The Chief Justice of the United States is the head of the United States federal
court system and the chief judge of the Supreme Court ...
Often incorrectly called the "Chief Justice of the Supreme Court," the Chief Justice
of the United States not only presides over the Supreme Court, he or she ...
Rule 82 - Terms and Duties of Chief Justice and Judges of This Court. 82.01 --
Terms and Duties of Chief Justice and Presiding Judges -- Supreme Court ·
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The chief justice's primary duty is to preside over all Supreme Court proceedings,
both those open to the public and those held in private. The chief justice ...
DUTIES AND POWERS OF CHIEF JUDGE. (a) Appointment and Term;
Recommendation. The Supreme Court will appoint a chief judge in each judicial
The following are the duties of a Chief Judge at the federal level. Ensuring that
laws, regulations, ...
Sep 6, 2005 ... The process for appointing a Chief Justice is the same as for appointing.
Associate Justices and typically involves a sharing of responsibilities ...
The Chief Justice presides in the Supreme Court and has administrative
responsibilities for that court and, through the Chief High Court Judge, for the
www.supremecourt.wa.gov.au/_files/Law Society Press Lunch 5 May 04.pdf
Role of the Chief Justice. (“Lunch with the Press”). Wednesday, 5 May 2004. By.
The Hon David K Malcolm AC CitWA. Chief Justice of Western Australia.
www.courts.state.co.us/Courts/Supreme_Court/Directives/95-01 amended on 08-051.pdf
The chief judge is the administrative head of all district and county courts within ...
role of the chief judge in relation to other district and county judges, the ...