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West's Annotated Code of Maryland
Maryland Rules
Title 16. Court Administration
Chapter 100. Court Administrative Structure
MD Rules, Rule 16-109
(a) Existence; Membership; Chair; Secretariat. There is a Maryland Judicial Conference which consists of the judges of the Court of Appeals, the Court of Special Appeals, the circuit courts, and the District Court. The Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals is the Chair of the Conference. The Administrative Office of the Courts is the secretariat for the Conference.
(b) Duties. The Judicial Conference may:
(1) consider the annual report of the Judicial Council and such other business as may be presented to the Conference,
(2) discuss new and proposed legislation, proposed and adopted changes to the Maryland Rules, emerging case law, and trends that may affect the Maryland courts, judges, or the broader legal and judicial community, and
(3) exchange ideas with respect to the improvement of the administration of justice in Maryland.
(c) Sessions. Unless otherwise ordered by the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, the Conference shall meet in general session periodically at the time and place designated by the Chief Judge. Each session of the Conference shall be for the number of days determined by the Chief Judge.
Source: This Rule is derived in part from former Rule 16-802 (2016) and is in part new.


[Adopted June 6, 2016, eff. July 1, 2016.]
MD Rules, Rule 16-109, MD R CTS J AND ATTYS Rule 16-109
Current with amendments received through April 1, 2020.
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