Category: Member Minute

Meet Judge Kristi Harrington

Meet new NASJE member Judge Kristi Harrington. Q: What was your path to judicial education? A: As a new judge, I was required to go to the National Judicial College. After two weeks of General Jurisdiction, I realized the value of Judicial education. I was asked to help develop a web-based class for new judges and have been faculty ever since!

Meet NASJE Member Emily Brooks

Emily Brooks

Welcome to our newest NASJE member, a Judicial Resource and Outreach Coordinator at the Wisconsin Office of Judicial Education, Emily Brooks! 1. What was your path to judicial education? My path is a little interesting! I started off in K-12…

Meet NASJE Member Sarah Lee

The NASJE Membership and Mentorship Committee is excited to welcome one of our newest members, Ms. Sarah Lee! Sarah has recently moved from New York City to Reno, Nevada, and is handling the culture shock with grace. She was kind…

Member Minute: Lauren Nagata

Welcome to Lauren Nagata! 1. What was your path to judicial education? Judicial education is new to me as I have previously worked only in the private sector. Most recently, I worked as in-house legal for a startup accelerator program…

Member Minute: Morgan Patten

The Membership and Mentorship Committee would like to introduce one of NASJE’s newest members. Hailing from the great state of Ohio, we present Morgan Patten!

Member Minute: Shawn Marsh

Introducing NASJE Member Shawn Marsh. 1. What was your path to judicial education? Primarily my relationship and employment with the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges starting in 2003. Most recently I worked for them as the Chief…

Member Minute: Eydie Trautwein

1. What was your path to judicial education? I am an attorney and started working at the Wyoming Supreme Court in 2013. Originally, I was the Wyoming Court Improvement Program (CIP) director, but in November, 2016, my job morphed into…

Member Minute: Introducing Alan Sparrow

The NASJE Membership Committee is pleased to introduce one of NASJE’s newest members: Alan Sparrow! Alan hails from the great state of Arizona, where he is an Education Specialist in the Education Technologies Unit. He was a good sport, and gamely answered some of the committee’s “Get-To-Know-You” questions.