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2004 Fall Quarter
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Evergreen Supreme Court Announces Docket for 2004 Fall Term

October 10, 2004, the Second Monday of October and World Indigenous Peoples' Day, the Evergreen Supreme Court granted a writ of certiorari in five cases. Oral arguments before the Court are scheduled on December 6 and 8, 2004. The Court docket, calendar and case synopses can be accessed through the DOCKET link at the left.

For summaries of the cases as well as the names of the co-counsel who have been assigned to each case, click on the CASES links to the left. This is a Word (.doc) files. If you are using Internet Explorer, you will need to right-click on the link to download the files; otherwise, the files will open in your browser. An HTML version can be found by following the ISSUES links on the Evergreen Supreme Court website. All of the APPELLATE ADVOCACY links as well as the LEGAL RESEARCH link will take you to that website.

COUNSEL: You will find the LEGAL RESEARCH resources useful as you develp your argument. The link at the left will take you to the Federal Indian Law section of the Evergreen SupremeCourt's virtual law library.


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