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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_master

In the law of the United States, a special master is generally a subordinate official appointed by a judge to make sure that judicial orders are actually followed, ...

www.law.cornell.edu/wex/special_master

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".

www.americanbar.org/publications/gp_solo/2015/january-february/litigation_judge_special_master_and_you.html

What's so special about your case that the judge appointed a special master?

www.mediate.com/articles/kellerC.cfm

Special masters are a unique brand of dispute-resolver relatively unknown to many mediators, facilitators, and public officials. A special master is appointed by a ...

www.calbar.ca.gov/Attorneys/MemberServices/SpecialMaster.aspx

Special Master. The State Bar of California is responsible for maintaining a list of attorneys qualified to serve as "Special Master" to accompany peace officers in ...

legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Special+Master

Special Master. A representative of the court appointed to hear a case involving difficult or specialized issues. Special masters are officers of the court who serve  ...

www.courtappointedmasters.org

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 court ...

definitions.uslegal.com/s/special-master

A Special Master, in law, is an authority appointed by a judge to make sure that judicial orders are actually followed. They are employed in complex civil actions ...

www.supremecourt.gov/SpecMastRpt/SpecMastRpt.aspx

Special Master Reports. Original No. 138, South Carolina v. North Carolina Report 11/28/2008; Original No. 137, Montana v. Wyoming and North Dakota

www.cpradr.org/news-publications/articles/2006-06-16-the-role-of-judges-and-special-masters-in-post-settlement-claim-administration-mealeys

Jun 16, 2006 ... No matter the procedure used for aggregation, judges at both the federal and state level routinely appoint an aide, or “special master”, to be ...