The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process is the only scholarly law journal to focus exclusively on issues, practices, and procedures of appellate court systems, both federal and state, both American and international. Edited by faculty members of the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, The Journal is designed to provide a forum for creative thought and dialogue about the operation of appellate courts and their influence on the development of the law.
Each issue of The Journal is distributed to every active state and federal appellate judge in the United States, to the judges of the Supreme Court of Canada, to interested active appellate judges in other countries, and to subscribing appellate practitioners, trial judges, academics, and law libraries. Through special distribution arrangements, the ABA’s Council of Appellate Lawyers and the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers also provide The Journal to their members.
Note that the cover dates for The Journal have recently been revised so that Volume 9, Issue 2 (Fall 2007), is followed by Volume 10, Issue 1 (Spring 2009).