33 Judges J. 1 (1994)

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A Quarterly of the Judicial Administration Division
2        Differentiated Case Management: What is it? How Effective
Has it Been?
By Caroline S. Cooper
4        Differentiated Case Management Help for Courts
5        Transferring Criminal Case Management Functions from the
Prosecutor to the Court
By J. Kelley Arnold
6        Reducing Delay and Trial Date Continuances
By Thomas Mott
9        Developing Felony Tracks
By Legrome Davis
10       Court-Ordered Drug Treatment Does Work
By Thomas H. Maugh II and M. Douglas Anglin
14       Child Protection Mediation in the Juvenile Court
By Nancy Thoennes
18       A Sample Mediation
28       Building Your Law-Related Education Dream
By Leslie A. Hayashi
32       A Community Approach to Drug Abuse
By George Nicola
34       Special Civil Tracks
By Rudolph J. Rossetti
36       A Three-Track Criminal Program
By Ronald Taylor
48       Nominating Committee Reports


25       Federal
26       Administrative
27       College
27       Traffic Court

Cover: David Tillinghast/The Image Bank

Winter 1994, Vol- 33, No. I
Editorial Board:
Hon. Francis J. Larkin, NCSCJ
Hon. Jean S. Cooper, NCALJ
Hon. Jon R. Kerian, NCSTJ
Hon. Leah J. Sears-Collins, AJC
Hon. Zita L. Weinshienk (NCFTJ)
Dean Robert B. Yegge, LC
Hon. J. F. Greene
Hon. Hon. Phillip J. Roth
Editorial Director:
Robert D. Yates
Frederic G. Melcher
Art Director:
Rafi Kushmir
Production Director:
Karen Thigpen
Magazine Production
Group Director:
Robert Woolley
Production Group:
Typesetting Supervisor:
Delia M. Ochoa
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Mary Anne Kulchawik
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Frank Valach
Production Coordinator:
Susan Churchill
Darkroom Supervisor:
Doris Morrissette
Martha White
Photo Service Coordinator:
Gina Wilson
Editorial Assistance:
Helen Rosas

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