Executive and Planning Committee

Oversees the council’s meeting process, operating procedures, and develops the council’s long-range strategic plan for the judicial branch.

Date Established: Approx. 1990

August 19, 2014 (Teleconference)

Executive and Planning Committee Meeting
Time: 3:30 p.m.
Public Call In Number: 877-820-7831 / Passcode: 846-8947 (listen only)

Joint Meeting with the Rules and Projects Committee
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Public Call In Number: 877-820-7831 / Passcode: 729-1440 (listen only)

  • Meeting Notice
  • Agenda
  • Materials (rev.)
    Materials were updated on August 18, 2014. The changes are on the following pages:
    Item 1: page 2; page 4, lines 25-26.
    Item 2 page 8, line 37. 

2014 Executive and Planning Committee Meetings

The 11-member Executive and Planning Committee is comprised of Judicial Council members  as one of the Judicial Council’s five internal committees that work at the same policy level as the council with a focus on long term strategic leadership and judicial branch goals.  Members are appointed by the Chief Justice for a one-year term. The current membership term runs until September 14, 2014.

Download the Committee Roster

  • Hon. Douglas P. Miller, Chair
  • Hon. David M. Rubin, Vice-Chair
  • Hon. Marla O. Anderson
  • Hon. Judith Ashmann-Gerst
  • Hon. James R. Brandlin
  • Hon. Morris D. Jacobson
  • Hon. Marsha G. Slough
  • Hon. Dean T. Stout
  • Hon. Charles D. Wachob
  • Ms. Donna Melby
  • Ms. Mary Beth Todd
Committee Charge
Oversees the council’s meeting process and operating procedures, including agenda setting for council meetings, development of the council’s long-range strategic plan for the judicial branch, and development of policies and procedures related to court facilities and communications with the branch; directs the nominations process for vacancies on the council and its advisory committees; oversees specific advisory committees and task forces. 

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