|40 Years in 40 Days|
May 22 - Day Thirteen
In 1974, the AOC conducted the first circuit court study which lead the Judicial Council to recommend the General Assembly create five new superior court judgeships.
May 21 - Day Twelve
In 1989, the Commission on Gender Bias was created by Supreme Court Order. The effects of gender and racial bias in the courts have been studied and reported on throughout the past 25 years.
May 20 - Day Eleven
In 1974 the Judicial Council created the Board of Court Reporting to define and regulate the practice of court reporting in Georgia
May 17, 2013 - Day Ten
May 16, 2013 - Day Nine
May 15, 2013 - Day Eight
May 14, 2013 - Day Seven
The AOC Director serves in many capacities including leading the Administrative Office of the Courts, serving as secretariat to the Judicial Council, Board of Court Reporting, and the Institute of Continuing Judicial Education as well as representing the state on numerous national organizations.
President Jimmy Carter congratulates the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts on our 40th Anniversary in this April 12 letter.