Supervising Education Specialist Needed

The Judicial Council of California is looking for a qualified individual to supervise a department consisting of seven education specialists who are responsible for developing and in many instances directly teaching courses for court staff, court management, court leadership, and Judicial…

Judicial Education Program Attorney Needed

The Judicial College of the Louisiana Supreme Court is currently seeking a qualified individual to handle researching, designing and implementing judicial education programs, to include the development of educators and/or faculty, the development of new curricula, and the evaluation of…

Updates from the 2014 NASJE Annual Conference

Toni Halleen, JD, presenting the Wednesday, August 6 Plenary Session: Think on the Spot: Effectiveness Under Pressure.

The 2014 NASJE Annual Conference is underway. Check here for pictures and updates from the conference.   Wednesday, August 6 The 2014 NASJE Annual Conference is wrapping up with a plenary session by Toni Halleen, JD, in which attendees are exploring how…

From the Editor

Well, the annual conference of the National Association of State Judicial Educators is upon us. To those of you who will be in Chicago next week for the conference, I want to say that I look forward to seeing you there.…

From the President (Spring 2014)

NASJE President Jill Goski

I’ve always been amazed at how much NASJE as a small professional organization accomplishes. However, until I joined the Board, much of the work and contributions were invisible and I didn’t realize what it takes to sustain NASJE and keep it flourishing into the future. My hope is that through a periodic update from the President, the work of the Board and efforts of NASJE members will be more visible. This update provides only a sample of the tremendous contributions over the past few months.