Commission on Racial and Ethnic Fairness
Supreme Court of Missouri
Post Office Box 150
Jefferson City, MO 65102
The Commission is seeking an Executive Director to the Commission
Interested parties shall submit a proposal including a statement of
work and documentation relating to applicable education, experience and
skills to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
. Proposals received by March 11, 2016, will receive preference, but proposals may be considered until contract is awarded.
The Supreme Court of Missouri created its commission on racial and ethnic fairness by order dated October 6, 2015
. The commission will focus its study on six areas – the judicial system generally, the civil justice system, the criminal justice system, the juvenile justice system, the municipal justice system and the practice of law – to identify solutions and make recommendations for improvement. Together, the commission members will engage with the public in examining and reviewing current practices and recommending measures to help assure fairness, impartiality, equal access and full participation for racial and ethnic minorities in the judicial process and in the practice of law.
Announcing the commission
during an address to lawyers and judges at a joint annual meeting, Chief Justice Patricia Breckenridge said: "We all
need to do everything we can to ensure that every
individual in every
case in our system of justice is treated with respect and has his or her case adjudicated fairly and impartially according to the law."
The commission has met one time.