“We Are Charleston”

We Are Charleston

This book and conference location are the inspiration for “ELO, Charleston, South Carolina and Race: An Experiential Approach”, which revisits the tragedy and explores how race remains a salient issue in society. The session will include a visit to Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, where the murders occurred, on-site discussion of the tragedy and where the country and justice system are with regards to race.

Law Day 2017

law day 2017

Law Day is held every year on May 1 for the purpose of celebrating the role of law in our society and to cultivate a deeper understanding of the legal profession. This year’s theme is “The 14th Amendment: Transforming American Democracy.” ABA President Linda Klein’s videotaped message is a good way to begin learning about this year’s theme.

Karen Thorson Award Nominations Due March 31

Karen Thorson

Karen Thorson Award nominations are now being accepted by the NASJE Board. If you know a career judicial educator who has made significant contributions to the profession and to NASJE, consider nominating him or her for this award. Nominations are due by Friday, March 31, 2017. You will find a link to the nomination form in the NASJE Member Area.

2017 NASJE Conference Curriculum Planning is Underway

Charleston

The 2017 NASJE Conference will be held in Charleston, South Carolina on September 10-13, 2017, at the Francis Marion Hotel. The theme for the conference will be “Old meets New: incorporating fundamentals, instructional design and adult learning in the 21st century.” In collaboration with the Education and Curriculum Committee, five courses are being created to incorporate our NASJE Curriculum Designs in order to specifically address NASJE’s Core Competencies, i.e. Fundamentals, Leadership and Governance, Diversity, Grant Funding and Budgeting and Collaboration with Human Resources.