The AIJA is a national body representing all constituencies of Australia's court and tribunal system. Independent of government or other external influences, the AIJA is dedicated to achieving practical reform in the administration of justice in all jurisdictions.
Through the many services provided by the AIJA, members can enhance their skills and access the information needed to deal with practical day-to-day issues and respond appropriately to the community they service.
How court administrators benefit from membership of the AIJA
The AIJA's education program features an annual national conference designed to specifically include court administrators from all jurisdictions. The conference is an excellent opportunity to share experiences and knowledge on issues of practical and current interest.
General conference program
The general conference program enables court administrators to join with judicial officers and other justice system professionals to share ideas and information, with a view to improving the operation of the courts. The program focuses on practical issues such as case management and trial delay and self-represented litigants.
Research and information
Ongoing research undertaken by the AIJA enables court administrators to access specialist reports on issues relating directly to their work. The AIJA's centralised database is an invaluable complement to the research program. Members receive access to all research reports.
As membership of the AIJA is open to court administrators from overseas jurisdictions, opportunities for the sharing of experiences and perspectives on an international level can be realised.