Judicial Studies Degree Courses
These currently-offered courses qualify for credits toward the Master’s of Judicial Studies Degree Program and Judicial Studies Doctoral Program at the University of Nevada, Reno upon successful completion of the course and passing the course exam.
2017 NJC Judicial Studies Degree Courses
June 26 – 29, 2017 | Location New Orleans, LA | Tuition $1,395 | Conference Fee $499 What’s this?
This is a highly interactive course in which judges from different jurisdictions
July 24 – 27, 2017 | Location Chicago, IL | Tuition $1,395 | Conference Fee $499 What’s this?
This advanced-level, four-day course for experienced administrative law judges, adjudicators, and hearing officers
August 7 – 10, 2017 | Location Big Sky, MT | Tuition $1,349 | Conference Fee $399 What’s this?
This course familiarizes you with the factors that affect the judicial decision-making process
August 14 – 24, 2017 | Location Reno, NV | Tuition $1,699 | Conference Fee $569 What’s this?
This intensive two-week course provides newer state and federal administrative law adjudicators with
August 21-24, 2017 | Location Reno, NV | Tuition $1,079 | Conference Fee $289 What’s this?
The efficient administration of modern tribal justice systems requires a team of competent court personnel with
December 4 – 7, 2017 | Location Austin, TX | Tuition $1,349 | Conference Fee $499 What’s this?
““Justice delayed is justice denied” (Gladstone). Effective, efficient caseflow promotes justice and upholds the
Schedule subject to change.
2016 UNR Judicial Studies Degree Courses
|JS 710||History and Theory of Jurisprudence I*||July 11-21|
|General aspects of law from philosophical, historical and social perspectives: jurisprudence; legal history; courts and the administration of justice; and punishment, culture and society.|
|JS 720||Comparative Law||June 20-30|
|Comprehensive review of Anglo-American, Continental and Socialist legal systems. Historical and current comparative civil and criminal substantive law (torts and contracts) and procedural differences.|
|JS 730||Law and Economics||July 25-August 4|
|Examines economic implications and objectives of legal institutions and legal rule making: including common law, public regulations of the market and legal procedures.|
|JS 740||Medical and Legal Issues||July 11-21|
|Analysis of selected issues, combining scientific/medical and case law perspective. Topics include medical malpractice, informed consent, parents’ rights, birth, AIDS, drug addiction.|
|JS 750||Criminology: Causation, Enforcement, Responsibility||January 4-14|
|Focuses on major issues in understanding of and policies affecting crime, its control, and the system of criminal justice, including limites of individual responsibility for crime.|
|JS 775||Independent Study (Ph.D. only and by permission)|
|Allows pursuit of special topics with supervision. Maximum of 6 credits.|
|JS 780||Special Topics (Ph.D. only and by permission)|
|Research special problems related to the judiciary. Maximum of 6 credits.|
|JS 795||Special Topics (Ph.D. only)|
|JS 799||Dissertation (Ph.D. only)|
|JS 899||Graduate Advisement (by permission)|
*This course is taken in two consecutive two-week sessions — two weeks one year, remaining two weeks the following year.
Schedule subject to change.