20 Third Branch 1 (1988)

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THE

BRANCH

Index to Volume 20,

January-December 1988

Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
Death penalty resource planning conference
presented with ABA, 8:3
Grand and petit juror service statistics for 1987
released, 2:3
John Thomas Jones heads Magistrates Division, 1:3
Duane Lee named chief of Court Administration
Division, 1:3
Office of Planning and Evaluation, creation
announced, 5:7
Work measurement formulas to be updated, 9:4
AIDS
Penalty for conduct likely to transmit, 6:2
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
2d Cir. committee reports on settlement practices,
12:5
Summary jury trial requirement upheld by E.D.
Ky., 6:3
Claims Court receives award for its ADR program,
4:6
See also Arbitration, Summary Jury Trial
American Bar Association
Caseflow management report, 3:3
Death penalty conference presented with AO
Defender Services, 8:3
Federal court issues discussed at annual meeting,
9:3
Judicial selection role under Federal Advisory
Committee Act, 9:6
American Judicature Society
Receives grant for education on judicial ethics, 1:6
Appropriation
FY88 judiciary appropriation, 2:1
Arbitration
Defendant ordered to pay costs of sham
arbitration in D.N.J., 55
Attorney Discipline
National Association of Bar Counsel calls for study
of attorney discipline, 1:6

Attorney Fees
Death penalty habeas corpus counsel, special rate
set, 1:3
Attorneys
1st Cir. upholds local rule requiring judicial
approval before prosecutors may subpoena
attorneys, 1:5
Automation
Computer-assisted legal research guidelines for
judges' computer use in chambers, 5:6
Computer-synthesized voice system in bankruptcy
courts, 8:1
FJC surveys PC use in chambers, compiles
software catalog, 5:1, 11:2
Opinion access at Supreme Court under study, 9:9
Telephone access to case information, 10:2
Touch-screen computer in District of Columbia
Courts, 9:3
Bankruptcy Appeals
Appeals go only to district court or to bankruptcy
judges' panel, holds 5th Cir., 5:4
State courts may not hear claims of abuse of
process, holds 9th Cir., 1:5
Bankruptcy Court Rules
Revised procedural forms released by AO, 9:2
Bankruptcy Judges
Legislation passes with raises, benefits, 3:8, 11:3
Meet with President Reagan, 12:4
Seminar tour in E.D. Va., 3:4
Time study of work to be made by FHC, 9:1
Bankruptcy Judges and Magistrates Retirement
and Survivor Annuities Act
Introduced in House, 5:3
Reported favorably by Senate Judiciary
Committee, 1:2
Passed by Congress, 11:3
Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution
JCUS committee asks circuits to make bicentennial
their conference theme, 10:3

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