Boards, Faculty, and The NJC Team
Since our founding, we have envisioned a collaborative and innovative synergy of outstanding faculty, dedicated learners and accomplished alumni, donors and friends collectively pursuing a key vision of increased judicial proficiency, productivity and competency. With this momentum, the NJC continues to be a unifying voice in that effort. The College’s dedicated board, faculty and staff members stand ready to assist the nation’s judiciary with innovative programs and services that have become the hallmark of our success.
The College has an appointed 21-member Board of Trustees, which sets policy, fosters a climate of excellence, promotes the development of innovative judicial education programs and provides leadership in achieving the NJC’s mission. Trustees are dedicated individuals from diverse fields encompassing the law and the judiciary, as well as business and corporate areas. More »
The NJC’s Board of Visitors is a nationally recognized and select group of individuals charged with furthering the quality of education offered by the NJC. They are renowned professionals who bring a cross-section of perspectives to improve the administration of justice through education. Members also serve as goodwill ambassadors of the NJC by enhancing awareness of the College and assisting with fundraising efforts. More »
The NJC faculty consists of judges and industry professionals who offer participants a wealth of national and international experience. Outstanding judges, lawyers and law professors from across the nation serve without compensation as members of the NJC faculty. They are joined by representatives of other disciplines including physicians, psychologists, sociologists and computer/technology experts. Each year, more than 250 faculty members offer lectures, workshops, panels and structured discussion groups. More »
The Faculty Council represents the interests of the volunteer faculty of the NJC. Faculty Council members help ensure that quality teaching standards are maintained and that the curricula offered are relevant, challenging and invigorating to the College’s participants. More »