- To improve the
administration of justice through management techniques.
- To support the independence
of the judiciary, particularly at the trial-court level.
- To determine, formulate,
and declare fundamental policies, principles, and standards involved in
judicial administration and to standardize judicial terminology and
statistical reporting methods.
- To promote coordination of
judicial research activities and furnish a form for the interchange of
practical information relating to judicial administration.
- To aid in the improvement
of judicial administration in general, with particular emphasis on the study,
development, and use of scientific and technological methods.
- To increase the proficiency
of municipal court managers.