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Commission on Diversity, Equality, and Justice in the Judiciary
The Commission on Diversity, Equality, and Justice (CODEJ), formerly known as Commission on Minorities has been a standing commission of the Arizona Judicial Branch for over twenty years. Beyond the Commission’s focus on the advancing diversity, equality, and justice, the Commission also is charged with developing recommendations to promote diversity, equality, and including recruiting, hiring, and training of judicial officers, and court and probation department employees. Additionally, the Commission is working to develop programs that encourage diverse groups to obtain internships and clerkships, and to participate in other career development and training programs for judicial, legal, court, and law-related positions. To learn more about the CODEJ please read: 1-107 Amended 5-2021.pdf (azcourts.gov)
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You may attend the meetings in person or by conference call. If joining by conference call, please ensure that your telephone is muted. Do not place the call on hold. The “Call to the Public” portion of the agenda is provided for public comment. Each public comment is limited to 3 minutes.
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You may address the committee by submitting (1) your name, (2) who you are representing, and (3) subject you wish to speak about. The Chair will call the name of each person when it is time to speak. Please listen to those who go before you and try to avoid repeating statements.


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For general inquiries, please feel free to contact committee support staff at:
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(602) 452-3358
Arizona Supreme Court
Administrative Office of the Courts
1501 W. Washington St., Suite 410
Phoenix, AZ 85007