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?
The vast majority of cases are conducted away from the spotlight and can be managed in a routine manner. When a high-profile case arrives in your court, all of that changes.
Bill Robinson was an inspiration to many
Please honor Bill Robinson for his lifelong commitment to the rule of law and the judiciary by contributing to a legacy endowment that will provide scholarships for ABA Judicial Division members to attend courses at
The National Judicial College and the National Tribal Judicial Center received a $5,000 grant from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, a federally recognized sovereign Indian tribe located southwest of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota.