Judicial Leadership  


 

Chief Justice

The Chief Justice (CJ) is the leader of the Judicial Branch and the highest-ranking officer within the branch, holding the position of 4th-in-command within The White House. The job of the Chief Justice is to provide administrative oversight of the Judicial branch as well as preside over the Supreme Court. They are the head Judge of the Justice Panel for Supreme Court trials while hearing cases and conducting legislative reviews. They work closely with the Deputy Chief Justice.

Deputy Chief Justice

The Deputy Chief Justice (DCJ) is the deputy to the Chief Justice within the Judicial Branch and holds the position of 5th-in-command within The White House. They assist the Chief Justice in expected duties and preside over courtrooms as well as having their own designated tasks (Shown below). If the current Chief Justice resigns or is removed, the Deputy Chief Justice may take their place temporarily as the Acting Chief Justice until the President appoints a new Chief Justice. They are tasked with providing general welfare for the branch, encouragment of members, oversight of development and ensuring a positive working environment within the branch. They also assist the various divisions in making developmental content. 

Supreme Court Clerk (6iC)

  • Grading the bench exam and providing thorough feedback.
  • Updating and maintaining the spreadsheet on a daily basis. 
  • Task completion is to be monitored at the end of the week and to distribute strikes accordingly.
  • If required, reminders should be sent out to the branch for task completion.
  • Hearings, trials, and cases should be recorded, tracked, and maintained on the Leadership spreadsheets. 
  • Assist both Senior Associate Justices on their tasks if needed.  

Senior Associate Justice(s)

Senior Associate Justice (SAJ) consists of 2 divisions with each holding a different set of defined tasks in addition to their legal duties as members of the Supreme Bench. They hold the position of 6th-in-command within The White House. These divisions are Tasks and Education, their tasks are as follows;

Senior Associate Justice [6iC] [Tasks] is responsible for;

    • Maintaining and creating Legislation Applications, Judgement Scenarios, Mentoring Sessions and Case Descriptions for Mock Trials
    • Lead the Associate Justices [Task] in creating new tasks for the branch and aide them where needed.
    • Review any task submissions made by Associate Justices or other members in the branch.
    • Any additional tasks shall be set by the Chief Justice

Senior Associate Justice [6iC] [Education] is responsible for; 

    • Maintaining documents and other materials used by middle ranks, these are, but not limited to; Objections Guide, the Judicial Handbook, active evaluation of the Rules of Court Procedure. 
    • Updating and providing information using the Edu Centre
    • Organising and overseeing Education Simulation (ES) tasks within the branch, particularly, Mock Bill Reviews and Mock Settlements. 
    • Any additional tasks shall be set by the Chief Justice.

*Additional tasks are but not limited to, hosting mock trials, conducting Judicial Activities and providing mentoring sessions for 9iCs and 8iCs in the branch as well as meeting weekly for Bill reviews with the Bench*

Associate Justice(s)

Associate Justice (AJ) consists of 2 divisions, with each holding a different set of defined tasks in addition to their legal duties as members of the Supreme Bench. These divisions are Legislation and Tasks. They make up the remainder of the Justice Panel and are incredibly significant for progress made within the Branch. Through guidance during Judicial Activities and the hosting of Mock Trials, they ensure that necessary knowledge is passed down to help Medium Ranks (8th and 9th in-commands) succeed in Judicial. They hold the position of 7th-in-command within The White House.

Associate Justice [7iC] [Legislation] is responsible for;

    • Bill Review Previews to aid in the discussion on weekly Bill Reviews, these can be in the form of a report sent to 5iC+. 
    • Reviewing secondary legislation on a weekly basis.
    • Any additional tasks shall be set by the Chief Justice.

Associate Justice [7iC] [Tasks] is responsible for;

    • Submitting new case descriptions and/or evidence, Judicial Activities and Mentoring sessions to the Senior Associate Justice [Tasks]
    • Any additional tasks shall be set by the Chief Justice.

Associate Justice [7iC] [Education] is responsible for;

    • Designing bi-weekly lessons to be featured on the education centre based on topics related to the branch and members' roles, task performance and certification. 
    • Assisting the SAJ [Education] with the education division. 

*Additional tasks are but not limited to, hosting mock trials, conducting Judicial Activities and providing mentoring sessions for 9iCs and 8iCs in the branch as well as meeting weekly for Bill reviews with the Bench*

 

Solicitor General

The Solicitor General (SG), are members of Judicial Leadership who works closely with the Department of Justice. They perform tasks given to them from both the Department of Justice and Judicial Leadership respectively. They hold the position of 7th-in-command within The White House.

MeganHD101

May 2nd 2021, 3:57 PM BST

Originally written on January 13th 2021, 10:56 PM GMT by Tommeh..


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