Judicial Nominating Procedures
The scope and function of the JNP Committee is to assist the Governor and the judicial nominating commissions in discharging their respective duties under Article V, Section 11, Constitution of Florida.
The committee offers assistance to the Governor with organizing and presenting an annual training program for all JNC commissioners. The training program provides authoritative information on the subject of judicial selection and the judicial nominating process. It also constitutes a forum for the mutual exchange of information by commissioners.
The committee will advise judicial nominating commissioners of new legislation or proposed legislation which is related to the judiciary and the judicial selection process. The committee will continue to suggest operating rules and procedures that it believes to be in the best interest of the commissions and the judicial nominating process.
Judicial Nominating Commissioners 2010 Handbook (14MB)
JNC: Uniform Rules of Procedure - Appellate
JNC: Uniform Rules of Procedure - Circuit
JNC: Uniform Rules of Procedure - Supreme Court
- JNC Training- Morning Session: YouTube 2 Hrs., 59 Min.
Welcome - Kara Berard Rockenbach, Chair, JNPC and Charles M. Trippe, Jr. Governor’s General Counsel
Remarks - Gwynne Young, 2011 President-Elect, The Florida Bar
Judicial Selection Process and Chairs’ Responsibilities - Moderator: Judge William D. Palmer
Panelists: Charles Trippe, Pat Christiansen, Judge Stephanie Ray, Alan Bookman, Kara Rockenbach, Ray Abadin, Theodore Small, Michael Band and Todd Payne
JNC Training- Afternoon Session YouTube 2 Hrs., 24 Min.
Diversity Sensitivity - Arnell Bryant-Willis, Diversity Initiatives Manager, The Florida Bar
Ethics Rules - Virlindia Doss, Executive Director, Fl Ethics Comm.
Sunshine Laws/Public Records/Redaction Issues for Jnc Commissioners - Pat Gleason, Special Counsel For Open Government, Attorney General’s Office
The Psychology Of Effective Judicial Interviewing - Dr. Deborah O. Day, Psy.D.
Judicial Nominating Applications and Commissions