Written version of testimony can be viewed here. (Note: link is to PDF file)
Santos stated that she was encouraged by the judiciary's decision to require judges to report misconduct but reiterated LCWA's recommendation that independent investigators, rather than judges or other members of the entrenched judiciary, oversee investigations into allegations of harassment.
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On November 13, 2018, LCWA submitted a public comment to the Judicial Conference regarding the proposed changes to the Code of Conduct for U.S. Judges and the Rules for Judicial-Conduct and Judicial-Disability Proceedings. Co-founders Jaime Santos and Kendall Turner already previewed LCWA's response when they testified before the Judicial Conference on October 30, and the public comment memorializes Santos and Turner's comments in written form.
You can read LCWA's public comments here.
On November 2, 2018, co-founder Claire Madill joined Heidi Bond, Leah Litman, and moderator Michigan Supreme Court Justice Bridget Mary McCormack at a panel at the University of Michigan Law School. The purpose of the panel was to discuss the issue of sexual misconduct in the federal judiciary, what progress has been made, and what may happen moving forward.
Professor Beth Wilensky (@bethwilensky) live-tweeted the panel, if you would like more information.