Judicial Division Events

Upcoming Division events, CLE, and programs

FREE Webinars Sponsored by Judicial Division

Courtroom Tools for Addressing Human Trafficking, Domestic and Sexual Violence, and Child Exploitation in the Time of COVID-19

This webinar, co-sponsored by the JD, will explore current international dynamics at place in the trafficking of human beings, the local perspective of how trafficking manifests itself in communities and local agencies responses, the ways in which we can improve services to victims, and what is taking place in our courts.

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The Anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment

The Complex and Courageous Campaign for Women's Suffrage and Parity in Our Democracy

Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment Friday, October 23, 2020 Location: University of South Carolina School of Law Columbia, SC. Registration coming soon.

19th Amendment - Activities

2020 ABA Annual Meeting

This year's ABA Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL, July 29 - August 4.

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General Jurisdiction

Jumpstart your judicial career! This course supplements state-sponsored judicial education by providing a solid foundation in the substance and theories that all new judges should have beginning their career on the bench. You are immersed in the core competencies of your profession.

$500 Judicial Scholarship Eligible

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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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