Tag:Judicial Branch

Legislative Committee on Judicial Reform Holds Final Meeting

Lawmakers gave additional background, passed amendments and explained issues they plan to prioritize next session.

Judiciary Repeats Calls for Improved Security for Judges, Agrees to Administer Workplace Survey

The Judicial Conference of the U.S. repeated a call for improved security for judges and agreed to administer regular workplace surveys.

Seventeen Legal Non-Profits to Support This Colorado Gives Day

Law Week rounded up some of the state’s legal non-profits to make it easier for Colorado’s legal community to “give where they live.”

Panel Recommends Investigators for Judicial Branch Scandal Investigation

An independent investigation is advised into the state Judicial Department for alleged sexual harassment and an improperly awarded contract.

Two Judges Disciplined Publicly, Three Privately in 2020

The Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline on Aug. 3 released its annual report detailing disciplinary actions taken against Colorado judges and the number and nature of judicial misconduct complaints it received in 2020.