April 2017

Profiling Georgia Judges

Over the first three months of 2017, the Judicial Council/AOC has profiled new juvenile court judges, African American judges, and women judges.


#AskGAJudges Law Day 2017

The Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts (@GACourts) is sponsoring #AskGAJudges, a Twitter Town Hall, on May 9, 2017 to celebrate Law Day.  The American Bar Association's theme for Law Day is "The 14th Amendment: Transforming American Democracy."

Promoting Public Accessibility and Transparency in the Courts

One of the Prioritized Key Initiatives of the Judicial Council's Strategic Planning Committee is to "promote public accessibility and transparency in the courts." The Georgia Courts Journal recently asked judges to discuss how their courts were promoting public accessibility and transparency.


Judges from State of Georgia visit Republic of Georgia

By Michael Cuccaro

“Gamarjoba!” is a word heard many times by the delegation from the State of Georgia Judiciary when it visited their counterparts in the Republic of Georgia (the “Republic”), some 6,300 air miles and eight time zones away. 


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Pop Quiz

In 2002, Judge Ben Studdard competed on Jeopardy! Can you answer the Final Jeopardy question he couldn't?

Category: U.S. Stamps.

Clue: In late October, 2001, Tony Curtis and Lance Burton unveiled the new stamp honoring this person.

Find the answer on our Facebook and Twitter accounts: @GACourts!


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