Judicial Renaissance III

Tuition & Conference Fee

2850

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Deadline to register is June 1, 2023

Course Location

Athens, Greece

Course Fees

Tuition & Conference Fee

$2850

Athens, Greece

September 4, 2023 to September 7, 2023

During Judicial Renaissance, judges rediscover the foundations of justice as embodied within the scope of lasting human achievements.

Previous Judicial Renaissances have been held in Bordeaux, France, and Seoul, South Korea.

Greece has been called the Cradle of Western Civilization and Athens the birthplace of democracy. Socrates famously described the four essential qualities of being a good judge as, “To hear courteously; to answer wisely; to consider soberly; and to decide impartially.”

Tuition covers course fees, a cultural activity and group dinner, and breakfast and lunches. Tuition does not include airfare, lodging or other dinners.

Tuition

Tuition & Conference Fee $2850

This course may be eligible for 34 CJE credit hours. Due to the international scope of this course, and collaboration with other international schools of judicial training, NJC cannot predict the number of CLE/CJE credits that will be approved by your state.
For more information, contact the Registrar’s Office at (775) 784-6747.

Registration fee includes: tuition fees, cultural activity (including dinner), lunches. Registration does not include: airfare, lodging or dinner (except for the social activity).

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Previous Judicial Renaissances have been held in Bordeaux, France, and Seoul, South Korea.

Greece has been called the Cradle of Western Civilization and Athens the birthplace of democracy. Socrates famously described the four essential qualities of being a good judge as, “To hear courteously; to answer wisely; to consider soberly; and to decide impartially.”

Tuition covers course fees, a cultural activity and group dinner, and breakfast and lunches. Tuition does not include airfare, lodging or other dinners.

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