Judge Jennifer D. Bailey has been a circuit court judge in Miami-Dade, Florida, for twenty-four years. She is the Administrative Judge for the 25-judge Circuit Civil Division, and handles a docket of Complex Business Litigation cases.
Judge Bailey currently serves on the Board of Directors of the National Center for State Courts and on the Florida Commission on Trial Court Performance and Accountability.
Judge Bailey served on the Civil Justice Initiative Committee created by the Conference of Chief Justices to evaluate and recommend best practices to reduce cost and delay in state civil courts, and chaired the Court Operations subcommittee. She chaired the Florida Supreme Court Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Task Force at the height of the foreclosure crisis, and previously, she served as Dean of the Florida College of Advanced Judicial Studies, as Chair of the Florida Bar Civil Procedure Rules Committee, and on the Florida Supreme Court Civil Jury Instruction and Business/Contracts Jury Instruction Committee, and was appointed Vice-Chair of the Florida Court Education Council by four consecutive Chief Justices of the Florida Supreme Court. She is also currently pursuing an LLM in Judicial Studies at Duke University Law School.
A discussion on the goals to improve cost and efficiency of the civil justice system.
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