A Compendium of Proposals to Reform the United States Courts of AppealsU. Fla. L. Rev.
AbstractJudge Ginsburg has provided a judge's-eye view of the work of a United States Court of Appeals in her Dunwody Lecture.'From her perspective as a judge on the District of Columbia Circuit, she has done a fine job describing the process of deciding appellate cases and composing a reasoned decision. But simply describing" things as they are" in the decisional process will not suffice in this article for two reasons. First, Judge Ginsburg has already done that, as have other judges.
Citation InformationThomas E. Baker. "A Compendium of Proposals to Reform the United States Courts of Appeals" U. Fla. L. Rev. Vol. 37 (1985) p. 225
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