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Question of the Month

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More NJC alumni than not say they have felt pressure to decide a case a certain way. But all say they have resisted the pressure. Our emailed Question of the Month for January asked judges, “Have you ev...

Poll finds most judges have felt outside pressure to rule a certain way

More NJC alumni than not say they have felt pressure to decide a case a certain way. But all say they have resisted the pressure. Our emailed Question of the Month for January asked judges, “Have you ev...

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If you’re thinking about buying a book as a gift for a fellow judge this holiday season, here are more than 60 suggestions from NJC alumni. The recommendations, from 158 judges who responded to our Dece...

Here are the books recommended by judges to give to judges

If you’re thinking about buying a book as a gift for a fellow judge this holiday season, here are more than 60 suggestions from NJC alumni. The recommendations, from 158 judges who responded to our Dece...

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Our November Question of the Month asked NJC alumni if they think any judges should be appointed for life. The survey attracted 701 judges and 60 percent said no. It’s important to note that few of the ...

The majority of judges polled oppose lifetime appointments

Our November Question of the Month asked NJC alumni if they think any judges should be appointed for life. The survey attracted 701 judges and 60 percent said no. It’s important to note that few of the ...

serie of images representing a business man in silhouette walking trough different shaped door in concrete wall
Poll finds most judges have felt outside pressure to rule a certain way

A bookshelf containing volumes of books about Irish Law.
Here are the books recommended by judges to give to judges

United States Supreme Court Building in Washington DC, USA.
The majority of judges polled oppose lifetime appointments

Waiting in line and voting.
Judges think few voters know enough to make informed choices in judicial elections; but they aren’t high on published reviews either

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Survey: Nearly 9 out of 10 judges welcome ‘man’s best friend’ in court

Poll result: Judges don’t feel adequately protected

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