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A Selected Bibliography

Catherine Morris

Caseflow Management in Courts and Tribunals

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Administrative Review Council. Access to Administrative Review by Members of Australia"s Ethnic Communities. Report No. 34. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1991.

Administrative Review Council. Better decisions: A Review of Commonwealth Merits Review Tribunals. Report No. 39. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service 1995.

Aikman, Alexander B. Managing Mass Tort Cases : A Resource Book For State Trial Judges. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1995.

American Bar Association. Report of the Study Committee : Preparing the Record on Appeal Study and Guidelines for Solving Common Problems. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association, 1995.

American Bar Association. Trial Management Standards. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association, 1993.

Australian Institute of Judicial Administration. Case Management and Delay Reduction in the Higher Courts. Papers, Conference of Australian Higher Courts, Melbourne 6-7 December, 1991.

Australian Institute of Judicial Administration. Case Management and Delay Reduction in the Higher Courts. Papers, second annual AIJA Conference of Australian higher courts Melbourne 29-30, November, 1992.

Australian Institute of Judicial Administration. Case Management and Delay Reduction in the Higher Courts. Papers, third annual AIJA Conference of Australian higher courts Melbourne 3-4 December, 1993.

Australian Institute of Judicial Administration. Case Management and Delay Reduction in the Higher Courts. Papers, fourth annual AIJA Conference of Australian higher courts Melbourne 2-3 December, 1994.

Badgery-Parker, J, and J. Harrison. "A Short Way Down the Track: Differential Case Management in the Supreme Court" Law Society Journal 33(5)(1995): 34.

Baker, J. Who Settles and Why? A Study of the Factors Associated with the Stage of Case Disposition. Sydney, Australia: Civil Justice Research Centre, 1994.

Bakke, Holly. Integrating ADR Into Trial Court Civil Caseflow Management Systems : An Implementation Guide. Denver, CO: The Justice Management Institute, 1996.

Bureau of Justice Assistance. Differentiated Case Management. Washington, D.C: The Bureau, 1993.

Bureau of Justice Assistance. Differentiated Case Management: Implementation Manual. Washington, D.C: The Bureau, 1993.

Bureau of Justice Assistance. Special Drug Courts. Washington, D.C: The Bureau, 1993.

Bush, Robert A. Baruch. "Dispute Resolution Alternatives and the Goals of Civil Justice: Jurisdictional Principles for Process Choice" Wisconsin Law Review(1984)4: 895.

Butts, Jeffrey A. Waiting for Justice: Moving Young Offenders Through the Juvenile Court Process. Pittsburgh, PA: National Center for Juvenile Justice, 1996.

Canadian Bar Association. Issues Papers: Background Studies to the Systems of Civil Justice Task Force Report. Ottawa: Canadian Bar Association, 1996.

Canadian Center for Justice Statistics. Civil Courts Study Report. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 1999.

Cherniak, E., and J. McCamus. Issues Papers: Background Studies to the Systems of Civil Justice Task Force Report. Ottawa: Canadian Bar Association, 1996.

Chinkin, C., and M. Dewdney. "Settlement Week in New South Wales: An Evaluation" Australian Dispute Resolution Journal 3(1992): 93.

Church, Thomas W., et al. Justice Delayed: The Pace of Litigation in Urban Trial Courts. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1978.

Clarke G.R., and I.T. Davies. "Mediation: When Is It Not an Appropriate Dispute Resolution Process?" Australian Dispute Resolution Journal 3 (1992): 70.

Cooper, Caroline S. Expedited Drug Case Management. Washington, D.C: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance, 1994.

Cranston, R. Access to Justice: Background Report for Lord Woolf"s Inquiry. London: Lord Chancellor"s Department, 1995.

Crawford, J. Australian Courts of Law. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1993.

Daley, Henry W.K. Examining Courts of Last Resort: A View of Caseload Volume, Case Processing Time, and Automation in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and Ohio: Final Report to the Supreme Court. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Court Services Division, 1994.

Damaska, M. "Structures of Authority and Comparative Criminal Procedure" Yale Law Journal 84 (1975): 480.

Davies G., and J. Leiboff. "Streamlining the Adversarial Framework." Queensland Law Society Journal 25(2)(1995): 111.

Davies G., and S. Sheldon. "Some Proposed Changes in Civil Procedure: Their Practical benefits and Wthical Rationale" Journal of Judicial Administration 10 (1993): 111.

Degaris, A. "The Role of Federal Court Judges in the Settlement of Disputes." University of Tasmania Law Review 13(1994): 217.

Dunlap-Miller, Linda. Managing Change in a Criminal Division: A Focus on Decentralization and Team Concept. 1996.

Estreicher, Samuel, and John E. Sexton. "A Managerial Theory of the Supreme Court's Responsibilities: An Empirical Study." New York University Law Review59(1984):681-822

Fahnestock, Kathryn, et al. Time to Justice: Caseflow in Rural General Jurisdiction Courts. Montpelier, VT: Rural Justice Center, 1990.

Family Court of Australia Research and Evaluation Unit. Evaluation of the Family Court Mediation Service. Research Report No 12. Sydney: Family Court of Australia, 1994.

Fautsko, Timothy F. Traffic Violations Bureau Operations and Workflow Analysis: Revised Final Report. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Court Services Division, 1997.

Federal Judicial Center. Manual for Litigation Management and Cost and Delay Reduction. Washington, D.C: Federal Judicial Center, 1992.

Federal Court of Australia. Annual Report 1994-1995. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1995.

Federal Court of Australia. Annual Report 1995--1996. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1996.

Finn, P.D. Law and Government in Australia. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1987.

Fiss, Owen. "Against settlement." Yale Law Journal 93 (1984): 1073.

Flanders, Steven. "Case management: Failure in America? Success in England and Wales?" Civil Justice Quarterly 17 (July 1998):308-19.

Flango, Carol R., How Are Courts Coordinating Family Cases? Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1999.

Fleischman, Adam L., et al. North Dakota District Court Weighted Caseload Model. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Court Service Division, 1997.

General Council of the Bar and the Law Society of the United Kingdom. Civil justice on trial: The Case for Change Report. London: General Council, 1993.

Glasser, C. "Civil Procedure and the Lawyers: The Adversary System and the Decline of the Orality Principle." Modern Law Review 56 (1993): 307.

Guest, C., and T. Murphy. An Economic Evaluation of Differential Case Management. Sydney: Civil Justice Research Centre, 1995.

Goerdt, John. Divorce Courts: Case Management, Case Characteristics, and the Pace of Litigation in 16 Urban Jurisdictions. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1992.

Goerdt, John, et al. Examining Court Delay: The Pace of Litigation in 26 Urban Trial Courts, 1987. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1989.

Goerdt, John, et al. Reexamining the Pace of Litigation in 39 Urban Trial Courts. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1991.

Goerdt, John. Small Claims and Traffic Courts: Case Management Procedures, Case Characteristics, and Outcomes in 12 Urban Jurisdictions. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1992.

Hanson, Roger A. Appellate Court Performance Standards and Measures. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1999.

Hanson, Roger A. Handbook for Appellate Judges: Management Information on Court Performance. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1995.

Hanson, Roger A. Procedural Innovations for Appellate Courts: A Synthesis of Two National Workshops. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1995.

Hanson, Roger A. Time On Appeal. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1996.

Hays, Steven W., ed., et al. Handbook of Court Administration and Management. New York, NY: M. Dekker, 1993.

Henderson, Thomas A., et al. Alternative Approaches to the Comprehensive Adjudication of Drug Arrestees (CADA): Final Report. Arlington, VA: National Center for State Courts, Washington Project Office, 1991.

Henderson, Thomas A., et al. Differentiated Case Management: Final Report. Arlington, VA: National Center for State Courts, Washington Project Office, 1990.

Hewitt, William E., et al. Courts That Succeed: Six Profiles of Successful Courts. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1990.

Hydovitz, Charles L. Complex Civil Case Litigation: A Proposed D.C.M. Plan for the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court Orlando, Florida. Institute for Court Management, CEDP Paper, 1998.

Ipp, D.A. "Reforms to the Adversarial Process in Civil Litigation: Part I" Australian Law Journal 69(1995): 705.

Ipp, D.A. "Reforms to the adversarial process in civil litigation: Part II" Australian Law Journal 69 (1995): 790.

Ipp, D.A. "Judicial Intervention in the Trial Process." Australian Law Journal 69 (1992): 365-84.

Judicial Council of California. Appellate Court Resources Analysis: Report of the Working Group. Los Angeles, CA: Judicial Council of California, 1995.

Judicial Council of California. Prompt and Fair Justice in the Trial Courts: Report to the Legislature on Delay Reduction in the Trial Courts. San Francisco, CA: Administrative Office of the Courts, 1991.

Kakalik, James S.,R and Institute for Civil Justice, et al. An Evaluation of Mediation and Early Neutral Evaluation Under the Civil Justice Reform Act. Santa Monica, CA : RAND, 1996.

Kakalik, James S., Rand Institute for Civil Justice, et al. An Evaluation of Judicial Case Management Under the Civil Justice Reform Act. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 1996.

Kakalik, James S., Rand Institute for Civil Justice, et al. Implementation of the Civil Justice Reform Act in Pilot and Comparison Districts. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 1996.

Kakalik, James S., Rand Institute for Civil Justice, et al. Just, Speedy, and Inexpensive : An Evaluation of Judicial Case Management Under the Civil Justice Reform Act. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 1996.

Kakalik, James S., Rand Institute for Civil Justice, et al. Strategies for Reducing Civil Delay in the Los Angeles Superior Court: Technical Appendixes. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 1990.

Kakalik, James S., Rand Institute for Civil Justice, et al. Averting Gridlock: Strategies for Reducing Civil Delay in the Los Angeles Superior Court. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 1990.

Keilitz, S., ed. National Symposium on Court Connected Dispute Resolution Research: A Report on Current Research Findings: Implications for Courts and Research Needs. Alexandria Virginia USA: State Justice Institute, 1994.

Keogh, J.H. "Dispute Resolution Systems in the New South Wales Land and Environment Court." Australian Dispute Resolution Journal 7(1996): 169.

Krafka, Carol. Stalking the Increase in the Rate of Federal Civil Appeals. Washington, DC: Federal Judicial Center, 1995.

Macdonald, R.A. Study paper on Prospects for Civil Justice Toronto: Ontario Law Reform Commission, 1995.

Mangum, A. Fletcher, ed. Conference on Assessing the Effects of Legislation on the Workload of the Courts: Papers and Proceedings. Washington, D.C: Federal Judicial Center, 1995.

Mahoney, Barry, et al. Changing Times in the Trial Courts. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1988.

Mahoney, Barry, et al. How to Conduct a Caseflow Management Review: Guide for Practitioners. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1994.

Mahoney, Barry, et al. How to Conduct a Caseflow Management Review: Guide for Practitioners. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 1992.

Mahoney, Barry, et al. Improving Civil Caseflow Management in Urban Trial Courts. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 1992.

Mahoney, Barry, et al. Planning and Conducting a Course on "Managing Trials Effectively": A Guidebook for Judicial Educators. Reno, NV: National Judicial College, 1993.

Mahoney, Barry, et al. Planning and Conducting a Workshop on Reducing Delay in Felony Cases. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 1991.

Marks, K. "The Interventionist Court and Procedure." Monash Law Review18 (1992): 1.

Matruglio, T., and J. Baker An Implementation Evaluation of Differential Case Management: A report on the DCM Programme in the Common Law Division of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Sydney: Civil Justice Research Centre, 1995.

Matthias, John T., et. al. The Supreme Court of Texas Management Review: Final Report. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Court Services Division, 1996.

Metzger, R. W. British Columbia Supreme Court Report of the Chief Judge: Delay and Backlog in the Provincial Court of British Columbia. Vancouver: Office of the Chief Judge, 1998.

Miller, Fred, et al. Rural Courts are Fertile Ground for Caseflow Management: The Case Processing and Delay Reduction in Rural Courts Project. San Francisco, CA: National Center for State Courts, Western Regional Office, 1991.

National Center for State Courts. Managing Civil Jury Trials Effectively and the Criminal Judge"s Role in the Trial Process. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 1991.

Naughton, T. "Court Related Alternative Dispute Resolution in New South Wales Environment and Planning Law Journal 12 (1995): 373.

New South Wales. Parliament. Public Accounts Committee. Customer Service in Courts Administration: The Missing Dimension. A Review by the Public Accounts Committee of the Interim Performance Report by the NSW Audit Office into courts administration Sydney: Public Accounts Committee, 1996.

Neubauer, David W., et al. Managing the Pace of Justice: An Evaluation of LEAA"s Court Delay-Reduction Programs. Washington, D.C: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 1981.

Niemic,Robert J., Donna Stienstra, and Randall E. Ravitz. Guide to Judicial Management of Cases in ADR. Washington DC: Federal Judicial Center, 2001.

Access to Justice Advisory Committee. Access to justice: An Action Plan. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1994.

Novak, Rita M. et al. Delay on Appeal: A Process for Identifying Causes and Cures. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association, 1990.

Ontario, Province of. Civil Justice Review: First Report. Toronto: Court of Justice and Ministry of the Attorney-General, 1995.

Ontario Law Reform Commission. Rethinking Civil Justice: Research Studies for the Civil Justice Review. Volumes 1 and 2. Toronto: Ontario Law Reform Commission, 1996.

Ontario Law Reform Commission. Study paper on prospects for civil justice Toronto: Ontario Law Reform Commission, 1995.

Ostrom, Brian J. Efficiency, Timeliness, and Quality: A New Perspective from Nine State Criminal Trial Courts. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1999.

Peckham, R. "A Judicial Response to the Cost of Litigation: Case Management, Two-Stage Discovery Planning and Alternative Dispute Resolution" Rutgers Law Review 37 (1985): 253.

Plapinger, Elizabeth and Shaw, Margaret. Court ADR: Elements of Program Design. New York: Centre for Public Resources, 1992. read a review.

Posner, Richard A. "Court Delay and the Caseload Crisis." In Economic Analysis of Law. 5th ed. New York: Aspen Law and Business, 1998.

Powles, H, et al. The Litigant in Person: A Discussion Paper. Carlton South: Australian Institute of Judicial Administration Inc, 1993.

Priest, George L. 1989. "Private Litigants and the Court Congestion Problem." Boston University Law Review 69(2): 527-59.

Rauma, David. The Civil Justice Reform Act Expense and Delay Reduction Plans: A Sourcebook. Washington, D.C: Federal Judicial Center, 1995.

Ray, L. and A. Clarke. "The Multi-Door Courthouse Idea: Building the Courthouse of the Future ... Today." Journal of Dispute Resolution 1(17)(1985): 8.

Recana, Mel Red. Analysis of an Organizational Change: From Master Calendar to Individual Calendar. Institute for Court Management, CEDP Paper, 1996.

Resnik, J. "Managerial Judges." Harvard Law Review 96(1982): 374.

Rogers, A. "Judges in Search of Justice." University of New South Wales Law Journal 10 (1987): 93.

Rogers, A. "The Managerial or Interventionist Judge." Journal of Judicial Administration 3(1993-1994): 96.

Rubin, H. Ted. Court Coordination of Family Cases. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1992.

Sallman, P.A. "Judicial Participation in Caseflow Management" Civil Justice Quarterly 8 (1989): 129.

Sander, F. "Varieties of Dispute Processing" Federal Rules Decisions 70 (1976): 111.

Schickele, Richard G. R. Using Staff to Decide Motions : A Preliminary Study of How Clerks and Court Attorneys Handle Motions in Supreme Courts. 1995.

Schwarzer, William W., et al. The Elements of Case Management. Washington, D.C: Federal Judicial Center, 1991.

Scott, R. "Court-appointed experts." Queensland Law Society Journal 25(1)(1995): 87.

Silberman, Linda J. "Bringing Case Management to Complex Litigation: The Manual for Complex Litigation (Third): A Tribute to Judge William W. Schwarzer." U.C. Davis Law Review 28 (1995): 1109-1122.

Smith, Barbara E. Strategies for Courts to Cope with the Caseload Pressures of Drug Cases: Executive Summary: A Study of the American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association, 1991.

Smith, Barbara E. Strategies for Courts to Cope with the Caseload Pressures of Drug Cases: Final Report: A Study of the American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association, 1991.

Solomon, Maureen, and Douglas Somerlot. Caseflow Management in the Trial Court: Now and For the Future. Chicago: American Bar Association, 1987.

State Justice Institute. A Manual for Workshops on Processing Felony Dispositions in Limited Jurisdiction Courts: Improving the Quality of Justice While Reducing Delay. Alexandria, VA: The Institute; Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1992.

Steelman, David C. Managing Probate Workload and Dockets. Andover, MA: National Center for State Courts, Northeastern Regional Office, 1992.

Steelman, David C., with John A. Goerdt, and James E. McMillan. Caseflow Management, The Heart of Court Management in the New Millennium. National Center for State Courts, 2000.

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Adversarial Justice Limits . Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) . Apology & Forgiveness . Arbitration . Arts & Peacework . Books for Children & Youth . Caseflow Management . Collaborative Law Practice . Community Conflict . Conflict Analysis . Conflictos y Paz . Conflict Resolution & Conflict Management . Conflict Transformation . Critical Perspectives on ADR . Culture, Ethnicity & Conflict . Dispute Resolution Systems Design . Emotions & Conflict . Evaluation . Game Theory . Gender & Conflict . Human Rights . Humanitarian Action, Development . Indigenous Peoples . International Conflict . Judicial Dispute Resolution . Media, Conflict and Society . Mediation, Family . Mediation, Mandatory . Music of Peace . Negotiation . Negotiation, Crisis . Negotiation, Humanitarian . Nonviolent Direct Action . Ombudsman . Psycho-Social Perspectives . Post-Secondary Education . Public Dispute Resolution . Reconciliation/Transitional Justice . Religious Perspectives . Restorative Justice . Schools . Standards and Ethics . Technology, Computers . Terrorism . Theories of Conflict . Videorecordings . Workplace, Labour Conflict . Peacebuilding and Reconciliation in Rwanda . Reviews and Annotations . Acknowledgements . Search