A new NCSC report, Elements of Judicial Excellence: A Framework to Support the Professional Development of State Trial Court Judges, is now available. It is a first-of-its-kind resource for judges, mentors, educators, and state court leaders who support and seek to enhance their state systems of judicial professional development.
The final morning of the NASJE conference in Charleston, South Carolina began with the choice of one of three different breakout sessions. I chose to attend Facilitating 101 presented by Stephanie Hemmert of the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, DC. She began the session by drawing input from many in the audience, who shared various reasons why they wanted to facilitate classes, discussions and meetings. She then went on to explain that our purpose for the class was to practice our facilitating skills with the whole group.
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!
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…
If you are attending the NASJE Annual Conference December 3-6 in Charleston, be sure to read up on events happening in town before, during and after the conference! Also be sure to consult the December conference guide. Read about some of the exciting conference sessions offered at the conference and prepare for Tuesday’s experiential learning event on the 2017 Conference page. You’ll want to be in the know so you can take full advantage of everything the conference and the city have to offer.