Wednesday, November 5, 2008
We received this call for papers from the Journal of Court Innovation:
The Journal of Court Innovation is soliciting articles concerning the future of commercial litigation and e-discovery. Articles can concern the federal or any state justice system and there is no page length requirement.
Articles will be published in conjunction with the New York State Judicial Institute Colloquium on the Future of Commercial Litigation: Developing a Cost-Efficient Judicial Process for the Electronic Age. Chief Justice Judith Kaye will open the event and will be followed by distinguished members of the judiciary, the bar and the educational academy.
The Journal of Court Innovation is a peer reviewed journal that is a combined effort between the New York State Judicial Institute (White Plains, NY), the Center for Court Innovation (New York) and Pace Law School (White Plains, NY). The journal's mission is to promote innovation among the 50 state court systems and seeks to "bridge the worlds of theory and practice." It is targeted to court administrators, judges, lawyers, scholars, non-profit executives, legislative and executive branch officials and other professionals interested on improving court systems and the administration of justice. Additional information about the journal can be found at http://www.courtinnovation.org/journal.html.
If you are interested in submitting a paper for consideration please contact Prof. Leslie Yalof Garfield at firstname.lastname@example.org. Final drafts should be submitted by December 30, 2008 for consideration in this edition
We also welcome articles on any topics that consider court innovation for publication in future editions.