Faculty News 2016-10-24T14:40:36+00:00

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News about and by the faculty of The National Judicial College.

Teaching Tips: The Model Courtroom – A Teaching Tool

NJC has made a significant investment in active learning. All of NJC’s classrooms are fully equipment with a variety of audio/visual equipment. Faculty member have access to an electronic group response system when they teach. Faculty teach legal research in the NJC computer lab, but the most expensive investment NJC has made in active learning is the Model Courtroom.

Are you Fit for the Bench?

By Hon. Suzette Carlisle

Reports of violence against judges have surfaced in a number of states, including Nevada, Georgia, Washington, Texas, Tennessee, Alabama, Connecticut, Missouri and Illinois.  In 2006, a threat was made in an internet chat room against Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg claiming they would “not live another week” if

Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson III, Esq. Named Chairman of the NJC’s Board of Trustees

Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson III, Member-in-Charge of the Florence, KY office of Frost Brown Todd LLC is the new chairman of The National Judicial College (NJC) Board of Trustees. Robinson has served on the NJC board since 2013, including as treasurer. He has been active in the American Bar Association for more than 30 years. He is a Life Member

Matching Funds Available to Endow a Legacy Account in Your Name

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