Vol. 9 Nbr. 1, March 2007
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- Just a matter of time? Video cameras at the United States Supreme Court and the state supreme courts.
- A modest proposal for regulating unpublished, non-precedential federal appellate opinions while courts and litigants adapt to Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 32.1.
- Seeking best practices among intermediate courts of appeal: a nascent journey.
- When is oral argument important? A judicial clerk's view of the debate.
- A mechanism for 'statutory housekeeping': appellate courts working with Congress.
- Lopez v. Gonzales: a window on the shortcomings of the federal appellate process.
- Experience matters: the rise of a Supreme Court bar and its effect on certiorari.
- Class certification and interlocutory review: rule 23(f) in the courts.
- Direct appeals from bankruptcy courts to the courts of appeals: the experience after two years.
- Appellate Courts: Structures, Functions, Processes, and Personnel, 2d ed.