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Fundamental Issues of Caseflow Management – Bibliography
 

Table of Contents

 
Unit 1: Introduction to the Course
Unit 2: Caseflow Foundations
Unit 3: Caseflow Fundamentals & Case Assignment Systems
Unit 4: Differentiated Case Management
Unit 5: Management Change & Implementing Caseflow Plan
Unit 6: Putting It All Together with High Performance Court Framework

 

Unit 1 – Introduction to the Course

 

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Unit 2 – Caseflow Foundations

 

  • Aikman, Alexander B.  The Art and Practice of Court Administration.  Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis Group, 2007.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Bakke, Holly C., Joan B. Green and Maureen Solomon.  Integrating ADR into Trial Court Civil Caseflow Management Systems: An Implementation Guide.  Denver, CO: Justice Management Institute, 1996.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
      
  • Bertran, Michele.  The Purposes and Responsibilities of Courts: New Jersey’s Court Leaders Respond.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 2009.                                                                                                   
  • Caprez, Judith and Micki A. Armstrong.  A Study of Domestic Mediation Outcomes with Indigent Parents.  Family Court Review 39 (2001): 415.
  • Carlson, Alan and Martha Wade Steketee.  Public Access to Court Records: Implementing the CCJ/COSCA Guidelines: Final Project Report.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2005.                                                                                        
  • Case Processing Time Standards.   National Center for State Courts, Knowledge and Information Services.                                                       
  • Caseflow Management Guide.  Lansing, MI: State Court Administrative Office, 2004.
  • Caseflow Management Principles and Practices: How to Succeed in Justice.   Denver, CO:  National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 1991. 
  • Core Competencies Curriculum Guidelines.   National Association for Court Management.
  • http://www.nacmnet.org/cccg/cccg_3_corecompetency_cfm.html   Core Competency Number 3
  • Durkin, Mary.  Circuit Court of Kankakee County, Illinois, Caseflow and Operational Review: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2002.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Eavenson, Pamela A.  Mandatory Divorce Mediation: The Impact on the Courts.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1998.                                      
  •  Fazari, Giuseppe M.  “Caseflow Management: A Review of the Literature”.   24 Court Manager 1 (Spring 2009): 48. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Fair, Timely, Economical Justice: Achieving Justice through Effective Caseflow Management.  Reno, NV: The National Judicial College and the Bureau of Justice Assistance, 2009. 
  •  Friesen, Ernest C.  Caseflow Management in Context: The Purposes of Courts [Videorecording]. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts.
     
  • Friesen, Ernest C.  Court Administration.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Institute of Court Management and University of Denver Law School, 1971.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Gordon, Michelle, Charlene Depner, Don Will and Amy Nunez.  Court-Based Juvenile Dependency Mediation in California.  San Francisco, CA: Administrative Office of the Courts, 2003.                                                             
  • Griller, Gordon M.  Analysis of the Efficiency and Effectiveness of the Magistrate Criminal Calendar: Fourth Judicial District of Ada County Idaho (Greater Boise).  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2009.                                      
  • Hale, Debra.  Caseflow Processing in the Travis County Districts Courts.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 2011. 
  • Hanson, Roger A.  Time on Appeal.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1996.
  • Hays, Steven W.  Handbook of Court Administration and Management.  New York, NY: M. Dekker, 1993.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
      
  • Kakalik, James S., et al.  An Evaluation of Judicial Case Management Under the Civil Justice Reform Act.  Santa Monica, CA: Rand Institute for Civil Justice, 1996.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Kakalik, James S. et al.  Implementation of the Civil Justice Reform Act in Pilot and Comparison Districts.  Santa Monica, CA: Rand Institute for Civil Justice, 1996.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Kakalik, James S. et al.  Just, Speedy, and Inexpensive: An Evaluation of Judicial Case Management Under the Civil Justice Reform Act.  Santa Monica, CA: Rand Institute for Civil Justice, 1996.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Kakalik, James S. et al.  Just, Speedy, and Inexpensive: An Evaluation of Judicial Case Management Under the Civil Justice Reform Act: Summary.  Santa Monica, CA: Rand Institute for Civil Justice, 2000.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Mahoney, Barry.  Civil Caseflow Management Improvement in the Superior Court, Suffolk County (Boston, MA), 1987-1991.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 1992.
  • Mahoney, Barry.  Improving Caseflow Management in the Fulton County Superior Court: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2002.
  • Ortiz, Pamela Cardullo and Jennifer Keiser.  Family Mediation in Anne Arundel County: A Study of the Family Division, Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County’s Mediation Program Performance during Calendar Year 2000.  Annapolis, MD: Administrative Office of the Courts, 2001. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
      
  • Ostrom, Brian J., et al.  Trial Courts as Organizations.   Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2007.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Ravindra, Geetha.  Child Dependency Mediation Report.  Richmond, VA: Virginia Office of the Executive Secretary, 2003.                          
  • Separate Branches, Shared Responsibilities: A National Survey of Public Expectations on Solving Justice Issues.  Princeton Survey Research Associates International.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2009.                                                    
  • Steelman, David C.  Improving Caseflow Management: A Brief Guide.   Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2008.                                               
  • Steelman, David C.  “Reducing Court Work Volume through Caseflow Management”. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2009.                
  • Steelman, David C. and Anne E. Skove.  Creation of State Court Administrative Offices and Selection of State Court Administrators.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2007.                                                                                                     
  • Steelman, David C., John A. Goerdt and James E. McMillan.  Caseflow Management: The Heart of Court Management in the New Millennium.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2004.                                                                                     
  •  Wissler, Roselle L.  Trapping the Data: An Assessment of Domestic Relations Mediation in Maine and Ohio Courts.  Columbus, OH: Supreme Court of Ohio, 1999.  (Available in the NCSC Library.) 

     

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Unit 3 – Caseflow Fundamentals & Case Assignment Systems

 
 

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Unit 4 – Differentiated Case Management

  • Aikman, Alexander B.  Case Management and Caseflow Study of the Jefferson County (KY) Circuit, District, and Family Courts: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 1995.                                                                                        
  • Bakke, Holly, and Maureen Solomon.  "Case Differentiation:  An Approach to Individualized Case Management."  73 Judicature 17 (No. 1, June-July 1989).  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Caron, Jeffreys, L.  Virginia Beach Circuit Court Divorce Cases: A Study of the New Differentiated Case Management Program: Looking Back With an Eye Toward the Future.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 2003.                                                                                    
  • Cato, Marcia Lee.  Evaluation of the Differentiated Case Management Program for Detained Case Appeals at the Board of Immigration Appeals.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 2003.                                                                              
  • Chapper, Joy A., and Roger A. Hanson.  Intermediate Appellate Courts: Improving Case Processing.  Williamsburg, VA:  National Center for State Courts (1990). 
  • Civil Law Differentiated Case Management PlanAnnapolis, MD: Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, 2003.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Crandall, Gregory H.  Differentiated Case Management Program Orleans Criminal District Court: Final Process and Outcome Evaluation Following Year Two of the Project.  New Orleans, LA: Orleans Criminal District Court, 1998.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Differentiated Case Management: Implementation Manual.  Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice Assistance, 1993.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Differentiated Case Management Plan for Civil Non-Domestic Cases.  Baltimore, MD: Circuit Court for Baltimore City, 2004.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Differentiated Case Management: Program Brief.  Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice Assistance, 1993.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Fautsko, Timothy F.  Review and Update of the North Dakota District Court Weighted Caseload Model: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2003.
  • Fautsko, Timothy F.  Review and Update of the South Dakota Circuit Court Weighted Caseload Model: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2003.
  • Fautsko, Timothy F., Dawn Marie Rubio and Christopher T. Ryan.  Review and Update of the South Dakota Circuit Court Weighted Caseload Model: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2003.                                                         
  • Final Report: Implementing Proactive and Differentiated Case Management in New Mexico.  Santa Fe: Supreme Court of New Mexico, 2001.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Freisen, Ernest C.  "Cures for Court Congestion."  23 Judges' Journal 4 (No. 1, Winter 1984).  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Hanson, Roger A.   Caseload, Jurisdiction, and Timeliness in State Supreme Courts.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2001.                
  • Hanson, Roger A.  Time on Appeal.  Williamsburg, VA:  National Center for State Courts, 1995.
  • Henderson, Thomas A., Janice Munsterman and Robert Tobin.  Differentiated Case Management: Final Report.  Arlington, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1990.                                                                                        
  • Hoffman, Richard B. and Barry Mahoney.  Managing Caseflow in State Intermediate Appellate Courts: What Mechanisms, Practices, and Procedures Can Work to Reduce Delay?  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, Justice Management Institute, 2001.                         
  • Hydovitz, Charles L.  Complex Civil Case Litigation: A Proposed D.C.M. Plan for the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court, Orlando, Florida.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1998.                                                                                                 
  • Jones, Ann M., Mary Beth Kirven and Suzanne Tallarico.  Judicial Workload Assessment: Nebraska District, County and Juvenile Courts.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2006.                                                                              
  • Juvenile Differentiated Case Management Plan.  Rockville, MD: Circuit Court for Montgomery County, 2003.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Keith, Ann L. and Carol R. Flango.  Expediting Dependency Appeals: Strategies to Reduce Delay.   Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2003.
  • Moses, Bonnie A.  FY 2004-2005 Tennessee Weighted Caseload Study Update: District Public Defenders.  Nashville, TN: Office of the Comptroller, 2006.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Novack, Joanna.  Differentiated Caseflow Management for the Civil Court Division, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management,1995.                                                                              
  • Ostrom, Brian J. and Roger A. Hanson.  Efficiency, Timeliness, and Quality:  A New Perspective From Nine State Criminal Trial Courts.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1999.                                                                                                    
  • Rios, Celina M.  Developing a Proposal for Differentiated Case Management for the Family Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit (Dade County, Florida).  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2002.
  • Rubio, Dawn Marie.  West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals Delphi-Based Workload Assessment for Family Law Masters: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2001.                                                                                    
  • Solomon, Maureen, Caroline S. Cooper and Holly Bakke.  "Building Public Trust and Confidence through Effective Caseflow Management."  The Improvement of the Administration of Justice.  Gordon Griller and Keith Stott, eds.  Chicago: American Bar Association, 2002. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Steelman, David C.  Best Practices for Caseflow and Calendar Management in the Third Judicial District of Minnesota: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2001.                                                                                        
  • Steelman, David C.  Work Assessment Model for the Georgia State Court: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2001.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Steelman, David C., Penelope J. Wentland and Jeffrey M. Arnold.  Caseflow Management and Judge Assignments for Criminal Cases in Minnesota's Fourth District Court (Hennepin County): Final Report.  Denver, CO:  National Center for State Courts, 1999.

 
 

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Unit 5 – Managing Change & Implementing Caseflow Plan

  • Adoption and Permanency Guidelines: Improving Court Practice in Child Abuse and Neglect Cases.  Reno, NV: National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, 2000.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Batty, K. Kent.  Toward Excellence in Caseflow Management: The Experience of the Circuit Court in Wayne County, Michigan: A Guide by and for Practitioners.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1991.                                                 
  • Bouch, Stephen A.  Washington Juvenile Court Improvement Project: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 1996.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Doerner, John.  Oregon Court of Appeals Judicial and Staff Weighted Caseload Study.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2010.                             
  • Dunlap-Miller, Linda.  Managing Change in a Criminal Division: A Focus on Decentralization and Team Concept.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1996.
  • Edwards, R. Elliott.  Can We Build a Better Immigrant Court?: An Administrator’s View. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1999.     
  • Final Report: Implementing Proactive and Differentiated Case Management in New Mexico.  Santa Fe: Supreme Court of New Mexico, 2001.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Flango, Carol R., Victor E. Flango and H. Ted Rubin.  How are Courts Coordinating Family Cases?  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1999.
  • Fratter, Jeffrey.  Managing Change and Transition: Reinventing the Clerk’s Office for the Board of Immigration Appeals.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 2001.                                                                             
  • Griller, Gordon.  Improving Domestic Relations Caseflow at the Superior Court of Washington in Snohomish County, Everett, Washington.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2010.
  • Halemba, Gregg.  Douglas County Juvenile Court Case Processing Study Final Report.  Pittsburgh, PA: National Center for Juvenile Justice, 1998.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Herbeck, Dennis.  An Analysis of Criminal Felony Case Processing in Administrative Unit One North Dakota.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2009.
  • Hoffman, Richard B. and Barry Mahoney.  Managing Caseflow in State Intermediate Appellate Courts: What Mechanisms, Practices, and Procedures Can Work to Reduce Delay?  Denver, CO: Justice Management Institute, 2001.                         
  • Iowa District Court Judicial Workload Assessment Study.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2008.                                                                                               
  • Juvenile Dependency Caseflow Management Workshop: Learning Objective Version of 2.5 Day Agenda.  Urbana, IL: Children and Family Research Center, 2005.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Keiser, Jennifer R.  Analysis of Early Case Management Intervention in Divorce Cases. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2010.              
  • Kringlie, Karen.  While a Child Waits: A Study of Case Delay in Two North Dakota Judicial Districts.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2010.
  • Mahoney, Barry.  King County Criminal Caseflow Management Project: Final Report: Implementing Caseflow Management.  Denver, CO: Justice Management Institute, 2010. 
  • Mahoney, Barry and Antionette Bianca-Miller.  Improving Civil Caseflow Management in Urban Trial Courts.  Denver, CO: Institute for Court Management, National Center for State Courts, 1992.                                                                                                  
  • Matthias, John T. and Tara Kunkel.  Lafourche Parish Criminal Caseflow Improvement: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2011. 
  • Michaels, M. Janice.  King County Superior Court in 1990: The Honorable Charles V. Johnson, Presiding Judge: Report on Delay Reduction, Workload Changes and Other Programs.  Seattle: King County Superior Court, 1991.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Pasierb, Mark.  Completion Data Method for the Immigration Courts: Determining the Allocation of Judge Resources for a National Court System.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2001.                                                                              
  • Recana, Mel Red.  Analysis of an Organizational Change: From Master Calendar to Individual Calendar.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 1996.                                                                                                   
  • Sikes, Tanya C.  Creating Change in Rural Courts: Case Management in the Southwestern Judicial Circuit of Georgia.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, 1990.                                                                   
  • Steelman, David C.  Best Practices for Caseflow and Calendar Management in the Third Judicial District of Minnesota: Final Report.  Denver, CO: Court Services Division, National Center for State Courts, 2001.                                                                            
  • Steelman, David C.  Model Continuance Policy.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2009.                                                                                  
  • Steelman, David C. and Linda L. Walker.  The Impact of Cases Involving Substance Abuse on Court Workloads in New Hampshire: Final Report.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 1993.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Steelman, David C. et al.  Felony Caseflow Management in Bernalillo County, New Mexico.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2009.                        
  • Stumpf, Felix F.  Inherent Powers of the Court.  Reno, NV: The National Judicial College, 2008.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Update and Review of Maryland’s District and Circuit Court Judicial Standards and Development of Circuit Court Master Standards.  Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2008.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
     
  • Wentland, Penelope J.  Review of Caseflow in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals: Final Report. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2001.             

 
 

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Unit 6 – Putting It All Together with High Performance Court Framework

 

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