Should Oral Argument on Appeal be Abolished Unless Requested by the Court?
Lewis F. Powell Jr.
This is not a speech. Powell was a panelist on this session at the American Bar Association Meeting in the summer of 1978. This session was held at 9:30 a.m. in the Appellate Division First Department Court House at Madison Avenue and 25th Street, New York, New York. What is here are notes from a planned opening statement by Powell and other notes he made during the session. There are also some research documents made by his clerks in preparation for the event.
Lewis F. Powell Jr. Papers, Box 718/Folder 10-12.
Since December 10, 2019
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