Brown, John R.
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An introduction to the Fifth Circuit Symposium survey of cases. The purpose of this introduction is to explain how a case reaches the point of decision by the court and why it sometimes takes over a year to resolve a case once it is briefed. The author does not intend to make this a doomsday warning, but merely a factual analysis of where we are and what the future looks like for the federal judiciary, and the Fifth Circuit in particular.