New Judicial Conduct Rules Effective July 1

The Tennessee Supreme Court today reissued the comprehensive rewrite of its Code of Judicial Conduct, adopted on Jan. 4, making a few minor changes in campaign activity provisions. Most of the rules changes came as the result of a two-year effort by the Tennessee Bar Association to revise the rules for the first time since 1990. New recusal standards and procedure were a major focus of the TBA effort. The new Code of Judicial Conduct, which is Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 10, will take effect on July 1. Learn more from the Administrative Office of the Courts


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