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JUDICIAL SYMPOSIUM ON THE ECONOMICS AND LAW OF PUBLIC PENSION REFORM MARCH 20 TO 22, 2016 IN CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

The Judicial Symposium on the Economics and Law of Public Pension Reform will discuss the looming financial and structural crisis facing state pensions systems across the nation. With several dozen states adopting modest to major reforms, the economic impact on plan beneficiaries will be substantial, and at least twenty-five jurisdictions are facing lawsuits due to the reforms adopted. Continue Reading

Mar

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EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION OPEN FOR THE NAWJ SEATTLE 2016 ANNUAL CONFERENCE 'FACES OF JUSTICE'

Hurry to take advantage of the limited opportunity to register for the Annual Conference at a reduced rate. Early bird registration for $525 expires on March 31, 2016. The extended early bird registration for $550 expires on May 31, 2016. Thereafter, registration for members will cost $595. Continue Reading

Mar

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EDUCATION CRITICAL TO MAINTAINING FAIR AND IMPARTIAL COURTS, VIDEO FEATURING FORMER U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR IS CENTERPIECE OF NATIONAL CAMPAIGN

Washington, D.C. - A groundbreaking civics education campaign led by the National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) addresses what organizers see as a growing gap in civic literacy in our nation. The "Informed Voters – Fair Judges" project launched Wednesday highlights the role of courts in American society with a goal of helping voters understand their role in ensuring fairness and justice for all who enter the legal system. Continue Reading

Mar

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN JUDGES PUBLISHES NAWJ PROGRAM MANUAL ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING

For several years, NAWJ has been partnering with The Human Trafficking and State Courts Collaborative to present cutting-edge education programs on the complex topic of Human Trafficking. Continue Reading

Mar

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN JUDGES RECOGNIZES 2015 ANNUAL NAWJ HONOREES

Salt Lake City, Utah – Under the warms lights of the National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) Annual Gala Banquet, outgoing President Julie E. Frantz (Multnomah County Circuit Court, Oregon) paid admirable recognition to NAWJ members who have acted with distinction. Continue Reading

Mar

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FOUR SITTING STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICES COME TOGETHER AT FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW FOR THE FIRST TIME TO DEBATE THE IMPACT OF SPECIAL INTERESTS AND OUTSIDE MONEY ON COURT SYSTEM

FOUR SITTING STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICES COME TOGETHER AT FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW FOR THE FIRST TIME TO DEBATE THE IMPACT OF SPECIAL INTERESTS AND OUTSIDE MONEY ON COURT SYSTEM Continue Reading

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN JUDGES CELEBRATES ITS 36TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE "PROTECTING AND ADVANCING MEANINGFUL ACCESS TO JUSTICE

San Diego, California - The National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) 36th Annual Conference — "Protecting and Advancing Meaningful Access to Justice" — held in San Diego, California from October 15-19, 2014, was extraordinarily successful with over 400 women judges in attendance, including forty international judges representing twenty-nine countries. Continue Reading

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