Past Conferences

2021 Conference: New Haven, Connecticut

  • Rescheduled from 2020 due to COVID-19, the conference focused on a “lifetime of learning entwined in tradition” through unique sessions including a 21-Day Racial Equity-Habit Building Challenge for Judicial Educators from Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr. and an experiential learning session on the Amistad ship. Click here to see a schedule.
  • 2019 Conference: Denver, Colorado

    • The conference in Denver had participants “conquering mountains together” through innovative sessions and included a moving experiential learning opportunity where participants in the Aurora Theatre trial shared their experiences. Click here to see a schedule.

    2018 Conference: Austin, Texas

    • Held at the Hotel Van Zandt, the Austin conference “developed leaders in court education” with dynamic leadership speakers on individuality, courage and, values. Click here to see a schedule.

    2017 Conference: Charleston, South Carolina

    • Rescheduled to December due to a hurricane, the Charleston conference came back stronger than ever and gave attendees an incredible experiential learning session to the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. Click here to see a schedule.

    2016 Conference: Burlington, Vermont

    • The Burlington conference encouraged attendees to “change perspectives” with speakers that focused on new ways to view procedural fairness and mental illness and the courts. Click here to see a schedule.

    2015 Conference: Seattle, Washington

    • The Seattle conference was held jointly with the American Judges Association and “re-ignited, equipped, and equipped” participants with sessions on the latest research on learning and memory. Click here to see a schedule.

    Below is a list of conferences pre-2015.

    • 2014 Conference: Chicago, Illinois
    • 2013 Conference: Little Rock, Arkansas
    • 2012 Conference: Boston, Massachusetts
    • 2011 Conference: Las Vegas, Nevada
    • 2010 Conference: San Antonio, Texas