Almanac of the Federal Judiciary

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Aspen Pub, 1995 - Law - 2130 pages
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The Almanac of the Federal Judiciary has built its considerable reputation by providing balanced, responsible judicial profiles of every federal judge and all the key bankruptcy judges and magistrate judges -- profiles that include reliable inside information based on interviews with lawyers who have argued cases before the federal judiciary.

Containing valuable, hard-to-find material on every federal trial judge and appellate judge in the nation, this unique resource includes:

  • Each judge's academic and professional background, experience on the bench, noteworthy rulings, and media coverage
  • Candid, revealing commentary by lawyers, based on first-hand experiences before their local federal judges
  • Helpful tips for your litigating team in shaping case strategy
  • Important insights into each judge's style, demeanor, knowledge, and management of courtroom proceedings
  • And continuing in-depth research, with semiannual updates.

The Almanac of the Federal Judiciary is divided into two volumes:

  • Volume 1: District Magistrates and Bankruptcy Judges
  • Volume 2: Circuit Judges

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