Category: 2018 Conference – Austin

Documentary film producer and director to join NASJE conference

Tomlinson Hill Movie

The documentary film Tomlinson Hill is the story of white and black America as seen through the small Texas town of Marlin located about 100 miles from Austin. The film takes its name from a former Texas slave plantation that was once located in this region. It is also the last name of two descendants from Tomlinson Hill—one black, Loreane Tomlinson, and one white, Chris Tomlinson. Both are featured in the film. In fact, Chris Tomlinson is the film’s producer. The film was directed by Lisa Kaselak.

Conflict Resolution Expert to Address NASJE Conference

Kimberly Key

If there is any concept that judicial educators can understand, it is the idea of power inequity. We spend much of our time trying to influence powerful people over whom we have very little authority. However, that does not relieve us of responsibility for succeeding in our efforts. Austin counselor Kimberly Key will address the matter of power inequity in her plenary presentation to NASJE.

NASJE 2018 Conference Registration Now Open!

Howdy y’all! Registration is now open for NASJE’s Annual Conference, which will be held in Austin, Texas, on August 26-29, 2018. The 2018 Conference’s theme is “Developing Educational Leaders for Today’s Courts and Beyond”. We are excited to offer courses…

2018 NASJE Annual Conference

Austin

Join us for NASJE’s 2018 Conference! Polish up your cowboy boots, dust off your 10-gallon hats, and reserve August 26-29, 2018, for a Lone Star State welcome to NASJE’s 2018 Annual Conference to be held in exciting downtown Austin, Texas.…