§ 8-8-21. District court conference.
There shall be a district court conference held annually, or more often, at such time and place as shall be designated by the chief judge. This conference shall consist of all the judges of the district court. The chief judge shall preside and the chief clerk shall act as secretary of the conference. The attorney general, or one of his or her assistants, shall attend to aid and advise the conference. The conference shall, with the concurrence of the chief judge, have power to direct in what manner and to what extent entries shall be made of the decisions, judgments, and proceedings of the district court. To the end that the work of the district court shall be efficiently and expeditiously transacted it shall give attention to all matters believed helpful to that end and shall make recommendations regarding procedure and other matters pertaining to the court.
(P.L. 1969, ch. 239, § 4.)