- Web Courses
The NJC’s Web-based courses allow participants to study at any time and interact with many judges from around the country in a collegial online atmosphere. Expert faculty members will challenge participants with self-tests, assignments, and reading that can be completed anywhere a judge has access to an Internet-ready computer. Each course will meet for at least two prescheduled Web conferences hosted by the faculty.
2013 Web Courses
February 11-March 29 | Selected Criminal Evidence Issues (Web)
March 4-April 19 | Evidence Challenges for Administrative Law Judges (Web)
April 8-May 24 | Handling Small Claims Cases Effectively (Web)
June 3-July 19 | Ethics and Judging: Reaching Higher Ground (Web)
September 9-October 25 | Special Considerations for the Rural Court Judge (Web)
September 23-November 8 | Ethics, Bias and the Administrative Law Judge (Web)
October 7-November 22 | Evidence Challenges for Administrative Law Judges (Web)
For more information contact Joseph Sawyer at (800) 25-JUDGE
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