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Louisiana Supreme Court
4Th Floor, Formal Conference Room 400 Royal Street
The justices of the Louisiana Supreme Court serve 10 year terms of office. The senior justice in point of service is the Chief Justice, who is the chief administrative officer of the judicial system.
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16. Timothy F. Averill has been selected to serve as Judicial Administrator of the Louisiana Supreme Court
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2008 Tim Averill, General Counsel for the La. Supreme Court
August 2013 ENews
Justice John Weimer, La. Supreme Court; Judge Harry Randow, President, La. District Judges Association; Judge Madeleine Landrieu, La. Court of Appeal; Judge Ernestine Gray, Orleans Parish Juvenile Court; Leon Cannizzaro, Jr., Orleans Parish District Attorney; Judge Frances Bouillion, City Court of Lafayette; Judge Bernadette D'Souza, Orleans Civil District Court; Judge Sheral Kellar, Chief Judge, La. Department of Labor; Judge Peter Beer, U.S. District Court; Judge James Dennis, U.S. Court of Appeals; Tim Averill, Judicial Administrator, La. Supreme Court; Joe Stahl, Attorney at Law; Val Exnicios, Liska, Exnicios & Nungesser; Jack Benjamin, Sr., Gainsburgh Benjamin; Kim Boyle, Phelps Dunbar; Nakisha Ervin-Knott, Gainsburgh Benjamin; Frank Simoneaux, Gordon Arato; Chris Totaro, Haynes Academy for Advanced Studies; Liz Tullier, Director, Northside Academy for Legal Studies; and Judy Zimmer, Deputy Director, Street Law.
The Committee was comprised of the ...
The Committee was comprised of the following LSBA members: Harry S. Hardin, III, Chair; Christine Lipsey, Vice-Chair; Professor Dane S. Ciolino, Reporter; Kim M. Boyle; Connor B. Eglin; Orlando N. Hamilton, Jr.; Judge Carolyn W. Gill-Jefferson; Harvey J. Lewis; Charles B. Plattsmier; Judge Harry Randow; Michael H. Rubin; Marta-Ann Schnabel; Joseph L. Shea, Jr.; Richard C. Stanley; Timothy F. Averill, Supreme Court Liaison; E. Phelps Gay, Board Liaison.*] The Committee's charge was threefold: (1) to monitor and study the ongoing work of the American Bar Association Ethics 2000 Commission; (2) to conduct a comprehensive review of the Louisiana Rules of Professional Conduct; and (3) to recommend rule changes to the LSBA House of Delegates and, ultimately, the Louisiana Supreme Court.[*47.
I also want to introduce Timothy Averill, our new Judicial Administrator.
Tim is a former Deputy Judicial Administrator who was appointed to the JA position upon the retirement of Dr. Hugh Collins.