21 Third Branch 1 (1989)

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THE

BRANCH

Index to Volume 21,

January-December 1989

Ad Hoc Committee on Federal Habeas Corpus in
Capital Cases
Delivers its report, 10:1
See also Lewis F. Powell, Jr.
Administrative Conference of the United States
Judicial review of administrative agency statutory
interpretations, 7:5
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
Creates management internship program, 10:1
Marks 50th anniversary, 10:3
Releases caseload information, 10:3
Undertakes court work measurement/staffing
allocation studies, 3:3
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Civil Appeals Management Plan in 2d Cir., 9:7
American Bar Association
Addressed by Chief Justice, 2:1
Draft revisions to Standards Relating to Court
Organization, 7:2
Federal security standards resolution, 9:4
Habeas procedure task force issues
recommendations, 12:4
Mass torts report, 9:4
Model Code of Judicial Conduct, draft changes, 6:3
Pending ethics legislation opposed, 9:5
Public-sector attorney participation sought, 9:4
Publishes Criminal Justice Mental Health
Standards, 6:5
Senior judges legislation, 5:3, 9:4, 11:1, 12:3
State Justice Institute funds new projects, 3:3
Audiovisual Media
Media catalog published by FJC, 3:3
Averill, Lawrence H., Jr.
Named to be Administrative Assistant to the Chief
Justice, 7:1
Automation
Electronic system gives public access to court
information in 9th Cir., 2:2
Filing by FAX or computer, 7:4
FTS2000 telephone system, 12:1

Microcomputers for Integrated Case Management
Systems (ICMS) pilot-test, 4:3
Bankruptcy
Code amendment legislation filed, 10:4, 12:5
Bankruptcy Judges
Orientation for newly appointed judges, 9:1
Post-employment restrictions on magistrates and
bankruptcy judges, 8:1
Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution
Detroit courthouse celebration, 4:2
Georgetown University Law Center to host
conference, 9:7
Observances planned, 3:2
Poster exhibit to be distributed, 9:2
Bill of Rights
Bicentennial observance planned, 3:2
Legislation proposed to commemorate 200th
anniversary, 10:4
Bonds
Removal bonds abolished, 2:2
Cameras in the Courtroom
JCUS committee considers relaxing prohibition,
10:3
Capital Cases
ABA task force report recommends habeas
procedure changes, 12:1
Ad Hoc Committee of JCUS recommends changes
in habeas procedure, 10:1
Senate hearing on habeas procedure report, 12:1
Caseloads
Chief Justice suggests ways to ease burdens on
state, federal courts, 2:1
Firm pledges pro bono assistance in S.D.N.Y. pro
se prisoner cases, 8:4
Cases
Erickson ex rel. U.S. v. American Institute of
Biological Sciences, 8:5
Gomez v. U.S., 7:1

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