Review Committee of the COMMISSION ON JUDICIAL NOMINEES EVALUATION (RJNE)
The Review Committee (RJNE), established pursuant to Article 6, Rule 7.66 of the Rules and Procedures of the Commission on Judicial Nominees Evaluation (JNE Commission), is a five-member committee that is charged with reviewing requests from those candidates that are seeking reconsideration of the JNE Commission rating of "not qualified". RJNE evaluates information pertaining to the investigation of the candidate and focuses on possible violations of rules or procedures.
- RJNE is composed of two members of the Board of Trustees (one lawyer member and one public member), one past member of the JNE Commission and two at-large members. Neither of the at-large members will be current members of the Board of Trustees.
- Meetings are conducted by conference call and typically last between 30 and 60 minutes. They may be held as often as four or five times a year.
- Committee members may require between two to four hours to review materials prior to the conference call.
- Applicants should have attorney or other legal-related experience, knowledge of the judiciary, strong analytical skills and an ability to assess confidential information in a thorough and objective manner. An appellate background is desired.
Staff Contact: Heidi Schwab-Wilhelmi, 415-538-2274
Available Positions: 1 (past member of the JNE Commission whose last year of service on the JNE Commission ended between Nov. 2010 and April 2012)
Application deadline: June 3, 2013 (Word fill-in; AdobePDF)