Rule 10.49. Conference of Court Executives
The functions of the Conference of Court Executives are to:
(1)Increase the opportunities for court executive officers to participate in the Judicial Council decision-making process; and
(2)Provide a forum for the education of court executives.
The Conference of Court Executives must:
(1)Provide information and advice, when requested, to the Court Executives Advisory Committee; and
(2)Conduct educational sessions for its members on matters related to court management, such as legislation, training, information management, judicial branch policy issues, professional development, best practices, and current issues facing the trial courts.
(Subd (b) amended effective January 1, 2004.)
All court executive officers and clerk/administrators of the Courts of Appeal are members of the Conference of Court Executives. A court executive who is unable to participate in a meeting may designate his or her deputy to vote in his or her place.
(Subd (c) amended effective January 1, 2007; previously amended effective January 1, 2004.)
(d) Chair and vice-chair
The chair and vice-chair of the Court Executives Advisory Committee are the chair and vice-chair of the conference.
(Subd (d) amended effective January 1, 2004.)
(e) Executive Committee
The conference's Executive Committee is the Court Executives Advisory Committee. The Executive Committee must:
(1)Establish the schedule and agenda for meetings; and
(2)As necessary, appoint subcommittees consisting of principal and associate members of the conference.
(Subd (e) amended effective January 1, 2004.)
(f) Nominations subcommittee
The Court Executives Advisory Committee must submit to the Executive and Planning Committee of the Judicial Council nominations for members of the committee, the advisory members of the Judicial Council who are court executives, and members of other advisory committees who are court executives or judicial administrators.
(Subd (f) amended effective January 1, 2004.)
The conference must meet during at least two statewide meetings a year. One meeting must be held at the annual California Judicial Administration Conference. The conference must also meet at least two times a year by region for court administration updates, focused discussions, and educational opportunities.
(Subd (g) amended effective January 1, 2004.)
(h) Reimbursement for meetings
Reimbursement for meeting travel per diem expenses for conference members will be subject to availability of funds.
(Subd (h) adopted effective January 1, 2004.)
Rule 10.49 amended and renumbered effective January 1, 2007; adopted as rule 6.49 effective January 1, 1999; previously amended effective January 1, 2004.