May 4, 2018 12 p.m. PST | Online Webcast | Tuition: Free Want an introduction to (or refresher overview of) the prior appropriation doctrine and how users of surface water establish water rights under that doctrine?
Courtrooms have long been depicted as models of formality and decorum, but our informal survey of judges suggests that the scene is changing.
By Hon. Samuel A. ThummaFrom time to time, I am asked to compare my experiences on the trial bench (for nearly five years) and the appellate bench (for nearly six years and counting). There are many differences, but let me address just five.
By Hon. David PrinceEvery judge will be faced with a blocked-up docket at some point in their career, whether it’s of their own making or by inheritance. When you find yourself jealous of the storied one-armed paper hanger’s leisure time and your backlog is still growing, here are six sure-fire tips
U.C. Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, named the most influential voice in legal education by the National Jurist, will be our 133rd Justice Jackson Lecturer on April 30.
Famed legal scholar coming to Reno to lecture on free speech on campus and damaging effects of Supreme Court decisions
RENO, Nev. — One of the most influential voices in legal education, U.C. Berkeley Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, will speak on the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno later this month as part of The National Judicial College’s Justice Jackson Lecture Series.
A survey released last month found that 93 percent of the public agrees that the United States has a civility problem, and nearly three-quarters say the problem has gotten worse in recent years. Thinking only about your courtroom, what have you seen in the past five years? Check back on or after April 10th to view results and