2 edition of Cogitations on appellate decision-making found in the catalog.
Cogitations on appellate decision-making
Hugh R. Jones
|Statement||Hugh R. Jones ; with an introduction by Charles E. Heming.|
|Contributions||Association of the Bar of the City of New York.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
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"Decision Making in the U.S. Courts of Appeals is a fascinating, indeed seminal, piece of work full of often surprising insights. Any serious political scientist and interdisciplinary legal academic will have to read this book and confront its careful, meticulously designed arguments and evidence." —Sanford Levinson, University of Texas.
cases in the appellate courts are heard by more than one judge. appellate court decisions are precedent for many people, so it's important to have more than one judge think about the decisions.
Oral argument is an important part of an appeal. On MaThe Fund for Modern Courts and Albany Law School hosted the second annual Judge Hugh R. Jones Memorial Lecture at Albany Law School.
Judith S. Kaye, Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals, introduced this year’s speaker, Howard A. Levine, Associate Judge (ret.) of the New York Court of. Certainly one of his outstanding contributions to legal literature was his monograph “Cogitations on Appellate Decision Making.” It is a penetrating review of the judicial process and the concerns moving judges to arrive at decisions they earnestly hope will constitute not only justice to the parties but adherence to accepted legal principles.
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