- Executive Office of the Trial Court
Media Contact for Massachusetts Trial Court Releases 2017 Diversity Report & 2017 Report on Access to Fairness Survey
Jennifer Donahue and Erika Gully-Santiago
BOSTON, MA — Massachusetts Trial Court Chief Justice Paula M. Carey and Trial Court Administrator Jonathan Williams today released the first Massachusetts Trial Court Annual Diversity Report for Fiscal Year 2017 and the Massachusetts Trial Court Report on the Access and Fairness Survey for Fiscal Year 2017.
"We have made a commitment to improve the quality of justice in the Commonwealth by addressing issues of diversity, equity and inclusion," said Trial Court Chief Justice Paula M. Carey. "We are mindful that this effort must be integrated into our overall mission of delivering justice with dignity and speed. We look forward to working with internal and external partners as we lead this essential commitment for the 21st century courts."
"We believe in the importance of a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve," added Trial Court Administrator Jonathan Williams. "Trial Court departments are gradually becoming more diverse but we recognize the need to expand recruitment in partnership with bar associations and community organizations."