Shelf Number: 1000 - 11
A basic reference guide for appellate court clerks, judges, central staff attorneys, appellate practitioners, policymakers, researchers, educators, or anyone interested in appellate courts and how they are organized and managed. The book updates information from a series of comparative studies describing the nation's state appellate courts. Explains management and organization of appellate courts. Information covers decision-making in appellate courts, steps in appellate procedure, appellate court jurisdiction, expedited procedures, description of the appellate bench, clerks and judicial support staff, technology and representation.
Available Media: Print
Faculty Author: Carol R. Flango and David B. Rottman
Producer: National Center for State Courts and NCACC