The Judicial Center is the staff agency of the Judicial Conference of Indiana and was created by statute. The legislature has charged the Judicial Conference with promoting an exchange of experience and suggestions regarding the operation of Indiana's judicial system. More about the Judicial Center »
The Indiana Judicial Center, with technical support from the National Center for State Courts, has developed a Judicial Candidate eSchool for the 2016 election cycle.
The goal of this program is to provide information on the ethical and legal requirements to which candidates for judicial office are subject during the election process.
Similar programs have been offered in other states, like Ohio, California, and New York. The program is offered to all candidates – both incumbents and challengers.
The Indiana Judges Association (IJA) is pleased to announce the launch of the IJA website at www.indianajudgesassociation.org.
The website includes information for judicial officers and the public, as well as recognition of judges who have been honored at the state and national level for work benefitting all citizens.
The Indiana Judicial Center does not provide legal research, legal advice, or legal services to the public and does not have access to individual court records. Information on this website should not be construed or interpreted as such.