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NCJ Number: 30897 Find in a Library
Title: EDUCATION OF JUDICIAL PERSONNEL - COALS TO NEWCASTLE?
Journal: CONNECTICUT LAW REVIEW  Volume:7  Issue:3  Dated:(SPRING 1975)  Pages:423-477
Author(s): F C CADY; G E COE
Corporate Author: University of Connecticut Law School
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 55
Sponsoring Agency: University of Connecticut Law School
West Hartford, CT 06107
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING FEDERAL AND STATE PROGRAMS FOR THE CONTIUING EDUCATION OF JUDGES AND LAW-TRAINED NON-JUDICIAL PERSONNEL SUCH AS PROSECUTORS, PUBLIC DEFENDERS, AND CLERKS OF THE COURT.
Abstract: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF EXISTING PROGRAMS ARE ADVANCED. AN ATTEMPT IS MADE TO PREDICT THE FUTURE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF A COMPETENT AND EFFECTIVE JUDICIARY AND COMPETENT SUPPORTING NON-JUDICIAL PERSONNEL.
Index Term(s): American Academy of Judicial Education; Court personnel; Federal Judicial Center; Institute for Judicial Administration; Judges; Judicial educational programs; National Center for State Courts (NCSC); National College of Juvenile Justice; National College of the State Judiciary; Professional in-service education; Prosecutors; Public defenders; State Judicial Educators Association
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