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NCJ Number: 36327 Find in a Library
Title: NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON JUDICIAL SELECTION AND TENURE RESOURCE MATERIALS
Author(s): R S LOWE
Corporate Author: American Judicature Soc
United States of America
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 306
Sponsoring Agency: American Judicature Soc
Chicago, IL 60601-7401
Type: Bibliography
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THE THRUST OF THIS CONFERENCE, HELD IN DENVER (CO) ON MARCH 20-22, 1974, WAS TO STUDY WAYS TO IMPROVE THE STATE SELECTION AND TENURE PROCESSES.
Abstract: THIS VOLUME CONTAINS THE ADVANCE READING MATERIALS MAILED TO CONFEREES AND PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS PRIOR TO THE CONFERENCE. INCLUDED ARE READINGS AND OTHER INFORMATION ON JUDICIAL SELECTION AND TENURE IN THE UNITED STATES, JUDICIAL QUALITIES, EVALUATING JUDICIAL CANDIDATES, AND APPOINTMENTS, SELECTION OF FEDERAL JUDGES, JUDICIAL EDUCATION, JUDICIAL DISCIPLINE AND REMOVAL, JUDICIAL COMPENSATION AND RETIREMENT, AND MERIT RETENTION. APPENDED ARE EXCERPTS FROM VARIOUS STATES' JUDICIAL ARTICLES PERTAINING TO SELECTION AND TENURE.
Index Term(s): Judge selection; Personnel retention; Reading lists; Reference materials; Workshops and seminars
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