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Blog Posts by Brittany Kauffman

Dispositive Motion Reform Critical and Achievable for Courts and Litigants

Brittany Kauffman
Judges and attorneys from across the country point to dispositive motions as a critical area for reform. Today, IAALS announces the release of a new report, Efficiency in Motion: Recommendations for Improving Dispositive Motions Practice in State and Federal Courts, calling for a new paradigm for motion practice in...

Survey Highlights Public Trust and Confidence in State Courts and Room for Improvement

Brittany Kauffman
For the fifth year in a row, the National Center for State Courts has conducted a comprehensive public opinion survey to gauge the level of public trust and confidence in the state courts. The State of the State Courts survey provides an important window into public views of our court system, including comparisons...

Judges and Past Jurors Come Together to Improve Jury Trials

Brittany Kauffman
Heather Buchanan
How can jury trials be better? That was the question being discussed at the Jury Improvement Lunch recently held in Denver by the New York University School of Law's Civil Jury Project. The luncheon was sponsored by a number of local bar organizations, including IAALS, and hosted by a number of local law firms. Headed...