CTC 23 through the Eyes of a Judicial Educator

I observed a heavy focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its role in improving accessibility for litigants and court staff. As a judicial educator, I found the sessions that addressed applying limited resources and existing systems to help meet the courts’ rapidly evolving training needs particularly valuable.


The 2022 Conference’s theme is “Judicial Education and All That Jazz: Mastering Innovation and Adaptability in Changing Times”. We are excited to offer courses covering a wide range of topics including online course development, curriculum development and delivery of sensitive topics, iInteractive tools and educational technology, racial and ethnic disparities toolkit, practical tools to enhance resiliency, roundtable discussions and session extensions, and much, much more!

President’s Communication Update

As you know, recently the NASJE website has been revamped as part of our effort to better connect with you and other site users. It has come to our attention that some members have not always received NASJE information or communications or have been unclear as to the ways in which interaction occurs within the organization. Let me provide some information on NASJE communications. I apologize for the length, but I wanted to provide all the info in one place for your convenience.

Thomas N. Langhorne Reaches New Heights in NASJE

The 2019-2021 National Association of State Judicial Educators’ Board of Directors is pleased to announce the 2021 recipient of the Karen Thorson Award.  By unanimous vote, Thomas N. Langhorne (Tom) will be our 2021 Karen Thorson Awardee.  As you know, Read more

In Memoriam: Judge Peggy Fulton Hora

Respectfully submitted by Brian MacKenzie and David Wallace The judicial education world has lost a giant. Judge Peggy Fulton Hora, a global leader in the field of judicial education and a pioneering leader in the development of Drug Treatment Courts, Read more

Sedona Conference Announces Publication and Webinar

Kenneth J. Withers, Deputy Executive Director of the Sedona Conference is pleased to share this announcement of interest to NASJE members and court personnel around the country. The Sedona Conference is pleased to announce the publication of The Sedona Conference Cooperation Read more

Zoominar video available for members

A recording of the NASJE Zoominar Delivering Training & Education During a Pandemic, which originally aired on July 30, is now available in the NASJE Member Area. This webinar features NASJE members recounting their adventures in providing learning in new ways, and is Read more