Tag Archives: Judicial Conference of the United States

Court Video Developments

Three notable courtroom video projects have recently been launched. First, proceedings of the UK Supreme Court are now being televised and Webcast live on SkyNews. Click here for Professor Simon Fodden’s post about this project at Slaw.ca. Second, a pilot … Continue reading

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Accessing PACER Cases Free of Charge

A procedure for accessing full text judicial decisions free of charge on PACER — the U.S. federal courts’ database of court decisions and litigation materials — has been posted by Mark Rosch. The procedure has been recently discussed by Nick … Continue reading

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May 10-11, 2010: Civil Litigation Conference at Duke Law School

A live Webcast is available for the 2010 Civil Litigation Conference, sponsored by the Judicial Conference of the United States, and being held 10-11 May 2010 at Duke University Law School in Durham, North Carolina, USA. The conference will focus … Continue reading

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Lee & Willging, Attorney Satisfaction with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Emery G. Lee III and Thomas E. Willging, both of the Federal Judicial Center, have published Attorney Satisfaction with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Report to the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules (2010). Here is the executive … Continue reading

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