1 edition of Directory of oral history interviews related to the federal courts found in the catalog.
Directory of oral history interviews related to the federal courts
by Federal Judicial History Office, Federal Judicial Center in Washington, DC (1520 H Street, N.W., Washington 20005)
Written in English
|Statement||compiled and edited by Anthony Champagne, Cynthia Harrison, and Adam Land.|
|Contributions||Champagne, Anthony., Harrison, Cynthia Ellen., Land, Adam., United States. Federal Judicial History Office.|
|LC Classifications||KF352 .D54 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 73 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||92234223|
Donald Ritchie is the author of the essential work on oral history practice, Doing Oral History: A Practical Guide. The following excerpt from his book clearly articulates the nature of oral history and its uses. “Memory is the core of oral history, from which meaning can be extracted and preserved. Article III of the Constitution provides that there shall be one Supreme Court and such inferior courts as Congress may "ordain and establish." The Judiciary Act of formally established the Supreme Court and federal court system (). The Senate Judiciary Committee, established in , considers topics ranging from criminal justice to antitrust and intellectual property law, as.
"The Soldier-Lawyer: A Summary and Analysis of An Oral History of Major General Michael J. Nardotti, Jr., United States Army (Retired) (). By Major George R. Smawley. Box also contains original cassette tapes of interview (3 tapes for 3/15/, 6 tapes for 3/31/, and 4 backup tapes), three 3 1/2" diskettes, a CD with Word files. Oral history strives to obtain information from different perspectives and most of these cannot be found in written sources. Oral history also refers to information gathered in this manner and to a written work (published or unpublished) based on such data, often preserved in archives and large libraries.
An Introduction for Judges and Judicial Administrators in Other Countries THE FEDERAL COURT SYSTEM IN THE UNITED STATES Judicial Services Office Department of Program Services Administrative Office of the United States Courts Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building Washington, D.C. 4th Edition. Ancillary projects. Notable projects of the Federal Writers' Project included the Slave Narrative Collection, a set of interviews that culminated in over 2, first-person accounts of slavery and black-and-white photographs of former slaves. Many of these narratives are available online from the above-named collection at the Library of Congress website.
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Survey of international affairs, 1956-1958.
Final report to the W.K. Kellogg Foundation from The Agriculture and Liberal Arts Program
Thermal performance of fire fighters protective clothing
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Elements of soil conservation
Statistical methods for quality control.
The way of the stars
Manual for the American Council on Education cumulative record folders for schools and colleges.
A directory to some oral history interviews with federal judges and other persons involved in federal litigation or associated with the federal courts. The directory was compiled from a nation-wide survey of courts, libraries, and historical societies and from bibliographies of oral histories.
Directory of oral history interviews related to the federal courts. Washington, DC ( H Street, N.W., Washington ): Federal Judicial History Office, Federal Judicial Center, (OCoLC) Oral history interviews related to the federal courts: Responsibility: compiled and edited by Anthony Champagne, Cynthia Harrison, and Adam Land.
68Federal Judicial Center g Directory of Manuscript Collections Related to Federal Judges. Erskine, John () U.S. District Court for the District of Georgia, Georgia Department of Archives and History Atlanta, Ga. Civil War papers, ca.
Oral History Resources. Legal Release Agreements. For a court history program to make an oral history available to the public, it needs to obtain releases from interviewers and interviewees, both of whom retain rights in the recordings and transcripts until those releases are executed.
A Directory of oral history interviews related to the federal courts / Harrison, Anthony. Champagne and United States. Federal Judicial History Office. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Oral history, Lawyers, Judges.
Use the search bar on the upper right to retrieve: Moments in Diplomatic History, Fascinating Figures, Books and Publications and other material.
And don’t forget Poor Richard’s Podcasts. For an Advanced Search of transcripts of over oral histories, see below. For tips on how to combine search terms click here. Advanced Search: Use the box below to search oral history transcripts.
The Center conducts research and produces resources on the history of the judicial branch of the federal government. These resources include compilations of historical data on the courts, information about judges and judicial administration, as well as publications on federal judicial history.
The Center also maintains a biographical directory of Article III judges from to the present, engages in outreach and education on federal judicial history.
Discussion Paper on Oral History Evidence in the Federal Court. Discussion Paper on Oral History Evidence in the Federal Court.
This paper was prepared by Kathy Ring, General Counsel, Aboriginal Law Section, Litigation Services, Vancouver Regional Office, Department of Justice (Canada), for presentation at the Federal Court Bench and Indigenous Bar Association ~ Aboriginal Law Bar. National Archives Oral History Project The National Archives Oral History Project collects the historical experiences, insights, and perspectives of staff and former staff.
The interviews help us understand the agency’s culture, work practices, decision-making processes, historical actions, and events, and they also help preserve the institutional memory of the National.
In addition, the History Office will shortly be publishing a directory to some oral history interviews related to the federal judiciary. The History Office also conducts a small interview project related to judicial administration.
A preliminary edition of an oral history procedures manual, for use principally by the history programs in the district and circuit courts, has been distributed; a revision will be.
Civil Rights History Project One hundred and forty-five filmed oral history interviews with participants in the civil rights movement in the United States Federal Courts Web Archive The Federal Courts Web Archive provides unique resources for scholars and others conducting retrospective research into the work of the federal judiciary.
The Federal Courts Improvement Act of created the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. As Dr. Flanders points out, this legislation affected the most substantial structural change in the federal judicial establishment since the “judges’ bill” of by creating a permanent Article III court of nationwide.
Austrian immigrant and Holocaust survivor. Oral history interview by Robert Lederer. Transcript. View finding aid.
Living U.S. Women's History (Oral History Project) linear ft., 51 audio and videotaped interviews with pioneering women's historians, including edited transcriptions. Volume 1, No. 3, Art. 8 – December Problems of Archiving Oral History Interviews.
The Example of the Archive "German Memory" 1) Almut Leh. Abstract: The largest collection of oral history interviews in Germany at present is to be found in the archive of the "Institute for History and Biography".Under the name "German Memory" ("Deutsches Gedächtnis"), approximately 1, life history.
Application. I applied online. The process took 4+ months. I interviewed at United States Federal Courts. Interview. Pretty straight forward. You get invited for interview and a panel style interview is conducted with the supervisors, deputy chief and chief probation officer.
Oral Histories and Related Materials Kahn v. M&F Worldwide Corp., 88 A.3d (Del. ) In re Southern Peru Copper Corp. Shareholder Litigation, 52 A.3d (Del. Federal Judicial Center Marks 50th Anniversary.
Published on Decem The Federal Judicial Center, which has educated generations of federal judges and provided ground-breaking research on such topics as court technology and less costly ways to resolve disputes, celebrates its 50th anniversary on Dec. 20, John C. Lifland at the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges, a public domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center.
External links. An oral history interview of Judge Lifland was conducted by the Historical Society for the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey on June 2, Appointed by: Ronald Reagan.
"How To: Resources for Planning and Conducting Oral History Interviews," includes The SOHP Guidebook, SOHP Interview forms, and a bibliography of more than 50 oral history resources. The interview forms include a cover sheet, interview agreement, interview agreement with restrictions, life history form, and proper word form.
The Federal Judicial Center produced and maintains this site in furtherance of its statutory mission. The Center regards the contents of this site to be responsible and valuable, but these contents do not reflect official policy or recommendation of the Board of the Federal Judicial Center.The collection included 38 hours of videotaped oral history interviews conducted with Justice Blackmun in and by his former law clerk, Yale professor Harold Koh.
The interviews were shot.A Journalist’s Guide to the Federal Courts 3 documents not available to the public can be found at Accessing Court Documents on page Interviews. Judges, court staff, and jurors may not discuss active cases. The clerk’s office usually is a court’s designated point of contact with the media.