Pathways to the Administrative Judiciary: Many Roads, Many Destinations
A panel of administrative law judges describe their paths to their respective positions in local, state and federal administrative tribunals. This program includes insights and practical advice for lawyers and law students considering this career path. Participants will learn:
- The wide variety of federal, state, and local administrative tribunals, jurisdictions, and caseloads.
- Ways to become an administrative law judge or a member of the administrative judiciary.
- Key skills and attributes identified by supervisory/managing/hiring ALJs for success in the administrative judiciary.
This Webinar Features These Panelists:
- Judge Carrie Bland, Associate Chief Judge for Blacklung, Department of Labor, Office of Administrative Law Judges (Washington, DC)
- Judge Emily Chafa, Retired Administrative Law Judge, State of Iowa (IA)
- Judge Susan Formaker, General Jurisdiction Division Chief Administrative Law Judge, Office of Administrative Hearings (CA)
- Judge Sheila McNulty, Regional Deputy Chief Immigration Judge, Executive Office for Immigration Review, U.S. Department of Justice (IL)
- Judge Kristin L. Rosi, Chief Administrative Law Judge, Department of Insurance (CA)
DISCLAIMER: The opinions provided by panelists are their own and do not necessarily reflect the position or opinions of their agencies or courts. The statements made and view expressed during this program do not reflect the views or policies of any past, present, or future employer.