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The Federal Circuit - A Judicial Innovation, Establishing a US Court of Appeals First Edition
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The book contains a dozen or so non-glossy photographs, and these include: (1) Ceremony in 1982 where the U.S. president signs into law the Federal Courts Improvement Act; (2) Attorney General Griffith Bell and Dan Meador (Bell and Meador crafted the Federal Circuit); (3) Judges in U.S. Court of Claims; (4) Howard Markey (got JD from Loyola in a 1-year program, then got LLM at John Marshall School of Law), chief judge of Federal Circuit from 1982-1991; (5) Jimmy Carter giving a speech in 1979, about judicial reform; (7) Judge Nils Boe (former governor of South Dakota) of United States Customs Court; (8) Federal Circuit as it existed in 1982, showing 12 judges; (9) Three photos of Pauline Newman, smiling (pages 77, 94, 121); (10) P.J. Federico, Giles Rich, and others, carrying a log; (11) Judge Giles Rich, seated at a round table crowded with other guest, receiving a gift of an "Edison" lamp; or just posing (pages 83, 87, 153); (12) Charles Gholz and others; and (13) Photos of various courthouse buildings (pages 98-116).Read more ›