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Finley's article states that the legislature has an "almost nonexistent role in judicial selection." (64) He argued that "the legislature's only participation in the judicial selection process comes in the form of voting to confirm the governor's nominations to fill the three layperson positions on the Alaska Judicial Council." (65) In fact, as outlined above, the legislature performs several indispensable roles in the judicial selection process.
ALASKA JUDICIAL COUNCIL, ALASKA'S ENGLISH RULE: ATTORNEY'S FEE-SHIFTING IN CIVIL CASES 29-30 (1995).
The Alaska Constitution established the Alaska Judicial Council (23) to nominate candidates for judgeships at all four levels of state court.
However, the Alaska Court System has asked the Alaska Judicial Council to evaluate all five of the formalized projects discussed in this Article.
The Alaska Judicial Council is a citizen's council that was created by the Alaska Constitution as part of its merit selection plan.
He currently serves as one of the lawyer members of the Alaska Judicial Council, which recommends judicial candidates to the Governor of Alaska and makes retention recommendations for judicial incumbents.
(128.) Alaska Judicial Council, Selecting and Evaluating Alaska's Judges: 1984-2007, at 33 (2008), available at http://www.ajc.state.ak.us/Reports /JudgeProfile08.pdf.
The Alaska Judicial Council's staff members conduct the evaluations.
(2) See generall ALASKA JUDICIAL COUNCIL, A CONSUMER GUIDE TO SELECTING A MEDIATOR (1995).
His thanks to Susanne DiPietro and Suzie Dosik of the Alaska Judicial Council for reviewing an early draft and to his co-author, Brett Frazer, for his sterling work throughout the project.
He was the first secretary, after statehood, of the Petersburg Fish & Game advisory board; a member of the Alaska Blue Ribbon Task Force for the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA) of 1980; a public member of the Alaska Judicial Council and on the board of governors for the Alaska Bar Association.
(3) The amendment would have drastically altered the Alaska Judicial Council, giving the state's governor the power to appoint the majority of its members and thus greatly expand the governor's influence over tire selection of new judges.
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