NASJE Participates in the 2024 Racial Justice Education Workshop

As part of ongoing work under the Conference of Chief Justices (CCJ), Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA), and National Center for State Courts’ (NCSC) Blueprint for Racial Justice initiative, 16 states’ Judicial Educators, Judges, and Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Directors were invited to participate in the first of, I hope many, workshops on improving racial justice education in the courts.

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.

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.

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