Randall Frye, President of the Association of Administrative Law Judges (AALJ) and a federal judge with the Social Security Administration based in Charlotte, NC, will discuss ways to counter waste, abuse, and runaway costs in the Social Security Disability Income program at a National Press Club Newsmaker news conference on Friday, April 19[sup.
What does AALJ stand for?
AALJ stands for Association of Administrative Law Judges
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- Ann Arbor Learning Inventory (teaching strategies)
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- Association for Advocacy and Legal Initiatives (India)
- Associate of the Australian Library and Information Association
- Arthur Adaptation of the Leiter International Performance Scale
- Alumni Association of Library and Information Science (Bishop Heber Collge; Tiruchirapalli, India)
- Army Automated Library and Information Support System
- Asian American Law Journal
- Albion Academy for Lifelong Learning (Michigan)
- American Association for Labor Legislation (1905-1943)
- American Association of Law Libraries (est. 1906; Chicago, IL)
- Asian American Law Librarians (est. 1988)
- Association for Academic Language and Learning (Australia)
- Automatic Analysis of Learner Language (Workshop)
- Asian American Law Librarians Caucus
- Afrique Amérique Latine Langues en Danger (French: Africa Latin America Endangered Languages)
- African Asian Latina Lesbians United
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No one ever says, do a sloppy job, said Marilyn Zahm, executive vice president of the Association of Administrative Law Judges.
The National Association of Administrative Law Judges will hold its Annual Conference and Meeting in Orlando October 10-15 at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center.
The Association of Administrative Law Judges (AALJ) represents the 1,200 federal administrative law judges employed by the Social Security Administration.
Laptop law and turning over unprecedented control to claimants' lawyers is wrong and is strongly opposed by the Association of Administrative Law Judges and our members who serve the public throughout the United States.
He was awarded the 1999 Fellowship in Administrative Law by the National Association of Administrative Law Judges.