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Federal Judicial Financial Disclosure Reports

OverviewThis site contains financial disclosure reports for judicial officers, including bankruptcy, magistrate, and special trial judges. This site includes all judges’ 2021 and future financial disclosure reports that are currently available for release. Request Additional Reports – Judges’ 2017 to 2020 and judicial employees’ 2017 to 2022 financial disclosure reports are available by submitting a request through this database or by submitting AO-10A by mail. Judicial employees’ reports are limited to fifteen reports per request. The request must specify name, calendar year, and position of each report requested. If such information is not specified, the request cannot be satisfied. Reports are required to be destroyed six years after filing. Background – Financial Disclosure Reports for judicial officers and judicial employees are filed with the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts in accordance with the requirements of the Financial Disclosure Requirements of Federal Personnel (5 U.S.C. §§ 13101-13111). The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts provides online public access to reports filed by judicial officers, including bankruptcy judges, magistrate judges, and special trial judges.”

Administrative Oversight and Accountability Oversight mechanisms work together to hold judges and Judiciary staff responsible for their conduct as government officials and for the management of public resources. Accountability is a core value of the federal Judiciary, as stated in the Strategic Plan for the Federal Judiciary, encompassing:

  • stringent standards of conduct;
  • self-enforcement of legal and ethical rules;
  • good stewardship of public funds and property; and
  • effective and efficient use of resources.”

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