The purpose of any program of continuing judicial education is to provide a process…to improve judicial performance, and thereby, the quality of justice,” according to a 1993 University of New South Wales law journal article on the need for judicial education.
The relatively new and increasingly used word unretirement conjures up many different thoughts and emotions.
A message to NASJE members from Joseph Sawyer.
Let’s welcome our new members.
The Judicial Education office of the Nevada Supreme Court recently welcomed Gary Turner as the new judicial education manager.
More organizations are providing trainings and conducting meetings on-line, because it is cost-effective and efficient for participants and faculty.
The purpose of the Mental Competency – Best Practices Model is to present a body of practices deemed to be most effective and efficient for handling mental incompetency issues in the criminal justice and mental health systems.