Diversity, Fairness, and Access: A 21st Century Curriculum

Last year, the Education and Curriculum Committee along with the Diversity, Access, and Fairness Committee, released its newest curriculum design, “The Journey toward Diversity, Fairness, and Access through Education,” which is a roadmap for judicial educators and practitioners wishing to develop or integrate fairness and bias related topics. Early curriculum adopters have lauded it.

RESOURCE HIGHLIGHT: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer (JERITT) Project

If you are relatively new to judicial branch education, you might not be aware of an excellent source of information directly applicable to the profession. The JERITT Project was a collaborative effort supported by the State Justice Institute, NASJE, and the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. Its mission was “to advance the knowledge base, skills, and best practices of continuing professional education for judges and court personnel.”

From the President (Spring 2016)

By Margaret Allen Colleagues, I hope this message finds you very well. In this edition of “From the President”, I’ll share an overview of the many activities undertaken by our association since January. Board Activities Midyear Meeting. The NASJE Board of…

Kathy Story: Spotlighting Judicial Branch Education

Kathy Story

Kathy Story, MA JD, has been an important and integral part of judicial branch education for many years. She has been affiliated with NASJE since 2002. For her company, Story Consulting and Coaching, she designs and delivers leadership, mentoring and faculty development training to attorneys, judges, court administrators and other legal professionals. Her workshops include learning styles, effective presentations, personal and organizational change, emotional intelligence, diversity training, generational differences and effective feedback.