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Many judges wish they knew more about mental health. That was one of takeaways from our monthly one-question survey, which earlier this month asked NJC alumni to choose among 13 potential new courses. The on...

Here are the courses judges most wish the NJC would offer

Many judges wish they knew more about mental health. That was one of takeaways from our monthly one-question survey, which earlier this month asked NJC alumni to choose among 13 potential new courses. The on...

Nearly 9 out 10 NJC alumni responding to this month’s one-question survey said they do not employ summary jury trials. Various reasons were given, but the majority who left comments had never heard of the ...

Why summary jury trials haven’t caught on with most judges

Nearly 9 out 10 NJC alumni responding to this month’s one-question survey said they do not employ summary jury trials. Various reasons were given, but the majority who left comments had never heard of the ...

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Only about half of judges surveyed say religion comes up in their courts, but where it does, it comes up frequently. Our March Question of the Month asked NJC alumni if religion ever comes up in their...

Judging in faith-filled jurisdictions

Only about half of judges surveyed say religion comes up in their courts, but where it does, it comes up frequently. Our March Question of the Month asked NJC alumni if religion ever comes up in their...

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