Judicial Conduct Reporter

The Judicial Conduct Reporter, published quarterly, summarizes recent decisions and advisory opinions, reports developments in judicial discipline, and includes articles on judicial ethics and discipline procedure topics.  The winter issue (the first one in the year) reviews the previous year in judicial ethics and discipline:  reporting on discipline statistics, summarizing all cases in which judges were removed, and reviewing the top stories.

Most recent issue

Spring 2022

  • Judges and firearms
  • Establishment and membership of judicial conduct commissions
  • Charitable fundraising
  • Recent cases
    • Prestige and partiality Keenan, 502 P.3d 1271 (Washington 2022)
    • Dissatisfaction Baker, 870 S.E.2d 356 (Georgia 2022)
    • No exigent circumstances Polk (New York Commission 2022)
    • "Mindless action" Meyer (California Commission on Judicial Performance 2022)

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