En Banc

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Meaning of En Banc

En Banc Legal Definition

A proceeding in which the entire membership of the court will participate in the decision.

Synonyms of En Banc


  • all together
  • as a unit
  • as a whole
  • collectively
  • en bloc
  • en masse
  • entirely
  • in a body
  • in a mass
  • in sum
  • in toto
  • one and all

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Intermediate Appellate Court (in the U.S. Legal Encyclopedia) Panel (in the U.S. Legal Encyclopedia).

“En Banc ” Meaning in the U.S. Court System

“In the bench” or “as a full bench.” Refers to court sessions with the entire membership of a court participating. U.S. circuit courts of appeals usually decide matters sitting in panels of three judges, but all the judges in the court may decide certain matters together or review panel decisions sitting “en banc” (occasionally spelled “in banc”). The largest courts of appeals may split their full membership into two en banc panels.

Meaning of En Banc in the U.S. Legal System

Definition of En Banc published by the National Association for Court Management: All the judges of a court sitting together. Appellate courts can consist of a dozen or more judges, but often they hear cases in panels of three judges. If a case is heard or reheard by the full court, it is heard en banc.

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