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In-person or online – you choose

We’re taking a hybrid approach to our fall lineup of courses. You can attend online or join us at our headquarters in Reno, Nevada, starting in August 2021. However you choose to attend, we look forward to seeing you.

The following courses will be offered both online and in person:

  • Administrative Law: Fair Hearing (August 15-21) in-person and online
  • Ethics, Fairness and Security in Your Courtroom and Community (October 4-7) in-person and online
  • Advanced Tribal Bench Skills (October 11-14) in-person and online
  • General Jurisdiction (October 18-28) in-person and online
  • Advanced Trial Skills: Conducting the Jury Trial (November 8-10) in-person and online

The following courses are offered in-person only:

Our off-site courses away from Reno are offered in-person only.

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