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A survey released last month found that 93 percent of the public agrees that the United States has a civility problem, and nearly three-quarters say the problem has gotten worse in recent years....

Question of the Month: Civility in the Courtroom

A survey released last month found that 93 percent of the public agrees that the United States has a civility problem, and nearly three-quarters say the problem has gotten worse in recent years....

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If you could change one thing about being a judge, what would it be? Check back on or after March 7th for survey results and responses.

Question of the Month: If you could change one thing…

If you could change one thing about being a judge, what would it be? Check back on or after March 7th for survey results and responses.

Our February Question of the Month asked judges if they believe the judiciary is, in practice, a coequal branch of the government, as the Constitution envisions. The overwhelming opinion of the NJC alum...

Survey: Judges no longer feel the judiciary is a ‘coequal’ branch

Our February Question of the Month asked judges if they believe the judiciary is, in practice, a coequal branch of the government, as the Constitution envisions. The overwhelming opinion of the NJC alum...

Question of the Month: Civility in the Courtroom

Question of the Month: If you could change one thing…

Survey: Judges no longer feel the judiciary is a ‘coequal’ branch

Trial by fire: Most judges take the bench with zero judicial education, according to survey

Did you receive formal judicial education before you heard your first case?

Judges deliver verdict on Miracle on 34th Street ruling

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