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The role of a judge in the community is complex, and even experienced judges can be challenged when balancing the duty of impartiality while simultaneously leading system change. But without judicial leadership, an important component of community domestic violence is lost. Judges are often in the best position to see how systems and agencies respond to domestic violence. The court is the focal point for dozens of community agencies, and is in a position to speak to numerous stakeholders in the community. In this area of the website, judges can find resources on community collaboration and leadership, and building sustainable consensus while remaining mindful of impartiality.