18 Third Branch 1 (1986)

handle is hein.journals/thirdbran18 and id is 1 raw text is: BULLETIN OF THE FEDERAL COURTS

THE

Index to Volume 18,

January to December 1986

Adarms, Arlin M.
Ad Hoc Advisory Committee on the Ad.-
minitraiveOffice of tile U.S. Courts
Appointed by CA Burger
Sbmits report
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
Ad floc Advisory Commitee onthe Ad-
mninistrative Office of thle U.S. Courts_'
app oinited
Ad Hloc Advisory Comnmittee submils
report
Directed byv Judicial Conference to studyv
pOSsibi lit of jldjila branIch underta kin
its ow'n building des ign, leasinlg' Con-
structi-on, and rnaiinteattcc
Director L. Ralph Mecham- interviewed
James A. MecCafferty ret'ires as chief of Sa
tistical Anahsis & Reports D-i.
Reports on jud'icial Workload
Alternative Dispute Resolution
House subcor:itee 'hearing o-n court-
Annvxed Arbitration Act of 1986
Sce also Arbitration
American Bar Association
Annual rneeting,7
iouisu of Delegates  omsiders report on1
professiontafism
0i dyear meeting
Mkiidyear meeting addressed by CLi. ure
JTaslk iorce issues new newsletter
American Bar Foundation
'Reports on  Icrease in lwyer in IS
American Judicature Society
Invites tmanuscripts for Juiauesy-
posiun iss'ue on Constitution'
Amnerican Law Institute
C.L Buħrgarese anrl reng11
JPre4lrminary study of complex liti~gation dis -
cussed In iterveuw wi~th Prof. Arthur
iler
Annuities
President Rea-zan sign  ..350t m
prove~~ anuiie  Irg~   for fedieral
judges' suri-vors

2:4
11:3
24
7:5
10:2
9:3
4:3
3:3
2:
9:9

Appropriations
D)rug enforcemnent icagislation ncsiae
suppICemental- appropriations for
House'.   approves app-ropriations 9 percent
less than judiciary r-equested
Fe-deral courts fiscal Year 1987 a-ppropria-
tion de-taile-d
Supplemental appropriat'ions bil for juror
fees and allowances
See 0s Budget; Grammn-Rudman-
Jiotliflgs
Arbitration
Resoliion oyn 9) U.SC. approved by ABA
I ou Se
S ee also Alternati-Ve Dispute Resolution
Asbestos Litigationa
Rand Corp. Study
Attor-neys' fees
Di' scussed in interview wihSen. Orrin G.
H-atch
FJC paper on taxation
Automation in Federal Courts
Discussed in interview with Chief Judge
Patricia W/vkt
Five-Year PlIan Ifor AuIttation, in the United
StateS Courts updated
See aiso CAMP'; New AIMS
Blankruptcy Court
Bankruptcy case notice fees and bank-
rUptey case filing fees- in appropriations
bill
Changes' in official duty station-s and places
o.f holdingz court ag-reed to by Judicli
Conference
Bankruptcy Court Rulesi
judicial Conference approves transmittal to
Supremen Court of ame-ndmrents
B ankruptcy judges and Judgeships
C.Rehomqu ist notes creation, of bankruptcy
judgeships, looks  forward to,
appropriation
H ouse approves creatikon of 52new bank-
ruptcy judgeships
Syst em nfir recallf bankruptcy judges,
U. S. Claimn.s Court Judges, and-t~
Magistrates

Note: The numbers at the right of each column refer to the issue number and page number.

2:8
10:1
7:6
4:7
12:2
12: 1
123

BRANCH

What Is HeinOnline?

HeinOnline is a subscription-based resource containing nearly 2,700 academic and legal journals from inception; complete coverage of government documents such as U.S. Statutes at Large, U.S. Code, Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, U.S. Reports, and much more. Documents are image-based, fully searchable PDFs with the authority of print combined with the accessibility of a user-friendly and powerful database. For more information, request a quote or trial for your organization below.



Short-term subscription options include 24 hours, 48 hours, or 1 week to HeinOnline with pricing starting as low as $29.95

Access to this content requires a subscription. Please visit the following page to request a quote or trial:

Already a HeinOnline Subscriber?