9 J. App. Prac. & Process i (2007)

handle is hein.journals/jappp9 and id is 1 raw text is: THE JOURNAL OF
APPELLATE PRACTICE
AND PROCESS
VOLUME 9/NUMBER 1
SPRING 2007

ESSAYS

Robert L. Brown
Sarah E. Ricks

ARTICLES

W. Warren H. Binford,
Preston C. Greene,
Maria C. Schmidlkofer,
Robert M. Wilsey, and
Hillary A. Taylor
Michael Duvall
Robert A. Katzmann and
Russell R. Wheeler
Brent E. Newton
Joseph W. Swanson

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Unpublished, Non-Precedential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

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