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Press release summarizing Judge Aubrey E. Robinson's statement before Congress regarding S. 2027, and announcing the formation of a Judicial Conference subcommittee to review and offer opinions on civil justice reform legislation as bills H.R. 3898 and S. 2027 move through Congress

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A brief history of the administrative structure of the federal courts and the origins of the Judicial Conference of the United States. The author also describes the committee structure of the Judicial Conference, emphasizing the Court Administration Committee.

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A description of procedures in six stages of the appellate process: notification, documentation, argumentation, decision, publication, and mandate. The report also describes procedures related to judicial conferences, councils, committees, and circuit executives; bar admission and regulation; court support personnel, staff attorneys, and libraries. Procedures in each of the federal courts of appeals are identified and compared.

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Report submitted to the Judicial Conference of the United States, as directed by statute, describing the work of the Center, March 1, 1971 [First Revision, 26 March, 1971]

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Report submitted to the Judicial Conference of the United States, as directed by statute, describing the work of the Center, March 13, 1969.

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Report submitted to the Judicial Conference of the United States, as directed by statute, describing the work of the Center, March 1968 to August 1968.

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Judicial Conference preamble to their plans for improved case management

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Describes the recent history of civil justice reform efforts. Includes analysis of the reform efforts of each of the three branches.

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Handwritten notes that include the names of members of the Judicial Conference Executive Committee

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Examines the effects of the CJRA and the Federal Rules proposal to amend Rule 26 on pre-trial discovery.

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