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Learning Plan

   

The NJC Learning Plan is a guide to assist judges in choosing the courses that are right for their jurisdiction and educational goals. Choose the 2012 courses of interest in in your jurisdiction and contact the registrar at (800) 25-JUDGE if you have any questions, or register online.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Administrative Law Judges

March 10-April 25 | Evidence Challenges for Administrative Law Judges (Web)

June 9-12 | Administrative Law: Advanced (JS 649)

August 11-21 | Administrative Law: Fair Hearing (JS 612)

October 6-November 21 | Evidence Challenges for Administrative Law Judges (Web)

 

Alternative Dispute Resolution Courses

April 7-11 | Civil Mediation

October 6-10 | Civil Mediation

November 17-20 | Dispute Resolution Skills (JS 625) (Charleston, SC)

 

Appellate Courses

March 17-20 | Advanced Skills for Appellate Judges

 

Court Performance and Management Courses

February 18-19 | Tribal Court Development - Fundamental Considerations for Tribal Leadership

March 17-20 | Essential Skills for Tribal Court Judges

April 7-May 23 | Handling Small Claims Effectively (Web)

April 7-11 | Court Management for Tribal Court Judges and Personnel (JM 690)

May 19-22 | Tribal Court Management of Alcohol and Drug Cases

June 16-19 | Advanced Tribal Court Management

October 13-17 | Management Skills for Presiding Judges

October 20-23 | Ethics, Fairness & Security in Your Courtroom and Community

October 27-30 | Best Practices in Handling Cases with Self-Represented Litigants (Santa Fe, NM)

 

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Civil Courses

April 7-11 | Civil Mediation

October 6-10 | Civil Mediation

 

 

Criminal Courses

February 10-March 28 | Selected Criminal Evidence Issues (Web)

May 19-22 | Scientific Evidence and Expert Testimony (JS 622)

April 28-May 8 | General Jurisdiction (JS 610)

May 19-22 | Fourth Amendment: Comprehensive Search & Seizure (JS 645)

July 14-17 | Decision Making (JS 618)

October 13-23 | General Jurisdiction (JS 610)

October 27-30 | Best Practices in Handling Cases with Self-Represented Litigants (Santa Fe, NM)

 

Drug Court Courses

May 14-16 | Drugged Driving Essentials

May 19-22 | Tribal Court Management of Alcohol and Drug Cases

October 6-9 | Traffic Issues in the 21st Century

 

Enhancement Courses

March 17-20 | Logic & Opinion Writing (JS 621)

April 28-May 1 | Conducting the Trial (JS 632)

April 28-May 1 | Judicial Writing (JS 615)

June 23-26 | Judicial Philosophy and American Law (Sedona, AZ)

July 14-17 | Decision Making (JS 618)

July 21-24 | Today’s Justice: The Historic Bases (JS 642) (Washington, D.C.)

September 8-11 | Current Issues in the Law (New Orleans, LA)

September 29-October 2 | Ethical Issues in the Law: A Novel Approach (JS 619) (Ashland, OR)

October 20-23 | Ethics, Fairness & Security in Your Courtroom and Community

 

Ethics Courses

June 2-July 18 | Ethics and Judging: Reaching Higher Ground (Web)

September 22-November 7 | Ethics for Administrative Law Judges (Web)

September 29-October 2 | Ethical Issues in the Law: A Novel Approach (JS 619) (Ashland, OR)

October 20-23 | Ethics, Fairness & Security in Your Courtroom and Community

 

Evidence Courses

February 10-March 28 | Selected Criminal Evidence Issues (Web)

March 10-April 25 | Evidence Challenges for Administrative Law Judges (Web)

May 19-22 | Scientific Evidence and Expert Testimony (JS 622)

August 11-14 | Advanced Evidence (JS 617)

 

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Family Law Courses

July 21-24 | Domestic Violence (JS 636)

July 21-24 | Handling Domestic Violence Cases in Tribal Court

October 20-23 | Child Custody Challenges: Evidence and Orders

 

 

Foundation Courses

March 17-20 | Logic & Opinion Writing (JS 621)

April 28-May 1 | Conducting the Trial (JS 632)

April 28-May 1 | Judicial Writing (JS 615)

April 28-May 8 | General Jurisdiction (JS 610)

June 2-12 | Special Court Jurisdiction

June 2-12 | Special Court Jurisdiction: Advanced (JS 611)

October 6-9 | Enhancing Judicial Bench Skills (JS 624) (Orlando, FL)

October 13-17 | Management Skills for Presiding Judges

October 13-23 | General Jurisdiction (JS 610)

 

 

Problem Solving Techniques and Practice Courses

May 14-16 | Drugged Driving Essentials

July 14-16 | ICRA: Protecting Rights in Tribal Court

July 21-24 | Domestic Violence (JS 636)

July 21-24 | Handling Domestic Violence Cases in Tribal Court

September 8-11 | Current Issues in the Law (New Orleans, LA)

September 15-18 | Advanced Issues Involving Co-Occurring Disorders

October 20-23 | Child Custody Challenges: Evidence and Orders

October 27-30 | Best Practices in Handling Cases with Self-Represented Litigants (Santa Fe, NM)

 

Seminar Series Courses

June 23-26 | Judicial Philosophy and American Law (Sedona, AZ)

July 21-24 | Today’s Justice: The Historic Bases (JS 642) (Washington, D.C.)

September 8-11 | Current Issues in the Law (New Orleans, LA)

September 29-October 2 | Ethical Issues in the Law: A Novel Approach (JS 619) (Ashland, OR)

October 6-9 | Enhancing Judicial Bench Skills (JS 624) (Orlando, FL)

October 27-30 | Best Practices in Handling Cases with Self-Represented Litigants (Santa Fe, NM)

November 17-20 | Dispute Resolution Skills (JS 625) (Charleston, SC)

 

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Traffic Courses

May 14-16 | Drugged Driving Essentials

October 6-9 | Traffic Issues in the 21st Century

 

 

Tribal Courses

February 18-19 | Tribal Court Development - Fundamental Considerations for Tribal Leadership

February 25-26 | Tribal Code Development - TLOA, VAWA and Non-Indians

March 17-20 | Essential Skills for Tribal Court Judges

April 7-11 | Court Management for Tribal Court Judges and Personnel (JM 690)

May 5-8 | Advanced Tribal Bench Skills: Competence, Confidence and Control

May 13-14 | Tribal Court Development - Fundamental Considerations for Court Professionals

May 19-22 | Tribal Court Management of Alcohol and Drug Cases

June 9-10 | Pending and Declined Prosecutions in Indian Country: Coordinating with U.S. Attorneys

June 16-19 | Advanced Tribal Court Management

July 14-16 | ICRA: Protecting Rights in Tribal Court

July 21-24 | Handling Domestic Violence Cases in Tribal Court

August 25-26 | Tribal Code Development - Writing and Amending Codes

September 15-17 | Writing for Tribal Judges

 

 

Web Courses

February 10-March 28 | Selected Criminal Evidence Issues (Web)

March 10-April 25 | Evidence Challenges for Administrative Law Judges (Web)

April 7-May 23 | Handling Small Claims Effectively (Web)

June 2-July 18 | Ethics and Judging: Reaching Higher Ground (Web)

September 22-November 7 | Ethics for Administrative Law Judges (Web)

October 6-November 21 | Evidence Challenges for Administrative Law Judges (Web)

 

 

 

 

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