Delmar Karlen was a professor of law (from 1953-1977) at New York University School of Law. At NYU, he directed the Institute of Judicial Administration, a center for the improvement of the administration of court systems which offered classes to trial and appellate judges. He also taught at the law schools of the University of Wisconsin and William & Mary. His other books included 'Cases and Materials on Trials and Appeals' (1961) and 'Anglo-American Criminal Justice' (1967).
Appellate Courts in the United States and Englandby Delmar Karlen
This book grew out of an experiment in Anglo-American legal study, in which distinguished American and English jurists studied the appellate courts of each other's countries, with a view to improving such courts in their own. Professor Karlen describes in detail the tribunals observed, and in a final chapter compares and contrasts appellate procedures in each country.
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