The Institute for Administrative Justice, established at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, in 1972, has gained national recognition as a leading expert on administrative hearing practices. The Institute offers professional legal services, training, and consultation in all aspects of administrative adjudication, including providing attorneys, mediators, adjudicators, investigators, case management and data tracking services, training programs, and the design of hearing procedures and management systems.
The Institute employs a professional staff of highly skilled attorneys and maintains a panel of contract attorneys who have represented clients in over 500,000 administrative hearings under contract with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Additionally, the Institute developed and implemented a sophisticated, web-based case tracking and data collection system to manage the high volume of cases and generate reports used, in part, to establish compliance with the legal requirements imposed by the Valdivia Injunction.
Over the past 40 years, the Institute’s staff attorneys have held hearings on matters ranging from building code violations and permit revocations, to adjudicating special education disputes. The Institute has provided services to over 45 federal, State, and local agencies, including the U.S. Army, Social Security Administration, California Department of Education, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
The Institute offers the following professional legal services:
- Hearing Officers
- AB109 Realignment Services
- Case Tracking & Data Management
- Training Programs
- Meeting Facilitators
Contact the Institute of Administrative Justice today to partner with this robust, nimble organization that can meet your need to provide immediate and economically feasible services.