Vol. 22 No. 4 Microform Review Records of the U.S. Judicial Conference: Committees on Rules of Practice and Procedures, 1935-1988. Bethesda, Maryland: Congressional Information Service, Inc., 1991. 3 vols. Price: 3 volumes and accompanying microfiche -- $14,175.00. Annual updates priced separately. Records of the U.S. Judicial Conference: Committees on Rules of Practice and Procedures, 1935--1988, is a three volume set that provides indexing for the materials produced and collected by six advisory committees of the U.S. Judicial Conference; the Committee on Civil Procedure, the Committee on Criminal Procedure, the Committee on Bankruptcy Procedure, the Committee on Appellate Procedure, the Committee on Admiralty Procedure (from 1958--1966) and the Committee on Evidence (from 1961-1975). These six committees draft and propose new and revised rules for use in the Federal courts of the United States. Minutes of committee meetings, draft proposals, reference materials, correspondence among committee members, written comments of legal professionals and members of the judiciary are among the items indexed in this collection. New or revised rules of procedure are proposed by the appropriate advisory committee. Proposals are sent to the Standing Committee on Practice and Procedure, which oversees the work of all six advisory committees. The proposal is
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