Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2000

Foreword


Foreword

Coleen M. Barger

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An Environment of Change


A Vision of the Future of Appellate Practice and Process

George Nicholson

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The Effect of Courtroom Technologies on and in Appellate Proceedings and Courtrooms

Fredric I. Lederer

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The Evolution of Research


Technological Developments in Legal Research

Lynn Foster and Bruce Kennedy

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Legal Research and the World of Thinkable Thoughts

Robert C. Berring

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The Digital Record


A Review of Electronic Court Filing in the United States

Bradley J. Hillis

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Use of Electronic Appeal Transcripts in the Alberta Court of Appeal

Roger Philip Kerans and Patrick Keys

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Electronic Filing in North Carolina: Using the Internet instead of the Interstate

Deborah Leonard Parker

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Briefing and Oral Argument


New Technologies and Appellate Practice

Philip A. Talmadge

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CD-ROM Briefs: Are We There Yet?

Marilyn Devin

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Minnesota Court of Appeals Hears Oral Argument Via Interactive Teleconferencing Technology

Edward Toussaint

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TV or Not TV: The Telecast of Appellate Arguments in Pennsylvania

Stephen J. McEwen

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The Decision-making Process


Thawing out the Cold Record: Some Thoughts on How Videotaped Records May Affect Traditional Standards of Deference on Direct and Collateral Review

Robert C. Owen and Melissa Mather

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Redefining Rehearing: Previewing Appellate Decisions Online

J. Thomas Sullivan

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The Changing Culture


Collegiality and Technology

Michael R. Murphy

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The 1% Solution: American Judges Must Enter the Internet Age

Henry H. Perritt and Ronald W. Staudt

2000-07-01 Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2000