Fall Municipal Law Conference will be Oct, 24, 25, 26, 2013
at Hampton Inn and Suites Orange Beach. (Information will be posted as it is available)
ATTENTION: MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGES
On June 24, 2010, the Alabama Supreme Court issued an order adopting
Rules for Mandatory Continuing Judicial Education for Alabama Municipal Court Judges.
Effective January 1, 2011, Alabama Municipal Court Judges must complete a minimum of six hours of continuing judicial education (including one hour of judicial ethics) specifically relating to municipal court practice and procedure per calendar year. Newly appointed Municipal Court Judges must complete six hours of mandatory judicial education requirements within the first year of their appointment to the office. Judicial education credits for each municipal judge must be reported in writing to the AJC director by December 31 of each year.
The Rules for Mandatory Continuing Judicial Education for Alabama Municipal Court
Judges are attached.
Alvin Holmes Whiddon Jr.
Patrick Haralson Tate
Mary Eugenia Murchison
Tracy L. Roberts
Deputy General Counsel,
Immediate Past President
2010 - 2012
Andrew John Segal
2008 - 2010
Charles Solon Rodenhauser
Foreign Language Interpreters
The Alabama Municipal Judges Association (AMJA) organized as a section of the Alabama League of Municipalities (ALM) at the AMJA annual meeting on November 9, 2007. AMJA was created to serve and benefit municipal judges throughout the State of Alabama. The goals of AMJA are to foster communication and education for municipal judges in order to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of Alabama's municipal courts.
All Alabama municipal judges, full-time or part-time, are eligible for full membership in AMJA. The cost for a full membership is $75.00 for each calendar year.
AMJA members enjoy benefits such as:
AMJA membership dues also enable the Association to bring in recognized national and regional experts to speak on topics of interest to municipal judges.