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Memo to all federal courts clerks, chief probation officers, and chief pretrial services officers regarding the staffing equalization program that the judicial conference approved for FY 1995. Includes formulas for calculating the staffing limits for each circuit and district as well as information regarding Voluntary Separation Incentive Payments.

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Agenda and notes from CADs/CED coordination meeting. Includes a CED organizational chart and a footnoted excerpt of the CJRA sections 479-481

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Long Range Planning Series, Paper No. 3

An analysis of the pros and cons of alternative schemes for the governance of the federal courts. The scheme draws on proposals of various judges and other observers and includes the elements suggested in the title, among others. A "coda" discusses other more modest proposals for change in the governance structure. The paper's purpose is not to advocate any particular proposals, but to stimulate and inform discussion of issues of governance.

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Updates chief judges and advisory group chairs on the implementation of the Civil Justice Reform Act.

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A series of memos discussing proposed changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that have been recommended by the courts in response to the Civil Justice Reform Act

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Judicial Conference's template of a district plan for cost and delay reduction, with alternatives based on the plans of Early Implementation Districts

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This memo from CJRA Project Directors at the Administrative Office and the Federal Judicial Center provides court clerks and advisory group members with contact information, timetables, guidelines and a list of Federal Judicial Center resources that they can use to implement the provisions of the CJRA.

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Draft of the Judicial Conference's template of a district plan for cost and delay reduction, to be edited and published by September

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This letter to Chief Judge William D. Browing informs him that the Judicial Conference has selected the Arizona District as a comparison district to study the impact of CJRA measures and asks for his cooperation in the study.

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Several news articles describing judicial reactions to the CJRA. Additional date: 10/23/1991

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