NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDICIARY
March 13, 2020: NAALJ Posts Update on COVID-19 Click Here
April 11, 2020: Resources for ALJs During COVID-19 Closures Click Here
April 21, 2020: Platforms used by Administrative Courts to Conduct Remote Hearings Click Here
May 8, 2020: ABA Judicial Div NCALJ's Prelim Report on Impact of COVID-19 on Administrative Courts Click Here
May 28, 2020: Announcing ABA Judicial Div. Virtual Expo Click Here
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NAALJ, a nonprofit corporation founded in Illinois in 1974, is the largest professional organization devoted exclusively to administrative adjudication within the executive branch of government. Its voting members exercise a broad subject matter jurisdiction and include state, federal, and local administrative law judges, administrative judges, hearing officers, referees, trial examiners, agency chairs, commissioners, and appellate authorities. Associate members include law professors and attorneys involved in administrative law. As of June 1, 2017, NAALJ had approximately 904 dues-paying members. NAALJ has had members in every state, as well as Australia, Canada, the Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. NAALJ functions as a parent organization for many state affiliates, including the Arkansas Association of Administrative Adjudicators, the District of Columbia Association of Administrative Law Judiciary, the Florida Association of Administrative Law Adjudicators, the Illinois Association of Administrative Law Judges, the Indiana Association of Administrative Law Judges, the Iowa Association of Administrative Law Judges, the Louisiana Association of Administrative Law Judges, the Maryland Association of Administrative Law Judiciary, and the New York State Administrative Law Judges Association.
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