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Advisory Committee on Ethical Opinions for Clerks of the Courts
The Supreme Judicial Court has adopted a new Code of Judicial Conduct, effective on January 1, 2016. Please use the links listed below to access the 2016 Code and other useful information.
The Supreme Judicial Court Judiciary-Media Committee was established to help foster good working relationships and to improve better understanding between the judicial branch and the media.
The Jury Management Advisory Committee is a standing committee of the Supreme Judicial Court and consists of six members, one of whom is appointed as chairman.
The Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court established this committee to review the Massachusetts Code of Judicial Conduct in light of the American Bar Association's 2007 Model Code of Judicial Conduct.
The committee works to promote volunteer legal work in Massachusetts to help people of limited means who are in need of legal representation.
SJC Rule 3:16 requires that lawyers newly admitted to the Massachusetts bar enroll in a professionalism course.
The Committee reviews issues and proposals concerning the Massachusetts Rules of Criminal Procedure.
The Committee reviews issues and proposals concerning the Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct.

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