, at the direction of the Judicial Officers Resources Working Group appointed by the Chief Justice, the Center conducted studies of the use of visiting judges in the district courts.

Jennifer Evans Marsh
October 1, 2003

In 1999, at the direction of the Judicial Officers Resources Working Group appointed by the Chief Justice, the Center conducted studies of the use of visiting judges in the district courts.

Jennifer Evans Marsh
January 1, 2001

Superseded by The Use of Visiting Judges in the Federal District Courts: A Guide for Judges and Court Personnel (updated 2003).In 1999, at the direction of the Judicial Officers Resources Working Group appointed by the Chief Justice, the Center conducted studies of the use of visiting judges in t

Arthur D. Hellman
December 1, 1991

In section 302 of the Judicial Improvements Act of 1990, Congress took steps to address long-felt concerns about the capacity of the federal judicial system to provide, within a reasonable time, a uniform construction of federal law where uniformity is needed.

Donna J. Stienstra
January 1, 1985

A description of the methods used by eighteen district courts to ensure that a visiting judge's stay is satisfying and productive for both the visitor and the court.

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