About AALJ

AALJ Judges


  • Constitution
    Association of Administrative Law Judges, Judicial Council No. 1, IFPTE, AFL-CIO, CLC.
  • National Executive Board
    National Executive Board, Regional Vice Presidents
  • Committees
    Collective Bargaining Committees, AALJ Internal Committees, Special Project Committees
  • Master Contract
    Collective Bargaining Agreement with SSA ODAR
  • Statements & Reports
    Election Reports, Financial Statements, Etc.
  • Meeting Minutes
    National Executive Board & Committees
  • Expense Reimbursement
    Instructions & Claim Form
  • Retirement Plaque
    Instructions & Order Form

    From the AALJ Constitution:

    As the men and women who comprise the corps of Administrative Law Judges, we recognize that an Administrative Law Judge must uphold the integrity and independence of the administrative judiciary. An independent and honorable administrative judiciary is indispensable to justice in our society. Administrative Law Judges have the authority to conduct constitutional due process hearings under the process provided by the Administrative Procedure Act. Administrative Law Judges should participate in establishing, maintaining, enforcing, and observing high standards of conduct, so that the integrity and independence of the administrative judiciary may be preserved.