Starting next month, Judicial Edge will be customized to serve different judge types

We’re making changes to make Judicial Edge more relevant to you.

Starting next month, if you’re a military judge, a tribal judge or an administrative law judge, you will receive a special version of JE with extra content tailored to your judge type.

Other kinds of judges, such as state trial and appellate and special court judges—and all other people who subscribe to this monthly newsletter—will continue to receive Judicial Edge’s usual assortment of thought-provoking and practical content geared to all judge types.

We are recruiting experts from each judge category to suggest content for the new customized versions of Judicial Edge. Email us at njc-communications@judges.org if you’d like to volunteer to be on any of these consulting teams (specify military, tribal, administrative law or state trial/appellate/special).

We’ll have periodic conference calls with the consulting teams, but mostly we’re looking for people to contact us whenever an idea comes to mind for something that would interest judges like you.

As always, if you ever have a suggestion for how we can improve Judicial Edge, don’t hesitate to call or write to me directly.

Thank you for reading and for supporting The National Judicial College.

Ed Cohen
Director of Communications/Marketing


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