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RENO, Nev. (July 20, 2020) — In an unscientific poll taken earlier this month by The National Judicial College, 65 percent of 634 judges who responded said they believe systemic racism exists wit...

Survey of judges says the majority believe the criminal justice system suffers from racism

RENO, Nev. (July 20, 2020) — In an unscientific poll taken earlier this month by The National Judicial College, 65 percent of 634 judges who responded said they believe systemic racism exists wit...

COVID-19

A survey of hundreds of judges nationally found that the majority percentage don’t feel adequately prepared to make judicial decisions involving the coronavirus or a similar public health emergency. The...

Poll finds judges don’t feel prepared to deal with COVID-19

A survey of hundreds of judges nationally found that the majority percentage don’t feel adequately prepared to make judicial decisions involving the coronavirus or a similar public health emergency. The...

As part of a new Artown event, children from the local Boys and Girls Club and the Big Brothers & Big Sisters program will gather in the Model Courtroom of The National Judicial College during two days i...

Reno-area judges to read Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s life story to kids in a courtroom

As part of a new Artown event, children from the local Boys and Girls Club and the Big Brothers & Big Sisters program will gather in the Model Courtroom of The National Judicial College during two days i...

Survey of judges says the majority believe the criminal justice system suffers from racism

COVID-19
Poll finds judges don’t feel prepared to deal with COVID-19

Reno-area judges to read Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s life story to kids in a courtroom

National expert on labor and employment law elected chair of the board of The National Judicial College

Poll finds judges believe they should speak out against threats to judicial independence

Nation's first college for judges announces first-ever course to help lawyers become judges

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