Nevada Sagebrush has Q & A with Nevada Supreme Court Justices Michael Cherry, Michael Douglas and Mark Gibbons at The NJC
Nevada Supreme Court Justices Michael Cherry, Michael Douglas and Mark Gibbons heard oral arguments at The NJC on Wednesday, September 14th 2016. A reporter from the Nevada Sagebrush (a student news publication at the University of Nevada, Reno,
By Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson III, Chair, Board of Trustees (2016-17), National Judicial College
As chair of the Board of Trustees of the National Judicial College (NJC) for 2016-17, I am privileged and very enthused to have this special leadership opportunity to work closely with my fellow trustees, our President Chad Schmucker, our excellent faculty and experienced staff, to advocate for the importance of providing judicial education to judges across the nation and around the world. We fully embrace the NJC’s philosophy that a better educated judiciary is a key pillar upholding the Rule of Law.
Ethical Issues in the Law: A Novel Approach – an NJC off-site course being held in Ashland, OR this week – was recently featured in The Ashland Daily Tidings. The story highlights a unique aspect of the course’s curriculum. Check out the link below to read the story! Thanks to the Ashland Daily Tidings for the coverage, and to NJC faculty member Hon. Judith Ann Lanzinger (The Supreme Court of Ohio) for leading this wonderful course.
Senior Judge Barbara Harcourt received the National Center for State Courts’ (NCSC) Distinguished Service Award on July 12.
The award is presented annually to those who have made significant contributions to the justice system and who
The Minnesota Department of Human Services has the following employment opportunity available.
Full posting available here.
The National Judicial College will offer an all-time record of 18 courses across the country in 2017. This is a significant increase from the number of off-site courses offered in previous years, highlighting our commitment to providing affordable and accessible judicial education. With this increase, we hope to extend our reach and educate as many judges as possible.