The Office of Judicial Administration oversees the following agencies.
Certifies that all individuals admitted to practice law have fulfilled the requirements for admission; oversees the legal education requirements of attorneys, judges and mediators, and maintains a mediator registry.
Processes incoming filings and outgoing orders and opinions for Indiana’s appellate courts; maintains court records and the Roll of Attorneys.
Responsible for investigating attorney misconduct and prosecuting lawyer discipline proceedings.
Manages media inquiries, public information, and opportunities for educators to engage with the judicial branch; oversees the Supreme Court’s website; creates and distributes press releases; and coordinates messaging campaigns.
Develops education, programs, and projects for all courts to improve the administration of justice; certifies problem-solving courts, probation officers, and court interpreters; compiles court statistics.
Provides support for day-to-day operations; assists the Supreme Court with creating a vision for how technology can improve court operations and access to justice; develops custom applications for data sharing with the public and state agencies.
Leads development and implementation of initiatives surrounding equity and inclusivity; provides training, resources and facilitation on topics that encourage and challenge us to think and learn from others’ perspectives; assists and supports our internal staff and our external stakeholders and constituents across the state of Indiana.
Manages the Supreme Court budget and assets, processes financial transactions and invoices, and provides accurate, timely financial information to the Court and other government officials. Assists with hiring and disciplinary issues, training, and payroll and benefits.
Provides legal services to Supreme Court staff, agencies, and trial courts; oversees ADA accommodation and language access; and serves as liaison with the Attorney General on litigation involving the courts as a party.
The Office of Innovation leads process improvement initiatives and promotes innovation, creative problem-solving, and a culture of continuous improvement within the Office of Judicial Administration.
Assists judges, lawyers, and law students with personal issues—addiction, mental health, physical, age-related, and other concerns—that have the potential to reduce their effectiveness.
Provides ethical guidance to judges and handles judicial discipline investigations; recruits and interviews applicants for appellate court vacancies.