- Seminar Series
2013 Seminar Series Courses
March 4-7 | When Justice Fails: Threats to the Independence of the Judiciary (JS 644) (Washington, D.C.)
April 8-11 | Current Issues in the Law (Philadelphia, PA)
April 22-25 | Judicial Philosophy and American Law (Key West, FL)
May 20-23 | Evidence in a Courtroom Setting (JS 633) (Seattle, WA)
June 10-13 | Administrative Law: Advanced (JS 649) (Wilmington, DE)
November 4-7 | Handling Capital Cases (JS 623) (San Antonio, TX)
November 18-21 | Advanced Evidence (JS 617) (San Diego, CA)
These NJC courses are held at desirable locations, close to America’s cultural and natural treasures, and are sure to attract participants from across the nation.The NJC Seminar Series is taught by experts in their fields of study and offers an enriching and stimulating experience. Designed for professional and personal growth, our seminars cover subject areas that are relevant to today’s service on the bench. These courses offer an excellent opportunity to explore unique issues in a motivating, collegial format. We’re sure you will find our seminars to be an excellent value which will compliment your current career training.
Who Should Attend?
The 2013 NJC Seminar Series is designed specifically for:
• Members of the judiciary seeking practical solutions and insight on current judicial issues.
• Judges seeking a condensed program of study covering topics relevant to today’s courts.
• Judicial education professionals considering a course of study for state education programs.
• Judges wanting to explore new judicial topics in a collegial atmosphere designed to promote personal and professional growth.
Classes begin on Monday with a reception on Monday night. Classes are held from 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m. each day. Classes end at 4 p.m. on Thursday. Please book flights to ensure that no sessions are missed. For a full schedule, contact the NJC registrar at (800) 25-JUDGE or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty members are career legal professionals and have been chosen for their depth of knowledge, teaching skills and real-world orientation.
For more information contact the Registrar's Office at (800) 25-JUDGE