Upcoming Programs

June 25 - 28, 2017 (Louisville, Kentucky)

Enhancing Judicial Skills in Domestic Violence Cases Workshop

The workshop will address domestic violence topics using hypothetical case problems, role-play exercises, small group discussions, faculty demonstrations, and a working lunch. This highly interactive format enables judges from different jurisdictions and levels of experience to learn from one another.

August 13 - 16, 2017 (Minneapolis, Minnesota)

Enhancing Judicial Skills in Elder Abuse Cases Workshop

The workshop addresses elder abuse topics using hypothetical case problems, role-plays, small-group workshops, and faculty demonstrations. The highly interactive format enables judges and judicial officers from different jurisdictions and levels of experience to learn from one another as well as from faculty experts.

September 8 - 9, 2017 (Denver, Colorado)

CJS: Family Court Assignment Course

The CJS: Family Court Assignment Course is designed as a highly interactive small group seminars of twenty participants. This course focuses exclusively on judges who are assigned to the Family court assignment.

This program is pending approval.

September 28 - 29, 2017 (Boise, Idaho)

CJS: Civil Protection Order Court Assignment Course

The CJS: Civil Protection Order Court Assignment Course is designed as a highly interactive small group seminars of twenty participants.

November 6 - 8, 2017 (Phoenix, Arizona)

Judicial Institute on Teen Dating Violence

The workshop will address teen dating violence topics using hypothetical case problems, role-play exercises, small group discussions, and faculty demonstrations. This highly interactive format enables judges from different jurisdictions and levels of experience to learn from one another.

December 3 - 6, 2017 (Santa Fe, New Mexico)

Enhancing Judicial Skills in Domestic Violence Cases Workshop

The workshop will address domestic violence topics using hypothetical case problems, role-play exercises, small group discussions, faculty demonstrations, and a working lunch. This highly interactive format enables judges from different jurisdictions and levels of experience to learn from one another.