Who should attend?Any judges who hear traffic cases, or anticipate they will preside over a traffic docket in the future. Traffic issues affect all cases universally, thus it is always beneficial for a judge to be well-versed in the most pressing topics which are occurring today, and know how to manage the issues in an […]
Faculty: Judge J. Wesley Saint Clair (ret) joined JAMS Mediation, Arbitration and ADR Services after a sterling 30-year career as a judge in the King County court system. Initially as a District Court judge and then as a Superior court judge, a court of general jurisdiction. As a trial judge, Judge Saint Clair presided over thousands […]
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Why should I take this course? Each and every day, judges are called upon to make decisions that affect the lives of the persons coming before them. This course familiarizes you with many of the factors that affect the judicial decision making process and assists you in analyzing your own thinking and style. During the […]
This course may be eligible 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. Registration fee includes: tuition fees, cultural activity (including a dinner), lunches. Registration does not include: […]
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Why should I take this course? The techniques developed in this course will positively impact the judge’s communication and dispute resolution skills on and off the bench. This is a thorough and interactive, hands-on course that combines theory with practice. Participants act as mediators in simulated sessions and receive feedback on their performance. For those […]
Co-Lead Faculty:Hon. Robert J. TorresHon. Shannon Bacon
Why should I take this course?The Fourth Amendment is the most implicated constitutional protection. It is also the most litigated. Accordingly, judges frequently have to rule on objections and motions concerning the Fourth Amendment. What is a search? When does a seizure occur? What are the types of searches and seizures? What interests are protected […]