2014 NJC NEWS

NJC Announces 2015 Course Offerings 7/01/14

National Association of Hearing Officials Professional Development Conference Nov. 16–19 in Charleston, SC 7/01/14

NJC Faculty Member A.B. Majeed Honored with Street Dedication in Florida 6/27/14

Job Announcement: District Court Judge, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Indians 5/23/14

Faculty Member Diane Humetewa Becomes First American Indian Woman Federal Judge 5/19/14

NJC Hosts Access to Justice Event with Tennessee Supreme Court and Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission 4/17/14

Smart Prosecution Initiative FY 2014 Competitive Grant Announcement 3/25/14

The National Center for DWI Courts and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to Recognize El Paso County's DWI Drug Court Intervention and Treatment Program as One of Only Four National Academy Courts 3/21/14

NJC Launches 2014 Ambassador Scholarship Program 3/16/14

First Public Hearing of Task Force Examines Impact of Violence on American Indian and Alaska Native Children; Second Public Hearing Set for February 2/6/14

FY 2014 CTAS Purpose Area Webinars 2/5/14

NJC Mourns the Loss of Beloved Faculty Member and Lifetime Advocate for Justice 2/3/14

CTAS Applicant Webinar Announcement 1/23/14

Essential and Advanced Skills for Tribal Court Judges 1/15/14

The Fourth Amendment: Comprehensive Search and Seizure Training for Trial Judges 1/14/14

The Self-Represented Litigant in Your Court - a Quandary 1/13/14

 

2013 NJC NEWS

Logic and Opinion Writing at the NJC this Spring 12/16/13

Job Position: Staff Attorney, Yurok Tribe 12/13/13

APPA Scholarships Available for Tribal Issues Committee Meeting in Texas 12/12/13

Justice Gary Graber Receives 2013 Kevin E. Quinlan Award for Traffic Safety 12/11/13

Considerations for Implementing Enhanced Sentencing Authority: The Tribal Law and Order Act: Readiness to Implement Changes in Your Tribal Court 12/5/13

Pre-Grant Application Webinar: Project TEAM: Helping Tribes and State/Local Governments Create Joint Jurisdiction Collaborations 11/26/13

Tribal Court and Code Development Courses for 2014 11/24/13

Conducting the Trial Back for 2014 11/23/13

Contribute to Research in the Field of Justice 11/22/13

New NJC Publication Focuses on Pretrial Justice Issues 11/21/13

New Course: Advanced Skills for Appellate Judges 11/18/13

Michigan SCT Funds Peacemaker Court in Washtenaw County (Judge Tim Connors) 11/5/13

NCJA Webinar: Strengthening Court Systems: Understanding State and Federal Resources 10/24/13

Hon. Vlavianos Honored by The Century Council 10/17/13

Free BJA and SJI Webcasts 10/15/13

Job Opening: Administrative Law Advisor 10/6/13

Free Online Sessions in October 2013 10/7/13

131st Jackson Lecture to Feature Hon. Amy Davenport of Vermont 10/4/13

Job Opening: Human Services Judge in St. Paul, MN 9/30/13

The Board of Trustees Announce that the NJC has Selected a New President 9/17/13

Judge Explores Court Supervision Continuum for Offenders with Co-Occurring Disorders 9/16/13

The NJC Remembers Faculty Member and Friend, Judge Amy Karan 9/13/13

Open Positions: Ponca Tribe of Nebraska 9/9/13

Tribal Indigent Defense Training and Technical Assistance Available 8/22/13

NJC Presents Complex Commercial/Business Court Cases course 8/22/13

Contribute to Research in the Field of Justice 8/22/13

Child Support Income Withholding – Your Input is Requested 8/21/13

Considering a Career as a Mediator? 8/20/13

NJC publishes Principles of an Effective Criminal Justice Response to the Challenges and Needs of Drug-Involved Individuals 8/19/13

Reno Newspaper Highlights the NJC's 50th Anniversary 8/16/13

Free Online Sessions in August 2013 7/31/13

Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Request for Proposal for Judicial Services 7/24/13

American Probation and Parole Association Webinars 7/20/13

NJC's 2014 Course Preview Now Available Online 7/19/13

NAHO Professional Development Conference in St. Paul, Minnesota 7/17/13

Jumpstart Your Judicial Career with General Jurisdiction 7/16/13

Treating Invisible Wounds: The Rise of Veteran Treatment Courts Webinar 7/12/13

Hon. W. Terry Ruckriegle Featured in Colorado Lawyer 7/3/13

Free Sentencing Sex Offenders Webcasts 7/2/13

The NJC Remembers Justice System Champion Dwight D. Opperman 6/26/13

APPA Call for Presenters for Winter Training Institute in Houston, Texas 6/24/13

Challenging Family Law Cases: Immigration 6/14/13

NJC's Flagship Course on How to Manage a Capital Case in San Antonio 6/13/13

Webinar Announcement: Alternatives to Incarceration in Indian Country Thursday, June 20, 2013 - 3:00-4:30pm (EDT) 6/13/13

Announcing the Tribal Forensic Healthcare Training Project 6/12/13

2nd Annual Electronic Discovery Summit for State Court Judges 6/6/13

The Unique Role of Judges in Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts: A Webinar 5/31/13

American Judicature Society Seeks Nominations for the Toni House Journalism Award 5/30/13

Job Opening: Human Services Judge, St. Paul, MN 5/28/13

Katherine K. MacDonald, Administrative Law Judge, Receives Judicial Officer of the Year Award 5/24/13

Improving Courtroom Communication Project 5/16/13

Investigating and Prosecuting Public Corruption and Financial Crime in Indian Country Seminar 5/15/13

Challenging Family Law Cases: Business Valuations 5/13/13

Hon. Calvin D. Hawkins Lectures at the NJC for a Delegation from Taiwan 5/10/13

APPA 2013 Annual Training Institute in Baltimore, MD 4/26/13

What Every Judge Needs to Know About Co-Occurring Disorders 4/24/13

Delegation from Kazakhstan Visits the NJC for a Live Webcast about Human Trafficking 4/23/13

The National Judicial College Recognized as The Northern Nevada International Center’s 2013 Global Corporate Citizen 4/22/13

There's Still Time to Register! Child Abuse Investigations Training 4/18/13

130th Jackson Lecture Features Abe Krash, Retired Arnold & Porter Partner and part of the Gideon v. Wainwright Landmark Case 4/12/13

Tribal Court Trial Advocacy Training Program - Two Locations! 4/11/13

Judicial Writing to be Held this Summer 4/5/13

Interested in improving judicial responses to individuals with mental illnesses in your state’s criminal courts? 4/4/13

Courts Continue to Seek Improved Practices in Cases with Self-Represented Litigants 4/3/13

American Indian Justice Conference in Albuquerque, NM 3/22/13

Video Tells Story of Federal Indian Law in Alaska 3/21/13

Scientific Evidence and Expert Testimony 3/20/13

Logic and Opinion Writing 3/19/13

An Interview with Christine Folsom Smith About Special Courts 3/18/13

Administrative Law: Advanced at Widener School of Law 3/17/13

Free Online Sessions in March 2013 3/6/13

House Passes Violence Against Women Act 3/5/13

Training Opportunity for Tribal Probation Officers 3/5/13

Preventing and Addressing Sexual Abuse in Tribal Detention Facilities:  The Impact of the Prison Rape Elimination Act 2/22/13

Council of State Governments Justice Center Releases Developing a Mental Health Court: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum 2/15/13

What You Don’t Know Can Hurt…the Public 2/15/13

American Bar Association Presents its 2013 Spirit of Excellence Award to Two NJC Colleagues 2/14/13

President William F. Dressel and the Board of Trustees Announce that The National Judicial College is Seeking a new President 2/5/13

Current Issues in the Law to Feature Roundtable with Mark Shields, Reception and a Phillies Baseball Game 2/2/13

Nationally Known Columnist and Commentator Mark Shields
to Moderate Roundtable at the Philadelphia Symposium
2/1/13

TCAP Tribal Wellness Conference, March 13-15, 2013 1/16/13

NJC Faculty Member Confirmed by the United States Senate 1/14/13

NCJFCJ Holds Judicial Institute on Family Law 1/9/13

Ph.D. Program Sees Two Graduates in 2012 1/2/13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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