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The new NASJE website is launched! As you can see, if you are a regular visitor, the NASJE website content has been integrated into the NASJE News site.

Juvenile Drug Courts – 2.0

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) was awarded the 2010 Juvenile Drug Court Training and Technical Assistance grant from the Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency and Prevention this past October. NCJFCJ has been providing training and…

From the President – Spring 2011

I am constantly amazed at the dedicated NASJE members who, although their workloads are increasing and their budgets are decreasing, devote time to NASJE and continue to keep it strong. Mr. Tom Langhorne (VA) and Ms. Claudia Fernandes (CA) have…

Transitions – Spring 2011

Please join us in welcoming the following new NASJE members: Hon. Timothy J. Baland, Facilitator, Literature for Lifelong Learning, Battle Lake, MN Ms. Janice Calvi-Ruimerman Esq., Deputy Director, Continuing Education, Connecticut Center for Judicial Education, Hartford, CT Hon. Debra Heise,…

Judicial Balance

A publication of the Judicial Conference of Indiana, Judicial Balance includes stories and insights. Please visit for all the latest and archived issues of Judicial Balance. The March 2011 issue contains the following articles: A Call for Compassion Get…

SJI News

The March 2011 edition of the E-SJI News is now available on the SJI website. Key highlights: New SJI Board Members are Sworn In King County, WA Completes Review of Caseflow Management System New Mexico Finalizes Family Law Manual Securing…

Open to all regions: Western Region Webinar

Evidence-Based Sentencing Webinar, May 23, 2011, 11:00 PST. The National Center for State Courts has developed a new evidence‐based sentencing curriculum. The model curriculum is designed to help judges use evidence‐based sentencing strategies to decrease the number of repeat offenders and increase safety in their communities.

Judicial Use of Social Media

Can judges and court personnel have Facebook or MySpace pages? Make blog postings? Can they participate in listservs? The general answer to each of these questions is “yes,” but….

Juvenile Court Users’ Research and Technical Assistance Project

The Judicial Council of California – Administrative Office of the Courts is dedicated to improving the quality of justice and services to meet the diverse needs of children, youth, families, and self-represented litigants in the California courts. One of the projects created to help improve the quality of justice provided is the Juvenile Court Users’ Research and Technical Assistance Project.