Artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, crypto currency, personal privacy in the age of the “internet of things” – what do you know about these things? Enough to do your job as a judge?
The NJC is coming to Washington, D.C., the week of December 10 for these huge events:
- A four-day course for judges on Contemporary Threats to Judicial Independence and Freedom of the Press
Congratulations to the following judges who are either new to the bench or have recently been elected or appointed to a new position. They are listed alphabetically by state.
By Dana Sullivan Kilroy
Judge Tracy Edward “Ted” Page, the longtime NJC instructor who was shot and killed at his home in northwest Indiana in August, will be remembered as a fun-loving attorney with an encyclopedic knowledge
Judge V. Robert Payant, who joined the faculty in 1973, didn’t stop teaching until 2008, and served as chief executive officer of the College from 1990 until he retired in 1999, passed away on Tuesday,
Professor Monica K. Miller, who teaches in the joint NJC/University of Nevada, Reno Judicial Studies Program, contributed a chapter on implicit bias to a newly released bench book on the subject.