New Chief Preps Agenda for Superior Court

Judge Lee Satterfield says he'll focus on reforming Landlord and Tenant branch and improving courthouse security

Legal Times

Judge Lee Satterfield doesn't officially become chief judge of D.C. Superior Court until Sept. 24, but he is already thinking about what his top priorities will be. Last week, Satterfield sat down with editorial assistant Jeff Jeffrey to discuss his agenda, which includes evaluating community court programs, reforming the Landlord and Tenant Branch, improving courthouse security, and shoring up assistance for the burgeoning number of pro se litigants.

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