Written by National Association of Women Judges|January 08, 2013|News Archive
Over the past two year, NAWJ has developed materials and presented trainings for hundreds of judges across the nation on immigration and human trafficking issues through support of a State Justice Institute (SJI) grant. Additional national and regional human trafficking training programs will be provided in the 2013 year. Click here to continue reading a summary of NAWJ 2012 presentations in SJI News.
About the National Association of Women Judges
The National Association of Women Judges is a non-profit organization of more than 1,250 federal, state, administrative, tribal and military judges from across the country. For 34 years, NAWJ has served as the nation's leading voice for jurists dedicated to ensuring equal justice and access to the courts for women and other historically disfavored groups, providing judicial education on cutting-edge issues, and increasing the numbers and advancement of women.
For more information contact NAWJ Executive Director Marie Komisar 202-393-0222 ext. 10.