Have you thought about your judicial legacy? Long after the litigants have left your courtroom, the profound way that you contributed to the rule of law and administration of justice can be remembered by establishing a named endowment at The National Judicial College. And we are willing to meet you half way. News about and by
For the past year, I have had the honor to serve as the chairperson of the Faculty Council. Many times my friends and other National Judicial College participants ask me what is the Faculty Council and what does it do. Here, in a nutshell, is our story and mission.
NJC faculty members have many teaching tools at their disposal, but no teaching tool is more important than well-crafted learning objectives. A learning objective specifically states what the participant will be able to do after attending an educational session that he or she was unable to do prior to the session. While learning objectives must always
Beginning with this edition of the Faculty Forum, we will be offering tips for NJC faculty members. Typically, the tips featured will be ideas to use in the classroom as educational aids. But this edition’s “tip” will be a bit different due to a discussion that occurred at our most recent Faculty Council (FC) meeting between