Montana State Legislature
2021-2022 Law and Justice Interim Committee
Next Scheduled Meeting:
The LJIC met for the final time of the 2021-2022 interim on August 29.
A summary of the LJIC's interim work is available here.
The LJIC does not plan to meet again until after the 2023 legislative session. Sign up below to receive emailed updates when the 2023-2024 LJIC sets a meeting date.
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Upcoming Meeting Dates:
August 29 was the final LJIC meeting for the 2021-2022 interim.
Rachel Weiss, Research Analyst
Julianne Burkhardt, Staff Attorney
Bethany McDowell James, Secretary
About the Law and Justice Interim Committee
The Law and Justice Interim Committee (LJIC) is a 12-member bipartisan interim committee tasked by law to monitor the activities of the Department of Justice, the Department of Corrections, and the Office of State Public Defender. The LJIC also serves as the liaison to the Judicial Branch.