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Law Student Division Leadership Application


Congressional Record Vol. 163, No. 55


Midyear 2017 Program Overview


Midyear 2017 CLE Materials Package


The Federal Lawyer: May 2015


The Federal Lawyer: IILP Review 2014


The Federal Lawyer: August 2015


The Federal Lawyer: August 2016


Law360: Judicial Emergencies


Bill of Rights Program


Mock Trial Program


Webinar Speaker Handbook


IP Insight


Civics Resource: You Be the Judge


Civics Resource: Mediation Activity


2016 Moot Court Map


Federal Litigation Conf. Affiliate Reg Form


Securities Law & AML Conf. Affiliate Reg Form


Sponsorship and Advertising Guide


A Guide to the Federal Magistrate Judge System

There are currently 531 full-time Magistrate Judges in the United States District Courts. Among their many responsibilities, Magistrate Judges conduct mediations, resolve discovery disputes, and decide a wide variety of motions. This white paper explores the importance of this critical position.


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WBASNY.pdf


NBAWLD


WBADC.pdf


NAMWOLF.pdf


NAWJ.pdf


NAWL-form.pdf


AABANY-form.pdf


WBA-MD-form.pdf


FBA-WestAllenTestimony-2013-0723.pdf


media advisory2-FBA to testify before Senate Judiciary Committee 7-23-13.pdf


march13-entire.pdf


2013 Capitol Hill Day


Federal Judges Honored Program


Is This the Beginning of the End of the Second Reconstruction?

The Voting Rights Act (VRA) of 1965 is deservedly known as the hallmark of the Second Reconstruction.


Litigating Under the Voting Rights Act After the Texas Redistricting Cases

Two recent cases—Perry v. Perez and Perry v. Davis, commonly referred to as the Texas Redistricting Cases— represent the latest saga surrounding challenges to Texas' state legislative and congressional redistricting plans.


Citizens United, Super PACs, and Corporate Spending on Political Campaigns: How Did We Get Here and Where Are We Going?

We are in the midst of a presidential election cycle like none seen in the past. Corporations and unions are free to spend as much as they wish on television and radio advertisements that support or attack candidates for...


Introduction: Constitutional Law and Elections

This spring, we find ourselves in the midst of a contentious election season, therefore. we are focusing this year's constitutional law issue on elections.


What to Expect When You’re Electing: Federal Courts and the Political Thicket in 2012

Over the last decade, since the Supreme Court's decision in Bush v. Gore ending the controversy over whether George W. Bush or Al Gore earned Florida's electoral votes in the 2000 election and therefore the presidency, the amount of election law litigation has more than doubled...


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Executive-Director-job-description.pdf


Pro Bono Public Interest Service Awards


Judicial Emergency Declared in AZ


Foundation Scholarship 2011


bank-1110.pdf


FBA Awards Inv. 10 - UT.pdf


Boyce Seminar 2010


Federal_Practitioners_Institute_Nov2010


Thomas-Harvey-Writing-Competition.pdf


erdmann_paper_001.pdf


William Wilkins comments.pdf


Col Review Course


LE2011-PR


FBA Seminar Registration - FALL 2010.pdf


FBA Criminal Program Agenda 9-15-10.pdf


NewWorld-Registration-Form-3


SocialSecurityDisabilityLuncheon_MN


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Phoenix Luncheon Notice Oct 2010


Ad4Intro2FedCourtsCLE.pdf


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