23.3 General Organization of the Elder Law and Miscellaneous Remedies Division
(A) Presiding Judge
The Presiding Judge shall have general administrative authority to supervise the Division, including authority to coordinate the Division=s operations, and shall promulgate general orders as necessary to administer the Division.
The Presiding Judge may establish procedures by which services of the Division supervised by the Presiding Judge may be made available in any case in the circuit court in which an elderly person is a party or victim and the judge in that case determines, on motion by a party or by the court, that the interests of justice would be served by a referral of an elderly person for such services.
(B) Emergency Calendar
The Presiding Judge, or her or his designee, shall have the authority to establish an emergency calendar and other calls and calendars for the purpose of assuring effective access to remedies and services available in elder law cases.
Dated this 29th day of August, 2013, effective immediately. This Rule shall be spread upon the records of this Court and published.
ADOPTED BY A MAJORITY OF THE JUDGES OF
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY.