The Bolch Judicial Institute produces guidelines and best practices documents on matters pertaining to emerging or pressing legal issues in an effort to provide guidance to legal practitioners, government policymakers, and other decision-makers. Many of these publications emerge from the Bolch Judicial Institute’s bench-bar-academy conferences, which bring together a wide range of prominent leaders from the judiciary and government, senior-level plaintiff and defense lawyers, technical experts, and academics to discuss and address challenges facing the legal profession. These publications are developed by teams of judges and practitioners who generously volunteer to contribute their time and expertise to the project. Contributors to each project are listed on the individual documents. Drafts are made available for public review and comment prior to publication and may be periodically revised.
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