Who should be a NASJE member?
NASJE’s membership includes judicial educators and others interested in judicial branch education.
- Annual conference
The Annual NASJE Conference is designed to give judicial educators the tools to develop effective and exciting education programs in their states. The conference includes a variety of educational and networking sessions.
- NASJE Committees
NASJE members offer valuable services to the judicial community by serving on standing and ad hoc committees. Joining one of NASJE’s 12 standing committees can put you in touch with like-minded people focusing on topics you find of particular interest.
Networking with Peers
- Mentor Program for new judicial educators
Want an experienced judicial educator assigned to you to help you deal with the challenges of your new position or would you like to be a mentor? You can find the applications in the member area or you can contact the Chair of the Mentor Committee. Read about one person’s experience with the Mentor Program.
- Opportunities for networking and collaborating on state, national, and international level
NASJE offers regional meetings and networking opportunities. Develop working relationships and friendships with your counterparts in other states who understand the challenges and goals.
Resources in Court Education
- Extensive web resources
NASJE’s website has many shared resources that NASJE members have provided. Find curriculum designs, speaker suggestions, and other court resources.
- NASJE Listserv
Receive and send communications to many judicial educators throughout the United States at the click of a mouse! Need a faculty person for a particular topic? Want to know what others with experience can tell you about a particular prospective faculty person or piece of equipment? Post your question or concern to the listserv and get replies from colleagues across the country and the world.
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