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Organization

1. Chief Justice

This Court has a Chief Justice of the rank of special appointment, who is in charge of all of the Court’s administrative affairs, serves as a Justice himself or herself, and serves as the Presiding Justice of the Grand Panel.

2. Adjudication

(1) Panels

Each panel, comprised of a Presiding Justice and four Associate Justices, decides cases by majority. There was only one panel in 1949, but there are four panels now owing to the increasing caseload.

(2) Grand Panel or da fa tin

The Grand Panel, consisting of nine justices, adjudicates the issues proposed by panels of this Court, and makes rulings (ts’ai ting) that bind the proposing panels on the adjudication of the cases or matters in question. The Chief Justice serves as the Presiding Justice of the Grand Panel. The proposing panel appoints one member for the Grand Panel. Justices’ Conference elects by vote the other seven members for the Grand Panel.

(3) Justices’ Conference

Justices’ Conference, chaired by the Chief Justice, is attended by all current justices of this Court. Justices’ Conference decides on the assignment of judicial functions among justices, and advises the Chief Justice on the evaluation of justices, the disc- iplinary matters against justices pursuant to Article 21 of the Judges’ Act, and other things that may significantly affect justices.

3. Committees

(1) Committee for State Compensation Cases

In order to handle state compensation cases claimed by individuals in accordance with the State Compensation Law, Supreme Administrative Court Regulations on the Handling of State Compensation Cases prescribes a five-member Committee for State Compensation Cases, dealing with the investigation, negotiation, litigation, and claims of state compensation cases.

(2) Committee for the Self-Discipline of Justices

Pursuant to the Court Regulations for the Self-Discipline of Judges and Justices at All Levels, this Court has a Committee for the Self-Discipline of Justices, dealing with matters relating to the self-discipline of justic es in order to preserve the integrity, professional ethics and reputation of justices.

(3) Committee for the Evaluation of Positions

Pursuant to the Regulations Governing the Evaluation of Positions, the court has a Committee for the Evaluation of Positions which is responsible for the preliminary evaluation of the position of justices by examining the actual facts based on the principle of fairness and justice.

(4) Screening Committee and Committee for the Evaluation of Performance

Pursuant to the Civil Servant Promotion Act and its implementing regulations and the Civil Servant Performance Evaluation Act, this Court sets up the Screening Committee and the Committee for the Evaluation of Performance to make annual merit rating, special merit rating, and the preliminary regular assessments of the staff for rewards or disciplines in an open, fair, and just manner, balancing the principles of internal promotion and external hiring.

(5) Deliberative Committee for Handling Complaints of Sexual Harassment

Pursuant to the Act on Gender Equality at Work, and this Court’s Regulations on Preventing, Complaining about, and Handling of Sexual Harassment at Work, this Court sets up the Deliberative Committee for Handling Complaints of Sexual Harassment in order to prevent sexual harassment and provide a safe work environment.

(6) Committee for Investigating Complaints of Sexual Harassment

Pursuant to the Act on the Prevention of Sexual Harassment, and this Court’s Regulations on Preventing, Complaining about, and Handling of Sexual Harassment at Work, this Court sets up the Committee for Investigating Complaints of Sexual Harassment in order to prevent sexual harassment and protect the rights and interest of victims.

4. Administration

Administrative matters of this Court are dealt with by Clerical Bureau, Personnel Office, Accounting Office, Statistics Office, Government Ethics Office, and Information Technology Office respectively under the supervision of the Chief Justice. The Chief Clerk, the head of the Clerical Bureau, is responsible for conducting administrative affairs on the orders of the Chief Justice, as well as overseeing all work within the Clerical Bureau. The Clerical Bureau consists of subordinate Sections, such as Clerk’s Sections, Procedural Examination Section, Document Section, Research and Evaluation Section, and General Affairs Section. Each Section is led by a director. Also working in the Clerical Bureau are several bailiffs and judicial assistants.

Organizational Chart of Supreme Administrative Court

Chief Justice

1. Adjudication
1.1 1st Panel
1.2 2nd Panel
1.3 3rd Panel
1.4 4th Panel
1.5 Grand Panel
1.6 Justice’s Conference
2. Administration
2.1 Clerical Bureau
2.1.1 1st Clerk’s Section
2.1.2 2nd Clerk’s Section
2.1.3 3rd Clerk’s Section
2.1.4 4th Clerk’s Section
2.1.5 Procedural Examination Section
2.1.6 Document Section
2.1.7 Research and Evaluation Section
2.1.8 General Affairs Section
2.1.9 Bailiff
2.1.10 Judicial Assistants
2.2 Personnel Office
2.3 Accounting Office
2.4 Statistics Office
2.5 Government Ethics Office
2.6 Information Technology Office
3. Committee for State Compensation Cases
4. Committee for the Self-Discipline of Justices
5. Committee for the Evaluation of
Positions
6. Screening Committee and Committee for the Evaluation of Performance
7.
Deliberative Committee for Handling Complaints of Sexual Harassment
8. Committee for Investigating Complaints of Sexual Harassment
 

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