A highly anticipated session at NASJE’s upcoming annual conference in Vermont is a plenary session built around the award-winning documentary God Knows Where I Am, a film that personalizes the intersection of the criminal justice system and mental illness. In advance of its theatrical release, conference attendees will have an opportunity to view the documentary and discuss its relevance to judicial branch educators.
In his high-energy closing plenary session at NASJE’s 2015 annual conference, Dr. John Medina did a terrific job of informing and involving attendees. He vividly demonstrated how to apply research on learning and memory to judicial branch education. The “brain rules” he shared are worth revisiting, so this article will touch back on them and direct you where to go for more.
By Philip J. Schopick, CCM | Program Manager, Judicial College | Supreme Court of Ohio Fewer things are more satisfying than seeing teaching done right. The faculty development program taught at NASJE’s 39th annual conference in Seattle truly fit the…
With just 5% of the world’s population, the United States has 25% of the world’s prisoners. Incarceration rates have risen 500% in the last 40 years. The United States currently incarcerates 2.3 million people, 40% of whom are African-American males. African-Americans make up just 13.2% of the U.S. population.
NASJE Conference Session on Monday, October 5, 2015 Article by Rob Godfrey (UT) This session covered different ways that the judicial education departments from three different states have gone about creating leadership programs within their education systems. First, Jeff Schrade,…
Registration forms — both online and mail-in — and the current session schedule and descriptions are now available. See you in Seattle!
Dr. William Meinecke and Mr. Marcus Appelbaum of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum presented a thought provoking session on Nazi history as it applied to Germany’s judicial system before and during WWII.
On Sunday, August 2, 2014, a handful of eager judicial educators and several judges attended the day-long preconference session The Fundamentals of Our Profession. Most participants were newer to the field and/or this was their first time attending the annual National Association of State Judicial Educators Conference (NASJE), while a few were experienced and were attending the preconference session as a refresher.
The protection of due process rights is at the essence of every job in the courts and staff at every level needs to be aware this fundamental right.
The following pre-conference sessions have been scheduled for Sunday, August 3, 2014: Fundamentals of our Profession, A seat at the table: positioning Judicial Branch Education for success within the branch, Forum for State Directors of Judicial Branch Education.
Save the date! The 2014 NASJE Annual Conference will be held in Chicago, Illinois, August 3-6, 2014. Conference topics will include: the Fundamentals course; NASJE Curriculum Designs; Diversity Education; Leadership & Court Staff Development; Experiential Learning: Exploring Chicago’s Social Movement History; and more.