Certificate Program Requirements

Administrative Law Adjudication Skills

The following is required:

  • Administrative Law: Fair Hearing

Two of the following are required:

  • Administrative Law: Advanced
  • Administrative Law: High Volume
  • Administrative Law: Utility Regulatory Adjudication
  • Administrative Law: Unemployment Compensation
  • Administrative Law: Workers’ Compensation
  • Logic and Opinion Writing
  • Judicial Writing

After completing the requirements, any additional courses from the list above may be applied as elective courses (5 credits each).

Elective Courses

20 elective credits are required.

  • Administrative Law (extension courses) 2.5 credits (must have approval; only one applies)
  • Advanced Evidence 5 credits
  • Advanced Mediation: Practical Skills and Techniques 2.5 credits
  • Best Practices in Handling Cases with Self-Represented Litigants 5 credits
  • Building a Bias-Free Environment in Your Court 2.5 credits
  • Case Management 5 credits
  • Civil Mediation 5 credits
  • Comparative Law Program 5 credits
  • Computer Uses for Judges 5 credits
  • Decision Making 5 credits
  • Dispute Resolution Skills 5 credits
  • Effective Caseflow Management 5 credits
  • Enhancing Judicial Bench 5 credits
  • Essential Skills for the Unemployment Adjudicator: A Web-Based Course 2.5 credits
  • Ethical Issues in the Law: A Novel Approach 5 credits
  • Ethics and Judging: Reaching Higher Ground: A Web-Based Course 2.5 credits
  • Ethics for the Administrative Law Judge: A Web-Based Course 2.5 credits
  • Ethics, Fairness and Security in Your Courtroom and Community 5.0 credits
  • Ethics for Judges 2.5 credits
  • Ethics for the Adminisrative Law Judge 2.5 Credits
  • Evidence Challenges for Administrative Law Judges 2.5 credits
  • Fundamentals of Evidence 5 credits
  • Fundamentals of Evidence: Web-Based 2.5 credits
  • Impaired Driving Case Essentials 5 credits
  • Judicial Decision Making 5 credits
  • Judicial Philosophy and American Law 5 credits
  • Judging in the Digital Age: Conquering Discovery and Admission of Electronically Stored Information 2.5 credits
  • Law and Literature 5 credits
  • Law and Popular Culture 5 credits
  • Management Skills for Presiding Judges 5 credits
  • Managing Complex Litigation 5 credits
  • Mediation for Administrative Law Judges 5 credits
  • Mindfulness for Judges 5 credits
  • Scientific Evidence and Expert Testimony 5 credits
  • Sentencing Motor Vehicle Law Offenders 5 credits
  • Settlement Techniques 2.5 credits
  • The U.S. Constitution and the Development of American Law 5 credits
  • The U.S. Constitution and the Development of Legal Philosophy 5 credits
  • Today’s Justice: The Historic Bases 5 credits
  • Traffic Adjudication for Administrative Law Judges 5 credits
  • Traffic Issues in the 21st Century 5 credits
  • When Justice Fails: Threats to the Independence of the Judiciary 5 credits