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Montana Supreme Court Boards and Commissions 

The Supreme Court is responsible for a variety of matters involving rule making and oversight of the administration of justice in Montana. These needs and obligations are met, in part, through various Boards and Commissions. These groups include the Sentence Review Division, Commission on Practice, Commission on Courts of Limited Jurisdiction, Judicial Standards Commission, Commission on Unauthorized Practice, Commission on Self-Represented Litigants, Public Defenders Commission, and Gender Fairness Commission.

The Supreme Court also has established other Commissions and Committees including the Board of Bar Examiners, Commission on Character and Fitness, Commission on Rules of Evidence, Commission on Civil Jury Instruction Guidelines, Commission on Criminal Jury Instructions, Commission on Continuing Legal Education, and the Task Force on Equal Justice.

Access to Justice Commission
Board of Bar Examiners
Advisory Commission on Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedure
Commission of Continuing Legal Education
Civil Jury Instructions Guidelines Commission
Commission on Courts of Limited Jurisdiction
Commission On Character And Fitness
Commission on Rules of Evidence
Commission On Practice
Commission on Technology
Commission on The Code of Judicial Conduct
Criminal Jury Instructions Commission
District Court Council
 
Uniform District Court Rules Commission  
Gender Fairness Commission
Judicial Nomination Commission
Judicial Standards Commission
Sentence Review Division