Monthly Archives: January 2011

Juvenile Court Users’ Research and Technical Assistance Project

The Judicial Council of California – Administrative Office of the Courts is dedicated to improving the quality of justice and services to meet the diverse needs of children, youth, families, and self-represented litigants in the California courts. One of the projects created to help improve the quality of justice provided is the Juvenile Court Users’ Research and Technical Assistance Project.

Money, Budgets, and Judicial Education – Summer 1991

As states courts across the country face continuing budget shortfalls, it is interesting to look back to this article published in the Summer 1991 issue to see how judicial educators dealt with cutbacks 20 years ago. Money, Budgets, and Judicial…

Transitions – Winter 2011

Please join us in welcoming the following new NASJE members: Ms. Pam Jordan Anderson, Senior Attorney, Florida Supreme Court, Office of the State Court Administrator, Tallahassee, FL Ms. Julie Binter, Training Specialist, Arizona Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Court,…

From the President – Winter 2011

Since the last NASJE News a few exciting things have happened. Thanks to the work of the Newsletter and Technology Committees, our newsletter website has a new look and feel. The site is easier to maintain and update, along with…

NASJE Southeast Regional Newsletter

Director’s Message from Susan Morley Dear Southeast Region Members, As promised, this Fall newsletter is designed to update you and continue the tradition established last year by Marty Sullivan. Here in Florida, we are welcoming the end of hurricane season…

Thiagi Gameletter

November issue of Thiagi GameLetter You can read it by visiting http://thiagi.com/pfp/IE4H/november2010.html . Here are the contents of this issue: HUMOR IN PRESENTATIONS, a double-exposure activity that analyzes video recordings of effective lectures. A live online learning activity that uses…

NASJE Western Region CONFERENCE

MARCH 2-3, 2011 in SAN FRANCISCO Eight Informative Education Sessions Judicial Branch Leadership Education Roundtable Innovative Products Poster Session Tips to Engage Learners Incorporating Fairness Topics into Your Courses Lights, Camera, Action! (Studio Tour) Evidence Based Sentencing Curriculum PowerPoint: Beyond…

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

by Laura Nagle Brain damage caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol can result in behaviors that increase an individual’s likelihood of becoming involved in the justice system. This article will provide a foundation of knowledge about the effects alcohol can…

Judicial Balance

A publication of the Judicial Conference of Indiana, Judicial Balance includes stories and insights. Please visit http://www.in.gov/judiciary/balance/ for all the latest and archived issues of Judicial Balance. The January 2011 issue contains the following articles: Go Play The Black Hole…

Highway Safety Funds Help Educate Judges

by Hon Karl B. Grube, Senior Judge, St. Petersburg, Florida September and October were bountiful months for traffic law-related judicial education in Arkansas. The first brought over 100 Arkansas District Court Judges to Hot Springs for a 2 ½ day…

NCJFCJ Makes Training Available for the States

Let NCJFCJ fund a comprehensive training for your state on the topic of How to Handle the Intricacies of Juvenile & Family Law Cases. Funding can cover the costs of faculty, staff, and program materials. NCJFCJ will work with your…

SJI News

The January 2011 edition of the E-SJI News is now available on the SJI website. Key highlights: Board Approves Grants for 1st Quarter Senate Confirms Three New Board Members New Mexico Interpreter and Language Access Partnership