A panel of U.S. judges spoke about the judicial decision-making process among appellate courts. Judge Edith Jones said because of the… read more
A panel of U.S. judges spoke about the judicial decision-making process among appellate courts. Judge Edith Jones said because of the high volume of cases, lawyers must be factual and efficient with their briefings and make their best case in oral arguments. Judge Brett Kavanaugh said appellate judges recognized they were not the executive branch or lawmakers but they knew their role in the checks and balances process and took their decision making role seriously. They responded to questions from the audience. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Kavanaugh, Brett M. Judge U.S. Court of Appeals->District of Columbia Circuit
- Martin, Mark Justice North Carolina Supreme Court
- Pauley, Bradley Attorney
- Pigott, Eugene Judge New York (State)->Court of Appeals
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