Town hall meetings provide an opportunity for judges and citizens to meet and openly discuss concerns and issues regarding our judicial system. The meetings are generally held at a community center or a church, and typically target a specific section of the community. These events not only offer citizens an opportunity to meet the judges and learn about our judicial system, they also serve as a forum for judges to better understand the needs of the community and the perceptions people have of the courts. Town hall agendas usually include question-and-answer sessions, panel discussions, a meet-and-greet opportunity, and a “get to know your legal community” fair.

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