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ADA Compliance Accessible Handicap Directional Sign with symbol

The majority of judges appear to think their court is adequately equipped to serve people with disabilities, but many see problems, especially in older courthouses.   November’s Question of th...

Here’s how many judges think their courthouses measure up to accessibility standards

The majority of judges appear to think their court is adequately equipped to serve people with disabilities, but many see problems, especially in older courthouses.   November’s Question of th...

Supreme Court 2022
Supreme Court 2022

This month’s one-question survey asked NJC alumni what they thought of a proposed alternative to what have become hyper-partisan battles over U.S. Supreme Court nominations. The idea: Eliminate lifetime...

Judges pan the idea of a Supreme Court built by random selection

This month’s one-question survey asked NJC alumni what they thought of a proposed alternative to what have become hyper-partisan battles over U.S. Supreme Court nominations. The idea: Eliminate lifetime...

Young adults participating in hybrid learning
Young adults participating in hybrid learning

We asked NJC alumni this month if they prefer to get their judicial education in person or online. In-person won with a small majority, 57 percent to 43 percent. But it was clear from the nearly 200 comme...

Judges say they prefer taking classes in person but often can’t

We asked NJC alumni this month if they prefer to get their judicial education in person or online. In-person won with a small majority, 57 percent to 43 percent. But it was clear from the nearly 200 comme...

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