Historical Use and Authority of Magistrate Judges

Christina L. Boyd, The Comparative Outputs of Magistrate Judges, 16 NEV. L.J. 949 (2016) (available at: https://scholars.law.unlv.edu/nlj/vol16/iss3/6)

Tracey E. George & Albert H. Yoon, Article I Judges in An Article III World: The Career Path of Magistrate Judges, 16 NEV. L.J. 823 (2016) (available at: https://scholars.law.unlv.edu/nlj/vol16/iss3/4)

Daniel W. Hamilton & Thomas O. Main, Introduction: Magistrate Judges and the Transformation of the Federal Judiciary, 16 NEV. L.J. 775 (2016) (available at: https://scholars.law.unlv.edu/nlj/vol16/iss3/2)

Jack Knight, Mitu Gulati & David Levi, How Bayesian Are Judges?, 16 NEV. L.J. 1061 (2016) (available at: https://scholars.law.unlv.edu/nlj/vol16/iss3/8)

Douglas A. Lee & Thomas E. Davis, “Nothing Less than Indispensable”: The Expansion of Federal Magistrate Judge Authority and Utilization in the Past Quarter Century, 16 NEV. L.J. 845 (2016) (available at: https://scholars.law.unlv.edu/nlj/vol16/iss3/5)

Peter G. McCabe, A Guide to the Federal Magistrate Judge System (Oct. 2016) (available at: http://www.fedbar.org/PDFs/A-Guide-to-the-Federal-Magistrate-Judge-System.aspx?FT=.pdf)

Peter G. McCabe, A Brief History of the Federal Magistrate Judges Program, THE FEDERAL LAWYER (May/June 2014) (available at: http://www.fedbar.org/Resources_1/Federal-Lawyer- Magazine/2014/MayJune/Features/A-Brief-History-of-the-Federal-Magistrate-Judges- Program.aspx?FT=.pdf)

Philip M. Pro, United States Magistrate Judges: Present but Unaccounted for, 16 NEV. L.J. 783 (2016) (available at: https://scholars.law.unlv.edu/nlj/vol16/iss3/3)

Hon. Lisa Margaret Smith, Top Ten Things You Probably Never Knew About Magistrate Judges, THE FEDERAL LAWYER (May/June 2014) (available at: http://www.fedbar.org/Resources_1/Federal-Lawyer-Magazine/2014/MayJune/Features/Top- 10-Things-You-Probably-Never-Knew-About-Magistrate-Judges.aspx?FT=.pdf)

Nancy A. Welsh, Magistrate Judges, Settlement, and Procedural Justice, 16 NEV. L.J. 983 (2016) (available at: https://scholars.law.unlv.edu/nlj/vol16/iss3/7)

Building a Diverse Bench

Kate Berry, Building a Diverse bench: Selecting Federal Magistrate and Bankruptcy Judges, Brennan Center for Justice (August 7, 2017) (available at: https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/policy-solutions/building-diverse-bench-selecting-federal-magistrate-and-bankruptcy-judges)

Judicial Diversity: A Resource Page, Brennan Center for Justice (September 12, 2017) (available at: https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/research-reports/judicial-diversity-resource-page)


Best Practices and Innovations in District Courts’ Use of Federal Magistrate Judges

Consent to Magistrate Judges

Hon. Morton Denlow, Should You Consent to the Magistrate Judge? Absolutely, and Here’s Why, LITIGATION (ABA Winter 2011) (available at: http://www.usdistrictcourtconferencenv.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/2013-Conference- material-shouldyouconsent4.pdf)

Eastern District of California, A Case for Consent (available at: http://www.caed.uscourts.gov/caednew/assets/File/A%20Case%20for%20Consent-



EDNY Orders and mediation program description for Superstorm/Hurricane Sandy cases: https://www.nyed.uscourts.gov/re-hurricane-sandy-cases-14mc41

Report to the Board of Judges, Alternatives to Incarceration in the Eastern District of New York (April 2014) (available at: https://www.ussc.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/training/annual- national-training-seminar/2014/article_EDNY.pdf)

SDNY Young Adult Opportunity Program description (May 24, 2018) (available at: http://www.nysd.uscourts.gov/docs/SDNY%20Young%20Adult%20Opportunity%20Program.pdf)

Robert Cordeiro & Arthur Penny, Alternatives to Incarceration in New York Eastern and Southern Districts (May 10, 2016) (available at: https://www.hks.harvard.edu/centers/wiener/programs/criminaljustice/research-publications/young-adult-justice/developments-in-young-adult-justice/alternatives-to- incarceration-in-new-york-eastern-and-southern-districts)

Annual Report, Justice for All: Courts and the Community (June 2018) (available at: http://justiceforall.ca2.uscourts.gov/docs/Annual_Report_JFA32_2018.pdf)



https://www.law.com/newyorklawjournal/2018/12/15/justice-for-all-courts-and-the-community- opens-learning-center/

Hon. Jack B. Weinstein, Of Sailing Ships and Seeking Facts: Brief Reflections on Magistrates and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, ST. JOHN’S LAW REVIEW, Vol. 62: No. 3 , Article 4 (1988) (available at: http://scholarship.law.stjohns.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1988&context=lawreview)

Language of the Courts

Pronouns and Privilege by Hon. Mustafa Kasubhai, 2021

What Words We Use — and Avoid — When Covering People and Incarceration

 I Am Not Your ‘Inmate’ , by Lawrence Bartley

 Good Intentions Don’t Blunt the Impact of Dehumanizing Words, by Lisette Bamenga