The Judicial Council is the policymaking body of the California courts, the largest court system in the nation. Under the leadership of the Chief Justice and in accordance with the California Constitution, the council is responsible for ensuring the consistent, independent, impartial, and accessible administration of justice. The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) implements the council’s policies.
Proposal to Open Meetings
At its meeting on Apr 24, the Judicial Council will hear a proposed rule that would provide the public greater access to meetings of the council’s internal and advisory committees. The council's Apr 24-25 meeting will be held in San Francisco. MORE»
To provide leadership for advancing the consistent, impartial, independent, and accessible administration of justice, the Judicial Council must be aware of the issues and concerns confronting the judiciary, as well as appropriate solutions and responses. The council carries out this mission primarily through the work of its advisory committees and task forces.