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  • 30 Jun 2021 6:07 PM | Michael Goodwin (Administrator)

    New bylaws are available here

  • 30 Jun 2021 5:53 PM | Michael Goodwin (Administrator)

    The Spring 2021 issue of the Newsletter is available here! This issue includes tributes to Judge Kermit Bye and Judge Laurie Smith Camp as well as tips for the record on appeal.

  • 28 Feb 2021 4:15 PM | Michael Goodwin (Administrator)

    The Newsletter strives to publish articles that are interesting and useful to appellate judges and practitioners. Substantive articles should generally focus on appellate rules, jurisdiction, procedure in the Federal Courts of Appeals, particularly within the Eighth Circuit. The Newsletter also welcomes articles about practitioners and judges within the geographic area of the Eighth Circuit.

    Want more info? Take a look at the Guidelines for Writers

  • 24 Feb 2021 7:28 PM | Michael Goodwin (Administrator)

    Check out the Winter 2021 issue of the newsletter for insights on remote advocacy and pleading state punitive damages in federal court. 

  • 02 Nov 2020 9:31 PM | Michael Goodwin (Administrator)

    Check out the Fall 2020 Newsletter, which features a tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, tips from the clerk, a review of Eighth Circuit cases at SCOTUS, and more!

  • 14 Sep 2020 12:40 PM | Michael Goodwin (Administrator)

    Minnesota CLE and the Eighth Circuit Bar Association are excited to present a series of 5 all-new webcasts designed to serve as a companion to Minnesota CLE’s Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice Manual. During the month of October, join 17 of the Manual’s esteemed editors and authors as they discuss important recent developments in Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice. You will also receive complimentary access to the electronic version of the Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice Manual.  Do not miss this incredible value!  For more information and to register for this webcast series, please go to the Minnesota CLE website. 

  • 14 Sep 2020 10:23 AM | Michael Goodwin (Administrator)

    The Summer 2020 Edition of the Newsletter is out! This issue contains an interview with Judge Jonathan Kobes; an article by Professor Kristi Andersen, author of After Suffrage: Women in Partisan and Electoral Politics Before the New Deal; and news about an exciting webcast series on Eighth Circuit practice sponsored by Minnesota CLE and the Eighth Circuit Bar Association.

  • 08 Apr 2020 1:49 PM | Benjamin Wilson

    The Eighth Circuit Bar Association is pleased to release our Spring 2020 Newsletter (available here). Feature articles include:

    Review of the Eighth Circuit During the Supreme Court’s 2018 Term 
    - Timothy J. Droske

    Minneapolis Federal Courthouse Named in Honor of Judge Diana E. Murphy, and October 16, 2019, Declared “Diana E. Murphy Day” in the State of Minnesota
    - Kyle Wislocky

    Proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure Seek to Overturn Eighth Circuit Case Law
    - Benjamin Wilson

    When the Phone Becomes the Podium: Five Tips for Handling An Eighth Circuit Argument During A Pandemic
    - Qian Julie Wang and Ryan Marth

    We hope you enjoy the issue! 

  • 18 Feb 2020 9:54 AM | Landon Magnusson (Administrator)

    The  Eighth Circuit Bar Association is co-sponsoring a CLE with the Federal Bar Association and The Federalist Society on February 27, 2020 in the en banc courtroom at the Eagleton Courthouse in St. Louis, MO. A flyer with information on the CLE will be sent out shortly.

  • 11 Mar 2019 12:14 PM | Landon Magnusson (Administrator)

    The Pulaski County Bar Foundation is excited to host to the 2019 Justice Donald L. Corbin Appellate Symposium. Featured panelists include a distinguished group of speakers, including Eighth Circuit Chief Judge Lavenski Smith, Judge Duane Benton, and Judge Ralph Erickson. Other panelists will include judges from sister federal circuits, state court appellate judges, and a former state solicitor general. The panelists will discuss recent appellate developments, as well as issues related to appellate practice.

    The Symposium takes place from March 28th – March 29th, 2019, at the University of Arkansas School of Law. The panels will be located in the school’s E.J. Ball Courtroom. For registration information and a detailed schedule of events, please go here. This two-day event has been approved for 12 CLE hours (including 1 Ethics hour). Registration funds will endow scholarships to law students in Arkansas, as well as encourage the training and education of appellate advocacy.

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