In law, a special master is an authority appointed by a judge to make sure that
judicial orders are actually followed. In England, at common law, there were ...
A "special master" is appointed by a court to carry out some sort of action on its
behalf. Theoretically, a "special master" is distinguished from a "master".
Special masters are a unique brand of dispute-resolver relatively unknown to
many mediators, facilitators, and public officials. A special master is appointed by
Because the special master's authority and duties derive from the order
appointing him or her, special consideration has been given to the form of that
Special Master Reports. Original No. 138, South Carolina v. North Carolina
Report 11/28/2008; Original No. 137, Montana v. Wyoming and North Dakota
The various roles special masters ably serve in federal and state courts. ...
Membership is open to any master who has been appointed by a federal or state
Nov 5, 2009 ... All courts have the power to appoint a special master or other type of judicial
adjunct to assist with civil and criminal cases. Rule 53 of the ...
Oct 13, 2014 ... In typical original cases today, the special master files a report with the Court. ...
The first special master was retired Maine Supreme Court Chief ...
www.judiciary.state.nj.us/pressrel/HENDERSON FINAL BRIEF .PDF (00621142).PDF
(John McNamara, Jr., Special Deputy Attorney General, and Deborah ... findings
and conclusions of the Special Master were later distributed to counsel and ...
Dec 3, 2015 ... This is my second report as Special Master to the United States Department of
Education (the. Department or ED) with regard to borrower ...