Federal study opposes national appeals court

March 1977
American Bar Association Journal;Mar1977, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p303
Academic Journal
Focuses on a report prepared by a U.S. Department of Justice Committee on Revision of the Federal Judicial System on the federal court system. Arguments against the creation of a national court of appeals; Recommendations to extend functions of administrative law judges; Criticism on the federal judicial selection system.


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