Watch the latest video about the upcoming 2020 NASJE Conference.
Save the Date – August 9-12, 2020 – NASJE 2020 – New Haven, Connecticut
James “Jim” Drennan echoes the qualities honored by the Karen Thorson Award through his forty-year University of North Carolina School of Government career that started in 1974, and through his contributions to NASJE. Current NASJE communications committee chair Lynne Alexander sat down with the Jim for a short discussion about judicial education.
The Supreme Court of Ohio Judicial College celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2016. The College has grown a lot in the past 40 years and this video gives a view of some of the achievements made during this time.
A highly anticipated session at NASJE’s upcoming annual conference in Vermont is a plenary session built around the award-winning documentary God Knows Where I Am, a film that personalizes the intersection of the criminal justice system and mental illness. In advance of its theatrical release, conference attendees will have an opportunity to view the documentary and discuss its relevance to judicial branch educators.
Larry Stone is the embodiment of the qualities the Karen Thorson Award recognizes: a deep, abiding positive influence on our organization and our profession. The award was presented to him at NASJE’s 2015 Annual Conference in Seattle (October 4-7).