Court Management for Tribal Judges and Personnel

Tuition

1359

Conference Fee

329

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Course Location

Reno, NV

Course Fees

Tuition

$1359

Conference Fee

$329

Reno, NV

August 22, 2022 to August 25, 2022

The efficient administration of modern tribal justice systems requires a team of competent court personnel with the knowledge and skills to conduct a complex array of activities. This course will enhance the ability of judges and court administrators to evaluate the performance of their court in key performance areas (such as budgeting, calendaring, case management, and personnel administration) and develop practical approaches for making improvements. Judges and court administrators or court clerks responsible for court operations and management are encouraged to attend.

Tuition

Course $1359

Conference Fee $329

What will I learn?

During this course, you will learn to:

  • Identify the jurisdictional quandaries of Indian Country.
  • Explain the variety of administrative functions for which judges are responsible.
  • Determine how court administration impacts the court clerk’s office.
  • Identify standards for proper handling of all court records.
  • Explain what a budget is and identify different budget objectives.
  • Recognize techniques for managing trials.
  • Identify caseflow management concepts.
  • Recognize the benefits of enhanced procedural fairness.
  • Develop a strategic plan to improve customer service and public access in your court.
  • Identify common behaviors and attitudes that may lead to ethics complaints against court personnel.

Who should attend?

Judges and Court Administrators or Court Clerks who are responsible for court operations and management may attend.

Who are the members of the faculty?

Members of the faculty include Judges and Court Administrators from around Indian Country. Additional Faculty includes instructors who are fluent in technology, case management, action planning and writing.

How is this course taught?

The course uses a “show, tell, do” format for skills development. Active class participation is encouraged.

What should I tell my presiding judge or funding agency so that my attendance will be approved?

An effective court system incorporates able budgeting practices, prompt and accurate case administration as well as competently trained personnel which in turn provides your community with a respected and trustworthy tribal justice system.

Whom should I contact for more information?

For more information, please contact the Registrar’s Office at (800) 255-8343 or registrar@judges.org.

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The efficient administration of modern tribal justice systems requires a team of competent court personnel with the knowledge and skills to conduct a complex array of activities. This course will enhance the ability of judges and court administrators to evaluate the performance of their court in key performance areas (such as budgeting, calendaring, case management, and personnel administration) and develop practical approaches for making improvements. Judges and court administrators or court clerks responsible for court operations and management are encouraged to attend.

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