Judicial Preference Guide

Now Available: MBA Guide to Judicial Practice in the Superior Court

JudicialPrefGuide

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The MBA is pleased to announce that the third edition of the Guide to Judicial Practice in the Superior Court is now available for purchase.

Last updated in 1999, this newest edition includes photos of all participating judges, addresses procedural rule changes and contains both short and narrative responses. It allows the judges to specify their preferences on civil and criminal discovery issues, motion practice, experts, confidentiality orders, conferences, jury and non-jury trial issues, and many other issues of importance to attorneys practicing before the Superior Court.

In addition to the hardcopy publication, an online subscription is also available as a way for you to stay abreast of the changing personnel of the court and the incorporation of new courtroom technologies and policies.

This practical, easy-to-use reference book serves as a valuable resource to attorneys and contributes to the efficient operation of the Superior Court by giving attorneys advance insight into the technical and procedural preferences of the court.  

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