a forum for fact and opinion relating to all aspects of the administration of justice and its improvement.
Throughout its history, AJS has worked closely with national, state and local bar associations and other organizations to develop and implement justice system reforms.
AJS’s diverse and broadly based membership, including judges, lawyers, and members of the public, promotes fair and impartial courts through research, publications, education, and advocacy for judicial reform.
The work of AJS focuses primarily on judicial ethics, judicial selection, access to justice, criminal justice reform, and the jury system.
The American Judicature Society is an independent, non-partisan, membership organization working nationally to protect the integrity of the American justice system.
Founded in 1913, the national American Judicature Society was dissolved in 2014. The Hawaii State Chapter, established in 1998, changed its name and is now the American Judicature Society. The Hawaii Chapter has over a hundred members comprised of judges, lawyers and other citizens of the State of Hawaii.
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The purpose of the Society is “To Promote the Effective Administration of Justice” as set forth in the Articles of Incorporation. The work of AJS focuses primarily on judicial ethics, judicial selection, access to justice, criminal justice reform, and the jury system.