The Judicial Council holds six to eight business meetings each year. These meetings are open to the public unless closed under rule 10.6(a) or (b) of the California Rules of Court. A meeting agenda is posted here at least seven days in advance, and meeting materials are linked as soon as available.
The Judicial Council welcomes public comment, as it can enhance the council's understanding of the issues coming before it. Members of the public may submit comments in writing in advance of any meeting on specific agenda items or on general topics of judicial administration, or they may arrange to speak at any public meeting. For more information, view the public comment procedures.
Audio of public Judicial Council meetings is broadcast real-time through this website. The audiocast link is posted approximately 15 minutes before each meeting on the California Courts homepage and other meeting pages. Recorded audio and text from the live captioning are posted on the meeting page within a few days of the meeting. Minutes are posted once approved by the council, usually at the subsequent business meeting.
To request accommodation of a disability for any public council meeting, please submit the request at least 5 days in advance, either in writing to JudicialCouncil@jud.ca.gov, by phone at 415-865-7737, or by fax at 415-865-4391.
|2015 Meeting Dates*||Agenda||Minutes**|
|January 7 (closed session)|
|January 22 (Sacramento Office)|
|February 19 (Sacramento Office)|
|April 16 and 17|
|June 8 (Telephone Only Meeting)|
|June 25 and 26|
|July 28 (Telephone Only Meeting)|
|August 20 and 21|
|October 26 and 27 (Sacramento Office)|
|December 10 and 11|
*The dates of council meetings are subject to change. Revised dates, revised agendas, and revised materials will be posted when available. Unless otherwise noted, all business meetings are held at the Ronald M. George State Office Complex, William C. Vickrey Judicial Council Conference Center, Malcolm M. Lucas Board Room, 455 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, California 94102.
**The minutes are the official record of council meetings.