Administrative Law: Fair Hearing (JS 612)


August 11-21, 2014

Location: Reno, NV
Tuition: $1,595

Conference Fee $495


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This intensive, fundamental two-week course provides specialized training for state and federal administrative law adjudicators seeking a solid foundation in administrative law adjudication. After attending this course, participants will be able to utilize sound pre-hearing practice and case management techniques; write decisions that will withstand judicial review; effectively address the issue of caseload management; incorporate alternative dispute resolution techniques where appropriate; and evaluate witness and expert credibility. During the course, separate tracks are offered which recognize the differences between the conduct of low volume and high volume proceedings and allow the participants to focus on variant procedural elements.

Qualifies for four credits toward the Judicial Studies degree (requires an additional one-week NJC/JSP course to meet the 6-credit JS 610 requirement) and as a requirement for the Certificate in Judicial Development, Administrative Law Adjudication Skills, Dispute Resolution Skills and Tribal Judicial Skills programs.

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