SANTA FE — The New Mexico Judicial Compensation Commission will meet at 2 p.m., Thursday Sept. 29 to consider recommendations to the 2023 Legislature for a possible judicial salary increase.
Live streamed on the New Mexico Courts YouTube channel.
Click here for the Sept. 29 meeting agenda.
The independent commission is required by state law to annually recommend a judicial pay plan to the Legislative Finance Committee and the Department of Finance and Administration. Commission members will remotely participate in the online meeting through a video conferencing platform.
The commission is chaired by Camille Carey, dean of the University of New Mexico School of Law. Other members are Rep. Daymon Ely, an Albuquerque attorney; Adam Flores, an Albuquerque attorney; Patrick Ortiz, a Santa Fe attorney, Carolyn Wolf, a Santa Fe lawyer and president of the State Bar of New Mexico; and Kathryn Morrow, a Las Cruces attorney.
The commission’s 2021 report is available online.