- Court Denies Trump Administration Request to Expedite Appeal of Workforce EO Decision -- 03-01-2019
- In wake of judge's order, Social Security Administration to restore rights of unions -- 08-31-2018
- AFGE v. Donald Trump decision -- 08-28-2018
- Nominating Procedure 2018 -- 08-14-2018
- Judges Warn Public Should Be Concerned About Executive Order to Politicize ALJ Appointments -- 07-23-2018
- Statement of Robert C. Bobby Scott, Ranking Member Committee on Education -- 07-19-2018
- Democrats, Advocacy Groups Pan Order Moving Administrative Judges Out of Competitive Service -- 07-17-2018
- AALJ Trump Executive Order on Law Judges -- 07-15-2018
- Larson Opposes Politicization of Social Security Judges -- 07-15-2018
- Judges warn public should be ‘concerned’ about executive order to politicize ALJ appointments -- 07-15-2018
As the men and women who comprise the corps of Administrative Law Judges, we recognize that an Administrative Law Judge must uphold the integrity and independence of the administrative judiciary.
An independent and honorable administrative judiciary is indispensable to justice in our society. Administrative Law Judges have the authority to conduct constitutional due process hearings under the process provided by the Administrative Procedure Act. Administrative Law Judges should participate in establishing, maintaining, enforcing, and observing high standards of conduct, so that the integrity and independence of the administrative judiciary may be preserved.
Women Shaping the FUTURE!
Attending the 2019 IFPTE Legislative Conference.
The Honorable Kasandra Robinson Styles (L)
President, Merit System Protection Board Professional Association
The Honorable A. Ashley Tabaddor, (C)
President, The National Association of Immigration Judges
The Honorable Melissa McIntosh (R)
President, Association of Administrative Law Judges