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Functions of the judicial conference
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 7-A
§ 214-a. Functions of the judicial conference. The judicial conference

1. study and recommend changes in laws, statutes and rules relating to
civil, criminal and family law practice which, in its opinion, will
promote simplicity in procedure, the just determination of cases and
controversies, and the elimination of unjustifiable expense and delay in
litigation in the unified court system; and

2. advise the chief administrator with respect to the establishment of
educational programs, seminars and institutes for the judicial and
nonjudicial personnel of the unified court system; and

3. consult with the chief judge and the chief administrator, as they
may require, with respect to the administration and operation of the
unified court system.