In October of 2002, Chief Justice Mullarkey established the Standing Committee on Family Issues pursuant to a recommendation by the Commission on Families in the Colorado Courts (see below). The initial charge of this standing committee was to implement the recommendations of the Commission on Families and to monitor and continue to improve the ways in which Colorado courts serve families. Justice Allison Eid is the Supreme Court liaison to the Standing Committee on Family Issues.
In January of 2001, Chief Justice Mullarkey convened the Commission on Families in the Colorado Courts to examine ways in which Colorado courts serve families, and then to make recommendations for changes that would improve policies, procedures, rules and laws affecting families involved with the courts. This Commission was co-chaired by former State Senator Dottie Wham and Sr. Judge Patti O’Rourke.
The Commission published a final report in August of 2002 which included a comprehensive set of recommendations.
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