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NCJ Number: 40096 Find in a Library
Title: JUDICIAL COUNCILS AND POLICY PLANNING - CONTINUOUS STUDY AND DISCONTINUOUS INSTITUTIONS
Journal: JUSTICE SYSTEM JOURNAL  Volume:2  Issue:2  Dated:(WINTER 1976)  Pages:121-140
Author(s): R R WHEELER; D W JACKSON
Corporate Author: Institute for Court Management
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 20
Sponsoring Agency: Institute for Court Management
Denver, CO 80202
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: EXPLORATION OF INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS THAT WOULD BE MOST LIKELY TO OPTIMIZE EFFECTIVE STATE JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY PLANNING.
Abstract: THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL'S MOVEMENT FOR A PLANNING STRUCTURE IS TRACED, ALONG WITH ITS ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND FAILURES. CURRENT STRUCTURAL PATTERNS FOR POLICY PLANNING IN STATE JUDICIAL SYSTEMS ARE DESCRIBED, AS WELL. MOREOVER, GENERALIZATIONS ARE OFFERED ON TWO COURT MANAGEMENT GOALS: TO INCREASE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF JUDICIAL COUNCILS AND TO AUGMENT THE SALIENCE OF OTHER REFORMS IN THE COURT STRUCTURE. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT)...KAP
Index Term(s): Court reform; Planning; Policy; State judicial councils
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