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At least six years, but nearly half of judges think the prerequisite should be 10 years. That’s the verdict from our monthly one-question survey emailed to NJC alumni. Sent out just after Labor Day, thi...

Here’s how much trial experience judges think an attorney should have before taking the bench

At least six years, but nearly half of judges think the prerequisite should be 10 years. That’s the verdict from our monthly one-question survey emailed to NJC alumni. Sent out just after Labor Day, thi...

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Our August question of the month asked NJC alumni, “Do you think civil jury trials are headed for extinction?” Despite the fact that juries now decide fewer than 0.5 percent of all civil filings in most ...

Wishful thinking? Most judges refuse to believe that now-rare civil jury trials will disappear entirely

Our August question of the month asked NJC alumni, “Do you think civil jury trials are headed for extinction?” Despite the fact that juries now decide fewer than 0.5 percent of all civil filings in most ...

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The College’s Question of the Month for June 2018 asked judges if they give special instructions to jurors to guard against unconscious bias. Most do not, according to the poll. One anonymous respondent ...

One judge’s warning against bias

The College’s Question of the Month for June 2018 asked judges if they give special instructions to jurors to guard against unconscious bias. Most do not, according to the poll. One anonymous respondent ...

Here’s how much trial experience judges think an attorney should have before taking the bench

Wishful thinking? Most judges refuse to believe that now-rare civil jury trials will disappear entirely

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