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WHAT: Washoe County Judge Frances Doherty (Ret.) will read Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor’s autobiographical children’s book “Turning Pages, My Life Story” to 15 fifth-grade students from Reno'...

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WHAT: Washoe County Judge Frances Doherty (Ret.) will read Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor’s autobiographical children’s book “Turning Pages, My Life Story” to 15 fifth-grade students from Reno'...

WHAT: Judging the Book by More Than Its Cover: A Symposium on Juries, Implicit Bias, and the Justice System’s Response WHEN: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, March 12, 2020 WHERE: Eaton Hotel ...

Symposium in Washington, D.C., will examine ways to prevent bias in jury decisions

WHAT: Judging the Book by More Than Its Cover: A Symposium on Juries, Implicit Bias, and the Justice System’s Response WHEN: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, March 12, 2020 WHERE: Eaton Hotel ...

WHO: Judge Benes Aldana, President of The National Judicial College WHAT: As part of National Judicial Outreach Week, President Benes Aldana will read Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor’s au...

President Aldana reads to local students for Judicial Outreach Week

WHO: Judge Benes Aldana, President of The National Judicial College WHAT: As part of National Judicial Outreach Week, President Benes Aldana will read Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor’s au...

Symposium in Washington, D.C., will examine ways to prevent bias in jury decisions

President Aldana reads to local students for Judicial Outreach Week

Elko Justice of the Peace Elias Goicoechea and Judge Teri Feasel meet with the children from Boys and Girls Club of Elko County

National Judicial College receives $750,000 grant to support tribal judiciaries

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ABA President Judy Perry Martinez speaking at The National Judicial College

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