by Justin Story, The Daily News, Bowling Green (KY) — originally published December 2, 2010 Only one county has seen more of its court cases require the assistance of a court interpreter than Warren County, according to the person who…
by Hon Karl B. Grube, Senior Judge, St. Petersburg, Florida September and October were bountiful months for traffic law-related judicial education in Arkansas. The first brought over 100 Arkansas District Court Judges to Hot Springs for a 2 ½ day…
Let NCJFCJ fund a comprehensive training for your state on the topic of How to Handle the Intricacies of Juvenile & Family Law Cases. Funding can cover the costs of faculty, staff, and program materials. NCJFCJ will work with your…
The January 2011 edition of the E-SJI News is now available on the SJI website. Key highlights: Board Approves Grants for 1st Quarter Senate Confirms Three New Board Members New Mexico Interpreter and Language Access Partnership
This issue is really special. Not only will it give you some great articles to read, but we are testing a new format.
NASJE is alive and well and membership is increasing!
News from the State Justice Institute.
Mark your calendar for March 2-3, 2011, and join us in San Francisco.
Please join us in welcoming new NASJE members.
Emerging Technologies and the Future of Law: Application to Judicial Education