Edwin Lewis Presley, an alumnus and faculty member and a former Texas Municipal Court judge, passed away at his home in Benbrook, Texas, in December.
Dear Model Code:
Am I allowed to let the public know that I’m a member of a particular political party?
Judge Possibly a Partier
Robert L. Parks, a member of the NJC’s Board of Trustees, was named Plaintiff Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Florida Chapters of the American Board of Trial Advocates.
NJC alumnus and faculty member Gregory D. Smith was named 2017 Outstanding Municipal Court Judge by the Tennessee Municipal Judges Conference. Smith will be presented the annual honor at a conference in August.
Only twice in the NJC’s 54-year history has the College exceeded 1,000 enrollments for tuition-based (paid) courses by the end of May. With 930 and counting, that milestone is within reach.
Are jurors using their cell phones to comment on the trial on social media or look up facts to help them render a more-informed verdict?