'Pathways' Video: Judge Nguyen Cites Lessons in Family's Flight from Vietnam
U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Jacqueline Nguyen, whose family fled to America from South Vietnam, is the subject of a newly released edition of Pathways to the Bench, a U.S. Courts video series in which federal judges talk about challenges that helped prepare them to serve justice.
Chief Judge Swears in Hawaii Congressman
New Year, Old Juror Scam
Court's Legacy Intertwined With Martin Luther King Jr.'s
As the nation celebrates Martin Luther King's birthday, a federal court in Alabama takes pride in its own contribution to civil rights.
First Year of Space-Cutting Initiative Yields Major Successes
The federal Judiciary has made major strides in the first year of a five-year campaign to reduce court building space by 3 percent.
2014 Year-End Judiciary Report Focuses on Technology
Chief Justice Roberts has issued his 2014 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary, focusing on information technology.
On Topic: Judicial Engagement with Congress and the Public
In this episode of “On Topic” we talk about relationships, specifically the relationship between the federal courts and Congress. We’ll also look at civic engagement — how the courts reach, and teach the media and the public.
Judiciary’s FY 2015 Funding Meets Needs
The Judiciary will receive $6.7 billion in discretionary appropriations, a 2.8 percent, or $182 million, increase above FY 2014 discretionary funding. The FY 2015 level is essentially equal to the Judiciary’s re-estimated FY 2015 funding request.
U.S. Courts Honor 225th Anniversary of Judiciary Act
Federal courts, including three of the nation’s oldest, recently celebrated anniversaries focusing on the Judiciary’s heritage.
Amended Rules Effective December 1, 2014
A number of amendments to the Federal Rules of Practice and Procedure and official bankruptcy forms became effective December 1, 2014.