Court reform is a growing national priority. The overwhelming number of litigants populating American courtrooms today has placed a serious burden upon judicial institutions to produce well-thought, reasoned decisions in light of a rapidly increasing caseload. This caseload growth has restricted judges from fully effectuating their duties. Consequently, efforts to accommodate the growing demand for judicial services reflect a deviation from the traditional role and responsibilities of the American judge. For the United states judicial system, such a departure from tradition has dangerous and potentially irreversible implications. Immediate action must be taken to prevent any serious ramifications from arising.
Kalus '90, Kelly N., "The Challenge to the Judiciary of the Nineties:Managing Appeals in the Federal Courts" (1990). Honors Projects. Paper 31.