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For example, as Chief Justice Durham has explained, the Conference of Chief Justices advances the administration of justice in the states by promoting the vitality, independence, and effectiveness of state judicial systems, and by advocating for resources adequate to sustain the running of the state courts.
Justice Taylor came to know state and federal judges throughout Michigan and the United States as a member of the Board of Directors of the National Conference of Chief Justices and as a board member of George Mason University's Law and Economics Center, a leading provider of continuing judicial education for Federal District and Court of Appeals judges and state court appellate judges.
Around 250 Chief Justices from all across the globe are in New Delhi to participate in "9th International Conference of Chief Justices of the World" to be held in Lucknow.
Perhaps most useful in the document is a table of court security standards, guidelines, and protocols that have been promulgated by various organizations such as the Conference of Chief Justices, the Conference of State Court Administrators, the National Association for Court Management, the Florida Supreme Court Workgroup on Emergency Preparedness, and the Judicial Council of California.
At its Summer 2000 meeting, the nationwide Conference of Chief Justices unanimously endorsed the concept of problem-solving courts, and resolved to encourage the broad integration of the principles and methods used in those courts into the administration of justice, in order "to improve court processes and outcomes while preserving the rule of law, enhancing judicial effectiveness, and meeting the needs and expectations of litigants, victims and community.
A similar provision that would apply only to claims based on Y2K defects brought vocal opposition from the Judicial Conference of the United States and the Conference of Chief Justices.
Among the other leadership and professional positions he has held: * Member, CNMI Tax Task Force * Member, CNMI Federal Bench Council * Judge pro tem, Superior Court of Guam * Justice pro tem, Supreme Court of Guam * Member and President, Pacific Judicial Council * Member, Asia Pacific Conference of Chief Justices * Member, World Jurist Association * Representative, National Judicial College Assembly * Alumnus, National Judicial College (Reno, Nevada) * Alumnus, National Institute of Trial Advocacy Chief Justice Born and raised on Saipan, Chief Justice Demapan graduated as class valedictorian of Marianas High School in 1971.
She also testified before the United States Senate Judiciary Committee concerning legislative and judicial solutions to the asbestos problem nationwide and addressed the Conference of Chief Justices and the Federal Court's Multi-District Litigation Judges on managing complex litigation.