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As a judge for over 27 years who started his law practice with a Rolodex, an IBM Selectric typewriter, and no thought of a computer, I find the world has certainly changed around me. Now, I work in a world...

Evidence-Based Practicing: Teaching an Old Judge New Tricks

As a judge for over 27 years who started his law practice with a Rolodex, an IBM Selectric typewriter, and no thought of a computer, I find the world has certainly changed around me. Now, I work in a world...

According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s projections, the older adult population will double between 2010 and 2030. As the population of America ages, probate courts will necessarily see an increase in th...

Demographic Surge Spurs Curriculum for Probate Adjudicators

According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s projections, the older adult population will double between 2010 and 2030. As the population of America ages, probate courts will necessarily see an increase in th...

The ability of any person to have equal access to justice is a lofty concept which, while uniformly embraced in theory, has often been viewed as unattainable in practice. Imbalances, inconsistencies and i...

Equal Access to Justice is Attainable

The ability of any person to have equal access to justice is a lofty concept which, while uniformly embraced in theory, has often been viewed as unattainable in practice. Imbalances, inconsistencies and i...

Evidence-Based Practicing: Teaching an Old Judge New Tricks

Demographic Surge Spurs Curriculum for Probate Adjudicators

Ruling on Forensic Evidence in Family Law Cases

Evidence in the Courtroom: Developing an “Evidence Ear”

Handling Self-Represented Litigants in Jury Trials

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