News Archive

Summer 2010 Volume 25 Number 3
SJI News
Longtime Indiana Judicial Center Education Director Retires
Transitions
Traffic Injury Research Foundation Update
From the Editor
From the President: Celebrate 35 Years!
Southeast Regional News
Cutting Edge: Felonious Funk and the Solution by Carol Paisley
Armchair Musings on Future Trends in Judicial Education by Hon. Robert Pirraglia
Cutting Edge: Jiggling Synapses — Constructing Learning in the Brains of Mature Learners by Daphne A. Burns
Trauma and Delinquency: Ten Critical Points by Kristine Buffington, MSW, Carly B. Dierkhising, MA, and Shawn C. Marsh, Ph.D.
BALANCE: Lessons for Law and Life (Judicial Conference of Indiana)
Thiagi GameLetter
Blast from the Past: “Judicial Educators: Three Different Worlds”
Manager’s Briefcase: Kentucky Circuit Court Judicial Perceptions of Efficiency and Culture (Research Brief) by Julia Hylton Adams, JD, Deborah Williamson, PhD, and Adam K. Matz, MS

Spring 2010 Volume 25 Number 2
NASJE Curriculum Committee Formed
“Hidden Injustice”: A Report by The Equity Project
Grant-Funded Courses – May 2010
NASJE’s First Virtual Web Conference a Success
Office of Justice Programs Launches Grants 101
From the President
Southeast Regional News
Seeing Around the Corner: Capitalizing Upon Contemporary Court Crises by Thomas Langhorne
Diversity Affects All Our Courts by Crystal L. Banks, Esq.
Book Review: Lawyers in Your Living Room! Law on Television by Kelly Tait
BALANCE: Lessons for Law and Life (Judicial Conference of Indiana)
Thiagi Game Letter

Winter 2010 Volume 25 Number 1
SJI News
November NASJE Board Conference Call Minutes
Kyrgyzstan Delegates Visit Nevada Supreme Court
National Conference on Juvenile and Family Law to be Held in Las Vegas in March
Regional News
From the President
Judicial Ethics and the Same Sex Marriage Debate by Hon. Bob Pirraglia
Courts Catalyzing Change: Tools to Reduce Disproportionality and Disparate Treatment of Children and Families of Color by Tracy Cooper and Paula Campbell
An Abundance of Information is Just a Click Away: The Statistical Briefing Book is Available Online by Melissa Sickmund, PhD
10 Things You Should Know About Attending an International Judicial Education Meeting by W. Milt Nuzum, Director, Supreme Court of Ohio Judicial College
BALANCE: Lessons for Law and Life (Judicial Conference of Indiana)
Thiagi Game Letter

Fall 2009 Volume 24 Number 4
In Memory of Kenneth Miller
Nevada Supreme Court Gets Visit from Italian Judge
SJI News
Transitions
From the President
CUTTING EDGE: The National Academy of Sciences and Judicial Education in Scientific Evidence by Daphne A. Burns
Judicial Balance: Lessons for Law and Life by Judicial Conference of Indiana
Thiagi Newsletter
BLAST FROM THE PAST: Humanities & the Professions by Sanford M. Lottor
Conference Review
• Photos from the 2009 NASJE Conference
• Vision 2000-3000: Judicial Education in the New Millennium by Jo Deyo
• Learning Activity Lottery
• Decision Making and the Biased Brain by Kelly Tait
• The Empirical Psychology of Decision Making: The Brain and the Unseen Components of Bias by Crystal L. Banks
• What’s in Store for American Grammar? by Jo Deyo
• NASJE Regional Reports
• Race: The Power of an Illusion by Kelly Tait
• Educating on Elder Care
• Tips on Grant Writing
• How to Educate the Intergenerational Workforce
• Cultural Competency in Judicial Education
• Roundtable Discussion: Best Practices in Online Learning
• Roundtable Discussion: Program Assessment / Impact Evaluation
• How to Educate on the Theory & Mechanics of Performance Measures
• Younger Next Year

Summer 2009 Volume 24 Number 3
SJI News
New Ethics Courses for Judges
Transitions
From the President
From the Editor
Defending Live Judicial Education by Gordon Zimmerman, Ph.D.
Ensuring Educational Success During Economic Distress by Erica Austion, J.D.
No-Cost or Low-Cost Technology: Making Technology Work for You: Webmeetings with Dimdim Free by Sandra Ratcliff Daffrom, EdD, and Edward Webster, MEd
Kentucky Circuit Judges Utilize NASJE Standards to Instruct Peers at Fall College by Hon. Julia Hylton Adams
Brains and Biases – Yesterday and Today by Charles B. Schudson
Got Bias? by Shawn C. Marsh, Ph.D.
BLAST FROM THE PAST: Hotels: Nuts, Bolts, and Money (1989) by Scott C. Smith
BALANCE: Lessons for Law and Life (Judicial Conference of Indiana)
Thiagi Game Letter

Spring 2009 Volume 24 Number 2
SJI News
CJEG Update
NCJRS News
Future Advisory Committee Conducts Survey
Thiagi’s Summer Workshops in Switzerland
NCJFCJ Update
Transitions
From the President
Canada’s National Judicial Institute: The Design, Development, and Delivery of a Signature NJI Course — Preventing Wrongful Convictions by T. Brettel Dawson and Natalie Salat
CUTTING EDGE: Cross-Discipline Training or “How to Herd Wary Adversaries” by Daphne A. Burns
Judicial Balance – Lessons for Law and Life (Judicial Conference of Indiana)
Thiagi Game Letter
BLAST FROM THE PAST: Strategic Management in the Courts (1992) by David A. Price, Ph.D.
Manager’s Briefcase: Court Administrators Use Kolb Model to Teach Meaningful Leadership Skills by Rod Olson

Winter 2009 Volume 24 Number 1
NCJRS News
SJI News
Future Trends in State Courts
IOJT Conference Coming Up
Transitions
From the President
New Resource on Continuity of Operations for Courts by Pam Casey
Neighboring States Partner to Provide Education for Mid-level Court Managers by Lee Ann Barnhardt
Cutting Edge: Webcasts, Webinars, and Other Web-based Judicial Education Courses by Daphne A. Burns, Esq.
Utah Judicial Institute Director Provides First Ever Faculty Development Training in Kosovo by Mary Aguirre-Shahin, Esq.
New Sentencing Issues Resources (NCSC)
Judicial Balance – Lessons for Law and Life (Judicial Conference of Indiana)
Now Showing: Movies in Judicial Branch Education Sessions by Kelly Tait
Thiagi GameLetter
GET IT WRITE – Possessives vs. Attributive Nouns by Nancy L. Tuten, PhD, and Gayle R. Swanson, PhD
GET IT WRITE – Signing Your Holiday Greetings by Nancy L. Tuten, PhD, and Gayle R. Swanson, PhD
GET IT WRITE – Capitalization: Proper vs. Common Nouns and Adjectives by Nancy L. Tuten, PhD, and Gayle R. Swanson, PhD
BLAST FROM THE PAST: Six Questions for Every State Judicial Educator (1989) by Sam Van Pelt
Manager’s Briefcase: Hey, What’s New in Managing Change? Part 1 of 2 by Dr. Rob Snyder

Fall 2008 Volume 23 Number 4
Memorial Service for Paul M. Li, First Director of CJER
Judicial Balance: Lessons for Law and Life
New Resource on Continuity of Operations for Courts
SJI News
Transitions
From the President
Picture this: Strategies for communicating data to decision makers by Carol L. Weaver and Diane Converse
Does Transformational Learning have a place in judicial education? by Patricia A. Lawler, Ed.D
Evaluating Judicial Education and Judicial Education Organizations: A Practical Guide for Measuring Courts’ Performance by Thomas Nelson Langhorne, Esquire
Court Security: A New Frontier For Judicial Educators by Hon. Lee Sinclair
Thiagi Newsletter
GET IT WRITE: To Split or Not to Split Infinitives? by Nancy L. Tuten, PhD, and Gayle R. Swanson, PhD
GET IT WRITE: Using the Verb Include to Preface a List by Nancy L. Tuten, PhD, and Gayle R. Swanson, PhD
Conference Review
• Working the Planning Table for Judicial Education by Lee Ann Barnhardt
• Education as a Strategic Leadership Tool by Lee Ann Barnhardt
• Plenary Session by Melody Luetkehans
• Live and Let Live? A Facilitated Discussion of the Film The Laramie Project by Kelly Tait
• The Role of Judicial Educators Assisting Foreign Language Interpreters by Cheryl Lyngar
• Model Curriculum Demonstration: Offering a Successful Self-Represented Litigant Program by Lee Ann Barnhardt
• Experiential Education in Action by Kelly Tait
• Model Curriculum Demonstration II: Office for Victims of Crime, JEP Module Curriculum by Cheryl Lyngar
• Continuing the Dialogue by Michael Roosevelt
• Technology as a Learning Tool by Joseph Sawyer
• The Interrelationship of Professional and Personal Growth by Lee Ann Barnhardt

Summer 2008 Volume 23 Number 3
SJI News
Transitions
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Update
From the President
From the President-Elect
From the Editor
Judicial Tools to Improve Court Practice in Child Support by NCJFCJ
Circuit Judges’ Education Academy: Theory, Technique and Technology for the Kentucky Court of Justice by Dr. Deborah Williamson, Judge Julia Hylton Adams, Dr. Sandra Ratcliff Daffron
Fostering Public Trust through Judicial Opinion Writing by Nancy A. Wanderer
The Joint Century Council-NASJE Hardcore Drunk Driver Judicial Guide Project: Putting the Brakes on Repeat DUI and High BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) Offenders by Thomas N. Langhorne, Esq.
Thiagi Newsletter
New Research into Fairness in Administrative Hearings by Christopher B. McNeil, J.D., Ph.D.
Judges Newsletter by Indiana Judicial Center
Blast From The Past: The Conference on Court Technology (1988) by Susan M. Trippi
Alternatives to Incarceration by Christopher Cecil, MSW
Manager’s Briefcase: The Best Boss by Wendy L. Werner

Spring 2008 Volume 23 Number 2
The International Organization for Judicial Training
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Update
SJI News
Transitions
From the President
Guide for Continuity of Operations by Pam Casey
Challenges for Judicial Branch Educators by Ellen Marshall
Lessons From and For Experts by Kelly Tait
Thiagi Newsletter
Being White Most of My Life: Pondering NASJE’s Commitment to Diversity by Thomas Nelson Langhorne
It’s a Small World, After All – Part 2 by Ellen Marshall
Blast from the Past: Humanities & the Professions by Sanford M. Lottor
Manager’s Briefcase: Stuck in the Details by Laurie Ginn

Winter 2008 Volume 23 Number 1
NIJ Report Available
2006 Measuring Effectiveness Report to Congress Available
SJI News
Transitions
From the President
One Size Doesn’t Fit All: A Guide for Assigning Divorced Families to Appropriate Programs by Pauline Roberts and Joe H. Brown
Using a Responder System by William Brunson
Thiagi Newsletter
The Diversity of Diversity by Polly Schnaper
Blast from the Past: How to Get Your Teaching Staff to Stop Teaching (1985) by Raymond Crapo
Manager’s Briefcase: Book Summary: The Carrot Principle by Laurie Ginn

Fall 2007 Volume 22 Number 4
SJI News (September 2007)
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
OJJDP News @ a Glance July/August 2007
Regional Meeting Notes
Transitions
From the President
Risk and Domestic Violence by Dr. Neil Websdale
Building a Community Based Mental Health Court Program by Hon. Stephen S. Goss
A Technologically Gifted Court by William Brunson
Procedural Fairness: A Key Ingredient in Public Satisfaction by Judge Kevin Burke and Judge Steve Leben
Thiagi Newsletter
Inside the Mind of the Judge – Part VI: How Appellate Judges Decide Cases by Judge David M. Gersten
Education Services Department, Office of the Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia by Caroline Kirkpatrick
It’s a Small World, After All by Ellen Marshall
Manager’s Briefcase: A Report on Judicial Education Staffing and CLE across the Country by Laurie Ginn
Post-Conference Recap
• Opening Plenary: Chief Justice De Muniz by Lee Ann Barnhardt
• Babel-On: Film Discussion by Kelly Tait
• Developing The Leader In You by Liz Strong
• Distance Learning: Design Considerations for Online Learning by Merry Hofford
• Homeless Courts: A Model for Problem-Solving Courts by Kelly Tait
• Experiential Learning in Action: The Level Playing Field by Kathy Story, J.D. and Crystal L. Banks, Esq.
• Core Competency: Site Selections by Lee Ann Barnhardt
• May the Force Be with You: Power and Rank Dynamics by Kelly Tait
• Appreciative Inquiry by Lee Ann Barnhardt
• Sustaining Your Momentum: Closing Plenary by Lee Ann Barnhardt

Summer 2007 Volume 22 Number 3
SJI News (July 2007)
Hawthorn Institute Call for Presenters & Save the Date
The Western Regional Conference by Polly Schnaper
Transitions
Greetings from the NCJRS!
From the President
From the Editor
Defining a “Win” in a Mental Health Court Program by Hon. Stephen S. Goss
The Aging of America, the Rise of Elder Abuse and Its Impact on Judicial Education by Denise O. Dancy and Brenda K. Uekert
Strategies for Effective Professional Development: Hot Tips on Teaching Adults by Denise Dallmer, Ph.D.
Ethics Issues in Judicial Education by William Melone
Thiagi Newsletter
Book Review: Death by Meeting by Lee Ann Barnhardt

Spring 2007 Volume 22 Number 2
Conference at University of Memphis
From the President
Transitions
A Mental Health Court Judge’s Perspective: WIIFM (“What’s in it for me”)? by Hon. Stephen S. Goss
Graduated Sanctions: An Effective Approach in Helping Juvenile Offenders Receive Appropriate Programs and Services by David Gamble, NCJFCJ
Overcoming Barriers to Distance Learning by Lee Ann Barnhardt
The Problem-Solving Justice Toolkit
The Value of a Mentor for New Judges by Josephine Deyo
Thiagi Newsletter
Human Trafficking: A New Problem for State Courts by Gretchen Hunt
Inside the Mind of the Judge: Part V – How Trial Judges Decide Cases by Judge David M. Gersten
Is it Time for a Change? by Marguerite Stenquist
Manager’s Briefcase: Improving Your “E” IQ: Simple Tips for Netiquette by Jennifer Rains, Esq.

Winter 2007 Volume 22 Number 1
Free Offer from the American Bankruptcy Institute
SJI News
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Releases New Drug Abuse Treatment Recommendations to Cut Costs, Save Money and Reduce Crime
Transitions
OJJDP Fact Sheets Feature Juvenile Court Statistics
From the President
Juvenile Offenders and Victims: 2006 National Report – An Essential Resource for All Juvenile Justice Practitioners by David Gamble
Teaching the Teachers: Public Outreach through Adult Education by Lee Ann Barnhardt
An Educator’s Entreaty for Threat Management in State Courts by Lois Wright
Electronic Education by Lee Ann Barnhardt
Thiagi Newsletter
Utah Judicial Institute, at the Utah Administrative Office of the Courts by Diane Cowdrey, Ed.D
Meet the Indiana Judicial Center by Anne Jordan
NASJE Conference 2007
Blast from the Past: Judicial Education in the Year 2001 by Suzanne G. Keith, Judith M. Anderson. Lawrence B. Stone, Karen Waldrop
Manager’s Briefcase: Managing Without a Carrot or a Stick by William Ginn, Esq.

Fall 2006 Volume 21 Number 4
SJI News
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) News
CJEG Greetings from NCJRS
Human Trafficking Update
Transitions
From the President
Photos from the 2006 NASJE Conference
Around the Circle: Toward an Adult Learning Model with Increased Cultural Relevance by Kelly Tait
Recommendations for Reducing the Numbers of Delinquent Minority Youth in the Juvenile Justice System by David Gamble, NCJFCJ
Preparing New Judges for the Bench by Maureen E. Conner & Catharine M. White
Curriculum Builder Report by Lee Ann Barnhardt
Five Reasons Why Judges Should Become More Involved in Establishing, Leading, and Participating on Collaborative, Policy-Focused Teams
Thiagi Newsletter, July – October
Post Conference Recap
• You Don’t Know Me by Lee Ann Barnhardt
• Western Regional Meeting – August 13, 2006
• Equal Access Education: “Accessible Meetings and Conferences” by Kelly Tait
• CourTools Session Summary by Lee Ann Barnhardt
• Beyond Brokeback Mountain: Developing Sexual Orientation Training and Education Programs by Kelly Tait
• Literature and the Law: Power versus principle: the great conflict by Laurie Ginn
• HIGH IMPACT: Talking about Crash by Kelly Tait
• Grammar: Get it Write and Common Mistakes in English Usage
• Emerging Court Trends by Denise Dancy
• How to Instruct Faculty on Presenting/Incorporating Difficult Topics by Laurie Ginn
• Social Cognition: Solutions for Unintended Bias by Kathleen Sikora
• Cultural Competence: A Simulation by Michael Roosevelt
• Transfer of Learning: Maximizing the Context by Dr. Sandy Daffron
• Plenary session: Stress and Wellness

Summer 2006 Volume 21 Number 3
Highlights from Issues and Trends: Judicial Branch Education Challenges and Opportunies by Cathy White
SJI News by Steve Linsky
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Newsletter
NIJ Update
Transitions
From the President by Liz Strong
From the Editor by Phil Schopick
Skillful Design: Choosing Instructional Methods by Carol L. Weaver
The Effects of Court-Based Intervention Programs on Juvenile Domestic and Family Violence by Brenda K. Uekert, with Inger Sagatun-Edwards, Ann Crowe, Tracy Peters, and Fred Cheesman
New Juvenile Offenders and Victims Report Available (reprinted from the NCJFCJ website)
New Judge Training in California by Jo Deyo
Inside the Mind of the Judge, Part 4 — The Ideal Jurist or the Curmudgeon by Hon. David Gersten
Thiagi Newsletter – May
Thiagi Newsletter – June
Acting with Impunity: A Three-Part Series on Peacekeepers’ Involvement in Trafficking in Women in Bosnia and Herzegovina — Part III: Gender Perspective and Trafficking by Pauline White
The Challenge of Educating the Court on Intimate Partner Violence: Research as a Tool for Judicial Educators by Carol E. Jordan
Workplace Writing for the Dot-Com Reader by Marguerite Stenquist
What to Do in the Twin Cities during the NASJE Conference
Manager’s Briefcase: Giving and Receiving Feedback – Part 8 by Pamela Lizardi, M.Ed.

Spring 2006 Volume 21 Number 2
JERITT Is Still Alive by Catharine M. White
SJI Update by Steve Linsky
Transitions
From the President by Liz Strong
NASJE Southeast Region Meeting Minutes
Imagine … A Collaborative Approach To Divorce by Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW
Strategies to Expand the Problem-Solving Court Approach by Pamela Casey
A Few Family Court Shortcuts by E. Hunter Hurst IV
A Good Match–NASJE’s Mentor Program by Kathleen Sikora
Thiagi Newsletter – February
Thiagi Newsletter – April
Acting with Impunity: A Three-Part Series on Peacekeepers’ Involvement in Trafficking in Women in Bosnia and Herzegovina — Part II: Focus on Trafficking in Bosnia and Herzegovina by Pauline White
Inside the Mind of the Judge, Part 3 — The Acquisition of Wisdom: The “Sophomore” Judge to the “Decade” Judge by Hon. David Gersten
Book review: Turning to One Another: Simple Conversations to Restore Hope to the Future by Marguerite Stenquist
Manager’s Briefcase: Giving and Receiving Feedback – Part 6 by Pamela Lizardi, M.Ed.

Winter 2006 Volume 21 Number 1
The Future of JERITT: Living the Change by Maureen E. Conner
Transitions
From the President by Liz Strong
Designing on a Dime by Barbara Sweet
Implementing Adult Education Theory in Law School by John H. Reese and Tania H. Reese
Family Law: Child Support Dockets Benefit from Using Problem-Solving Court Principles by Joy Ashton
Problem-Solving Courts: Is the General Public Buying-In? by David B. Rottman and Chantal G. Bromage
Answering the Call to International Work by Ellen Marshall
Thiagi Newsletter – January 2006
Acting with Impunity: A Three-Part Series on Peacekeepers’ Involvement in Trafficking in Women in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Part 1 of 3) by Pauline White
Stop Setting Goals…Now! by Marguerite Stenquist
Inside the Minds of Judges Part II: The New Judge by Hon. David M. Gersten
Manager’s Briefcase: Giving and Receiving Feedback – Part 4 by Pamela Lizardi, M.Ed.
Manager’s Briefcase: Building and Implementing an Effective Court Performance Measurement System by Ingo Keilitz

Fall 2005 Volume 20 Number 4
SJI Contact Information
Changes in Washington and Arizona
Improving the DWI System by Paul Biderman
Karen Thorson Receives Award
The Board and NASJE Thank Dave Tevelin
Presidential Award Recipients
From the President by Liz Strong
Thiagi Newsletter
Facilitating Adult Learning DVD
Conference Recap
Welcoming Remarks
Judicial Branch Education by Hon. Scott Brownell
Observations on the Role of the Judicial Educator by Henry “Skip” White
Which Level of Evaluation is Right for You?
Experiential Learning by Carrie A. Brooks
Experiential Learning in the Garden by Jennifer Rains Schoenfeldt
Where We Were, Where We Are & Where We’re Going by Rita G. Culbertson
Making the Most of Teachable Moments by Robin E. Wosje
How to Host and Provide Learning Experiences for International Visitors by Robin E. Wosje
Regional Reports
Inside the Minds of Judges by Judge David M. Gersten
Courts Under Attack by Judge (ret.) Bob Pirragalia
Manager’s Briefcase: Giving and Receiving Feedback – Part 3 by Pamela Lizardi, M.Ed.

Summer 2005 Volume 20 Number 3
Teaching Judging in Law School, Part 4 by Paul Biderman
Transitions
Greetings from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service! by Jennifer Buttrey
DOJ Update
Mentoring Available by Kathleen Sikora
From the President by William Brunson
From the Editor by Phil Schopick
Assessing and Fulfilling the Special Education Needs of Traffic Court Judges by Judge Karl Grube
Judicial Responses to Batterers: Effective Court Sanctions by Judge David M. Gersten
Benefits of Judicial Branch Education by Diane E. Cowdrey, Ed.D.
Parenting Wisely by Joey Binard
Meeting Technology – Where Do We Get Our Information? Part 2 by Jo Dale Bearden
Thiagi Newsletter
Voices from the Past: Tips on Flipping — Flipcharts
Manager’s Briefcase: Giving and Receiving Feedback by Pamela Lizardi, M.Ed.

Spring 2005 Volume 20 Number 2
Teaching Judging in Law Schools Part III By Paul Biderman
SJI Update
American Judicature Society Earns SJI’s Howell Heflin Award
SJI Scholarships Available
Judicial Branch Education Technical Assistance Grants Available from SJI
SJI Seeks Nominees for the Florence K. Murray Award
A Biographer’s Biography: Jim Toner
From the President
From the Editor By Phil Schopick
Letters to the Editor
Domestic Relations Litigation By Justice Maura D. Corrigan, Michigan Supreme Court
Domestic Violence Batterer Does One Battery A Batterer Make? By Judge David M. Gersten
DWI Courts: Strategies for Addressing the DWI Offender by C. West Huddleston and Robin Wosje
Meeting technology – Where do we get our information? Part 1 By Jo Dale Bearden
There is a Free Lunch: The Emergence of Open Source Course Management Systems by Eddie Davis, Ed.D.
Thiagi Newsletter
FastRead© The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness by Marguerite Stenquist
Blast from the Past: Guidelines for Judicial Program Written Materials (Fall 1994)
Giving Feedback By Martha V. Kilbourn

Winter 2005 Volume 20 Number 1
Teaching Judging in Law School Part II by Paul Biderman
Transitions
President’s Column by William Brunson
Judicial education goes to the movies by Hon. Peggy Fulton Hora
Use of Film Clips for Educational Purposes By Robin E. Wosje
Transcendental Technology for Judicial Branch Educators By Ellen Marshall
Judicial Training in the Handling of Death Penalty Cases by Richard D. Reaves, Esq.
Will distance learning be an option for me? By Ray Foster
Voices from the Past – Spring 1991 How do you control speakers who go beyond the established time limits?
“Pushing a Rope: Maneuvering through an Instructional Session” This month’s topic: “Strategic Course Planning” by Meggin McIntosh, PhD
Domestic Violence and Gun Ownership: Protection Orders or Criminal Convictions = No Guns by Judge David M. Gersten
Coordinating Technology for Off-Site Training by Jo Dale Bearden
Developing a Performance Plan

Fall 2004 Volume 19 Number 4
MSU Extends Academic Credit for Your In-State and National Court Administration Programs by Maureen E. Conner
NASJE Strategic Plan Priorities and Implementation by William Brunson
Teaching Judging in Law Schools by Paul Biderman
SJI Update: The Solutions Project
SJI Seeks Executive Director
Transitions
Regional Reports by Philip Gould, Mary O’Connor, Kathleen Gross, Diane Cowdrey
From the President by William Brunson
From the Editor by Phil Schopick
Pushing a Rope: Maneuvering through an Instructional Session by Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D.
Examining Drug Courts by C. West Huddleston, III
The Sky (Is)(Is Not) Falling: Crawford v. Washington and the New Law of Confrontational Hearsay by W. Dennis Duggan, F.C.J.
The National CASA Association and the NCJFCJ Partner in Educating Judges and Child Advocates by Hon. J. Dean Lewis
Conference Recap
The Guide on the Side: The Art and Craft of Group Facilitation presentation and summary by Kelly Tait
Changing the Culture of the Courts To Support Innovation presentation and summary by Chuck Claxton
Ethics for State Judicial Educators presentation by Susan Leseman and Blan Teagle, summary by Kathleen Gross
The Business of the Courts & Probation: A “How To” Model for Judicial Staff Education by Tammy L. Quinn, Human Resources
The Art of Customer Service through the Looking Glass presentation by Mollie Croisan, summary by Joy Ashton
Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator for Leadership presentation by Martha Martin, John Meeks, and Phil Schopick, summary by Kathleen Gross
The Importance of Stress Management presentation by Hon. Adam Fisher, summary by Mary O’Connor
Finding Your Way in the Maze of Change presentation and summary by Liz Strong
Using Technology in Delivering Education by Ray Foster
Thiagi Newsletter
Workplace Writing for the Dot-Com Reader: Ready, Aim, Write, Revise by Marguerite Stenquist
Icebreakers: Tools for Creating a Comfortable Learning Climate by Maureen Lally
Manager’s Briefcase: Interviewing by Martha Kilbourn

Summer 2004 Volume 19 Number 3
NHTSA Update
Transitions
From the Editor
Thiagi’s Games for Judicial Educators Best Summaries Game
Getting Started As An International Judicial Educator- A Practical Primer By Thomas Nelson Langhorne, Esq.
The Collaborative Divorce Project: Summary Highlights from the Final Report by Marsha Kline Pruett, Ph.D., M.S.L.
Summary Highlights from the Collaborative Divorce Project by Marsha Kline Pruett
East Meets West: The Supreme Court Addresses Relocation By Hon. Thomas P. Zampino
So You’ve Been Selected! 6 Tips for Conference Presenters
Understanding FLSA for Managers By Jim Nelson and William Brunson

Spring 2004 Volume 19 Number 2
SJI Scholarships Available
SJI “Hot Products” Available on the Web
Judicial Branch Education Technical Assistance Grants Available from SJI
International Update
Transitions: New Members
From the Editor
Readiness for Justice in Courts: The Role of Judicial Education, Part III by Patricia H. Murrell
THIAGI Games for Judicial Educators
Develop Blended Learning Experiences Using JERITT By Maureen E. Conner, Ph.D.
You Said It But Did They Get It? How To Check For Understanding By Sharon L. Bowman, MA
UpToParents.org—A New Approach in Divorce by Carole S. Streeter
Effective Techniques for Holding Domestic Violence Perpetrators Accountable By Judge Jeffrey Kremers
Is Your State Re-examining its Canons of Judicial Ethics? The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Recommends Modifications by Hon. Thomas Hornsby, ret.
Getting Judges Off the Bench and Into the Community — The NASJE Role By Judge Karl B. Grube
Disparity in the Criminal Justice System: Issues and Solutions By Mary Ann Aguirre, Esq.
Potential Uses for Wireless Technologies in Judicial Education By Jo Dale Bearden
10 Tips for Productive Meetings, Part II by Tracy Peterson Turner, Ph.D.
Make meetings active reviewed by Carol L. Weaver, Ph.D

Winter 2004 Volume 19 Number 1
SJI Board Approves Grants
Changes to SJI Scholarship and Judicial Branch Education Technical Assistance Grant Programs
National Center for State Courts President Roger Warren Announces He Will Resign in 2004
International Committee
Northeastern Region Update by Linda Ryea Richard
Western Region Update
President’s Column
From the Editor
Readiness for Justice in Courts: The Role of Judicial Education, Part II By Patricia H. Murrell
Brevity: News and Information About Juvenile Justice From Around the Country and on the Internet By Joey Binard
Judge Helps Bring a Village to Florida to Create Stability for Dependent Children By Elizabeth Kirwin
Enforcing Child Custody Orders Across Jurisdictional Lines by Darren Mitchell, National Center on Full Faith and Credit
Fast Read©: Generations at Work reviewed by Marguerite Stenquist
Judges and Courts Abroad: Different Systems, Similar Problems by Heike P. Gramckow, Ph.D.
Tech Corner: Technology in the Classroom Revisited by Jo Dale Dearden
Manager’s Briefcase: 10 Tips for Productive Meetings by Tracy Peterson Turner, Ph.D.
Agenda: Second International Conference on the Training of the Judiciary 10/31 – 11/3 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Fall 2003 Volume 18 Number 4
NHTSA Update by Debra Weinberg Supreme Court of Ohio Judicial College Columbus
Transitions
Midwest Region Meeting Notes
Western Region Meeting Notes
President’s Column: What a Great Conference! by Kenny Miller Texas Justice Court Training Center
From the Editor: A Vision Becomes Reality by Phil Schopick
Adult Ed: Designing Complex Curricula by Kathleen Sikora.
Adult Ed: Readiness for Justice in Courts: The Role of Judicial Education by Patricia H. Murrell
Family Courts: One Judge – One Family by Hon. Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson
Domestic and Family Violence: Full Faith and Credit for POs by Danielle G. Van Ess and Millicent Shaw Phipps National Center on Full Faith and Credit
Community of Practice is About Oneness by Maureen E. Conner
Fast Read©: Primal Leadership reviewed by Marguerite Stenquist
Tech Corner: List Servers by Jo Dale Bearden
Conference Recap: Teaching, Learning, and Thinking Outside the Box by Dr. Chuck Claxton
Conference Recap: How to Develop a Course by Dr. Maureen Connor and Kay Palmer
Conference Recap: Preventing Death by Lecture by Sharon L. Bowman, MA
Conference Recap: Developing Curricula for Challenging Topics by Kathleen Sikora and John Meeks
Conference Recap: Economics and Judicial Education Hon. Ken Kawaichi of California; National Judicial College President William Dressel; Chuck Eriksen, Director of ICM; NASJE President Tom Langhorne; and, Maureen Connor, Director of JERITT
Conference Recap: Leadership Principles in Collaborative Settings by Ms. Debra Koehler
Conference Recap: Situational Staffing – Getting What You Need from Committees by Karen Thorson
Manager’s Briefcase: Workplace Mediation by William Brunson

Summer 2003 Volume 18 Number 3
SJI Update by Kathy Schwartz
NHTSA Contract Update by Paul Biderman
Transitions
President’s Column by Thomas Nelson Langhorne
Volunteering and being involved by Phil Schopick
Adult Ed: Turning Listeners into Learners – New Presentation Strategies by Sharon L. Bowman, M.A.
Adult Ed: Literature and Film in Judicial Education by Hon. Terry P. Lewis Leon County Court, Tallahassee, Florida
Domestic and Family Violence: Judicial Leadership v. Canons of Ethics by Billie Lee Dunford-Jackson
Family Courts: Collaborative Law by Joy Ashton
Family Courts: Collaborative Divorce by Hon. W. Ross Foote
FastRead©: Book Summaries for Busy Managers by Marguerite Stenquist
From the Bench: The dog ate my course evaluation by Hon. William P. Williams
The NASJE Mentoring Program and You by Kay Palmer (Arkansas) and Liz Strong (Colorado)
Minority Affairs: Racial Profiling and Pretext Stops by Mary Ann Aguirre
Product Review: Impaired Driving Information Resources Product Review by Paul Biderman
Tech Corner: Websites – The Discussion Continues by Jo Dale Bearden
Manager’s Briefcase: 360-Degree Feedback: Are You Using This Tool in Your Court? by Brenda J. Wagenknecht-Ivey, Ph.D.

Spring 2003 Volume 18 Number 2
SJI Update by Tom Langhorne and Kathy Schwartz
NHTSA Contract Update by Paul Biderman
Transitions
President’s Report: Various Musings for Our Members by Thomas Nelson Langhorne
Times are Hard, but There’s Lots to Accomplish by Phil Schopick
Adult Education: Self-directed Learning in the Judicial Branch by Diane Cowdrey, EdD
Adult Education: Being of Service by Maureen Conner, PhD
Domestic and Family Violence: Vicarious Trauma in Judges by Peter Jaffe, PhD
Family Courts: Yes I Can Take Care of That for You by Joy Ashton
From the Bench: Confessions of a Judicial Education Junkie by Hon. William P. Williams
International: Recent Developments and a Report from the International Forum for Training of the Judiciary by Chuck Ericksen
Mentoring by Phil Schopick
Minority Affairs: Courage to Live by Mary Ann Aguirre
Tech Corner: Connecting People and Fostering Educational Growth Through Technology by Jo Dale Bearden
Manager’s Briefcase: Motivating Employees by William Brunson

Winter 2003 Volume 18 Number 1
Byrne Update by José Dimas
SJI Update
NHTSA Contract Update
Transitions
Greetings from Nigeria by Kevin Bowling
President’s Report: The State of NASJE by Thomas Nelson Langhorne
Distance Learning – No Longer a Stepchild by Phil Schopick
Resource Review by Carol L. Weaver, PhD
Impact Evaluation by Blan L. Teagle
Domestic Violence: Federal Firearm Provisions
From the Bench: Seminal Judicial Education by Hon. William P. Williams
International: ICJE Outreach by Richard D. Reaves, Executive Director, ICJE of Georgia
Manager’s Briefcase: Downsizing with Grace by Mindy Masias
Thorson Wins Award
Missouri Update by Linda R. Evans
California Update by Martha V. Kilbourn

Fall 2002 Volume 17 Number 4
NASJE Plenary Session: Justice as Seen through the Eyes of Others
President’s Column
Transitions
Editorial: Reorganizing the Website Newsletter by Phil Schopick
Helping EveryBODY to Increase Learning
Connecting Personal and Professional Growth to Create Our Future: Part 2
Doing Our Jobs Better: The Whole Brain Way
Follow up to Plenary: Kolb and Beyond
Effective Course Development
Stress: The Invisible Virus
Brain Bank: Content and Use of Faculty Development Handbooks
Brain Bank: Needs Assessment and Evaluation
Brain Bank: Exchange of Innovative Teaching Techniques
Judicial Education on Substance Abuse: Promoting and Expanding Judicial Awareness and Leadership
Getting Organized: Improving Personal Productivity
Hotel Contract Negotiations: Beyond the Room Rate
Strategies That Actually Work: Employee Performance Issues
Performance Appraisals, Effective Hiring, et al.
Low Maintenance Faculty: Dream or Reality?
Technology Brain Bank
Notes from the NASJE Technology Committee Brain Bank Session
Round Table Brain Banks/Best Practices: Surviving Budget Cuts
Round Table Brain Banks: Court Security
Annual Business Meeting
Regional Meetings & Reports

Summer 2002 Volume 17 Number 3
SJI Update by Billie Lee Jackson
NHTSA Contract Underway For DWI Website Development
President’s Column Paul Biderman
Transitions
Editorial: Renewing Our Effort to Revise NASJE’s Strategic Plan by Thomas N. Langhorne, III
Report of the Diversity Task Force
New Mexico ADR Project
New Principles and Standards of Judicial Branch Education
The National Tribal Judicial Center at The National Judicial College by Mitchell C. Wright
Manager’s Briefcase: Building a Balanced Court Performance Measurement System by Ingo Keilitz
NASJE Elections
Call for Links

Spring 2002 Volume 17 Number 2
NASJE Announces Major Collaborative Effort with the Century Council
President’s Column
Point/Counterpoint: Civil Liberties and Constitutional Law
NASJE Representatives Attend 2002 Assembly of Court Association Conference
New Mexico Launches Web Course on ADR
What’s New at NJC
Transitions
Distance Learning, WebEx Style by Krista Johns
Potential Funding Sources for State Judicial Education on Domestic Violence & Sidebar: How to Apply for Technical Assistance from the National Judicial Institute by Billie Lee Dunford-Jackson
Manager’s Briefcase – Motivation: What Do Employees Really Want? by Pamela Stepien
Doing What Counts, Counting What Matters by Ingo Keilitz
NASJE News Launches Consultants’ Page
Request for Nominations for NASJE Annual Elections
Doing Our Jobs Better!
Why Four Days Won’t Be Enough in Santa Fe

Winter 2002 Volume 17 Number 1
NASJE Announces Major Collaborative Effort with the Century Council
NASJE resolution supporting continued funding for SJI
Causes for Alarm and a Call to Action
President’s Column: SJI: So Much to Lose, So Much Worth Saving
Exploring New Horizons in the 2001 NASJE Western Regional Conference by William Brunson
NASJE Southeastern Region Activity Report
Western Region Update – Utah
Wisconsin Update
Transitions
New Mexico’s Virtual DWI Trial by Hon. Elaine Morris
Developing Reflective Judgment: CPE Imperative by Carol L. Weaver, Ph.D
Journal Writing Part Three: Getting Started – The Tools, the Place, the Time by Krista Johns
Knowledge Management in Brief by Krista Johns
Manager’s Briefcase: Why Do We Need Court Performance Standards? by Ingo Keilitz
Manager’s Briefcase: Staffing: The Recruitment, Selection, and Appointment of Court Staff by Theodore H. Curry II
Bylaws Revisions – Big Changes

Fall 2001 Volume 16 Number 4
Editorial: A New World’s Challenge for Judicial Branch Educators by Thomas Nelson Langhorne, III
President’s Column: Meeting the Challenge by Paul Biderman
NCSC’s Roger Warren Welcomes NASJE to Williamsburg
Keynote Address: 2001 – An Education Odyssey
Leadership Convocation
My First Time by Wendy Smith Deer
Teamwork in Judicial Branch Education by William Brunson
Grants & Judicial Branch Education a presentation made by Jeffrey Barlow at the 2001 NASJE Conference by B. Phyllis Whittiker
NASJE Futures Committee Presents — The Role of Judicial Branch Education in Court Reform by Blan Teagle
Substance Abuse Programs for Judicial Branch Education
Distance Learning Production Needs by William Brunson
An Ethics Guide for Judges and their Families
About Manager’s Briefcase
Manager’s Briefcase: The Manager’s Role by Yvonne Stedham
Transitions

Summer 2001 Volume 16 Number 3
2001: An Education Odyssey: An Overview of the NASJE Annual Conference August 22 – 26, 2001 by Christy Tull
NASJE Members Win Awards
Transitions
The Pakistan Judicial Reform Project by Livingstone Armytage
Web Site Gets Attention from British Commonwealth Judges
Product Reviews: An Ethics Guide for Judges & Their Families by William Brunson
Skills Development: New Models in Fairness Education: Social Cognition by Kathleen Sikora
Going Around the Circle Again ** by Krista Johns
Model Programs: From Bench to Bench: Whitehead Institute Leads the Way in Science Education by Marilyn Wellington

Spring 2001 Volume 16 Number 2
Opinion: How Judicial Educators Can Play a Role in Maintaining Public Confidence in the Courts by Thomas Nelson Langhorne, III
Editorial: What’s New in our Newsletter
President’s Column: After Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil: A Report from the NASJE Board Meeting in Savannah by Denise Kilwein
SJI Board Invites Applications for Judicial Education Projects by Kathy Schwartz
International Trip Reports
Where Are They Now?: Dennis Catlin By William Brunson
Journal Writing: An Online Mini-Workshop for Judicial Educators by Krista Johns
What People in Judicial Branch Education Are Writing About…
Stages of Professional Development by Harriet Bronwin Chillsworth, Ph.D.
NASJE Board Meeting Minutes
Competency Guidelines Study Committee Report

Winter 2001 Volume 16 Number 1
Curriculum Development: A Step-By-Step Model by Karen Thorson
President’s Column: A New Beginning by Denise Kilwein
Should NASJE Extend Voting Privileges to All Dues-Paying Members? Opinions Pro and Con
State and National Programs Awarded SJI Education Funds by Kathy Schwartz
NASJE Representatives Attend COSCA Midyear Meeting in Phoenix
Reno Consortium Offers New Judicial Studies Degree
Survey Details Growing Use of Online Educational Programming
Transitions
Where Are They Now? June Cicero: Judge, Consultant, Grandma by William Brunson
Getting Started with this “Distance Education” Thing or “It depends on what the meaning of ‘I.S.’ is” by Thomas N. Langhorne, III
Preparing a National Speaker for a Local Presentation by Robert Lowney
Journal Writing: An Online Mini-Workshop for Judicial Educators by Krista Johns and Verita Black Prothro
Programs to Help Your Judges by Hon. Robert K. Pirraglia
ICM Distance Learning Center Enlarges Its Offerings by Marilyn Wellington
National Center Publication Focuses on Appellate Court Staff
Connecting Personal and Professional Growth to Create Our Future: NASJE Keynote by Blan Teagle
Reflections on a “Non-Traditional” Conference Session by Sherry Carson
Report to NASJE on COSCA Midyear Meeting by Paul Biderman
Making New Friends for NASJE by Cathy Lowe

Fall 2000 Volume 15 Number 4
SJI Acts on Requests for Judicial Education Funds
Transitions
Editorial: Extending Ourselves
NASJE Knows: Needs Assessment
President’s Column: A Heartfelt Thank You by Franny Haney
District of Columbia: Business Process Re-Engineering
Western Region Conference Initiates Annual Tradition by Martha Kilbourn, NASJE Western Regional Director
Developing JEB Distance Learning Capacities by Thomas N. Langhorne, III
Web Sites ICM: Changing Paradigms
Books Discussion in the Classroom by Carol Weaver

Summer/Fall 2000 Volume 15 Number 3
Where Are They Now?
Transitions
Content Is King by Paul Biderman
Content and Environment: The “Nature” and “Nurture” of Education by Krista Johns
President’s Column by Franny Haney
Program Reports: Ideas and Developments from Judicial Educators
New Judges’ Curriculum Profile: Virginia’s Pre-Bench Orientation Program by Tom Langhorne
Learning Outside the Classroom: Natural Learning by Krista Johns
Learning Outside the Classroom: Technology Tools For Learning Outside The Classroom by Michael Pack
AJS Curriculum: Communicating with Voters: Ethics and Judicial Campaign Speech

Start of NASJE News on the Internet – April 2000

Spring 2000 Volume 15 Number 2
Learning Outside the Classroom First Part of a Series By Krista Johns
Big Changes Coming to NASJE News
President’s Column by Franny Maguire
State Programs and National Providers: Defining the Federalism of Judicial Education
Advice: NASJE Knows
How to Develop Long-Term Curricula for Judicial Branch Personnel: First, Go Jump in a River! By Tom Langhorne
What Is the Future of Futurists? Whose” crystal” should we trust-our own or a consultant’s?
Our View of the Future Is Fuzzy-Keep It That Way by Krista Johns
A Place for Futurists in Today’s World By Paul Biderman
State Justice Institute Board Supports Education Projects
New Directions for Judges Orientation by Ingo Keilitz
Transitions

Winter 2000 Volume 15 Number 1
Weighing the Options: Designing Hardware and Software Training for Court Personnel By Michael Pack and Kelley Krakowski
Advice: NASJE Knows
President’s Column by Franny Maguire
Points to Ponder
1999 Annual Conference Highlight: Judicial Education Technologies
The Futures Symposium: Where Do We Go from Here?
NASJE Plenary Session at the 1999 Annual Conference By John R. Meeks
SJI’s David Tevelin on the Futures Symposium
Western Regional Report
Law and Literature Review: Using” Shooting an Elephant” and “A Jury of Her Peers” to Explore the Judicial Decision-making Process by Tom as Langhorne
News from NJC
Competing Models of Judicial Branch Education
The Motorola Model by Thomas Langhorne
The Organic Model: Questioning the Corporate Model By Krista Johns
Transitions
New NASJE Logo!!!
National Symposium on the Future of Judicial Branch Education Comments from Participants

Winter 1999 Volume 14 Number 4
Missing

Fall 1999 Volume 14 Number 3
Knowledge Management: Implications for Judicial Education by By Carol L. Weaver
Emerging Trends Affecting the Judicial Branch
President’s Column by Blan Teagle
Advice: NASJE Knows
New Members/Transitions
Romancing the Funder, and Other Advice for the Worldly Wise Judicial Educator by Krista Johns, with Paul Biderman
A Profile of the Missouri Judicial Education Program: Providing Improved Public Service Through Technology By Denise Kilwein
Northeastern Regional Report By Richard Saks, Regional Director
New Deputy Director for SJI

Summer 1999 Volume 14 Number 2
Turning Mediation Inward: Training Court Staff for Sustainable Conflict Management by H. Clifton Grandy and Julia A. Roig
National Conference on Public Trust and Confidence in the Justice System May 13-15, 1999 Washington, D.C.
President’s Column by Blan Teagle
Judicial Education: A Profession?
Advice: NASJE Knows
Fund Raising II: Some Considerations for Judicial Educators by Paul Biderman
PROFILE: Franny Maguire, Delaware Judicial educator by Paul Biderman
Midwestern Regional Report by Kenny Miller, Regional Director
NASJE News Welcomes New Members
Transitions
1999 National Association of State Judicial Educators Conference Adam’s Mark Hotel St. Louis, Missouri – Program at a Glance
SJI Funds Education Projects

Spring 1999 Volume 14 Number 1
The National Symposium on the Future of Judicial Branch Education October 7-9,1999 Adam’s Mark Hotel St. Louis, Missouri
Meet NASJE in St. Louis
President’s Column by Blan Teagle
National Association of State Judicial Educators Ongoing Strategic Plan-Initiated in 1997 – Revised in 1999
National Symposium on the Future of Judicial Branch Education Agenda Highlights
Fund-raising Questions for Judicial Educators by Krista Johns
National Association of State Judicial Educators 1999 Committee/Project Roster
Core Competency Curriculum Guidelines for Court Managers
New Members Join Editorial Board
Profile: Diane Cowdrey, Utah Judicial Educator by Paul Biderman
Transitions

Winter 1998 Volume 13 Number 4
Public Trust and Confidence in the Courts: Implications for Judicial Educators
President’s Column by Blan Teagle
1998 Annual Conference Held in New Hampshire
Assembly of Court Associations:
A Welcome Networking Experience
Southeastern Regional News
Transitions
NJC Appoints new president Percy R. Luney, Jr.
New Section Members
Judicial Educators can Audit ICM Courses

Fall 1998 Volume 13 Number 3
Foundations in Pluralism: An Opportunity for Dialogue by Han. Dale Segrest
Two Programs Help Improve Courts’ Service to the Public
President’s Column by Ellen Marshall
Western Regional News
NASJE Diversity Task Force Resource List
JERITT: The National Information Center for Judicial Educators by John Hudzik
NASJE News Goes Online!
A Few Words About Listservs
“People Change”: What “Organizational Change” Really Means by Krista Johns
Transitions

Summer 1998 Volume 13 Number 2
Courts and the Public: The Need for Better Public Communication b y Roger K. Warren
How the Courts Are Responding
President’s Column by Ellen Marshall
State Profile: Colorado
Transitions
The NASJE Bookshelf In Their Own Words …
Northeastern Regional News
Second Leadership Convocation to take place before annual conference
New Mexico holds hate crimes teleconference
NASJE Changes location of next annual conference

Spring 1998 Volume 13 Number 1
Is the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory Useful in Judicial Education? By Hon. Scott Brownell
We have our grant! Newsletter grant renewed to include internet newsletter
President’s Column by Ellen Marshall
Futures Project by Blan Teagle and Karen Thorson
Evaluating Judicial Education Performance Indicators by Livingston Armytage
The Role of the Judge in Judicial Education by Han. Judith Ann Lanzinger
State Profile: South Carolina by Yvonne A. Visser
Leadership Convocation
Midwestern Regional News

Winter 1997 Volume 12 Number 4
Tech Tonic: A Cure/or the AV Blues by Michael Pack
President’s Column by Ellen Marshall
1997 Annual Conference Held at Lake Tahoe
Professionalism in the Legal System: Restoring Community Values by Rich Reaves
A Snapshot of a Rural State’s Education Program by Carla Kolling
The NASJE Bookshelf: Barry R. Schaller, A vision of American Law: Judging Law, Literature, and the Stores we tell reviewed by Hon Stephen E. Moore
NASJE News Index: Volumes 3 – 12 (1987 – 1997)
Southeast Regional News
Ten Quick Tips for Advanced AV

Fall 1997 Volume 12 Number 3
Self-Directed Learning: Planning Our Own Professional Education by Catherine P. Zeph
President’s Column by Karen Waldrop Thorson
Teleconferencing as an Option for Judicial Education by Phil Schopick
Western Regional News
Scheduling Conflicts: Working Around Jewish Holidays by Krista Goldstine-Cole
A Non-definitive Cultural Diversity Reading List

Summer 1997 Volume 12 Number 2
1997 Annual Conference Lake Tahoe, Nevada
Leadership Convocation: A New Addition to the NAS]E Annual Conference Sunday, October 5, 1997
President’s Column by Karen Waldrop Thorson
The Institute for Faculty Excellence in Judicial Education: A Few Observations by Hon. Judith S. H. Atherton
State Justice Institute Alert! Grant Available
A Biographer’s Biography: Jim Toner
News from the Northeast
“Religious Traditions and the Courts”: A New Effort at Transformational Learning
Harvard/Penn State Leadership Institute for Continuing Professional Education by Catherine S. Lowe
NASJE Committees for 1997
Transitions

Spring 1997 Volume 12 Number 1
Are We Squeezing the Life Out of Groups? By Peter Shure
President’s Column by Karen Waldrop Thorson
Opportunity in Haiti
Florida’s Centralized Computer Lab Training for Judges by Hon. George S. Reynolds III and Gwendolyn Stuart
MIDWEST REGIONAL NEWS
With Apologies to Thomas Wolfe: You Can Go Home Again by James C. Drennan
Profile: Blan L. Teagle by Jim Toner
The NASJE Bookshelf: David Guterson, Show Falling on Cedars reviewed by Hon. Michael E. Donohue
Large Group Process Strategies That Work
Training for State Judicial Educators and Their Special Court Judges Han. Karl B. Grube
Transitions

Winter 1996 Volume 11 Number 4
International Judicial Education
President’s Column by Karen Waldrop Thorson
Southeastern Regional News
The NASJE Bookshelf: Robert Bolt, A Man For All Seasons reviewed by Blan Teagle
Getting Around on the Internet
Courts on the Internet
Legal Research on the Internet: A SIMPLE, HOW-TO GUIDE FOR COURTS

Fall 1996 Volume 11 Number 3
Judging: An Occupation and Skills Analysis Implications for Educators by Livingston Armytage
President’s Column by Kay S. Palmer
Western Regional News
Magic in Orlando: 1996 Annual Conference
Person on the Street Interview
NASJE Secretariat – Partners in Justice
Strategic Planning: A Training Curriculum for Judges by John A. Martin, Brenda J. Wagenknecht-Ivey, and Steven Weller
Transitions
Site Inspection for Accessibility (checklist)
Judges in the Classroom: The Mediation Process in the Primary Grades by Tarry L. Lindquist
NASJE Newsletter Evaluation

Summer 1996 Volume 11 Number 2
Quality Education for Judicial Staff: It Can Be Done by Karen Waldrop Thorson
President’s Column by Kay S. Palmer
Northeastern Regional News
Ethics Training for Court Personnel by Diane Cowdrey
Judges in the Classroom: Judicial Education Outreach by Krista Goldstine-Cole
Profile: Ellen Marshall, Maryland Judicial Educator
Training and Certification of Spanish Court Interpreters by Kristine Prince
Transitions
Judicial Education Management System (JEMS) Now Shipping
Judicial Education Goes to the Legislature by Gwen Spivey
1996 NASJE Annual Conference Lake Buena Vista, Florida

Spring 1996 Volume 11 Number 1
Three Steps to the Successful Judicial Education Program: Plan, Prepare, and Prepare by Michael Pack
President’s Column by Kay S. Palmer
Revitalizing Washington State’s Professional Development Program by Maureen Lally
Faith, Law, and Morality: A New Challenge in Judicial Education by Krista Johns
Transitions
There’s Been a “Breakout”! by Jack Wolf
The NASJE Bookshelf by Carol L. Weaver
Profile: Paul L. Biderman, New Mexico Judicial Educator
A Guide to Sentencing DUI Offenders Available from NHTSA and NIAAA
New CD-Rom Active Educational Video
1996 NASJE Committees, Representatives, Liaisons
Welcome to JERITT

Winter 1995 Volume 10 Number 4
Creating Presence by Maureen Conner
Transitions
President’s Column by Kay S. Palmer
Regional News
Dearborn Hosts 1995 Annual Conference
Profile: Elizabeth Louise Hodges, New Hampshire Judicial Educator
If I Had It to Do Over Again
Driving Fear out of the Workplace

Fall 1995 Volume 10 Number 3
Driving Fear Out of the Workplace by Daniel K. Oestreich
Transitions
President’s Column by V.K. Wetzel
REGIONAL NEWS Southeastern Region
American Bar Association’s UIFSA Project
Caution… This Is a “Brainbreak” Zone! By Jack Wolf
Nonjudicial Mentoring: Developing a Mentoring Program for Clerks of Court by R. Michael Pack
Profile: Catherine Lowe, California Judicial Educator
New NCSC President Judge Roger K. Warren (CA)

Summer 1995 Volume 10 Number 2
Sexual Harassment: Policy Implementation and Education by John R. Meeks
1995 NASJE Annual Conference Dearborn, Michigan
President’s Column by V.K. Wetzel
Dispelling Isolation: Formalizing the NASJE Men to ring Process by Michael Pack
Profile: Judge Kenneth A. Rohrs, Ohio Judicial College
In the beginning, there was a plan: Probation Officer Education in Utah by Jennifer I. Fasy
The NASJE Bookshelf: James Redfield. The Celestine Prophecy
Read any good books lately?
State Judicial Educators: List and contact information
Design Presentation Methods and Activities
Report on Diversity Conference

Spring 1995 Volume 10 Number 1
Administrative Law Judges and State Judicial Education by Richard D. Reaves
President’s Column by V.K. Wetzel
Code of Judicial Conduct by Cynthia Gray
Medical-Legal Issues by Krista Johns
A Magistrate Correspondence Course: How We Did It In Alaska by Janna Stewart
Management Training for Court Staff
Profile: Catherine M. Springer, Indiana Judicial Educator
Regional News: Western Region
Author Index: NASJE News, Volumes 8 and 9
Subject Index: NASJE News, Volumes 8 and 9
1995 NASJE Committees, Representatives, Liaisons

Winter 1994 Volume 9 Number 4
The Game of Ethics: The Partnering of a Board Game by Stephen E. Sugar
President’s Column by V.K. Wetzel
Philadelphia Program Praised
National Consortium of Task Forces and Commissions on Racial and Ethnic Bias in the Courts
NASJE Welcomes New Members
Profile: Mignon Upchurch Beranek, Florida Judicial Educator
So long. Adieu. Good-bye. Farewell. Adios. Ciao… (Michael Runner)
NASJE Members Relax

Fall 1994 Volume 9 Number 3
CopyRight! by Blan L. Teagle
President’s Column by Larry Stone
Why Do Annual Reports? by Richard Reaves
Guidelines for Judicial Program Written Materials
Marketing Your Audio and Video Tapes by Gavin Lane
Lending Library Tips
A Cultural Diversity Reading List by Han. Peggy F. Hora
Distance Education and the NAJSE News (List of previous articles)
Using Focus Groups for Needs Assessment in Judicial Education

Summer 1994 Volume 9 Number 2
Icebreakers: Tools for Creating a Comfortable Learning Climate by Maureen Lally
1994 Conference Highlights Destination: Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love
President’s Column by Larry Stone
Publications and the Judicial Educator by M. James Toner
Preparing for the Unpredictable by Maureen Lally
Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Child Protection and Custody Highlighted
How Do You Keep
Participants Energized?
Farewell, Bill Fishback

Spring 1994 Volume 9 Number 1
Team Teaching in Judicial Education by Gordon I. Zimmerman
President’s Column by Larry Stone
AARP’s National Guardianship Monitoring Program Can Be Resource for Courts by Mary Twomey
National Professional Associations Foster Communication and Education
National Conference of Special Court Judges 1993 Judicial Education Award
State Courts and Tribal Courts: The Need for Education and Cooperation by H. Ted Rubin
Profile: Richard Rosswurm, West Virginia judicial educator
Values and Attitudes: Can Judges Confront Theirs? By Mary Finn Maples
State Judicial Educators (List and Contact Information)
1994 NASJE Committees, Representatives, Liaisons

Winter 1993 Volume 8 Number 4
Defining Judicial Professionalism for Purposes of Continuing Education by Richard Reaves
President’s Column by Larry Stone
1993 Annual Conference Is Largest Ever
Distinguished Guests Address NASJE Conference
NASJE Committees Report on ’93 Activities
Conference Moved to Philadelphia
Newsletter Grant Extended Three More Years
Stone Describes NASJE’s Progress in 1993
Saks to Finish Term as the Northeastern Region’s Director
Paul Li Named First Judicial Educator Emeritus
Education Program Reflects Diversity of the Educator Profession by Maureen Conner
Thoughts on Judicial Mentoring by Betty Ann Johnson
Bylaw Revisions Passed in San Francisco
NCSC Awards Its 1993 Distinguished Service Award to Rita Culbertson

Fall 1993 Volume 8 Number 3
Court Visions for the 21st Century by Beatrice P. Monahan
Futures for Judicial Educators by John R. Meeks
President’s Column by Larry Stone
A Primer on Producing a Presenters’ Handbook by Blan Teagle
The Hidden Curriculum: Lagniappe For Judicial Educators by Patricia Murrell
Interpreters: Their Impact on Court Proceedings by Joanne I. Moore
SJI Update
Transitions

Summer 1993 Volume 8 Number 2
Judicial Education Software Design Project Completed
1993 NASJE Conference Highlights San Francisco’s the place to be in October of 1993
President’s Column by Larry Stone
Saying “Thank You” Over, and Over, and Over
NASJE News Index Volumes 3-7 (1987-1992)
Benchguides: Are They Beyond Your Capabilities? By Michael W. Runner
Benchguide Drafting Tips
Off and Running: The Justice Management Institute
Profile: Karen M. Waldrop, Arizona Judicial Educator
Leadership Institute in Judicial Education (LIJE) Update

Spring 1993 Volume 8 Number 1
A Socially Effective Way to Use Judicial Education Statistics by Maureen Connor
Plan to attend the 1993 NASJE Annual Conference in San Francisco
President’s Column by Larry Stone
Faculty Database Available to Judicial Educators
JEAEP TA: Prepared to Serve
Bankruptcy Seminar Program Gives State Judges New Insight by Samuel J. Gerdano
1993 NASJE Committees (List and Members)
Mandatory (?) CJE Compliance
Transitions
Membership Information
The National Judicial College Publishes Instructional Guide on the Court-related Needs of Older People and Persons with Disabilities
ADA” Access” Implications for Judicial Education Services
Hellos and Goodbyes
Training Court-appointed Guardians
Training Judicial Secretaries: A Burgeoning Activity
The Origins of the New Mexico Judicial Education Center

Winter 1992 Volume 7 Number 4
NASJE Elects 1992-1994 Officers at the Charleston Annual Conference
Dave Tevelin, executive director of the State Justice Institute, Addresses Conference
President’s Column by Larry Stone
So, What Have You Been Reading Lately?
Showcase Introduces New Judicial Ethics Curriculum
Judges Seek a Variety of Information by Attending NASJE Annual Conference
Educational Sessions Were Lively and Informative
Tips on Tipping
Dr. Ingo Keilitz, Vice President NCSC, Describes Restructured ICM
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column by Camille A. Carr
The Past, Present, and Future of JEAEP
Resources: Bernstein, A. J., & Rozen, S. C. (1989). Dinosaur brains: Dealing with all those impossible people at work. New York: Wiley.
Institute for Court Management 1993 Program Schedule
Speakers: A Good Start The introduction sets the tone for the speech that follows by Sims Wyeth
JEAEP, JERITT, JEMS, and the Leadership Institute Review Progress in 1992
Australian Visitor Comes to Charleston Conference (Livingston Armytage)
And a Special Thanks … Kay Boothman, Arkansas
SJI Continues Funding NASJE News

Fall 1992 Volume 7 Number 3
One More Time: How Do We Teach Gender Fairness? by Gordon I. Zimmerman
National Consortium of Task Forces and Commissions on Racial and Ethnic Bias in the Courts Is Making Progress
President’s Column by Jerry Beatty
The Pro Se Litigant: Responsibility of the Court by Trine Bech
NASJE News Editorial Policy
1992 NASJE Annual Conference Agenda October 11-14, 1992 Charleston, South Carolina
State Judicial Educators: List and Contact Information
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column by Diane E. Tallman
Career Ladders in Judicial Settings by Camille A. Carr
Career Ladders: From Research to Practice
Spring 1992 Major Activities Completed/in Progress by Consortium Members
Keep Your Conferences Secure
Transitions
Profile: Kay Boothman, Arkansas Judicial Educator

Summer 1992 Volume 7 Number 2
Alcohol and Host Liability by James C. Drennan
Conference Reminder October 11-14 in Charleston, South Carolina
President’s Column by Jerry Beatty
Judicial Writing by Dr. Elizabeth A. Francis
Judicial Specialists by Gary J. Scrimgeour, Ph.D.
Teleconferencing Project of the Ohio Judicial College by Martha V. Kilbourn
The Future of Interstate Child Support by Margaret Campbell Heynes
NASJE News Index: Vols. 3-6 (1987-1991)
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column by Diane E. Tallman
Performance Management in the Judicial Sector
Leadership Programs in Continuing Education
Resources: American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education (1991). Attaining excellence in CLE: Standards for quality and methods for education. By Camille A. Carr
Washington State Curriculum-planning Efforts
Checklist: Criteria for Developing Learning Objectives
Money, Budgets, and Judicial Education II

Spring 1992 Volume 7 Number 1
Leadership Institute … The Sequel: “The Advanced Training” by Karen Waldrop
Kay Boothman: NASJE News Editor
President’s Column by Jerry Beatty
Judicial Education and the Indian Child Welfare Act by James Ganje
Strategic Management in the Courts: Training Staff in How to Plan for the Future by David A. Price, Ph.D.
What is good planning?
FACILITY ON-SITE CHECKLIST
Sentencing in Alabama
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column by Diane E. Tallman
“Educator, Know Thy Audience” Successful Program Development Begins with a Clear Understanding of Participant Needs
Technical Assistance Consulting Service Update
Top Leadership Skills Named for Continuing Educators in the ’90’s
NASJE News asked SJEOs how they are dealing with sentencing education issues
Profile: Laurence B. Stone, Ohio Judicial Educator

Fall 1991 Volume 6 Number 4
San Antonio Sessions Applauded Annual Conference Concludes 1991
Needs assessment tools for the judiciary wanted
President’s Column by Jerry Beatty
Trends in the State Courts
Team Building Dr. Bethel “Bo” Thomas and Kay S. Boothman
Third National Conference on Court Technology
Judicial Education Management System (JEMS) Project
Transitions
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column by Diane E. Tallman
Creating a Team Environment
Organizational Development: An Overlooked Need
Issues and Trends in Judicial Education
Checklist: Effective Instruction Techniques
Profile: Ed Borrelli, New York Judicial Educator

Summer 1991 Volume 6 Number 3
Marketing Judicial Education Programs by Betty Ann Johnson
Conference Reminder October 13-16 San Antonio
President’s Column by Jerry Beatty
Alabama’s Satellite Teleconference
Grant Applications for In-State Implementation of Education Programs
Money, Budgets, and Judicial Education
State Judicial Educators (List & Contact information)
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column by Diane E. Tallman
Getting the Most from Technical Assistance
Opening To Outsiders: Judicial and Higher Education
Technical Assistance Update from the JEAEP Project
Presenting Matters Neutrally: Gender Neutral Language by Michael W. Runner
Gender-Neutral guidelines for speakers and writers
Profile: Dan Schenk, South Dakota Judicial Educator

Spring 1991 Volume 6 Number 2
Successful Projects Begin Second Year: JEAEP Update and JERRITT
NCSC Direct Technical Assistance Programs Judge/Clerk Teams
President’s Column by Jerry Beatty
Involved in Rural Justice Center Project
Book Review: The Effective Management of Volunteer Programs by Marlene Wilson
San Antonio Hosts ’91 Annual Conference (Conference Agenda)
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column by Diane E. Tallman
Initiating and Implementing Change by Diane E. Tallman
Educator’s Corner
How do you control speakers who go beyond the established time limits?
When the Speaker Ends Too Early, What Do You Do?
How Do You Organize Materials for Conference Participants?
How Do You Light a Fire Under Presenters Who Don’t Honor Deadlines for Materials?
Data Dissemination: The Next Frontier by Jane Nelson
The Registration Center
Profile: V.K. Wetzel, Wisconsin Judicial Educator

Winter 1991 Volume 6 Number 1
The Annual Conference: NASJE Enhances Its Future by Maureen Conner
We’re Back! NASJE SJI Newsletter grant extended for 2 years
President’s Column by Jerry Beatty
Reversible Error in Criminal Appeals and Its Implications for Judicial Education
Dealing with “Nonlegal” Aspects of Judging by Ray Crapo
The Balancing Act: Preparing Discussion Leaders to Juggle by Michael W. Runner
Handle the Various Member Types
From the State Justice Institute
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column by Diane E. Tallman
Using Focus Groups for Needs Assessment in Judicial Education by Pamela B. Kleiber
Judicial Educators as Leaders by Dr. Ronald M. Cervero
Tips on Flipping: Flipcharts by Robert Letwin
Tools for the Trade
NASJE Committees: List and membership
AJS’s Ethics for Judges by Larry Stone
New Activities for Judicial Education/Adult Education Project (JEAEP)
Transitions

Fall 1990 Volume 5 Number 4
Vermont Hosts NASJE Annual Conference
President’s Column by Jerry Beatty
ABA Adopts New Model Code of Judicial Conduct
The Curse of the Missing Van (Negotiating Hotel Contracts)
The Foolproof Committee Meeting
NASJE/NCSC Technical Assistance Project
New NASJE Officers Chosen
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column
Why Programs Fail by Thomas Sork
Critical Reflection: Three Techniques by Dr. Joan E. Dominick
Environmental Scanning: Looking To The Future
Judicial Educators: Three Different Worlds
Newsletter Board Changes
Hot Topics in Judicial Education
Publication Reviews
Profile: Jerry K. Beatty, Iowa Judicial Branch Educator

Summer 1990 Volume 5 Number 3
Missing Issue!

Spring 1990 Volume 5 Number 2
Trial Judges Writing Project: A State-based Curriculum Development Model
Technical Assistance Workshop Held in New Orleans
Conference Update: Burlington Beckons
President’s Column by Rita Stratton
State Profile: Arkansas
Creating with Vision by Maureen Conner
Test Your Judicial Education “Readability Score”
What is wrong with legal writing by Daisy Floyd
Transitions
NASJE News asked several members to describe their Worst Nightmare in Judicial Education
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column
Accreditation in continuing Professional Education by Tom Pearson
How Judges Become Expert About Contemporary Issues by Pat Stein
Interactive Video: New Worlds of Instructional Technology by Brad Cahoon
Practical Tips for Judge-Teachers by Paul M. Li
Judicial Education in West Germany by Daniel J. Meador
NASJE News Survey

Winter 1990 Volume 5 Number 1
Three Cooperative Judicial Education Projects Begin
President’s Column by Rita Stratton
State Profile: Kentucky
CJE Leaders Convene in Tucson
Letters from the Editors: A guide to acronyms
SJI Grantee Seeks Input for Continuing Judicial Education Project on State Court Sec. 1983 Litigation
NASJE members discuss Judicial Education in the Year 2001
National Judicial College seeks new dean
Energizing the Panel Discussion
Effective Teaching Methods for Large Groups
Special Section: Continuing Professional Education Bulletin – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Editor’s Column
The Case for Continuing Education Curricula by Donna S. Queeney
Quality in Continuing Professional. Education by Louis Phillips
Technical Assistance Project for State Judiciary Education: “The NASJE/UGA CPE TA Project”
Essential Skills for Judicial Education
Profile: Anthony B. Fisser, Connecticut
New Member News – Jane Nelson, Karen Waldrop, Patricia Winnie
California adopts standard for judicial education
Larry L. Sipes to lead National Center for State Courts

Fall 1989 Volume 4 Number 4
Seattle Welcomes NASJE
President’s Column by Rita Stratton
State Profile: Illinois
Positive Alternative: A Unique Sabbatical Experience
Looking Back: The First Decade of New Trial Court Judges Orientation Programs by Marvin Haiken
The Graduate Program for Judges at the University of Virginia
Farewell: Randye Bloom, New Jersey Assistant Director of Education
Profile: Maureen Conner, Illinois State Judicial Educator
Technical Assistance is here!

Summer 1989 Volume 4 Number 3
Enlisting Judges in the AIDS Battle: AIDS conference meets in Miami by Michael W. Runner
Conference Reminder – October 8-11, 1989 in Seattle, Washington
President’s Column by Rita Stratton
The Judicial Institute of Maryland
Competency-Based education: Are we ready? By Betty Ann Johnson
The Minnesota Experience
SJI Applications Approved for Funding
State Justice Institute Publishes Proposed Strategy for Funding Judicial Education
Six Questions for Every State Judicial Educator by Sam Van Pelt
Master Calendar (Special Pull-Out & Save Section)
American Judges Association: Of judges – by judges – for judges by Jerome A. Gertner
An AIDS Education primer for judges
“Judicial Response to Lawyer Misconduct” An ABA -sponsored course

Spring 1989 Volume 4 Number 2
Computer-based education for judges by Steve Simon
Annual Conference Schedule
President’s Column by Rita Stratton
A further discussion of basic grant writing: Practitioner Concerns by Lawson Veasey
Judicial Education in New South Wales, Australia by Anne L.N. Riches
The National Judicial College
Master Calendar (Special Pull-Out & Save Section)
State Judicial Educators (List & Contact information)
Hotels: Developing a win/win negotiation strategy by Scott C. Smith
Profile: Dennis Catlin, Michigan Judicial Institute
Update on technical assistance workshops

Winter 1989 Volume 4 Number 1
Hotels: Nuts, Bolts and Money by Scott C. Smith
President’s Column by Rita Stratton
Iowa’s Judicial Education Program
Should we specially train our judges by Glenn Robert Lawrence
Master Calendar (Special Pull-Out & Save Section)
Appellate judges back in the classroom
Judicial education network meets
North Dakota develops videotape to assist new judges by Carroll Edmondson
Profile: Rich Reaves, Executive Director, Institute of Continuing Education at the University
of Georgia School of Law

Fall 1988 Volume 3 Number 4
NASJE Holds Annual Conference in Alexandria, Virginia
Newsletter Grant Continued
President’s Column by Rita Stratton
Mississippi’s Court Education Program by Krista R. Johns
Multidisciplinary Studies in Judicial Education by Jane W. Nelson
The Institute for Court Management
National Leadership Institute in Adult and Continuing Education Founded
New Federal Child Support Legislation Means Changes for the Judiciary and the Courts
Master Calendar (Special Pull-Out & Save Section)
SJI Update
Profile: Rita Stratton
Farewell: Sam Van Pelt

Summer 1988 Volume 3 Number 3
The Basics of Grant Writing by Robert T. Roper
’88 Annual Conference to be held in Alexandria, Virginia
President’s Column by Richard D. Reaves
Program Profile: Arizona Supreme Court Education Services Division by Nancy L. Scheffel
Arden House III A National Conference on Continuing Education of the Bar by Edward P. Borrelli
The Conference On Court Technology: Implications for Judicial Education by Susan M.Trippi
Mandatory Continuing Judicial Education by James C. Drennan
Master Calendar (Special Pull-Out & Save Section)
Technology: Video applications by Laurence B. Stone
George Glass: Leading Indiana Judicial Center into Second Decade

Spring 1988 Volume 3 Number 2
Judicial Education Network Meets in Reno
NASJE Gift to China
President’s Column by Richard D. Reaves
Judicial Education in Connecticut by Anthony B. Fisser
Humanities & the Professions by Stanford M. Lottor
The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges and the National College of Juvenile and Family Law
Technology: Video applications by Laurence B. Stone
Master Calendar (Special Pull-Out & Save Section)
State Judicial Educators – List
Ethics Issues in Judicial Education by William A. Melone
SJI Update
Profile: Helen Johnson

Winter 1987-1988 Volume 3 Number 1
President’s Column by Richard D. Reaves
NASJE Holds Annual Meeting in New Orleans
New Direction for Newsletter
Program Profile: Texas Municipal Courts Training Center by Kay Boothman
National Judicial College proposes national faculty database
National-level education: What does Virginia get from it?
Judicial education: A federal perspective by A Leo Levin and Russell R. Wheeler
Strategies for judicial education by Gordon I. Zimmerman
Instructional modules project underway
Master Calendar (Special Pull-Out & Save Section)
Who can provide judicial education services? By Carol L Weaver
Technology: Video applications by Laurence B. Stone

Summer/Fall 1987 Volume 2 Number 2
Product Progress Provides Program
SJI Funds NASJE Joint Proposals
ABA Judges Honor Arizona CJE
ICJE Beams From WESTAR IV
Program Profile: Texas Justice Court Training by Kay Boothman, SJEO Arkansas
Personnel Profile: Paul M. Li California SJOE, Center for Judicial Education and Research by Connie Dove, California Judges Association
Caseflow Management Training – Redefined by Deborah M Plog Michigan Judicial Institute
National Judicial College Names New Dean

Winter/Spring 1987 Volume 2 Number 1
National Conference Catalogs Perspectives
SJI Encourages CJE
Program Profile: The Texas Center
Reflections on the National-State Relationship in CJE by Carroll Edmondson, SJEO North Dakota
Reflections on Law Schools and Continuing Judicial Education: Is there Any There There? By V.K. Wetzel SJEO, Wisconsin
Book Review: The Judge by James F. Simon reviewed by Joanne Slotnik, SJEO Utah
Michigan Judicial Institute Receives W. K. Kellogg Foundation Grant
NJC Seeks New Dean

1985 NASJE News Volume 1 Number 1
NASJE Becomes International
NASJE Marks Ten Years
How to Get your teaching staff to stop teaching by Raymond Crapo
What is this thing called LRE????
Board Activities
Mock Trial Assists New Judges
IJA Completes Appellate Judges Program
Legislative Investment in Judicial Education
Court Interpreting Institute Held
American Academy Launches Projects
Personnel Update
Training Days
Annual Conference Carmel, CA

1984 NASJE First Newsletter
Welcome to NASJE’s First Newsletter by Anthony B. Fisser
Expanding Local Magistrate’s Training
Victims’ Rights Manual Available
Kentucky Holds Appellate Seminars
Book Review: In Search of Excellence Reviewed by Ray Crapo, Office of Court Administration New York
Judging & Humanities Seminars
Utility Rate Seminar
Gender Bias in the Courts Courses
Comparative Judicial Studies in London and Cambridge
Chief Justice Gains Legislative Recognition of Educational Needs
National Organization Appointments
Regional Approached
From the States
Annual Conference in Savannah, GA October 13-17, 1984