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In 2016, the New York State–Federal Judicial Council prepared this report on the coordination of discovery between New York state and federal courts. 

The Federal Judicial Center did not contribute to this document. It is presented as an example of work from a state–federal judicial council. 

This document is part of Federal and State Court Cooperation, a Special Topic Webpage.

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In this issue of the State-Federal Judicial Observer:

  • State, Federal Judicial Bodies Agree on Health Case Dispute Resolution Principles
  • Seminar Features Nationally Known Authors; Oates, McPherson Speak
  • NCCJ Adopts Two Strong Resolutions on Federalism
  • State and Federal Judges, Court Personnel Attend March Conference on Ending Racial, Ethnic Bias
  • Chief Justices' Conference Takes Strong Stand Against Justice Department Regulation
  • Substantive Legal Issues Create Tensions Between State and Federal Courts, by Susan P. Graber
  • British Lord Chancellor Greets State, Federal Judges at Seminar
  • Realistic Long-Range Planning for Courts: A State-Federal Judicial Council Project, by William W Schwarzer
  • Special Issue of Justice System Journal Details Courts' Attempts to Deal with Rising Drug Caseloads
  • State-Federal Council Discussion Survey Reveals Variety of Subjects: (Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia)

The State-Federal Judicial Observer was published from 1993-1999 as an occasional newsletter. It was issued by the Center's Interjudicial Affairs Office to further the Center's statutory charge to further cooperation between the state and federal judiciaries. Issues covered a range of topics relating to judicial federalism and provide updates on state-federal judicial councils in the states that have them.

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In this issue of the State-Federal Judicial Observer:

  • Western States Commit to Improving State-Federal Judicial Relations: Nine States Set State-Federal Priorities at First Regional Conference in Skamania in June
  • NCSC Offers Technology Services to Federal Courts
  • Brookings Holds Seminar in Issues of Federalism in the Courts: Hughes Addresses Conference on Increasing Federalization of Crime
  • National Center for State Courts Publishes Caseload Statistics Report
  • Federalism in the Administration of Criminal Justice, by William W Schwarzer
  • California State-Federal Judicial Council Sponsors Capital Case Symposium; Issues are Identified for Dialogue, Solutions
  • Ensuring Gender Fairness is Issue at State-Federal Courts Bias Conference, by Marilyn Roberts
  • Focus On: New Court Complex --Tacoma Saves Historic Rail Station for Use by Judges, Court Administrators(includes photograph)
  • National Roundup of Activities of State-Federal Judicial Councils: (Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia)

The State-Federal Judicial Observer was published from 1993-1999 as an occasional newsletter. It was issued by the Center's Interjudicial Affairs Office to further the Center's statutory charge to further cooperation between the state and federal judiciaries. Issues covered a range of topics relating to judicial federalism and provide updates on state-federal judicial councils in the states that have them.

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A “starter kit” for judges and administrators who are planning to organize a council of state and federal judges or who are looking for suggestions to revitalize an existing council. The booklet includes sample organizing documents and forms as well as a bibliography and a form for reporting council activities to the Center, which serves as a clearinghouse for state–federal judicial councils.

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