JCUSJudicial Conference of the United States
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In the United States, for example, one of the top priorities for the JCUS (an all-judge council), and consequently its administrative staff, has been increasing the pay of the judges.
The JCUS does not have any involvement in the appointment of judges, but is limited solely to administrative oversight of the judicial branch.
106) This, again, finds parallel in the United States, where one trial court judge and one appellate judge from each of the regional circuits is appointed to the JCUS.