Judicial Division Events

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When Justice Fails: Threats to the Independence of the Judiciary

December 9-12, 2019, Montgomery, AL - An independent judiciary is constantly under criticism by politicians, segments of the public, and the media. Join us in the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement as we explore historic and current conflicts between law and conscience. This course provides the intellectual tools to recognize potential threats and emphasizes the importance of maintaining an independent judiciary. Scheduled to present is Bryan Stevenson, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, widely acclaimed public interest lawyer, and best-selling author of Just Mercy.

$500 Judicial Scholarship Eligible

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13th Annual Arbitration Training Institute

March 9-10, 2020, Phoenix, AZ - The Section of Dispute Resolution's two-day course provides a thorough look at the entire arbitration process from the perspective of all participants - arbitrators, in-house counsel and advocates. Jammed with useable information as well as opportunities to interact with leading arbitrators and advocates. Featuring talks by a federal judge on what he looks for when reviewing an Award and from AAA counsel on how arbitrators get into trouble. JD members get a discounted rate by selecting Cooperating Organization when registering

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Recorded Program Library

The Judicial Division is dedicated to providing new, innovative and cutting-edge programs to advance the judicial administration and provide skill development to its members. Members have access to complimentary past program recordings.

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Judicial Division Calendar

Access the meeting dates and times of Judicial Division and Conference meetings of their respective executive committees and committees.

Pro Bono Coaching Program

If you are interested in learning about the personal and professional benefits of pro bono appellate practice, the Council of Appellate Lawyers has a new program for you. The CAL Pro Bono Coaching Program matches interested CAL members with experienced appellate counsel who have specific knowledge about pro bono appeals. This program is available for CAL Members only.

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