Council Profile


The Council of Juvenile Court Judges is composed of all judges of the courts exercising jurisdiction over juveniles. Council membership for Fiscal Year 2025 includes 172 members: 75 Full-Time Juvenile Courts Judges, 25 Part-Time Juvenile Court Judges; 9 Full-Time Associate Juvenile Court Judges and 10 Part-Time Associate Juvenile Court Judges; 33 Pro Tempore Judges; and 20 Senior Judges.

(As of 06/01/2024)

Mission Statement


The Council Staff provides support to juvenile courts through legal research services, legislative tracking, and specialized programs to assist in protecting the best interests of children and the state. Council policies are set by the Executive Committee, which is comprised of the President, President-Elect, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Immediate Past-President; and the Executive Council which comprises a District Representative from across the state. There are nine standing committees – Accountability Court, Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, Benchbook/Uniform Rules, Children In Need of Services (CHINS), Delinquency, Dependency, Education/Certification, Legislative, and Technology, who will make recommendations to the Executive Committee.

Welcome Letter from the Council President

 

 

 

 

Swearing-in of Judge T. Neal Brunt by Judge R. Michael Key, May 6, 2024, at the Judges' Spring Conference, as President of the Council of Juvenile Court Judges for FY2025.