19 Third Branch 1 (1987)

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BRANCH

Index to Volume 19, January-December 1987

Administrative Conference of the U.S.
Activities discussed by Administrative Conference
Chairman M. I Breger, 1:1
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AO)
Court Administration Division established, 8:1
Distinguished service program begun. 2:3
E. L. Stoorza named assistant director for automation
and statistics, 4:4
Employees recognized for cost savings, 7:4
K. K. Siegel appointed chief of Office of the Judicial
Conference Secretariat, 11:2
R. A. Karam appointed assistant director for
administration, 5:7
R. E. Feidler named head of Legislative and Public
Affairs Office, 3:3
R. W Mundy recognized for distinguished service, 6:4
AIDS and AIDS-Related Complex
Subcommittee on Courts, Civil Liberties, and the
Administration of Justice hearing discusses AIDS
policies for federal prisoners and parolees, 127
Testing of federal prisoners for exposure to AIDS
discussed by Bureau of Prisons Director J M
Quinian, 9:9
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Administrative Conference Chairman M. J. Breger
discusses, 1:6
Attorney held in contempt for refusal to proceed with
summary jury trial, 7:4
Bills to encourage ADR introduced in House, 6 10
Chief Judge H. L. Winter discusses Fourth Circuit use of
ADR, 8:7
D.C. Circuit and U.S. Claims Court programs for various
ADR techniques, 6:1
Ford Foundation funding for research on ADR, 1!4
Negotiated rulemaking in administrative a gencies
discussed by Assistant Attorney General R. K.
Willard, 10.1
See also Arbitration, Minitrials, Summary Jury Trial
American Bar Association
Adopts new principle on grand juiy abuse, 0:1
Annual meeting, 10:1
Midyear meeting, 4:2
Proposes salary increases for bankruptcy judges, 10:9
Role in judicial selection process noted bY Deputy
Attorney General A. I. Burns, 3.7
Supports legislation to amend federal statute on judicial
disqualification, 10:9.
American Law Institute
Chief Justice W. H. Rehnquist addresses Institute, 7:1

Amicus Curiae
Filings in federal courts discussed by Solicitor General
C. Fried, 4:7
Antitrust Issues, International
Deputy Attorney General A. 1. Burns discusses, 3:5
State Department Legal Adviser A. D. Sofaer discusses,
2:7
Arbitration
Assistant Attorney General R. K. Willard discusses, 10:6
Court-annexed arbitration discussed by Rep. R. L.
Mazzoli, 5:10
See also Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Asbestos Litigation
FJC publishes Trends in Asbestos Litigation (Willging),
11:3
Attorney Discipline
Attorney disbarment case, 6:3
See also Sanctions
Attorney General's Advocacy Institute
Training of Justice Department lawyers by Institute
discussed by Deputy Attorney General A. I. Burns,
3:4
Attorney Orientation
Program announced in Southern District of New York,
3:7
Augustyn, Noel J.
Appointed administrative assistant to Chief Justice, 1:1
Automation in Federal Courts
Chief Judge W. J. Holloway, Jr., discusses, 11:7
Chief Judge W. S. Sessions discusses, 6:1, 6:6
Bail Reform Act of 1984
FJC publishes The Bail Reform Act of 1984 (Golash), 6:5
Bankruptcy
Automation in bankruptcy courts, 6:6, 7:8
Tenth Circuit filings discussed by Chief Judge W. J.
Holloway, Jr., 11:7
Bankruptcy Court Rules
Amendments to rules, 5:5
Interim local rules recommended by JCUS Advisory
Committee on Bankruptcy Rules, 3:1
Bankruptcy Judges
ABA resolution proposed to increase salaries, 10:9

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