2014 Conference – Chicago

How the Courts Failed Germany

Dr. William Meinecke and Mr. Marcus Appelbaum of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum presented a thought provoking session on Nazi history as it applied to Germany’s judicial system before and during WWII.

The Fundamentals of Our Profession

On Sunday, August 2, 2014, a handful of eager judicial educators and several judges attended the day-long preconference session The Fundamentals of Our Profession. Most participants were newer to the field and/or this was their first time attending the annual National Association of State Judicial Educators Conference (NASJE), while a few were experienced and were attending the preconference session as a refresher.

Fruitvale Station: A Review and Discussion

Fruitvale Station

by Nancy Smith, Field Trainer, Pima County Superior Court, Tucson The film Fruitvale Station is a film any judicial educator could use as a basis for a serious discussion of racism in America. The film illustrates the chasms that separate…

2014 Conference – Chicago

NASJE-2014

Save the date! The 2014 NASJE Annual Conference will be held in Chicago, Illinois, August 3-6, 2014. Conference topics will include: the Fundamentals course; NASJE Curriculum Designs; Diversity Education; Leadership & Court Staff Development; Experiential Learning: Exploring Chicago’s Social Movement History; and more.

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