Previous Chief Judges and their management committees determined that the Court would be improved by a better coordinated and more responsive administrative arrangement. After consulting its judges and relevant experts, the Court began to redesign its judicial administration structure.
In April 2013 five regions were established to replace the previous twelve administrative districts, and the transition was completed by June 2014.
This restructuring is an internal initiative that does not impact the work being done in the courtroom. However, since it allows for more effective use of judicial resources, the restructuring enhances our ability to deliver on our commitment to timely and accessible justice.